Tommaso Meo tells us why she chose the Master's Degree in Humanities.
Tommaso was interviewed by Radiocafoscari, the university's web radio which is managed and held by Ca' Foscari's students.
Because literature has always been a passion of mine since I was a child and in highschool I was amongst the best in Italian and history - and I have never been good in mathematics and science. Let’s say that I followed my passion with humanities, and I do not think that studying humanities entails becoming a teacher as the programme can open many more programmes. I for instance wanted to become a journalist and I am very happy of my experience from this perspective.
Well, many things. First of all the freedom to choose: many courses are optional and you can build your own study plan following your needs and interests. I enjoyed the most the availability of teachers and the variety of academic and extracurricular activities giving the opportunity to explore many topics in depth.
Studying in Venice must be perceived as a privilege for there is a unique city, gathering arts and beauty.
The following documents show what students think of their courses; you will not only find their opinions on academics and teaching staff but also on student services, the organisation of the course and the teaching equipment. Opinions are gathered through an online survey that all registered students fill in at the end of every module.
|Survey evaluating teaching quality of the degree course [ITA]||136 K|
|Survey evaluating teaching quality and student services at the University [ITA]||132 K|
A survey explaining the reasons why bachelor and masters students at Ca’ Foscari chose to study here.
|Student survey [ITA]||355 K|
Read the opinions of employers and students at Ca’ Foscari at the end of their work placement. You will find information and interesting advice on how to get the most out of your experience.
|Work placement survey [ITA]||254 K|
Last update: 06/11/2018