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International Relations and European Studies

University of Florence

24 months
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About

The International Relations and European Studies programme from University of Florence consists of a communal first year intended to provide a background in the legal, economic, historical and political science fields necessary in the international or European context. 

Overview

Key Features

In the International Relations (LM-52) track, students explore various issues, including international law related to the protection of human rights, the relationship between religion and international relations, economic and taxation issues, education and health, and the role of supranational institutions. Finally, students are offered a wide array of area-specific courses to specialize in, if they so choose. In particular, the International Relations track prepares students interested in pursuing a diplomatic career or in becoming officers or directors in international organizations, NGOs, international cooperation agencies, consulting agencies, journalism, research centers, and at high levels of public administration operating in an international context. 

The European Studies (LM-90) track aims to train professionals with in-depth knowledge of the process of European integration and its current organization, with a particular focus on the structure and dynamics of EU functions, integration, the content of EU policy, and the EU's impact in national and international politics. Further opportunities for specialization present themselves during mandatory internships, as well as while working on the final dissertation and other research work.

Professionals that have graduated from the International Relations and European Studies programme from University of Florence are increasingly in demand by governments, businesses, and trade associations, not only at the supra-national level, but also at national, regional and local levels, both for interacting with European institutions and for drafting proposals for EU funding. 

Programme Structure

Courses include:

  • European Union Law
  • Comparative Migration Law 
  • Competition and Regulation in the EU
  • EU Politics and policies in the contemporary world
  • The transformation of Europe in the "Long"20th Century
  • World History 
  • Challenges in Global Economy

Key information

Duration

  • Full-time
    • 24 months

Start dates & application deadlines

Language

English

Credits

120 ECTS

Delivered

On Campus

Academic requirements

We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.

English requirements

We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.

Other requirements

General requirements

  • To be admitted to the RISE Master's programme, prospective students must possess a three-year Degree or Diploma from a University, or a similar academic qualification recognized as equivalent: they must have obtained a cumulative grade point average - CPGA - equal or higher than 80/100.
  • In order to be considered for admission to the programme, prospective students must have passed at least 4 exams, two in the field of Law  ( e.g. International Law, Public Administrative Law; Comparative Constitutional Law) ; and two in the Economics area  (Macro Economics; Micro Economics; International Economics) ; they must have a sound knowledge in the fields of History, Sociology and Political Science.

Tuition Fee

The total amount of enrolment charges and tuition fees for the academic year vary from €156 to about €2650. 

Living costs for Florence

850 - 1300 EUR /month
Living costs

The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.

Funding

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