Organize your stay

Pavia is probably the best organized Italian town from the standpoint of university student hospitality. Most of the students are housed in the many Residence Halls close to the campuses, offering the privilege of living in modern facilities equipped with every comfort but also in an environment rich in history and culture. Female-only and male-only Halls are also available.

EDiSU

Access to Residence Halls is managed by the Regional Agency for the University Student Rights, or EDISU. EDISU offers many opportunities for students to enjoy the university experience through benefits granted by public competition.The benefits are granted to deserving university students who find themselves in financial need but also to the majority of students. They include scholarships, access to the residence halls, grants for international mobility programs, interventions for students with disabilities.

To apply for a place in one of the Residence Halls you have to apply online on the website of the EDISU: http://www.edisu.pv.it/index.php?page=home-2 (Application procedures for placement in EDiSU Colleges)

Via Calatafimi
Telephone.: 0382.305011 – Fax: 0382.29045
segre@edisu.pv.it
Monday to thursday: 9.30-12.00 / 14.00-15.00
Friday: 9.30-12.00

A special office has been set up to help foreign students organize their stay. The service is established under the supervision of the International department and is designed to help teachers and students from abroad. In case you need any help or assistance please contact:

Welcome Point

Monday – Friday: 9.00 – 12.00, 14.00 – 17.00
Address: Corso Strada Nuova n. 65, 27100 Pavia,
(main entrance of the University)

Ms. Qian Xue
Phone +39 0382 984018
Chinese – English

Ms. Nora Tamimi
Tel: +39 0382 984021
Arabic – English – French

Mr. Alberto Zannetti
Phone +39 0382 984020
English – Spanish – Chinese

Fax: +39 0382 984695
e-mail: welcomepoint@unipv.it

Italian Language courses

The University of Pavia Language Centre offers Italian language courses (beginners to advanced), held by qualified teachers. Courses are open to Erasmus and other international exchange students of the University of Pavia, and to foreigners at large. More information about Italian courses is available.