Ca’ Foscari participates in DEEPICE, a project funded by the European Commission that aims to equip scientists with the knowledge they need to understand the information on climate which is hidden in the deepest, most ancient ice cap in Antarctica.
The university’s position in the prestigious international ranking has risen in 12 subject areas. Ca’ Foscari is ranked 59th worldwide in Modern Languages and is the 1st Italian university to be included among the top 60 universities in the world for Hospitality.
The vaccination campaign of the Veneto Region has now been extended to university personnel. It is now possible to select a seat and time slot for the vaccination.
The European Commission has shown great interest in Ca’ Foscari’s project involving an increased digitization and simplification of all processes, as well as the development of virtual and blended mobility experiences, a higher level of inclusion for participants and a particular attention to environmental sustainability
Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and the Italian Committee for the 2020 Dubai Expo have agreed on the realization of important initiatives for the next World’s Fair, as a way to revitalize education, teaching and culture after the global pandemic, through a scientific and academic collaboration between Europe and Asia.
Ready for the second semester? Classes will start again on Monday, February 8th, in the same way they have been conducted so far. You’ll be able to attend lessons both remotely and - in some cases - on campus, by booking a place through the MyUniVE app. We've also increased the number of available places in each library and reopened some study rooms.
Dual mode will still be available for courses aimed at Bachelor’s and Master’s first-year students, as well as for classes with less than 25 people aimed at students in the second and third years of a Bachelor’s programme or in the second year of a Master’s programme. Exams will be held online and international mobility programmes will resume.
After carrying out a check of the university's campuses and buildings in Venice’s historic centre, we are writing to communicate that the exceptionally high tide level of yesterday afternoon inflicted no damage upon them, so they will all be reopened on December 10.
Djalali, an expert in Disaster Medicine, was sentenced to death in his home country of Iran, where he has been unlawfully detained for the past three years, after being accused of espionage based on unsubstantiated allegations.