The University of Bologna, founded in 1088 is believed to be the world's first and oldest university. This university is still held in very high regard and has campuses in Bologna, Cesena, Forli, Ravenna and Rimini, and including the international campus in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Bologna can feel like a university town – there's a varied nightlife and a lot of live music, from classical opera to modern DJs and bands. The University of Bologna is also responsible for the Bologna Process, which is a series of agreements between European countries with the aim of ensuring cooperation and comparability between the higher education systems of Europe. In line with the university's ample contributions over the years, its long list of alumni includes Archbishop of Canterbury Thomas Beckett, a number of Popes, Nobel Prize-winning inventor and engineer Guglielmo Marconi and even Enzo Ferrari and Giorgio Armani, founders of their eponymous worldwide brands. (Fonte: timeshighereducation.com 20-12-18)