students at PoliBa
Innovation is the compass that shows the way.
The Politecnico di Bari, established in 1990 through the spin-off of the Faculties of Engineering and Architecture of the University of Bari, offers over 10,000 students 23 degree courses, 4 doctorate courses, as well as 3 master’s degrees and a specialisation school. The main teaching sites are located on the urban university campus, with a degree course in engineering and a school of specialisation in architectural heritage and landscape offered in Taranto, in the suburban district of Paolo VI and in the historic centre, respectively. More widely distributed throughout the metropolitan area are the research laboratories, with sites in the eastern district of Japigia in Bari and in the neighbouring municipality of Valenzano.
The Politecnico di Bari was established on 7 August 1990. It is the youngest of the three Italian polytechnics and the only one in southern Italy.
With over 10,000 members, 30.63% of whom are women and over 130 foreign members and 180 PhD students. Every year, there are around 3,000 enrolments.
10 Bachelor's degree courses, 11 Master's degree courses, 3 first- and second-level Master's degree courses and 4 PhD courses.
18 active spin-offs and 13 active patents. More than 128 research grants and over 900 scientific publications per year. Income of approximately 1.9m from contract research and consultancy activities.
5 study courses with double degree agreements and 4 study courses taught in English with over 348 ERASMUS students.
Master's Degrees 74.6% (nat. 73.0%)
Single-cycle degrees 57.1% (nat. 57.8%)