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As the 1980s progressed, relations with Germany became stronger, thus paving the way for another international exchange agreement in the country in 1992. This time, however, the agreement took place with the ancient and prestigious university of Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg. The university is located along the banks of the Neckar and is a member of the Coimbra Group. Both undergraduate and graduate students of the college can participate in an exchange.
Nearly two decades after its foundation, Collegio Nuovo traveled across the English Channel to finally arrive at one of the world’s premier cities for collegiate excellence — Cambridge. In 1997, the college formed a partnership with New Hall, today known as Murray Edwards College, of Cambridge University. The exchange program, which has been going on for more than a decade, was originally open mainly to graduate students, but soon became available also for undergraduates, who started taking part in summer exchanges. Since 2008 the College keeps its relationships with Cambridge’s academic milieu even through the participation in the network EucA.
Following such international partnerships, Collegio Nuovo inaugurated the new millennium by opening in its campus a new postgraduate section, both for men and women, which houses also many visiting scholars and professors...