University of Padua

Student Life

The Faculty

The Department of Land, Environment, Agriculture, and Forestry (TESAF) represents a contemporary and interdisciplinary division within one of the world’s oldest universities, the University of Padua. Its core focus lies in the exploration, conservation, efficient management, and sustainable utilization of agricultural, forest, and natural resources. 

Rooted in traditional pillars of quality and excellence, research and educational endeavours foster international, national, and local collaborations, striving to yield tangible and ground breaking outcomes for both the scientific community and society.

The departmental framework mirrors its diverse knowledge domains, encompassing ecology, silviculture, plant pathology, land appraisal, policy and law, as well as land, agri-food, and forest economics. Additionally, expertise extends to hydrology, water resource management, geomatics, xylology, wood technology, and agricultural and forestry mechanization.

University of Padua

The University of Padua is recognised as the best university in Italy for teaching quality. The University is one of Europe’s oldest and most renowned universities. It was founded in 1222 by students and lecturers in a bid to spread freedom of thought within study and teaching. Since then, students, researchers and alumni have deeply contributed to the improvement of knowledge, science and society.

Padua, Italy

Padua is a welcoming and charming city, ensuring one of the finest experiences of Italian arts, culture and lifestyle. It combines history, culture and art with thriving businesses in every sector. Efficient air, rail and road transportation links with the main cities in Italy and abroad international cities.