Monday, 2 March 2015

The University of Naples

universty of neples

The University of Naples, in the 13th century, Europe's first university that taught without papal bull. Again until the 16th century another Lutheran universities were founded without papal bull. In addition, many were Calvinist universities in the universities.

Although they offered quasi-university education, but did not have the Imperial University of privilege and could therefore not grant academic degrees side. These institutions are not included in the list.

Non-European, non-colonial colleges were characterized traditionally characterized by a strong focus on religious and philosophical curriculum. Not least because they were historically not be addressed as a university that was as an educational institution, a genuine creation of the European Middle Ages.  It was not until the late 19th century, the modern European university concept was taken outside the European culture. Among the universities with the longest history outside of Europe include the University of Fez, the Al-Azhar University in Cairo, the Al-Mustansiriya University in Baghdad, Sankore Madrasah in Timbuktu, the Sungkyunkwan University in Seoul and the University of Istanbul.