All students enrolled in the first year who take over the course, at the time of taking over, must send their intention to attend the lessons and the internship of our course by e-mail to The information is necessary to activate the appropriate requests for attendance badges and internship uniforms












It is announced that on Thursday 13 October 2022 there will be the inauguration of the Academic Year 2022-2023 and, from 10 to 11a.m., the Deans will meet the new students enrolled in the First Class of Health Professions

Attached is the poster of the event.

This year, for security reasons, physical access to the classroom will be possible only by booking subject to availability (n. 364), in the manner specified in the poster.

Obviously all those who are redundant with respect to the maximum capacity indicated, will be able to take advantage of the simultaneous streaming transmission. All links are shown in the attached poster.

The reservation is reserved for students, while the Presidents and Academic Directors will connect in streaming.


We inform you that the lessons of the academic year 2022/2023 will start according to the following calendar:

First year: 17 October 2022 at 10.00

Second year: November 2, 2022 at 8.00

Third year: 3 October 2022 at 8.00.

The lessons will be held in the presence in the Busi classroom (PL027 - Central Radiology).

Students must reserve their place in the classroom in advance through the prodigit system.

Access to the classroom is allowed with green pass third dose of the covid vaccine and FFP2 mask.

Those who have not yet received the third dose of vaccine, must also show, together with the green pass, a swab made no earlier than 48 hours from the date of attendance in the classroom















Description of the Study Plan

The current Degree Programme, which allows students to train as nurses and to continue their studies after professional licensing, was developed according to the provisions of the Ministerial Decree of November 3, 1999, n. 509 which was subsequently amended by the Ministerial Decree of October 22, 2004, n. 270.


The Degree Programme in Nursing aims to ensure the student an adequate mastery of methods and general scientific content through the acquisition of 180 credits (1 credit = 30 hours of lectures). This Degree Programme requires commitment, conscientiousness, love for others as well as for themselves, and a strong desire to acquire the essential tools and knowledge to care for the sick in a precise, timely, and conscientious way. Today’s study of nursing does not only mean studying diseases, but also knowing, evaluating, and acting with systemic cognition of human beings in their entirety and complexity on a psycho-somatic level, and in the correct socio-cultural and environmental context. Nursing graduates practice both within the national and regional health system as employees or self-employed professionals, as well as in private accredited facilities.

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All information relating to the final exam is contained in the Graduation section