The Master Européen en Etudes Francaises et Francophones is a new Master's degree proposed by a syndicate of European Universities (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin and l'Université de Lausanne), which allows their students to engage in an international course of study by attending classes at two or more of the partner Universities, and enables students to benefit from mutual credit recognition.
Students which have met the credit requirements and have spent a minimum of one of their four required semesters abroad will be granted a double or triple title:
At Ca’ Foscari University of Venice the programme is open to students who enrol in the Master's degree in European, American and Post-Colonial Languages and Literatures, or who are currently enrolled and wish to enter the programme.
To be able to participate in the selection process, it is necessary to apply following the procedures and deadlines reported in the call for applications, published annually.
Double/joint degree selection results will be published on this webpage according to the specific timeline mentioned in the Annex A.
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In order to enter the programme students must enrol in the Master's Degree in European, American and Post-Colonial Languages and Literatures Students.
Students who are already enrolled need to request an internal transfer into the programme. Students must bring all necessary documentation to the International Welcome Desk during the established enrolment period.
Once you are enrolled you must contact the President of the Degree Programme committee, Prof., in order to fill out or change your plan of study.
This programme entails mandatorily spending one semester abroad at one of the partner Universities, and students can spend up to three periods of study abroad in total.
Before leaving to go abroad, you must:
Upon arrival at the host University you need to visit the International Relations office at the host University in order to present the following documents, and have them signed:
All documents must then be sent by email or fax to the Ca' Foscari International Relations Office ( email@example.com; fax: +39 041 2347576). Students must keep the original documents.
Before returning to Italy you must complete the second part of the Confirmation of the stay abroad form (outlining your departure from the host University), and have it signed by the host University.
Upon your return to Italy you must present original copies of the following documents to the Ca' Foscari International Relations Office:
To apply to graduate students must follow the standard graduation procedure for all students of Ca' Foscari.
Last update: 24/06/2019