Second cycle degree in

European and global studies (2020/2021)

Class: LM-90 - European studies

Class LM-90 - European studies
Duration 2 years
Branch Padova
Language English
Tuition fees and scholarships
President of the Course of Study PAOLO ROBERTO GRAZIANO
Access Open access with admission requirements

Next Call for applications (international students):

  • 7th April-7th June: non-EU applicants residing outside Italy
  • 7th April-7th July: EU applicants or equivalent

A multidisciplinary course held in English as a respond to the new European and global situation that is in need of professionals capable of designing, managing, and coordinating the activities related to the functioning of decision-making processes at various levels of government and to come up with original responses to emerging problems. This course offers students the knowledge and the skills needed in the legal, economic, political, philosophical, historical, and linguistic fields. Students will acquire the necessary tools to understand the dynamics of European integration and the process of globalization and its national and international impact. Students will be able to operate within different fields, such as European institutions, international organizations, NGOs, and public administration.

Curricula
EUROPEAN POLICIES; GLOBAL COMMUNICATION POLICIES

  Deepening

Characteristics and objectives
By the end of the degree course the graduate student will have acquired knowledges, competences, and tools – analytical, methodological, practice-oriented – to address the complexity of
political, economic, socio-cultural and communicative problems.
She/he will be able to acquire, manage and re-elaborate information and necessary knowledges to critically read and effectively intervene in multi-actor and multi-level processes, on the basis of
a forward looking understanding of Europeanization and Globalization processes.
The graduate student will be able to apply adequate analytical and methodological approaches towards managing complexity through the elaboration, implementation, monitoring and assessment of intervention in different sectors. She/he will also be able to ideate and implement initiatives that require interdisciplinary competences, and innovative modes of management and implementation, related to the European context and/or, more broadly, at the global level.

Occupational opportunities
Graduates will be employed as fonctionnaires and managers within national public administration, European institutions, international organizations, research centers, universities, consultancy firms at both national and international level, interest representation groups at various levels of government (national, European, international).
Graduates will be able to project, manage and coordinate activities linked to decision-making functioning at various levels of government.

Curricula
EUROPEAN POLICIES; GLOBAL COMMUNICATION POLICIES

  Teaching list

I Anno INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCE TO FACILITATE ENTREPRENEURSHIP [ FRANCESCA HELM ] ADVANCED SPANISH LANGUAGE ADVANCED FRENCH LANGUAGE [ MICHELE DE GIOIA ] PORTUGUESE [ SANDRA BAGNO ] STAGE [ GIORGIA NESTI ] SCHOLAR AT RISK STUDENT ADVOCACY SEMINAR [ CLAUDIA PADOVANI ] ADVANCED GERMAN LANGUAGE [ GIANLUCA COSENTINO ] ENGLISH AS A GLOBAL LANGUAGE [ FRANCESCA HELM ] EU AND INTERNATIONAL LAW [ PAOLO PIVA ] DECOLONIAL STRATEGIES (MOD. B) [ MAURO FARNESI CAMELLONE ] COMMUNICATION GOVERNANCE (MOD. A) [ CLAUDIA PADOVANI ] SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT POLICIES (MOD. A) [ EKATERINA DOMORENOK ] PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND POLICY EVALUATION (MOD. B) [ PAOLO ROBERTO GRAZIANO ] SOCIAL AND POLITICAL RESEARCH METHODS [ MATTEO BASSOLI ] PUBLIC MANAGEMENT AND MULTI-LEVEL GOVERNANCE [ PAOLO ROBERTO GRAZIANO ] DIGITAL INNOVATION AND SOCIETY (MOD. B) [ PAOLO MAGAUDDA ] CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN POLITICAL THOUGHT (MOD. A) [ FRANCESCO BERTI ] TERRORISM AND SECURITY IN INTERNATIONAL HISTORY [ VALENTINE LOMELLINI ] FINAL EXAMINATION GLOBAL COMMUNICATION (C.I.) [ CLAUDIA PADOVANI ] CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL CONCEPTS ANALYSIS (C.I.) [ FRANCESCO BERTI ] EU POLICY DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION (C.I.) [ PAOLO ROBERTO GRAZIANO ] II Anno DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP AND LAW [ GUIDO GORGONI ] EUROPEAN AND GLOBAL CITIZENSHIPS HISTORY OF CONFLICTS [ MARCO MONDINI ] EU-USA RELATIONS [ FABRIZIO TONELLO ] LOBBYING IN THE EU: THEORY AND PRACTICE [ LAURA POLVERARI ] GENDER EU POLITICS AND GLOBALISATION [ LORENZA PERINI ] HISTORY OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION [ ANTONIO VARSORI ] EUROPEAN AND GLOBAL ECONOMY [ ROBERTO GANAU ] EUROPEAN UNION AND GLOBAL ECONOMY [ LUCIA COPPOLARO ] INTERNATIONAL HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY [ DAVID BURIGANA ]

Entry requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, with proved skills in Political Science, International Relations and Diplomacy, International Economics, Management, Cooperation and Development, Intercultural Communication, Media and Cultural Studies, International Law, Linguistics, Political Philosophy, Geography, Psychology, Sociology, History
  • English language: B2 level (CEFR) or equivalent
  • Proficiency in French, Spanish or German