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University of Udine

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The University of Udine was founded in 1978 and currently has 10 faculties. It participates in many research projects at national and international level. The University is actively involved in student and staff exchange projects with universities within the EU and is currently engaged in close collaboration with several universities from Eastern Europe and other non-EU countries.

University of PerugiaDepartment of Food Science
Via Sondrio 2/A
33100 Udine 
T: +39 432 558156 
F: +39 432 558130

Dr Stefano Buiatti 

Brewmaster contact: Stefano Bertoli and Paolo Passaghe (
Courses offered:

  • Brewing Science and Technology (10 weeks), offered to university students of Food & Science Technology course
  • Practical and theoretical course on Brewing Technology (4 days). Three days of theoretical aspects about the brewing process and one day dedicated to beer production at the pilot plant
  • A three day course for beer sommelier offering a description of beer styles, beer defects and beer and food matching

Registration deadlines: See website for details
Ten weeks course: October-December; One week course: May; Sommelier course: November

Number of students: Ranges between 15-20

Where are students from: Europe (mainly Italy)
Language of instruction: Italian
Accommodation: B&B and hotels locally, plus a Udine college arranged with the university
Facilities: 2hl pilot brew plant, chemical labs for analyses (gas chromatograph, gas chromatograph mass spectrometry, solid phase microextraction technique)

Details updated: 16th July 2014