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UniversItaly: il nuovo portale nazionale / the new national portal

"Il sito è una vera e propria porta d’ingresso che permette di entrare nel mondo dei corsi di laurea e istruzione superiore in Italia. E’ rivolto agli studenti e alle famiglie degli studenti che frequentano le scuole superiori e che devono scegliere l’università, agli studenti universitari che vogliono continuare gli studi, alle scuole superiori che vogliano monitorare la propria didattica e infine alle Università che vogliono proporre in maniera chiara e funzionale la propria offerta formativa..."

"The site is a real gateway that allows you to enter the world of degree courses and higher education in Italy. It is designed to help school students and their families when choosing a university or continuing their studies at high school, and can assist universities with the facilitation of appropriate training..."

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