The Alma Graduate School's Headquarters is at Villa Guastavillani, one of the most beautiful villas in Bologna.
This structure of artistic and historical value was built during the second half of the XVI century on the Bolognese hills, less than ten minutes from the city centre, where history, technology and tradition coexist in a particularly beautiful, natural framework.
The renovation of the Villa was completed by the University of Bologna in 2000; Massimo Iosa Ghini's interior design project allowed to rethink these spaces, destined today to high quality training: computer labs, classrooms, great hall and all the technological equipment are always in a state-of-the-art condition and undergo continual upgrading.
The Villa's park, entirely covered by a protected wireless network, the gym and the canteen complete the features of this campus, where participants find dedicated facilities and ample structures, designed to facilitate the learning processes.
Information on the facilities
- Villa Guastavillani is open Monday through Friday from 8am to 10pm, and Saturday from 8am to 8pm.
- 5.000 square meters
- 6 multimedia rooms (from 15 to 50 seats)
- 1 conference hall with multi-image video projection system (high definition / dolby digital / streaming / videoconference)
- 4 meeting rooms, one of which with videoconference facilities
- 10 study rooms
- 2 computer labs (Windows and Mac Os X)
- Library / databases
- Gym equipped with Technogym machines
- 1 Gbps of internal bandwidth with LAN at 100 Mbps and output through radio link at 34 - Mbps
- Protected and secure wireless network in the whole Villa Guastavillani building and in the surrounding park
- Personalized e-learning system on ATutor platform