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PostSubject: Education in Italy   Mon Nov 01, 2010 11:07 am

Education in Italy
See also: List of universities in Italy, Academic grading in Italy, and List of museums in Italy

La Sapienza University in Rome is Europe's largest, with 140,000 students.[130]

Italy's public education is free and compulsory from 6 to 15 years of age,[131] and has a five-year primary stage and an eight-year secondary stage, divided into first-grade secondary school (middle school) and second-grade secondary school (or high school). Italy has a high public education standard, surpassing that of other comparable developed countries, such as the UK and Germany.[citation needed] The country has both public and private education systems.

According to National Science Indicators (19812002), a database produced by Research Services Group containing listings of output and citation statistics for more than 90 countries, Italy has an above-average output of scientific papers (in terms of number of papers written with at least one author being from Italy) in space science (9.75% of papers in the world being from Italy), mathematics (5.51% of papers in the world), computer science, neurosciences, and physics; the lowest, but still slightly above world-average, output in terms of number of papers produced is recorded in the social sciences, psychology and psychiatry, and economics and business.[132]

University of Bologna is Europe's oldest, founded in AD 1088.

Italy hosts a broad variety of universities, colleges and academies. Milan's Bocconi University, has been ranked among the top 20 best business schools in the world by The Wall Street Journal international rankings, especially thanks to its M.B.A. program, which in 2007 placed it no. 17 in the world in terms of graduate recruitment preference by major multinational companies.[133] Also, Forbes has ranked Bocconi no.1 worldwide in the specific category Value for Money.[134] In May 2008, Bocconi overtook several traditionally top global business schools in the Financial Times Executive education ranking, reaching no. 5 in Europe and no. 15 in the world.[135]





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