At Ca’ Foscari you’ll be able to choose from a wide array of Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programmes fully held in English, while also enriching your university experience by taking part in one of the many internships opportunities, mobility programmes and innovative workshops.
Up until April 13, classes are operated exclusively with remote/on line procedure. Stay tuned for any updates.
Thanks to the originality of his proposal in connection to the topic of this edition, the research-based artist became the second winner of the three-year Science Gallery Venice residency programme funded by Martine et Didier Primat Foundation.
By analyzing the reputation in both the academic and business world, the English ranking has reconfirmed Ca’ Foscari’s great results, placing it among the top 90 universities in the whole world for the study of languages.
“The world must wake up and consider this this virus as public enemy number one”. This warning comes straight from the World Health Organization, who are not mincing their words when alerting the population about the severity of the Coronavirus epidemic.
The 4-day summer orientation programme is aimed at students in the last or second-to-last year of their undergraduate degree to help them learn more about the courses we currently offer and hopefully guide them in choosing the right option. Send in your application by March 6!
The Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities (VeDPH) at the Department of Humanities has organized its first Summer School, which will be held in Venice from July 6 to 10, 2020.
The UNESCO Chair on Water Heritage and Sustainable Development will involve a team of geographers coordinated by prof. Francesco Vallerani and Eriberto Eulisse.
The conference “Stolen Heritage”, promoted by the Ca' Foscari Department of Humanities within the framework of the H2020 NETCHER project, provided the opportunity to take stock with a multidisciplinary approach of the destruction, looting and illicit trafficking of cultural property.