The Department of Humanities, through a generous donation by the Institute for Aegean Prehistory (INSTAP) and in collaboration with the Centre of Archaeological Studies in Venice (CeSAV), announces a Post-doc Visiting Fellowship in Aegean Prehistory in honour of Professor Filippo Maria Carinci, on the occasion of his 70th birthday in 2018.
|Post-doc Visiting Fellowship in Aegean Prehistory||220 K|
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Selection for the award of one scholarships to a foreign student for enrollment in the first year of the academic year 2018/2019 and attendance of the three-year degree or master degree courses at the Department. The scholarship will amount to Euro 3,500.00 gross per year.
Deadline: June 1, 2018.
|Announcement of selection for international students 2018/2019||890 K|
|Selection results - international students||585 K|
Double/Joint Degrees are Degree Programmes, which offer a curriculum shared with international universities and mobility periods for students and professors. Limited admission occurs through a call for applications.
Bachelor's Degree Programme in Humanities:
Master's Degree Programme in Italian Philology and Literature:
Master's Degree Programme in History from the Middle Ages to Present:
PhD candidates can further develop their international skills and experience with an international joint supervision: students must attend both partner universities and their theses must be supervised by two tutors to obtain a double title recognized in both countries.
Ca' Foscari International College prepares graduates of excellence providing them personalized cultural programmes, specific courses, application laboratories and additional cultural activities. Students attend Ca’ Foscari degree programmes and are offered free accommodation on the Venetian island of San Servolo.
Ca' Foscari School for International Education provides courses in English for exchange students, graduate seminar programmes, as well as a bridge term and a foundation year for prospective students, joint Summer Schools with prestigious international universities and intensive courses in Italian language.
At Venice International University you can attend courses of the Globalization Program taught in English in an international and multidisciplinary environment in the island of San Servolo, in Venice. The courses offered by Venice International University (VIU) are credit granting and international mobility scholarships are available for Master’s Degree programmes students who wish to write their final thesis at a foreign host institution.
Access the BAUM - Library of Humanities [ITA] to benefit from consultation and loan services, bibliographic research support, inter-library loans and supply of documents, photocopies, prints, scanning, as well as training opportunities with the workshops organized by the library.