Italian Studies at the University of Bologna provides a pioneering training in Italian culture, since it is based on the newest results of cultural analysis. English will be the teaching language for this Master degree, but students will also follow advanced courses in Italian during the second year.
During the first year, students will follow courses that will improve their knowledge of Italian culture and language. They will be expected to learn about Italian History, Political Thought, Literature, Arts, Cinema. During the second year, given that they will be more skilled about Italian matters, students will have the chance to deepen their prior knowledge with advanced courses in Italian Cultural Studies and Italian Literature.
Graduates will be skilled experts in the field of Humanities. Therefore, they will be able to join Phd programmes all over the world, and to cover positions in the following work environments:
You can apply until:
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You only need to take one of these language tests:
Minimum required score:
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Minimum required score:
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To be eligible for admission, candidates must:
Tuition fees are estimative. All students pay based on their Equivalent Financial Situation Indicator (ISEE), irrespective of the programme they enrol on.
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
There are many funding opportunities for prospective and current students wishing to enroll/enrolled at the University of Bologna offered on the basis of specific competitions.
Once enrolled, students can apply for several other opportunities such as prizes, paid students collaborations and specific financial aids.
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