Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the Gabriele D'Annunzio University of Chieti - Pescara rating is 4.0. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
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Extensive study program not only in my course but in all of them. A fantastic campus, surrounded by large green spaces where it was possible to rest and pass the time between lessons. There was also the possibility of using a path for running and walking in my free time. The campus is made up of several buildings and structures to differentiate the various degree courses. In my building, there were large classrooms, but very few laboratories, as it was purely humanistic and unscientific. There was also a large library where it was possible to spend time studying in peace. Possibility of a canteen. It can be said that Chieti is a city that has centred everything on university life and on the students who populate the campus, so for the kids who go to study there, it will be like feeling at home right away. Very prepared teachers and in some cases even very young who both during the lessons and during the exams left nothing to chance. Personally, I immediately felt at ease. Student life revolves around the campus, so it was easy to find a rental house and all the daily comforts a stone’s throw from the university, so much so that I didn’t feel the need to travel by public transport. I was only 2 blocks from campus and when I could, I would go home between classes. It is an inclusive university due to the presence of many students, including foreigners. You can choose both to be in total relaxation and to spend moments of fun, as, although few, the clubs in the area organize many evenings for students and a few kilometres away there is Pescara, with many beaches for strolling. I would recommend the campus to those who like a small reality, simple, but equipped with every comfort.View more
I spent some special years at D’Annunzio. An almost non-existent secretariat marked the disorganized days of constantly overlapping lessons. The teachers were good, at least some. Those who did not insult you or who explained things to you out of passion could be counted on the fingers of one hand. Few organized activities, little communication with students in general. But it is an unpretentious university, after all, it reflects the city of Pescara, which unfortunately is often left to abandon. Suffice it to say the times in which the manholes overflowed and made the streets the canals of Venice. I graduated during the Covid period, but I didn’t even want to go back to the University for a customary photo or anything else. It went well like this, a little university university experience.View more