PROSPECTIVE STUDENT ORIENTATION EVENTs 2019: SANT’ANNA SCHOOL, SCUOLA NORMALE SUPERIORE AND SCUOLA IUSS PAVIA WELCOME ADMITTED STUDENTS ON JULY 8
The Prospective Student Orientation Event 2019, organized by Higher Education institutions Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Scuola Normale Superiore, Scuola IUSS Pavia, will be held in Pisa on July 8 -12. 230 students from Italian secondary schools in their 12th grade/Year 13 were selected to attend lectures, seminars and workshops and learn about undergraduate programs, course planning, student academic success and personal development.
102 students from the total list of 240 may take a first step toward academic success as a Sant’Anna School student attending classes in Criminal Law, Climate Change, Robotics, Law, Physics, Linguistics, Molecular Biology, Biorobotics, Logic and Physiology.
During their five-day visit, students will have the opportunity to get an overview of Sabt’Anna School’s personalized academic program and admission process. Attendees will have the chance to sit on a mock exam led by faculty members and hear about post-graduate opportunities. It is a great opportunity to meet current students and learn about student life and the residential community at Sant’Anna, Normale and IUSS Pavia.
Each year, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Scuola Normale Superiore and Scuola IUSS Pavia, organize events for prospective students to help them make informed choices as they make their transition into university education and its wide spectrum of academic programs. Students will get crucial information on how to choose the learning pathway that best suits their interests and talents.
Cover photo: Prospective Student Orientation Event 2018 at Sant’Anna School campus (photo archive)
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