Graduates' Profile

This report of AlmaLaurea gives the picture of the human capital coming from universities. It can be considered a reference point for all the people interested in every single aspect of the Italian university system.

2017 Survey - 2016 Graduates' Profile

It concerns over 270,000 graduates who concluded their studies in 2016 in one of the 71 universities that have been taking part in AlmaLaurea since at least one year. In particular, 156,000 graduates have obtained a first-level degree (kind of degree deriving from the University reform), whereas 79,000 of them have obtained a second-level degree and 34,000 have obtained a single-cycle second-level.

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Previous surveys

 

Survey Conference Graduation Year Number of Universities Number of graduates Reports
19th Report 2017 Parma 2016 71 272,225 ...
18th Report 2016 Napoli 2015 71 266,742 ...
17th Report 2015 Milano 2014 64 228,240 ...
16th Report 2014 Bra 2013 64 229,966 ...
15th Report 2013 Milano 2012 63 226,799 ...
14th Report 2012 Napoli 2011 61 215,525 ...
13th Report 2011 Alghero 2010 56 191,358 ...
12th Report 2010 Bologna 2009 51 189,746 ...
11th Report 2009 Padova 2008 49 187,359 ...
10th Report 2008 Modena 2007 46 184,669 ...
9th Report 2007 Siena 2006 41 185,361 ...
8th Report 2006 Verona 2005 38 175,906 ...
7th Report 2005 Firenze 2004 35 138,019 ...
6th Report 2004 Torino 2003 27 94,243 ...
5th Report 2003 Venezia 2002 24 68,948 ...
4th Report 2002 Trento 2001 22 59,387 ...
3rd Report 2001 Parma 2000 19 46,124 ...
2nd Report 2000 Bologna 1999 18 43,713 ...
1st Report 1999 Bologna 1998 16 29,653 ...

 

 

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