An interview with Ca’ Foscari alumna Silvia Vianello in Forbes’ Top 100 most successful Italian women in the world
Ca' Foscari graduate Silvia Vianello was recognized by Forbes Italy as one of the Top 100 most successful Italian women in the world, as a leading Digital expert.
20 Ca’ Foscari students participated in the Harvard Model United Nations, the most important ‘UN Simulation’ in the world, carried out by and for university students, held in Boston between 15th and 18th February 2018.
On Friday 27th April 930 new Ca’ Foscari graduates will throw their caps into the air. The ceremony will be hosted by the physicist Federico Faggin, who invented the first Microchip.
For the sixth consecutive year the Orto Association of Dreams will host twenty Japanese children and residents of the neighbouring areas of Fukushima, still strongly contaminated by radiation, for one month.
The CFA Investment Research Challenge has just drawn to an end. The competition that involves universities and students from all over the world to win the title of the best team of future financial analysts. This year the Ca’ Foscari team were positioned among the top finalists on a national level.
Call for applications open until April 11th for the 13th Ca' Foscari - Harvard Summer School, collaboration between the Venetian university and Harvard University in Boston.
Many young people dream of having a future in the world of International Relations: entering into the diplomatic body, working with an NGO, collaborating with the best representative bodies.... The possibilities are endless, but the route to get there is not always clear.
By April 11th students can apply to the Ca' Foscari Columbia Summer Programme and attend a month and a half of intensive courses with fellow students from the American university.
On February 23rd in Aula Magna Silvio Trentin, students studying Japanese at Ca’ Foscari had the great opportunity to meet with the most influential representatives in the world of Japanese work in Italy.