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Are you going to continue your studies after high school or secondary school diploma? And how should you choose your degree programme: on educational content or profession? Here is an overview of the different paths after high school or secondary school diploma and the professions that can be pursued with a university degree.


Do you think that university is not the right path for you? Here is an overview of further opportunities to complete your educational path (in italian)

University orientation tools

Still not sure which degree programme is the right one for you? Learn more about all the orientation paths available to you!

The Guide for students

These contents are currently only available in Italian


The Glossary

the words to understand, how to orient yourself between EQF, joint degrees, double degrees, entrance tests, degree programme classes...

Right to study

everything you need to know about the services provided by regional administrations...

The university system

how it is structured, the different types of degree programmes and their levels...

The universities that are part of AlmaLaurea

From North to South: we know universities because we are made up of universities.

Since 1994 AlmaLaurea has been monitoring, mapping and supporting Italian universities: what degree and post-degree courses are offered, what are the professional opportunities they lead to and what are the outcomes. We can thus draw a picture, in continuous evolution, of the way in which our country changes, in relation to the world of studies and the world of work. Today AlmaLaurea represents 78 universities.

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