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Già nel ‘200 operavano a Camerino scuole superiori di diritto civile, diritto canonico, medicina e lettere. L’Università conta oggi cinque facoltà: architettura, farmacia, giurisprudenza, veterinaria, scienze e tecnologie.
Centres of learning in common and canon law, medicine and the humanities were established in Camerino in the 1200s. In 1321, the poet and jurist, Cino da Pistoia, friend of Dante, received a letter from the municipality of Siena asking him to teach there. In 1377, while waiting for military assistance from the Lords of Camerino, the da Varano family, Pope Gregorio XI promoted the old school to Studium Generale. On 15 July 1727 Pope Benedetto XIII issued the ‘Liberalium disciplinarum’ bull, thus founding the University with the following faculties: theology, law, medicine and mathematics. On 13 April 1753, Francesco I d’Asburgo Lorena extended the validity of degrees issued by the University throughout the Sacred Roman Empire, conferring the title of ‘conte palatino’ to the Rector. On annexation to Italy, the University was recognized as free; in 1958, it became a State University. Today, it has five faculties: architecture, pharmacy, law, veterinary science, science and technology.