Collegiates who successfully complete their career within the Collegio gain the status of Alumni of the Collegio Superiore.

Those who achieve a bachelor Degree will obtain the three-year Licence of the Collegio Superiore, whereas those who achieve a Master’s Degree (or a “single-cycle” degree) will obtain the “Magistral Licence” of the Collegio Superiore.

The educational excellence the Collegio provides is proved by the academic and professional success characterising the licenced Collegiates, who obtain scholarships, doctorates, research grants in the most prestigious national and international Universities or work at important companies.

After the Collegio Superiore

  • 65 work in Italy
  • 42 continue their academic career in Italy
  • 18 continue their academic career in Bologna
  • 8 work abroad
  • 85 attend academic courses abroad (Lausanne, Maastricht, Paris, U Michigan, London SE, ENS Paris, Aix-Marseille, Copenhagen, Leihig University, Cambridge UK, Inalco Paris, IBEC Barcelona, King's College London, MIT, Northwestern Chicago, Harvard, UC Berkeley, UC Los Angeles, Paris-Sud, Bordeaux, Birmingham UK, Sorbonne Paris, Tufts Boston, Lille Chapel Hill, Max Planc, Oxford, Imperial Collegio London, Aarhus Dk, Edinburgh, Amsterdam, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Nantes, Paris VII, Brunel London, Princeton, ETH Zurich, NYU, Goldsmiths London, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Columbia NY, Wien, Leipzig, Newcastle UK, Leeds UK, Boston College, Yale, Leuwen, Raleigh-Durham NC, Manchester, U Penn Philadelphia, Halifax CA Dalhousie, St George's London, Warsaw, Duke)
  • 14 are university professors in Italy or abroad(Maastricht, Lehig University, Northwestern Chicago, Paris-Sud, Bologna, Birmingham UK, Sorbonne Paris, Nantes, Wien, Newcastle UK, Leeds UK, King's College, Halifax CA Dalhousie, Aix-Marseille)

What has Collegio Superiore meant for you?

Word to the Alumni from 2017