PIACENZA – CREMONA
Our Piacenza-Cremona campus was originally built in the 1950s. The faculty enjoys an international reputation in agriculture and economics, and is widely regarded as a leader in the agri-food sector.
- 2,800 students
- 3 Schools: Agricultural, Food and Environmental Sciences, Education, Economics & Law
- 53,000 agricultural businesses in the Piacenza-Cremona area
Where better to study Agri-business than at an internationally renowned University located in the heart of the Italian food valley. A place where the core ingredients of Italian cuisine are in abundance, where students enjoy access to producers, manufacturers and distributors of iconic brand names.
The Piacenza and Cremona campuses are located an hour south of Milan. These two beautiful medieval cities boast an abundance of history, and the sense of community and identity which defines Italian society.
Their locations close to the logistical centers of the Italian food industry provide the perfect learning backdrop. And the programs offered through the Schools are delivered by academics and researchers who are at the forefront of their respective disciplines and who enjoy considerable experience derived on the world stage.
Both campuses offer a highly conducive learning environment. They offer small class sizes and excellent facilities. The Piacenza campus has a large residential community on campus. The Cremona campus hosts the Graduate School (SMEA), which is widely regarded as one of the leading Agribusiness schools in Europe. It makes for the perfect location to study Agribusiness and Management at this attractive residential campus of Cattolica. The local environment and industries provide an ideal backdrop to learn about marketing, management, trade, logistics, economics and accounting.
Our campus boasts excellent facilities. Our staff Faculty possess extensive industry experience. And through our global networks, students are able to participate in exchange and study abroad programs with partner universities in Europe and America.
From two small cities in the heart of a beautiful agricultural region, we produce graduates with international perspectives. And these perspectives open doors to the world.