The Double Master's Degree Programme is organised by the Department of Management of Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and SKEMA Business School, an international pluri-accredited institution. It allows students of the Master’s degree in Management to attend courses in both universities and obtain a Double Degree, with no additional registration fees.
First result achieved in the context of the Interreg Italy-Croatia MIMOSA project, by the research group assisted by prof. Stocchetti: this is D. 3.1.2 Segmentation analysis. The MIMOSA Project has the goal of improving the quality and sustainability of cross-border and coastal passengers’ mobility between Italy and Croatia and bases its outputs on an in-depth knowledge of the demand for cross-border transport in the programme area.
"In September, Ca' Foscari will return to being the place we all know and love, as we will finally return to our classrooms!" says the Rector, Tiziana Lippiello, in a message to Ca' Foscari's community. Classes will be held in person starting on September 6 for the linguistic area and starting on September 13 for all other areas.
AlmaLaurea, the Interuniversity Consortium established in 1994, has published its 23rd Report on the Profile and Employment Rate of graduates. The report examines the 76 universities in the consortium. The data confirms Ca’ Foscari’s strengths, given that the university has obtained results higher than average in employment rate, internships, and experiences abroad.