The University of Salerno (UNISA) is ideally linked to the oldest academic institution in the Europe: the Schola Medica Salernitana. With this important tradition, UNISA currently counts around 40,000 students. Located in Campania Region, a few kilometers from Salerno city, at the junction of motorway intersections that make it central and easy to reach, UNISA is organized in two campuses (Fisciano and Baronissi) and is equipped with boasts modern facilities and efficient services for orientation, teaching, studying and leisure. It is a very large and still expanding complex, which covers an area of about one hundred thousand square meters. Modern service centres – such as libraries, the International Office, the University Language Centre, the University Centre for Orientation and Mentoring, and the Placement Office – represent a vital support for training. UNISA offers many other services such as residence halls, sports facilities, an indoor swimming pool, a theatre, green areas and art spaces, thus providing a student-friendly environment to facilitate the entire academic journey. Thus, from traditionally being a place for integration of learning, UNISA becomes a place for integration of projects, cultures and - above all – people, by constantly encouraging study, research and life experiences to enhance cultural and human growth.Learn more!
The master's degree course in Food Engineering aims to train a professional figure of a technical nature, the food engineer, who uses the typical methods of chemical and process engineering to solve the problems of the food industry. This methodological approach represents a distinctive element of the Master of Science in Food Engineering of the University of Salerno compared to other similar courses offered in Europe, in which Food Engineering originates from Food Technologies rather than from Process Engineering.
The Master of Science in Digital Health and Bioinformatic Engineering aims to provide the student with methodological content and high-level design skills to solve problems in the application areas of bioinformatics systems and applications of information technologies to health protection. The proposed training course is aimed at developing at an advanced level the methodological skills for analyzing problems in the sector and solving them, arriving at the design of the necessary hardware and software systems.
The Master Degree in Data Science and Innovation Management (a two-year program divided into 4 semesters for 120 credits) offers a highly interdisciplinary training approach. The degree program aims to train future data scientists (also preparing them with open data management and professional data intelligence responsibilities) and tomorrow’s cyber-risk managers. Data scientists will be able to process predictions on large data flows using state-of-the-art software. Plus an English curriculum in "Internet of things" in the Master Informatic course
At the University of Salerno I spent 5 intense years living every corner of the University between courses, exercises and study in the library. A real strength of the University of Salerno is precisely to allow the student to fully live the university path, also combining the study with time for sport and passions.
My passion for research, my desire to deepen, touch with your hand was born right in the laboratories of the University of Salerno where the teachers trained me with passion and enthusiasm. To date I can say that training in Salerno was the right choice for my career.