The Salesian Institute of Venice
History of the location.
The Salesian Institute of Venice (IUSVE) is promoted and managed by the Salesians of Don Bosco of Northeast Italy.
The origins date back to 1990 when, on the Island of San Giorgio Maggiore in Venice, the Salesian International Institute for Educational Research (ISRE) was founded in order to carry out initiatives for study, research and documentation, training top practitioners and experts in education and to guide the testing of educational interventions.
On May 8, 1994 it was set up inside the School of International Education (SISF) with the aim of shaping academic curricula to training initiatives.
Ten years later, in 2004, the SISF moved to Venice Mestre and opened its training courses to Bachelor (Degree) and License (Master of Science) in the disciplines of psychology, education and communication. In the academic year 2011/2012, the SISF became IUSVE. The IUSVE is affiliated with the Faculty of the Salesian Pontifical University in Rome issuing titles and academic degrees.