University of Bologna
The University of Bologna was founded in 1088 and is considered to be the oldest university in Western Europe. Nowadays, it still remains one of the most important higher education institution across Europe with around 85,000 enrolled students, 11 Schools, 35 research departments, 6000 employees. The academic offer is composed of around 200 Bachelor and MA programmes (40 of which are joint programmes and 25 of which are completely taught in English) and 40 Doctoral Programmes. University of Bologna has recently developed a new internationalization plan, in this framework, University of Bologna fosters the institutional participation in several EU programmes, networks and initiatives on internationalization of higher education and development cooperation.
Saverio Marchignoli is faculty coordinator, Project E-QUAL, at the University of Bologna. He is currently Associate Professor of Indian Intellectual History in the Department of History and Cultures and has served as Coordinator
Marco Franceschini is Faculty Member, Project E-QUAL, University of Bologna. He is currently a Researcher at the Department of History and Culture, University of Bologna, where he teaches Sanskrit, Indology and Computer Science for Humanities
Cristiana Natali is a Researcher in Cultural Anthropology and Ethnology at the School of Arts, Humanities, and Cultural Heritage, University of Bologna, where she teaches Cultural Anthropology and Methodologies of Ethnographic Research.
Licia Proserpio works at the International Relations Office at University of Bologna. She is involved in the development and management of international projects under different frameworks: TEMPUS, EuropeAid, Erasmus Mundus, Erasmus
Paola Cassone has graduated in Economics and Management Administration at the University of Bologna and was awarded a Professional Master in Business Administration by Alma Graduate School. She has been working for the University of Bologna with administrative responsibilitie