Tips to make fake Università degli Studi della Campania diploma, order fake Università Vanvitelli laurea, order fake Italian diploma. L’Università degli Studi della Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”, first known as Seconda Università degli Studi di Napoli, was founded in 1991 (Murst, March 25, 1991, and DPR April 27, 1992), to meet the growing educational demand that the Neapolitan Università degli Studi Federico II could no longer satisfy.
The University of Campania started its activity on November 1, 1992, with 19,000 students and 8 Departments.
Today, the Vanvitelli has around 27,000 students and 18 Departments.
University has constantly pursued a policy of territorial development, also by renovating disused historical buildings that the national governments made available, and which now host thousands of students, as illustrated in the book “Le dimore della conoscenza”. This book highlights the historical, heritage of the monumental buildings that house the Departments located in Napoli, Caserta, Aversa, Capua, Santa Maria Capua Vetere and Marcianise.
Department of Architecture and Industrial Design is located in Aversa, along the ancient and historical via Consolare Campana ad septimum. The building includes the homonymous church and its magnificent cloister.
Department of Economics is situated in Capua, and is now located in the former Convento delle Dame Monache (at Corso Gran Priorato di Malta), later denominated Caserma Ettore Fieramosca, which was fully renovated in 2005.
Department of Law is in the historical centre of SM Capua Vetere, at Palazzo Melzi, and was built in XVII century, as the Archibishop’s refectory. Since1808, it was the seat of the Court of Law, until the Department of Law was established there. There is also a modern building for the classrooms.
Department of Engineering, or ‘La Scuola Politecnica e delle Scienze di Base’, has three Departments situated in the historical building of the Annunziata in Aversa, built at the beginning of XIV century. The Annunziata was an Angevin religious institution, which dealt with social assistance and control.