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Slight return in students chips away at longstanding problem

Latest Censis report shows potential progress in tackling Italy’s low number of graduates

In the two decades since it was first published, the annual report on Italian universities from the Centro Studi Investimenti Sociali has become a fixture on academic calendars.

The prestigious Censis institute for socioeconomic research in Rome has detailed many changes in the country’s universities in its 23 editions. But some problems have remained intractable, notably the low numbers of students.

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