University of Udine

Udine, Italy

University of Udine

The University of Udine (Italian “Università degli Studi di Udine”) is a university in the city of Udine, Italy. It was founded in 1978 as part of the reconstruction plan of Friuli after the earthquake in 1976. Its aim was to provide the Friulian community with an independent centre for advanced training in cultural and scientific studies and it is an important centre for the studies of Friulian language.

Its action is based on four pillars: higher education, research and technology transfer, interaction with the territory and internationalisation.

Meetings, exchanges and contaminations are the key to understanding the role that the University of Friuli plays within a region that has always been a crossroads of different worlds and cultures, geographically located in the center of Europe.

There are about 80 degree courses, distributed in four areas: economics and law, medicine, science, humanities and education. There are about 15 international courses with the award of a double degree.

The University of Udine through the national contract between CRUI and IEEE has an unlimited open access agreement with IEEE that enables researchers to publish articles as open access without open access fees in all IEEE fully and hybrid open access journals. The agreement applies to all original research articles accepted for publication between August 1, 2022 and December 31, 2024. To benefit from this agreement, the corresponding author has to be affiliated with University of Udine. Please use the correct institution name and your institutional email address during submission. It is recommended for authors to select the CC BY 4.0 license. The open access funding request will be approved by an administrator in the library.
Overlength page charges or color fees are not covered by the agreement and will be charged to authors.

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