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This Bachelor's degree programme offers a thorough theoretical and experimental knowledge in computer science and was recognized as outstanding by several Italian professional associations.

It will provide you with core conceptual competencies in informatics, as well as analytical, planning and development skills, methodological and technological know-how and other professional skills used to communicate information, ideas, problems and solutions.

If you choose the "European Computer Science” curriculum you will have the opportunity to spend a year abroad in one of the partner universities and obtain an Italian degree as well as one of your country of choice. If you choose the “Data Science” curriculum you will gain specific skills in data collection which are at the heart of a new market. If you choose the more traditional “Technologies and Information Science” curriculum you will explore professional informatic fields such as web technologies and design or informatic system administration.

All the curricula include many workshop activities and experimentation as well as the use of English language, including technical language specific to ICT.


 Read The Floor to Students: the programmes told by those who attended them.

Register in 4 simple steps

If you are a student holding an international degree and you intend of registering for a Bachelor's or Master's degree course at Ca' Foscari, before anything else, you must apply for a pre-evaluation of your study qualification and school curriculum. Register on If the pre-evaluation is successful you can proceed with your application for Ca' Foscari.

 1: check to see the admissions requirements (OFA) and how and when you need to check them

 2: register to the University website

 3: fill in the application for registration

 4: make the first instalment payment

You can take advantage of economic benefits including scholarships, tax reductions and incentives for students outside the region. Read the calls in the relevant web pages to find out how and when to submit the request.

Call for applications: 150-hours students’ collaborations to support the evaluation procedure of international diplomas

The Welcome Unit - International Office selects MA/PhD students for 150-hours students’ collaborations to support the evaluation procedure of international prospective degree seekers.

The call is open to MA/PhD students from the following Departments: Economics, Management, Environmental Sciences Informatics Statistics, Linguistics and Comparative Cultural Studies, Philosophy and Cultural Heritage. 

Deadline for applications: 15th November 2018 at 12.30 pm

Tuition fees 2018/2019: 1st instalment by 01/10

From the A.Y. 2018/2019, tuition fees will be divided into 3 instalments: pay attention to the deadlines!

  • First instalment: within 1st October 2018
  • Second instalment: within 17th December 2018
  • Third instalment: within 19th May 2019

If you don't pay within the deadlines, you will be charged two default extra fees (the first one will be of 50,00 Euro; the second one will be of 200,00 Euro).
The second default extra fee will be charged from the 31st day after the deadline of the first instalment; or from the 10th day after the deadline of the second and the third instalment.

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