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Free University of Bozen/Bolzano
The conference will take place in the rooms of the Free University of Bozen -Bolzano
Piazza Università 1 - 39100 Bolzano/Bozen (Italy)

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The Free University of Bozen - Bolzano

Multilingualism and interculturalism are the main characteristics of the Free University of Bozen - Bolzano. The five faculties with a high number of lecturers from abroad deal with subjects connected to economics, the natural sciences, technology, computer science, design and the social and educational worlds. Teaching and research at the University are based on high quality standards and the faculties are part of international networks.

This young and dynamic university at the crossroads between Italian and German culture offers excellent conditions for studying in a multilingual region with an optimal student-lecturer ratio, especially high quality of living and lots of opportunities for sports and recreation.

Teaching and research at Unibz are characterised by a trilingual approach; the languages of tuition for the vast majority of the degree programmes are English, German and Italian. This makes the University an ideal place for our students to become highly effective communicators, people who are sought after by employers. An aim of the University is to foster its students’ proficiency in the three teaching languages both before and during their studies.

Bolzano/Bozen is the home of the main premises of the Free University of Bozen -Bolzano. The buildings are located right in the heart of the city centre. More information about the Free University of Bozen - Bolzano you can find here.

Lecture will take place in our Aula Magna.
Poster will be exposed in the corridors in front of the Aula Magna.

The venue is handicapped accessible.

The second main site of the Free University of Bozen - Bolzano is in the charming town of Brixen/Bressanone. The Faculty of Education in Brixen/Bressanone  is the home of the competence centre in social innovation and quality promotion in social professions. The Centre has the general scope of scientifically analyzing and evaluating the range of professional competences available in public and non-public social service agencies in the surrounding territory in an international context. Projects undertaken by the Centre promote the development of methods and social policies based on principles of social justice, equality and solidarity. More information about the competence centre you can find here.


Call for papers:
1 June 2013 – 3 November

20 December

Early birds:
15 February 2014

Final booking date:
10 March 2014
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