University of Macerata

University of Macerata
Università degli Studi di Macerata
Type State-supported
Established 1290
Rector Luigi Lacchè
Students 11,213 (2008)[1]
Location Macerata, Italy
Sports teams Cus Macerata
Affiliations Macerata Student Network
The grand hall of the University

The University of Macerata (Italian: Università degli Studi di Macerata, UNIMC) is a university located in Macerata, Italy.


It was founded in 1290 and is one of the oldest in Italy. The various Departments and Offices of the University are in the old centre within its medieval walls. The average age of UNIMC teachers, who are used to discussing both academic and current events with their students, is 40. The University of Macerata has seven Faculties to choose from: Cultural Heritage (in the nearby town of Fermo), Economics, Law, Literature and Philosophy, Media Studies, Education Sciences and Political Sciences. Some offer courses entirely in English. In addition UNIMC will organize a Summer School and a Winter School focusing on Italian language studies.


These are the 7 faculties in which the university is divided into:

See also


  1. "University Report 2007-2008" (PDF). Retrieved 6 June 2012.

Coordinates: 43°17′59″N 13°27′13″E / 43.29972°N 13.45361°E / 43.29972; 13.45361

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