The University of Bergamo has won several accomplishments in the latest years. Its development was very burgeoning in the last decade and last year it announced several more projects regarding infrastructures. The University is rooted in the city in every possible sense: from activities and business but also buildings. It is very oriented towards the international level and mobility programs. It works a lot with the local Erasmus associations such as AEGEE-Bergamo and promoted its project such as yearly Summer Universities and the Agora, the one even that brought more than a thousand European students into the town back in 2016.
Despite not being perfect, its problems are manageable. As it is this young (less than 50 years old) it is still not that renowned center of research and even if its impact on the territory is somewhat relevant it is not that great scaled to the national level. Several modern projects are still at their beginnings and need that polishing that only time will give. One of its biggest flaws is that it is among the universities at the bottom of record for the ratio administrative personal:students: communications are not that immediate and it is hard for employees to dedicate to students as much as they would like.