Facilities

Accommodations

ISU - International Students Services&Consulting

The University of Naples Federico II doesn’t provide international (nor domestic) direct student accommodation facilities.
Some support to international students searching for accommodation is provided by ISU (International Welcome Desk). They can be contacted in the pre-admission phase:
• ISU – International Welcome Desk (https://www.isu-services.it/en/universities/universita-degli-studi-di-napoli-federico-ii)
• 12, Largo Santa Maria La Nova, 80138 Napoli (1st floor on the left – open Mon/Fri: 9.00/19.00
• phone: +39 324 5947719
• WhatsApp: +39 327 6778291
internationalwelcomedesk@unina.it
accomodation@unina.it

Other services are available at the International Welcome Desk, they can be accessed by scrolling down the page https://www.isu-services.it/en/universities/universita-degli-studi-di-napoli-federico-ii and reaching the appropriate menu. 

ADISURC

ADISURC supplies accommodation facilities to international students. It is an external organization independent of the University of Naples Federico II.
One of the essential prerequisites for ADISURC hostels is already being a student at the University with a full studentship (pre-admission is not enough). More information about ADISURC hostels can be found on their web page.

Fees and Scholarship

Fees

The University of Naples Federico II encourages and supports international non-EU students with very affordable (almost null) tuition fees: €140/year regional tax (mandatory) + €16,00 legal stamp (mandatory).

The University of Naples Federico II also encourages and supports non-Italian EU students. EU foreign students pay €200/year (university fees) + €140/year regional tax (mandatory) + €16,00 legal stamp (mandatory).

Tuition fees have to be checked by contacting the specific Secretariat Office for Engineering study program: segreteria studenti Area didattica Ingegneria, Piazzale Tecchio, 80 – 80125 – Napoli (segreing@unina.it), Ms. Antonietta Telese, antonietta.telese@unina.it (+39 081 76 82316).

Study in Naples Scholarship

Within the framework of the activities planned under the Agreement with the Fondazione Compagnia di San Paolo, the University of Naples Federico II, to strengthen the internationalization of its Degree Courses, has issued for the academic year 2023-24 (intake 2023) a call for applications for 25 two-year scholarships, reserved for international students (Call for selection 2023 intake, updated on 23/05/2023). One scholarship was available for each International Course at the University of Naples Federico II. Because of the re-attribution of unassigned scholarships, the master's degree in Transportation Engineering and Mobility could access two scholarships for the 2023 intake.

The call for the Study in Naples scholarship for the 2024 intake (academic year 2024-2025) is still uncertain.

ADISURC Regional Scholarships

The University's policy to help international students financially is to set affordable tuition fees.
However, ADISURC, the regional administration responsible for promoting and supporting the right to study, provides regional scholarships. ADISURC sets the scholarship criteria independently of the University of Naples Federico II. Scholarships are awarded based on participation in a proper call published by ADISURC. Staying tuned for the ADISURC scholarship is up to the candidates, as the Region does not communicate the launch of the call to the University.

Study in Italy

Grants for foreign and Italian citizens living abroad awarded by the Italian Government

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MAECI) offers grants in favor of foreign citizens to foster international cooperation in cultural, scientific, and technological fields, to promote the Italian language and culture, and to support Italy’s economic system in the world (According to Law 288/55 and its subsequent changes and additions).
Scholarships are available to attend academic courses in Italy only.

The Call and the list of eligible countries can be found at the link: https://studyinitaly.esteri.it/Static/Bando.

Uni-Italia help for application

Uni-Italia

The Uni-Italia network is an organization that supports the internationalization of Italian universities. The network has strong connections with many Italian Universities and the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The University of Naples Federico II has joined the network.

As an international student, you can use the services provided by Uni-Italia at various stages of the application process. Although these services are chargeable, the cost is reasonable and may be worth the investment. Using Uni-Italia's services, you can significantly reduce the risk of falling victim to fraudulent offers from local agencies and procurers.

Uni-Italia for Indian prospective students

The University of Naples Federico II has activated special cooperation for Indian Students. Uni-Italia in India operates with the main office in Mumbai, as well as an office in New Delhi. Uni-Italia offers advanced services, as detailed in the Mumbai and New Delhi brochures.  The support includes a flexible mix of the following services: guidance in the pre-enrolment application, guidance in Declaration of Value (DoV) application, guidance in the legalization of documents for scholarship application, translation of study documents to Italian, and guidance in Study Visa Application.
After receiving their Application Resume from UniversItaly, students with a pre-admission letter can use the guide service to Apply for a Study Visa.

Moreover, candidate Indian students can find for free the document list requested by the Italian embassies and consulates in India for issuing the visa after a successful pre-enrolment process once the embassy or consulate has received through the UniversItaly portal the Application Resume.
Lists of required documents for interacting with the embassy/consulate of Mumbai, Delhi, and Kolkota are for New Delhi and Mumbai.

Equipped Labs

LAERTE

LAERTE-ITS laboratory offers services and facilities in the field of transport engineering. These include measurements of state variables and key performance indicators for the urban and non-urban transportation systems
It also offers test-before-invest and assess-before-invest services, based on simulation models. LAERTE-ITS assists in the design and/or verification of functional technologies for the implementation of traffic management and control systems (with particular, but not exclusive, reference to DM 70/2018 of 28/02/2018 of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport “Smart Road”). Regarding all the above activities, the LAERTE-ITS laboratory also carries out experimentation and research activities for public and private bodies.

ITS and Virtual Reality

The laboratory for virtual reality and innovative technologies for transportation covers an area of about 120 sq.m. partially at building 5 via Claudio 21 and partially at the “Istituto Motori” of the National Research Council via Marconi. The main facilities of the lab are:
  • A dynamic driving simulator mounted on a 6-degree-of-freedom hexapod with immersive reality;
  • two coupled “twin” driving simulators for the development of automation and driving assistance solutions based on vehicle-to-vehicle communication;
  • an instrumented vehicle for naturalistic observation of driving behavior and Vehicle-In-the-Loop activities.

Moreover, the lab has access to the ITS test-bed living lab, a 2.5 Km long urban highway equipped with traffic monitoring and control sensors and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication devices.

Digital Library

Digital Library

Universities SHARE (Scholarly Heritage and Access to Research) is the access platform for library services shared by the Universities of

  • Naples Federico II
  • Naples L’Orientale
  • Naples Parthenope
  • Salerno
  • Sannio
  • Basilicata
  • Campania ‘L. Vanvitelli
  • Naples ‘Suor Orsola Benincasa
  • Salento

The libraries and digital facilities of these universities offer the following:

  • the collective Catalogue in linked open data (SHARE Catalogue);
  • the federated search system (information discovery) for integrated access to their respective collections, analog and digital (SHARE Discovery);
  • common platforms for digital open access publishing (SHARE Press), for publishing journals (SHARE Journals), e-books (SHARE Books), products, research data, and historical records (SHARE Open Archive)

the mutual recognition of each other’s institutional users as internal users for access to consultation, lending, and other services provided at their respective sites.
The universities have signed an inter-university agreement and a Charter of Library and Documentary Services to enhance the supply of information and documents and support research and teaching by focusing on inter-institutional cooperation.

Students’ Services

SINAPSI

SInAPSi is the University center for all the students who feel excluded from university life because of disability, Specific Learning Disorders (dyslexia, dysgraphia, dysorthography, dyscalculia), or temporary difficulties. It provides services and supports initiatives to facilitate the participation of all students in university life. The center cooperates with University structures to ensure the accessibility of the environment.

https://www.sinapsi.unina.it/home?uniq=158949d2959a44b70dbe02e30e2d6c770

CLA (Centro Linguistico di Ateneo)

CLA offers its services to students enrolled at the Federiciano University and to doctoral students and trainees, full professors and researchers, T.A. and auxiliary. It ensures curricular and extra-curricular language teaching and issues the certifications of the acquired language skills; carries out support activities for the recognition of training credits and the achievement of internationally recognized certifications; provides consulting, training, updating, translation, and professional qualification services for the University’s teaching and research structures as well as university and extra-university bodies and institutions. Finally, it develops and manages a field of study dedicated to the study of translation in its theoretical and practical aspects.

https://www.cla.unina.it/en/home?uniq=1b62dc7363733e7a8d9a9ac3aad8ab939

Federica Web Learning

Founded in 1224, Federico II is the oldest lay University in Europe. With its “Federica Web Learning” Center, it is at the forefront of innovation in online multimedia education.

Federica’s platforms offer over 450 MOOCs open access by some of the outstanding academics of Federico II and other leading Universities. With over 600k enrollees, Federica has the largest Italian academic courseware portfolio worldwide.

Almost 100 Federica courses – academic and professional packages – are also offered in English on edX, the Harvard&MIT MOOC Platform

https://www.federica.eu/