Call for applications: 150-hours students’ collaborations to support the evaluation procedure of international diplomas

The Welcome Unit - International Office selects MA/PhD students for 150-hours students’ collaborations to support the evaluation procedure of international prospective degree seekers.

The call is open to MA/PhD students from the following Departments: Economics, Management, Environmental Sciences Informatics Statistics, Linguistics and Comparative Cultural Studies, Philosophy and Cultural Heritage. 

Deadline for applications: 15th November 2018 at 12.30 pm


Call for applications

Admission to Doctoral Programmes is gained through a highly selective application process, subject to international attention.
The call for applications a.y. 2018/19 is closed. Next call at beginning of 2019.

In partnership with:

Collaborative PhD programme, in partnership with:

Doctorate Coordinator

Professor Anna Comacchio, Ca' Foscari University

Educational aims

The aim of this PhD programme is the acquisition of in-depth knowledge of the contents and methods within the fields of administration and finance, and public and private business governance. Such knowledge allows for the development of distinct skills in the comprehension and management of specific operational difficulties within the business economics environment

Students who successfully complete the 1st year programme are awarded a MPhil in Management Studies.

The programme is taught entirely in English and welcomes each year several international students.

Research themes

  • Corporate and entrepreneurial theories: public, private and non profit company;
  • Theories of credit and finance: financial function of companies and of bank and non-banking financial intermediaries;
  • Accounting theories: national and international accounting principles; individual, group, civil and fiscal accounting, planning and control;
  • Organization theories, organization design, human resource management and competence analysis;
  • Organizational economics and game theory;
  • Business strategy and policy, marketing and economics and management of industrial sectors; Sustainability;
  • Corporate governance and financial markets;
  • Theories of innovation and entrepreneurship;
  • Economic history;
  • Organization and strategic choices of actors in the transport industry;
  • Management of cultural production;
  • Behavioural economics.

Professional profiles

The PhD graduate will practice the competencies in teaching and researching acquired as scholars in Academia, as researchers in private and public research institutions and project leaders and managers in consulting companies and private corporations.

For information on educational activities

Lisa Negrello
Tel: +39 041 234 9256
Fax: +39 041 234 9176


Department of Management, 
San Giobbe Cannaregio 873, 
30121 Venezia

Last update: 06/11/2018