Comparative International Relations

Website address: www.unive.it/international-relations
Italian version: www.unive.it/cdl/lm60

The Master’s Degree programme in Comparative international relations engages in the linguistic and cultural study of Europe, as well as Eastern Europe, Asia, and the Atlantic world typical of the tradition of Ca’ Foscari and, in this sense, represents a unique offer in Italy for the study of international relations associated with those foreign languages and cultures, of the rights and of the international economy. Students will be able to study real issues through the study of specific disciplines pertinent to different cultural and geo-political areas with a specific focus on the Americas, the Mediterranean, Eastern Europe, Asia, and their politics for the economic development corresponding to the many paths of study.

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Admission process and required competence

This Master's degree programme is of open admission.

Matriculation is subject to the possession of specific curricular requirements and of suitable personal preparation. 

You can find all the information on the Admission Requirementpage, on the “Enrol” menu.

If you possess a non-Italian study qualification, the first compulsory step is the pre-evaluation of the qualification: it is sufficient to register in the apply.unive.it portal, choosing the study programme that interests you and loading the required documentation. After around 15 days, the Welcome Unit of the International Office will give you feedback on your application.

If you are a non-EU student resident abroad, the Welcome Unit of the International Office will organize a skype call to replace the admissions test. The appointment for the Skype call will be made through the apply.unive.it portal.

Search courses taught before the a.y. 2017/2018

Online under Study > Courses in the dedicated websites of each Degree programme, you can find the list of courses taught in academic year 2017/2018.

Information about previously taught courses can be found in the dedicated websites of each Degree programme, under Course Search selecting the correct academic year.

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