UniFi SSMFN - University of Florence | School of Mathematics, Physics and Natural Sciences

UniFi SSMFN - University of Florence | School of Mathematics, Physics and Natural Sciences

Florence - Italy

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UniFi SSMFN - University of Florence | School of Mathematics, Physics and Natural Sciences

Florence, Italy

UniFi SSMFN (Scuola di Scienze Matematiche, Fisiche e Naturali)) is the School of Mathematics, Physics and Natural Sciences of the University of Florence. First established by the Florentine Republic in 1321, the University of Florence now has more than 60,000 students enrolled in its books. Florence has a huge international student community, so studying here is a great opportunity to meet people from every corner of the world and learn about their culture. To get to SSMFN, you can get the one of the bus services that stop right outside the campus (14, 40, 43, 58, R).

Florence

Florence

About the city

Ranked as one of the most beautiful cities in the world by Forbes, Florence is the epitome of what you can think about when you think about Italy: Cradle of the Renaissance, birthplace of Italian language and dwell of artistic masterpiece of Michelangelo and Brunelleschi.

Visit the Uffizi Museum, having a glass of wine with your new friend while eating a schiacciata alla fiorentina and enjoy a crazy luxury shopping in luxury while studying at one of the oldest and famous universities of the world.

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