Master’s Degree

The second-level degree is the Master’s Degree (Laurea Magistrale), a postgraduate degree obtained after a two-year program. It prepares students for higher, managerial and professional positions. Entry requirements: first level degree or three-year university diploma or suitable equivalent foreign qualification. Rules and Regulations are available on department websites and set entry requirements (curricular requirements, student prior learning)

@ = Courses with distance learning services
✔✔ = International joint-degree courses
♛ = = Courses provided in English

Business Management and Consulting

Classical and Modern Philology

Cultural Heritage Management @

Digital Communication and Cultures

European Policies and Euro-Mediterranean Relations

Financial Markets and Brokerage ♛
♛ Curriculum International Finance and Economics
✔✔ multiple-degree with FRANCE and POLAND

Global Politics and International Relations ♛  
✔✔ double-degree with Taras Shevchenko University of Kiev / UKRAINE
✔✔ double-degree with Moscow State Institute of International Relations University / RUSSIA

Historical Research and Memory Resources @

International Tourism and Destination Management ♛
✔✔ double-degree with the University of Oviedo / SPAIN 

Languages, Cultures and Literary Translation

Modern Languages for International Communication and Cooperation ✔✔ double-degree with Blaise Pascal University of Clermont Ferrand / FRANCE

Pedagogy @

Philosophical Studies @
✔✔ double-degree with Institut Catholique of Toulouse / FRANCE

Public and Private Administration Studies @

Public Service Policies and Planning

Last update 19 July 2018