Bachelor's and Master's Degrees

Choose your Degree programme from the following study fields  
The interdisciplinary programmes are shown in more than one area

Economics and Management

Languages and Cultures

Science and Technology

Arts and Humanities

Public Governance and Social Change

Bachelor's Degree Programmes a.y. 2017/2018

Sciences of Society and Social Service
Italian

Master's Degree Programmes a.y. 2017/2018

Governance of Public Organizations
Italian
Work, Social Citizenship, Interculturality
Italian

International Studies and Globalization

Preservation and Management of Cultural Heritage

Enhance your Degree

Choose a Minor

A minor is a didactic course, aimed towards those enrolled in Bachelor's Degree programmes, composed of 3 modules, each worth 6 ECTS, for a total of 18 ECTS, that allows students to amplify and complete their training, whether scientific or in humanities, looking at materials that they have not had the chance to deepen their knowledge on as it falls outside their specific training. Students can choose from the Minors offered, except for those whose content is already part of their degree; on the webpage for each minor possible study programmes that Minors cannot be chosen for are indicated. Students can choose a Minor and insert the modules that it is composed of by filling in their study plan. Normally, 2 of the 3 modules (12 ECTS) are inserted as optional credits, the third module (6 ECTS) is inserted as a supernumerary or additional credit. If you are enrolled in the Management Degree programme, all 3 modules of the Minor can be selected for the 18 optional credits provided by the programme. If the Minor has limited places available, admission will be subject to a selection process, and the process will be indicated in the specific course announcement (to be announced).

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Minor a.y. 2017/2018

Discover our Active Learning Centre

Enrich your Master's Degree with the Active Learning Centre proposals, choosing the activity that interests you the most.
The details of each individual activity will be published soon.

Active Learning Lab
The Urban Innovation Bootcamp
CFA Fund Management Challenge
CFA Investment Research Challenge
Business management and criminal liability for administrators and executives
Emotional Skills and Individual Development
Forensic Accounting and Support in Controversy
Methodologies, Digital Resources and Accounting Tools for Philological Studies
Workshop on International Relations and Organizations
Workshop on Econometrics
Workshop on Finance

How to

Guidance and Tutor Service

Enrolment, Registration, Graduation

Study Plan, Exams, Certificates

Tuition Fees, Financial Aid and Collaborations

Work and International Opportunities

Housing and Ca' Foscari Life