What we offer: all the news for the 2019/20 academic year

As always, Ca' Foscari University is committed not only to providing a top-notch quality education, but it also strives to improve the international dimension of its courses.
Among the most important updates, it's worth mentioning the new “Art Management” English curriculum for the Master's Degree in Economics and Management of Arts and Cultural Activities, while the Master’s Degree in Interpreting and Translation for Publishing and Special Purposes will also offer a second path focused on the teaching of English and Spanish.


8 programs will be fully held in English Digital Management, Conservation Science and Technology for Cultural Heritage, Crossing the Mediterranean: towards Investment and Integration (MIM), Computer Science, Philosophy, international studies and economic studies, Science and Technology of bio and nanomaterials, Global Development and Entrepreneurship and, last but not least, Management. In addition, several other study paths and single classes will also be delivered in English. 


Ca’ Foscari will also give students the chance to choose one of its 26 joint/double degree programs, in partnership with outstanding international Universities, like the prestigious University College London - UCL. You can see both all the English taught courses and the available joint degrees here 

Here are the new joint/double degree programs for 2019/20: 

  • a double diploma between the Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy, International and Economic Studies (PISE)  and the one in Philosophy Politics and Economics at the University of Groningen (Netherlands)
  • students enrolled in the Master’s degree in Economics and Finance or in the Master’s degree in Management will be able to enter a joint degree program with the Master of Science in Financial Analytics of the Stevens Institute of Technology (USA);
  • students of the Master’s degree in Management can also opt for a joint degree with the Master of Science in Business Administration of the University of Twente (Netherlands)


16 courses will be limited enrollment; new entries in this category will be the Bachelor’s degree in Languages, Civilizations and the Science of Language, with a maximum of 850 students, the Bachelor’s degree in Sciences of Society and Social Service, with a maximum of 115 students and finally, the Master’s degree programme in Interpreting and Translation for Publishing and for Special Purposes will accept up to 100 students.


After the success of its past editions, Ca’ Foscari confirmed another cycle of its innovative Bachelor’s degree in Digital Management, in partnership with H-Farm. Based in the Roncade H-Campus, this specific program like no other in Italy, offers a high-level, engaging learning experience, with interdisciplinary training and a rich programme of extra-curricular activities, that aims at training a selected group of professionals with the ability to grasp the challenges connected to the process of digital transformation.


High-achieving students will have the chance to apply for Ca’ Foscari’s International College, an honours college aimed at providing talents with a multidisciplinary cultural program (in addition to their chosen study path) and an exclusive private residence on the beautiful San Servolo island. 

To know more about our courses and what we offer, don’t miss the Open Days on March 14, 15 and 16. Each day will have a different program with mini-lectures, mock tests and presentations, all held in Italian. For more information on the activities and to book your participation, visit the dedicated page.

Visit the How to Apply page  to know more about applications and entry requirements or discover all of our courses here.