Students wishing to enroll for the Master's Degree Program in Area and Global Studies for International Cooperation must have a Bachelor's Degree or a three-year university degree or another qualification obtained abroad, recognized as appropriate according to current legislation. Students must also fulfill the curricular requirements and the adequate personal preparation, since enrolment is not foreseen with training shortages.
An adequate ability to use the main IT tools (word processing, use of spreadsheets, design and management of databases, use of presentation tools) is taken for granted.
The Master's Degree in Area and Global Studies for International Cooperation is not limited by number but the access is determined by the Course. Enrolment can only take place after passing an interview aimed at verifying the adequacy of the personal preparation of the candidates.
To register for the Master's Program in Area and Global Studies for International Cooperation, the candidate must have an adequate knowledge of English at level B2 of the CEFR for Languages and one of the following curricular requirements:
- Italian Degree in Political Science and International Relations (L-36 Class)
- Italian Degree in Peace studies (L-37 Class)
L-LIN/04 LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - FRENCH
L-LIN/06 LATIN AMERICAN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
L-LIN/07 LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - SPANISH
L-LIN/09 LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - PORTUGUESE AND BRAZILIAN
L-LIN/12 LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH
L-OR/09 AFRICAN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
L-OR/10 HISTORY OF ISLAMIC COUNTRIES
L-OR/12 ARABIC LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
L-OR/19 MODERN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
L-OR/21 CHINESE AND SOUTH ASIAN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
IUS/02 COMPARATIVE PRIVATE LAW
IUS/08 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
IUS/09 PUBLIC LAW
IUS/13 INTERNATIONAL LAW
IUS/14 EUROPEAN UNION LAW
IUS/21 COMPARATIVE PUBLIC LAW
M-DEA/01 DEMOLOGY, ETHNOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY
M-GGR/02 ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY
M-STO/02 MODERN HISTORY
M-STO/03 HISTORY OF EASTERN EUROPE
M-STO/04 CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
M-STO/05 HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
M-STO/06 HISTORY OF RELIGIONS
SECS P/02 ECONOMIC POLICY
SECS-P/03 PUBLIC ECONOMICS
SECS-P/07 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND ACCOUNTING STUDIES
SECS-P/12 ECONOMIC HISTORY
SECS-S/03 ECONOMIC STATISTICS
SECS-S/05 SOCIAL STATISTICS
SPS/02 HISTORY OF POLITICAL THOUGHT
SPS/03 HISTORY OF POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS
SPS/04 POLITICAL SCIENCE
SPS/05 AMERICAN HISTORY AND INSTITUTIONS
SPS/06 HISTORY OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
SPS/07 GENERAL SOCIOLOGY
SPS/08 SOCIOLOGY OF CULTURE AND COMMUNICATION
SPS/09 ECONOMIC SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY OF WORK AND ORGANIZATION
SPS/10 URBAN AND ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIOLOGY
SPS/11 POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY
SPS/12 SOCIOLOGY OF LAW, DEVIANCE AND SOCIAL CHANGE
SPS/13 AFRICAN HISTORY AND INSTITUTIONS
SPS/14 ASIAN HISTORY AND INSTITUTIONS
If the candidate for registration is in possession of an Italian Master's Degree, the calculation of the curricular requirements is conducted on the credits earned during the entire university career.
The candidate who possesses the curricular requirements is admitted to the interview. The interview, conducted by a teacher in charge, is aimed at ascertaining, in addition to the personal preparation also in relation to the chosen profile, the awareness and motivation with respect to the Master Program. The interview will take place in English. If the interview is successful, the teacher issues the enrolment permission document (i.e. nulla osta).
Candidates with a foreign qualification may register only according to the procedures for international students established by the University. International candidates are subject to verification of adequate personal preparation and knowledge of English during the interview. Access to this verification is subject to the possession of the curricular requirements indicated. This possession is verified by the Commission for the Admission of International Students in compliance with current legislation.
If the candidate is not in possession of the specific curricular requirements, upon indication of the CCLM he/she may eventually enroll in individual courses offered by the University and must successfully support the relevant assessment before enrolling in the Master's Degree. In any case, enrolment in the Master's Degree Program in Area and Global Studies for International Cooperation is subject to successful completion of the interview aimed at verifying the adequacy of personal preparation.