The University of Cagliari (UNICA)

Organisation's information


Established in 1607, the University of Cagliari is a public university, committed to offer broad-based, exclusive public education, leading-edge research and service to the community. The fusion of these three interlocking elements stimulates intellectual vitality and generates a synthesis that promises to be the University's greatest strength. At present the University has the following faculties: Architecture; Economics; Educational sciences; Engineering; Foreign Languages and Literature; Humanities; Law; Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences; Medicine and Surgery; Pharmacy; Political Sciences. The University  is  a public and state University.  It has about 36.000 enrolled students, a teaching staff of over 1200 and a technical-administrative staff of about 1300 people. In addition, there are 270 visting professors.

Organisation's Type

Research Center, Higher Education