The University of Pisa is located in the city of Pisa (Tuscany, Italy) and it is one of the oldest universities in Europe: its’ history started in the 11th century. The university is included in the top of the best universities in the world according to QS ranking. Currently, 57 thousand students study at the university in 58 specialties at the bachelor's level, 67 specialties at the master's level and 20 doctoral programs.
Among the university's remarkable people is the world famous scientist Galileo Galilei, who was born and educated in Pisa, and subsequently, in 1589, began to teach mathematics here. The university is famous for its Nobel laureates, including Giosué Carducci (literature), Enrico Fermi and Carlo Rubbia (physics), Enrico Bombieri (mathematics). Today, the University of Pisa is a modern and prestigious center of advanced teaching and research.
IITU doctoral students previously had the opportunity to undergo scientific internships at the University of Pisa.
Currently, a memorandum of understanding has been signed, according to which such activities are planned: an exchange of teachers, an exchange of students, holding joint conferences, seminars, symposia and exhibitions, scientific cooperation on selected research projects.