Ca' Foscari University of Venice invests in the right to education. The University will implement new economic measures to complement state and regional funding with its own funds, allocating a total of 3 million euros over the current three-year period.
Ca' Foscari University of Venice and the Geneva Graduate Institute have signed a partnership aimed at promoting cooperation in areas of common interest and shared academic goals involving students, faculty, and staff. The first educational opportunity under the new partnership will be a student exchange programme.
Massimo Ciaravolo was awarded the 2023Prize for the dissemination of Swedish culture abroad.The Nobel Academy for Literature recognised Ciaravolo's outstanding role in introducing Swedish culture and literature abroad through his research and teaching at our university.
The Planet4Health project will engage a hundred researchers to find, analyse and share data that will help us understand the effects of climate change on human and animal health and design effective mitigation and adaptation policies.
Ca' Foscari University of Venice confirms its attractiveness for young talents in research and wins European funding for 20 'Marie Skłodowska-Curie' projects totalling 4.7 million euros.
The new unit is the result of an agreement between Ca' Foscari University of Venice and ESU Venice, the Regional Body for Students’ financial aid and services. The building will remain open until late with spaces for teaching, socialising and meals.
Last 13 January's elections turned the spotlight on Taiwan and its delicate geopolitical situation. To learn more about the situation in Taiwan, we spoke with Professor Renzo Cavalieri, Professor of Chinese Law at the Department of Asian and North African Studies at Ca' Foscari.
Mpiti Mosothoane, a Lesothian alumnus of Ca’ Foscari, has embarked on a remarkable academic journey that recently culminated in the completion of his second Master's degree at the prestigious University of Oxford. His story is an example of the potential of international education and the profound impact it can have on one's career.
A new study coordinated by Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, CMCC and Institute of Environmental Science and Technology of Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona – presents a novel database called SHARE-ENV, that makes it possible to better understand the environment-wellbeing nexus in Europe.
Until 12 March 2024, the prestigious Marco Polo Memorial Hall in Yangzhou (China) will host a selection of professor Riccardo Zipoli's photos - 24 out of the original fifty 'selected discards' - that made up the original exhibition at Ca’ Foscari Zattere in 2019.