Teaching activities take place mainly in the Via D'Azeglio complex, where the Classic Unit, the Italian Studies Unit and the History Unit of the Department of Humanities, Social Sciences and Cultural Industries, to which the course of study refers, are located.
The main entrance is located at 85 Via D'Azeglio, near Piazzale Santa Croce. Beyond the cloister is an inner courtyard, to the left of which is the building housing the professors' offices (distributed between the first and second floors, depending on the unit they belong to), the Academic office (second floor), and the Antiquities and History libraries (first floor). The Paolotti Humanities Library is accessible directly from the cloister, where some classrooms are also located.
Classes are held in the Via D'Azeglio complex, in the Aule K complex in Via Kennedy and in the New Education Centre in Via Kennedy. These buildings, all located in the same area, a short distance from each other, can also be accessed from the driveway on Via Kennedy or Piazzale Santa Croce. More information can be found on the Classrooms page of the Department's website.

How to get there

The Via D'Azeglio complex is about a 25-minute walk from the railway station: leaving the station, walk along the Lungoparma (Viale Toschi and Viale Mariotti) until you reach the Ponte di Mezzo bridge; turn right over the bridge into Via D'Azeglio, at the end of which is the entrance to the complex. Alternatively, walk along Viale Toschi as far as the Verdi Bridge and turn right over the bridge to access the Parco Ducale, from where the entrances to Via Kennedy and Piazzale Santa Croce can be reached.
Given its location along one of the main arteries of the historical centre and near Piazzale Santa Croce, the complex is well connected to the station and the city centre by numerous bus lines.