Ca’ Foscari’s study offer for the 2022/2023 academic year is online. Discover 56 Bachelor's and Master’s Degrees, in seven different study areas. This year there are two Master’s Degree Programmes entirely in English, as well as new partnerships with international universities.
NEW DEGREE PROGRAMMES
- the Master’s Degree Programme Economics, Finance and Sustainability offers a solid background in economics at an international standard, with a focus on the impact of climate change and on sustainable development goals
- the Master’s Degree Programme in Engineering Physics offers knowledge of modern physics and of IT and electronic engineering, in order to train engineers who will be cosmopolitan and competitive in the world of work. This new programme includes a curriculum in collaboration with SISSA Trieste
Among the most important novelties for the 2022/2023 academic year there is the fact that the Bachelor's Degree in Language, Civilisation and the Science of Language and the Master’s Degree in Digital and Public Humanities are becoming open admission programmes.
Here is a summary of the main novelties:
- from 2022/2023, the Master’s Degree Programme in Cultural Anthropology, Ethnology and Anthropological Linguistics will include three curricula: Cultural Anthropology, Anthropology of Asia, and Environmental Anthropology
- the Master’s Degree Programme in Computer Science and Information Technology is entirely in English and includes includes three curricula: Artificial Intelligence and Data Engineering, Cybersecurity e Software Development and Engineering
- the Master’s Degree Programme in European, American and Postcolonial Languages and Literatures will also include a curricula in Scandinavian Studies
- the Master’s Degree Programme Translation and Interpreting will include the Italian Sign Language (LIS) among the courses offered, and allow students to choose between two curricula: 1. Chinese-English-Italian translation and interpreting, 2. Specialised translation — English-Italian Sign Language (LIS), Spanish-Italian Sign Language (LIS), English-Spanish
- the Master’s Degree Programme ‘Crossing the Mediterranean: Towards Investment and Integration (MIM)’ becomes Trans-Mediterranean Studies: Migration, Cooperation and Development and will be held entirely at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, in Italian and in English
- the Master's Degree Programme in Sustainable Chemistry and Technologies will include a curriculum entirely in English: Biomolecular Chemistry
- the Master's Degree Programme in Language and Civilisation of Asia and Mediterranean Africa will include a curriculum on Korea
Please check the pages of each Degree Programme to find all the information you need.
INFORMATION ON ADMISSIONS
Check whether the course or courses you are interested in are open admission or limited admission programmes. You should also check information regarding pre-enrolment, selection, test taking and enrolment, as well as test dates.
You can already register for one of the first TOLC dates (29, 30 and 31 March) that are managed by Ca’ Foscari. This year you can take the test from home by selecting the TOLC@Casa option.
TOLC is a test that is required for certain limited-access programmes, as well as for some open-access programmes that require that applicants certify that they possess the minimum knowledge they need in order to successfully begin their university studies. Moreover, the test can also help students decide which degree programme best suits them.
DOUBLE/JOINT DEGREES WITH INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITIES
Ca’ Foscari offers over 30 curricula that enable students to obtain a double or joint degree — a double or joint diploma awarded by Ca’ Foscari and international partner universities.
Here are the new DJDs offered in 2022/2023:
- two new Double Degrees from for the Master’s Degree Programmes in Economics and Finance, Economics, Finance and Sustainability, and Data Analytics for Business and Society: the first is in partnership with the Master en Économie of Aix-Marseille Université (France), the other is with City University London (UK)
THINK BIG: CHOOSE A MINOR
This year, too, Ca’ Foscari offers students the opportunity to expand their education by choosing a Minor. Each minor is made up of three modules, each of which amounts to 6 ECTS credits, for a total of 18 ECTS credits. Have a look at all the minors available, in Italian and English.
Ca’ Foscari’s International College is the university’s ‘honours school’ for particularly deserving students who have the opportunity to live in the Santa Marta student residence. The College’s cultural offer supplements Ca’ Foscari’s degree programmes, allowing students to expand their knowledge with personalised study paths in English, which include interdisciplinary courses, laboratories and activities.
If you would like to join this lively, multi-cultural community, have a look at the International College’s Admissions page.