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Enrolment has opened for IUL online University’s 2022/2023 academic year

Registrations for the 2022-2023 academic year of IUL online University are underway. The university confirms an online training offer consolidated over the years with new postgraduate proposals. The novelties of this year concern the enrollment methods for students who will be able to choose whether to enroll in the traditional way, in part-time mode or to enroll in two different courses in the same academic year.

«The 2022-2023 academic year is shaping up to be a year of strong growth – says Flaminio Galli, President of IUL University – thanks to a series of multi-level investments in the organization of the University. The action plan concerns both the didactic sphere, with the strengthening of the University’s training model and an improvement in the quality of the courses, and the administrative and management area, with the use of more efficient software and procedures. The interventions will also concern the research sector, with particular attention to the academic world, businesses and territories, and the opening of new university’s locations throughout Italy, through partnerships with leading players in the training and commercial fields. The activities we are conducting – concludes Galli – also aim to have an ethical and social impact, because in addition to making available some scholarships, we offer a valid training alternative in many areas that do not have a university».

Enrollment is open throughout the academic year. It is possible to request the recognition of incoming educational credits in the case of exams or internships carried out in other universities.

The study model of the IUL University provides for lessons that can be used entirely online to allow students to combine study, work, and other daily commitments. The student can access the video lessons through the IUL training platform, at any time and from any location, and is supported by high quality teaching staff and by the continuous assistance of specialized tutors. The exams are face-to-face and can be carried out in one of the numerous University’s locations throughout the country.

In this academic year, the three-year degree courses in Sciences and techniques of education and services for children (class L-19) are active, with a course dedicated to the 0-3 years old group, in Motor Sciences, Practice and management of sports activities (class L-22), in Psychological Sciences for Human Resources, organizations and businesses (class L-24), in Economics, Management and International Markets (class L-33) and Innovative, multimedia and digital communication (class L-20). The educational offer includes also the master’s degree course in Sciences of adult education and continuous training (class LM-57) and that in Digital Innovation and Communication (class LM-91), created in collaboration with the University of Foggia, which aims to train professionals in the creation and dissemination of digital multimedia products.

Two Professional Master’s programmes are scheduled for the beginning of 2023, one for first cycle graduates in Manager of events and live performances, and one for second cycle graduates in Curative architecture, psychology and psychoanalysis of architecture.

For information on the entire training offer: – ​​Tel. 06.96668278

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IUL University Info Day, online meetings on 30 and 31 March

On 30 and 31 MarchIUL Telematic University virtually opens its doors with a series of online orientation meetings dedicated to future freshmen and all interested parties.

The webinars are scheduled for Wednesday 30 March from 3.15pm to 5.30pm and Thursday 31 March from 2.30pm to 5.30pm.

During the meetings, each lasting 45 minutes, the degree courses that are part of IUL training offer will be presented:

After an introduction by the president of the course of study, the Academic Office staff will illustrate the advantages offered by using the IUL platform. The second part of the event will be dedicated to the presentation of the courses, the study plan and the career opportunities, with the possibility for participants to ask questions and have clarifications.

To participate in the meetings just register here. Shortly before the webinar starts, users will receive instructions via email to access the live session. Registrations close at 11 am on the day of the event.

For information06 96668278

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Recognition of foreign academic qualifications: the collaboration between IUL and CIMEA begins

The Online University, IUL has entered into an agreement with CIMEA – Academic Equivalence Mobility Information Centre for the recognition of academic qualifications obtained abroad.

CIMEA is the official Italian centre belonging to the NARIC network – National Academic Recognition Information Centres – of the European Union and to the ENIC network – European National Information Centres – of the Council of Europe and UNESCO.

Foreign students will be able to apply for the recognition of their foreign qualifications with a quicker and simplified procedure, which will allow them to manage and monitor the status of the application. The agreement provides for some economic benefits regarding the services offered.

By accessing the DiploMe portal, the student can monitor the status of the recognition procedure:


The European project SEARCH: the opening meeting of the project on youth, health and sports is scheduled in Florence on 6 and 7 February

On 6 and 7 February 2020 the opening meeting of the European project SEARCH – Sport Education for Active and Responsible Citizenship through Health caring is scheduled in Florence at IUL online university’s headquarters in via M. Buonarroti no.10.

The project is ideated and coordinated by IUL online university, and is carried out in collaboration with 6 European partners:

  • OZEL KUMLUCA SINAV COLLEGE – Antalya Kumluca – Turkey
  • E-C-C Verein fuer interdisziplinaere Bildung und Beratung – Würnitz – Austria
  • INTEGRA INSTITUT, Institut za razvoj clovekovih potentialov – Velenje – Slovenia
  • IES MAYORAZGO – Malaga – Spain
  • AKADIMAIKO DIADIKTYO – “Greek Academic Network” (GUnet) – Panepistimioupoli Athens – Greece

The project, winner of the call for projects EACEA – The Education, Audio-visual and Culture Executive Agency of the European Commission, will be carried out in the next 30 months and is addressed to youth training, proposing interventions for the diffusion of the culture of sports activities. The aim is to raise better awareness on the relevance of themes relating to sport activities, with possible impact on well-being, inclusion and full citizenship.

Bad habits, sedentary life, and low propensity towards motor education favour the arising of clinical diseases that can translate into high social costs for the national health system. In this context, sport acquires a crucial role for youth’s formation: an opportunity to keep the body and the mind fit; while developing a disposition to learning (know-how, know-being).

In particular, the SEARCH project foresees the creation of:

  • An online platform to verify students’ knowledge on themes relating to sports, wellbeing, health, life style, heathy life and prevention:
  • A mobile App usable on any type of smartphone, aimed at raising awareness, inform and educate youths on the topics covered;
  • 5 didactic modules on sports education, delivered in e-learning format and addressed to teachers, sport tutors and parents;
  • 7 international events, one in each country participating in the action.

These tools are aimed to instil a new perspective in the new generation in order to lead to different behavioural schemes by educating to a healthy lifestyle and constant sport practice. The aim is not just to give more space to motor education, but trigger systemic change by spreading a sports culture encompassing all its values.



European mediator for interculture, IUL’s new free course to become a migrant reception operator

Enrolment for the course European mediator for interculture is still open for the academic year 2019/2020.

The pathway has a duration of 1,500 hours (60 ECTS credits) and is offered by IUL online university in collaboration with the MIUR. The course aims at forming intercultural mediators able to govern integration processes in institutions and welcoming centres.

The aim of the path is to form professionals able to operate in the complex world of migration and integration. This theme is extremely current in this historical time in Italy and Europe so as to make the mediator a much required professional figure as it emerges from national policies to guarantee a correct approach to welcoming policies and intercultural dialogue.

The course is completely free of charge and is addressed to Italian and foreign secondary school graduates. In particular, foreigners who benefit of international protection are exempted from the submission of the title of study, without prejudice to the fact that a technical evaluation certified their school level.

The course is delivered in blended mode with online and face-to-face lessons in Florence and in Rome. The traineeship has a duration of at least 150 hours and covers one of these three themes: reception of foreigners who are asking or benefitting of international protection; cultural mediation and enhancement of differences, linguistic and cultural mediation at school.

Enrolment is open until 31 January. Lessons start in February.

See the course description

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