In autumn 2021, the teaching and learning offer of the Study in Venice Erasmus has become more rich and varied than ever before, thanks to the contribution of the Venice Academy of Fine Arts and of the Music Conservatory Benedetto Marcello.
The EUTOPIA alliance has launched the EUTOPIA Student Think Tank (EUSTT), a platform that allows students to share their knowledge and research. Read on to discover how you can contribute!
A year and a half after the launch of EUTOPIA, the representatives of the 10 universities of the alliance meet in person for the first time in Barcelona, from 22 to 26 November 2021.
The South-East Asia curriculum is unique in Italy and allows 40 students to study the language and culture of one of the emerging countries in this area of the world, and in particular of Thailand and Vietnam, as well as their relations with China.
On Thursday 18 November, Ca' Foscari will celebrate the graduation of 1,123 students in the autumn session of a.y. 2020/2021. Graduates can book their ticket until Friday 12 November at 12 pm.
The San Giobbe student residential complex of Ca’ Foscari University of Venice is open and fully booked. Ca’ Foscari University of Venice entrusted the management of the building to DoveVivo, the largest co-living company in Europe.
Ca' Foscari is one of the few Italian universities to offer a Foundation Year, a programme that prepares international students for undergraduate studies in Italy, bridging the gap between secondary school and university. Here is what our students have to say.
Thanks to an agreement between the Italian and Libyan Ministries of Education, with the support of the respective Ministries of Foreign Affairs and of the Italian Embassy in Tripoli, the first group of Italian language teachers has been selected for training. They will soon be teaching Italian language courses in Libyan secondary schools.
Ca’ Foscari hosts about 1,000 Japanese students and is currently the first university in Europe to offer a real Ainu language curricular course. The introduction to the language, which is only spoken by an ethnic group in northern Japan, will be taught by professor Elia Dal Corso.