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

Brief overview of the course

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

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