Bergamo is quite small city and with the help of university projects, it is attracting more and more students every year. The university is offering really nice erasmus/exchange programs and also independent projects for some related courses. Apart from that, there is no campus life. Students just coming for the lectures and then you cant see anybody around. Erasmus or Exchange students are more willing to socialize with new students but i cant say the same thing for italians, unfortunately.
During your degree, if you want to improve yourself by doing your own staff, Bergamo is one of the good place.
Italy, Graduate Psychiatry and Clinical Psychology
UniversitÓ degli Studi di Bergamo
Since I am enrolled in the international programme, I am only able to offer my judgment concerning my experience, which has been very positive so far. I am completing my masters in clinical psychology in English and over 90% of our instructors are professors from foreign universities. I think that the standard of classes is reasonably high and perhaps the only negative, which I am able to pinpoint is the administration issues.
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