If you think cookbooks are B-list, you've never held a copy from. The most refined publishing house in the world, famous for the visual arts, has been opening its doors to Food for over 10 years thanks to the intuition of a former Ca' Foscari student.
Anna Schipilliti, Chiara Moschini and Alessia Pavani are three Ca’ Foscari students currently engaged in an Overseas mobility programme in Seoul. Today, they talk to us about life in the capital of one of the first countries to find itself having to deal with the Covid-19 epidemic.
What lies behind Ca' Foscari's success as a host institution and what are a few tips for young scholars who are thinking of applying? We talked about it with Professor Matteo Legrenzi, professor of Politics and International Relations.
Ca’ Foscari has yet again confirmed its reputation as an outstanding international research hub, gathering brilliant scholars from all over the world. With 23 new Marie Curie Individual Fellowships announced today, our University has bested its own record.
Radio Ca’ Foscari interviewed Prof. Wasserstrom to know more about how Chinese millennials are growing up, surrounded by disturbing news of government spies infiltrating universities and student activism.
Do you want to be a part of our new photo campaign and get exclusive Ca’ Foscari themed merch? Find out how!
Margherita is a student at the Ca' Foscari International College, the honours college for high-achieving students. Let's find out more about the typical day on the San Servolo campus and how this unique experience has changed her life.
Filmmaker Gonzalo Boronat came back to Venice after five and ten years from his Erasmus at Ca' Foscari. Together with the friends he met in 2009, he immortalized the magic of the city in two heartwarming videos.
Lamia is a Ca' Foscari student from Zimbabwe, who chose to move to Venice for her Bachelor's degree in Philosophy, International Studies and Economics. Read the article to find out her great advice for international students!