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Social programme during the language courses

Living the Campus

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Intensive language courses are the first step into your student life. To make the best out of it, unibz organises a series of social and cultural events to fill up your evenings and to encourage you to get to know the campus.

To ensure a great experience for all participants, make sure to get your free ticket as there are limited places available for most of the activities we offer. Registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis, so don't miss out on the opportunity to join the activities. Get your ticket and be part of the fun!

Most of the activities take place outdoors and take advantage of the nature of South Tyrol, so in case of bad weather they may be reduced or cancelled. You will be informed each day if activities will be cancelled or changed in the programme below.

How to get your ticket:

You need to book activities with limited admission (the ones with *). You can get a free ticket for them:

  • after the infosessions
  • during other activities
  • at lunchtime in front of the UniMensa
  • at the Infopoint during the Student Support opening times

Just ask any Student Ambassador: it's that simple!

Social Programme

Check out the programme and find out which activities suit you the most.

Monday 4

16:30 - Infosession
📍 Aula Magna D0.01
During the Infosession, you will be introduced to the university services and we will help you kick-start your academic journey on the right foot.

17:30- Get your tickets: choose the activities you want to join
📍 Aula Magna D0.01

18:00 - Aperitivo by uniparty
📍 Darwinplatz-Piazzetta Darwin

Tuesday 5

*19:00 - Dinner at Batzen Häusl by sh.asus 
📍 A Entrance
The Batzen Häusl restaurant is a bustling location that offers typical cuisine and an extensive selection of craft beers. Tuesday nights are student nights: you'll get discounts with your Student Card!

Wednesday 6

13:00 - Lingo Lunch
📍 UniMensa
Don't want to miss a single chance to practise your foreign language skills? Then join our Lingo Lunches and have your lunch in one of the three teaching languages at the University. Depending on the table you sit at, you will enjoy your meal speaking either German, Italian or English.

*17:00 - Discover the city! Guided tour of the city centre (offered in English)
📍 A Entrance

*18:10 - Discover the city! Guided tour of the city centre (offered in English)
📍 A Entrance

Our tips!  - Aperitivo MUSEION Cafè
Feel free to venture on your own! No set meeting points or organised activities by unibz. MUSEION is the Bozen-Bolzano Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. Every Wednesday throughout the summer, the museum's cafè transforms into a space where you can indulge in an extended aperitivo.

Thursday 7

*16:30 - The city from above: Guntschna-Guncina promenade
📍 A Entrance
The Guntschna-Guncina promenade is one of Bozen-Bolzano's oldest and most beautiful promenades. It leads up the slope through a small botanical garden that adorns the hill. Enjoy the fabulous view and discover Gries from above.

Friday 8

19:30 - Bozner Altstadtfest-Festa della Città di Bolzano
📍 A Entrance
Every second year, the town centre of Bozen-Bolzano gathers around old King Laurin's court. Enjoy music, entertainment and culinary highlights in a friendly get-together in the historic city centre of Bozen-Bolzano. Visit the sh.asus booth enjoy dedicated discounts for students.

Saturday 9

*09.30 - Excursion: explore the surroundings (Freud promenade)
📍 A Entrance
The Freud promenade on the Ritten-Renon is a flat and easy 6 km walk suitable for everyone. The route is very pleasant and passes through meadows, forests and streams, surrounding visitors with green nature and marvellous views. To reach the starting point of the excursion, we will take the Ritten-Renon cable car to Oberbozen-Soprabolzano.

How to get there:

For most of our activities the meeting point will be at the A entrance (in front of the UniMensa). There you will meet our Student Ambassadors who will take you to the different activities.

You can of course also get to the event venue on your own. Please make sure to show up early so that you can see the Student Ambassador and the group coming. For activities with admission, remember to bring the ticket to show at the entrance.

To explore the city and its surroundings conveniently and sustainably, we will use public transportation. We suggest buying the Südtirol-Alto Adige Pass abo+. You can travel on the entire public transportation network in South Tyrol and on regional trains up to Trento-Trient for a whole year. unibz students who at the time of requesting the pass will be under 28 years of age, can buy the ticket for € 150.