Master's Degree Programme in
Environmental Humanities

Master's Degree Programme in
Environmental Humanities





Why enrolling in this programme


The master's degree in Environmental Humanities explores the role humanities are called to play in times of environmental crisis, generating socio-ecological awareness and inspiring sustainability transformations


The programme is international and entirely taught in English, interdisciplinary (combining the humanities with natural and social sciences, overcoming the traditional dichotomy between nature-oriented and culture-oriented subjects), and intercultural (examining the socio-ecological imaginaries of both Western and non-Western civilizations retrospectively and perspectively). The programme aims at training practitioners, academics, and leaders capable of envisioning and bringing about systemic change for a sustainable future


The programme benefits from the unique position of Venice as global hotspot for the environmental humanities: a city at the forefront of the battle against sea-level rise, a historic crossroads of civilizations, and a world capital of contemporary art and culture. Classroom teaching will be enriched by the experiential learning offered through fieldwork and internships

Professional profiles

Graduates can aspire to high-responsibility positions such as those of Environmental educator, Environmental consultant, Environmental communication expert, Creator and curator of cultural activities, Expert in cultural intermediation


Payment of the second istallment by 17/12/2020

In your personal area, in the section "Diritto allo studio e tasse", under "Pagamenti - S3", you can find the invoice for the second instalment of fees for the Academic Year 2020/2021.
The deadline for the payment is 17 December 2020. A late payment fee shall be automatically applied to payments made after this deadline, as follows: 

  • €50.00 from 18 December 2020 to 27 December 2020;
  • €200.00 from 28 December 2020 onwards.

For more detailed information, see the regulations published at




Vendramin Palace  
Dorsoduro 3462, Fondamenta Foscarini, 30123 Venice (Italy)