Università degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo (University of Urbino Carlo Bo), is an Italian university located in Urbino, a walled hill-town in the region of Marche, located in the north-eastern part of central Italy.
Since 2012 the University of Urbino has been a state-run University. It currently has six departments and two institutes, about 14,000 students, about 800 teachers and 400 administrative staff members. The university has no central campus as such, and instead occupies numerous buildings throughout the town and in the surrounding countryside. The main accommodation blocks are situated a short distance from the town.
Traditionally a centre of studies in law since its foundation in 1506, nowadays the University of Urbino is renowned mostly for teaching and research in humanities, in particular literature and language studies, and sociology, and for the good reputation of its Italian language coursesUniversity WebsiteStudy Abroad Website
|Tuition (you pay CSUMB tuition)||Cost Calculator|
|Education Abroad Application Fee (non-refundable)||A $70 application fee will be charged to your OASIS account after you submit your application (this fee will be applied towards the $350 study abroad fee if you go abroad)|
|Education Abroad Fee||$350 (for up to two semesters at the same university)|
|Health Insurance||Insurance is charged at broker’s cost (approximately $265/semester)|
|Round-trip Airfare||Varies by departure location and date of purchase (ticket is purchased by the student)|
|Housing & Food||Varies depending on housing option of choice; students arrange their own meals|
|Additional Living Expenses||Learn more|
*Additional fees at host university may apply
Financial aid: State and Federal aid available