University of Ragusa

University of Ragusa
Università degli Studi di Catania
Latin: Siciliae Studium Generale or "Siculorum Gymnasium"
Type State-supported
Established 1998
Rector Prof. Giacomo Pignataro
Administrative staff
Students N/A
Undergraduates N/A
Postgraduates N/A
Location Ragusa and Ragusa Ibla, Italy
Sports teams N/A
Affiliations UNIMED

The University of Ragusa (Italian: Università di Ragusa) is a university located in Ragusa and Ragusa Ibla Italy, and founded in 1998.This university depends on Catania University and It is the most recent university in Sicily.



These are 2 faculties in which the university is divided into:


The university was founded by the mayor Carmelo Arezzo (a lawyer himself) and the first faculty was that one of Law.
Lessons were held in Ragusa Ibla at the Presidio (Distretto Militare) and in Ragusa in the Episcopal see (Vescovado) auditorium.
Due to the Global economic crisis of 2008 and the European sovereign-debt crisis lessons started having serious problems to take place regularly.[1] Given the dire straits and gloomy times[2] students, professor and assistants (when not busy in looking for means to meet daily economical needs) meet informally at the Cesare Zipelli library in Ragusa Ibla.


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