Getting to know the Normale
Since 1810 the SNS has promoted culture, teaching and research, thus contributing to the social, economic and cultural growth of Italy and Europe.
The Normale is a place where scientific, technological and cultural challenges find a fertile, open and stimulating ground, where the critical knowledge, scientific rigour and intellectual curiosity can develop.
Founded in 1810, the Normale has lived through the last two centuries of the history of Italy, and has often stood at its crossroads: from Napoleon to the Unification, from the two world wars to the Republic.
The sites: seven historical palazzi in Pisa and one in Florence, in the heart of the two cities, host the teaching, research and administrative activities of the Scuola Normale Superiore. In addition there is the Palazzone di Cortona (Arezzo), an annexed
The Programmatic Development Plan is the document that sets out the strategic guidelines of the SNS up to 2024, defining the objectives that will guide the operational choices of the academic and management structures.
The authorities define the objectives and issue the general directives and priorities for the educational and research activities and the administrative life of the Scuola.
the complete texts of the Statute, the Regulations and the Ethical code of the Scuola Normale Superiore
The Joint Committee for Equal Opportunity, the Ethical Committee and the Confidential Counsellor act in synergy - on different levels and with coordinated actions - to promote and guarantee the development of a culture of equal opportunities
The Scuola Normale Superiore promotes the culture of sustainability, understood in a social, economic and environmental sense, in all areas of activity: teaching, research and third mission projects
The SNS collaborates with associations aimed at enhancing relationships with alumni, promoting its didactic and scientific activities and developing and increasing relationships with the research, business and employment system.
This web space is an important resource for the SNS community: Communication plan 2023/24, Communication guidelines, Social media policy and Visual identity