Universities in medieval Europe

By Dylan Henry

University facts

Two of the first European Universities were located in Bologna, Italy, and Paris, France. Masters, or teachers were also teaching at Oxford, England by 1096. Universities as usual were used to educate and train scholars. In medieval Europe Universities students studied: Grammar, logic, arithmetic, geometry, music, and astronomy. Students though did not have books because books were rare before the European printing press in 1400. After earning a basic degree you could move on to earn a doctors degree in law, medicine, or theology. (the study of religion or god) Earning a doctors degree could take up to 10 years or longer

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