Bachelor of Anthropology, Religions, Oriental Civilizations Program By Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna |Top Universities
Subject Ranking

# 51-100QS Subject Rankings

Tuitionfee

$6120/year Tuition fee(EUR)

Scholarship

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Main Subject Area

AnthropologyMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Anthropology

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

Blended

The programme aims to provide scientific and professional learning responding to the challenges of multicultural and multi-religious societies.
On completion of the programme, students:
- Possess strong knowledge of Demographic, Ethnological and Anthropological disciplines concerning local and global socio-cultural dynamics;
- Know and are able to use the most important investigation tools to examine the historical and cultural processes marking the countries of Asia, Africa and the Americas from a pluralist and global viewpoint;
- Possess the fundamental competencies for comparative analysis of different religious cultures and the problems linked to social change, cultural mediation and socio-religious pluralism;
- Are able to gather and analyse data concerning the various subject areas learned in the programme;
- Have acquired strong passive knowledge of one non-European language or at least one European colonial heritage language used in non-European countries.
The Degree Programme aims to train the following professional figures:
- Intercultural operator;
- Museum operator;
- Expert in cultural heritage.
The curriculum covers four learning areas:
1) Theory-methodology; 2) Non-European history and culture; 3) Religious History; 4) Language and Culture.
Together the four areas work synergically to train the professional profiles of intercultural operator, museum operator and expert in cultural heritage.
The theory and methodology area provides the fundamental theoretical frameworks and analytical models of anthropology, history, religion and philosophy; Non-European history and culture aims to provide historical and artistic competences in one or more geographical and cultural areas; the Religious History area provides the historical grounding required to critically analyse texts and religious phenomena; Languages and Culture provides the linguistic tools needed to access sources and secondary literature in their original language.

Program overview

Main Subject

Anthropology

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

Blended

The programme aims to provide scientific and professional learning responding to the challenges of multicultural and multi-religious societies.
On completion of the programme, students:
- Possess strong knowledge of Demographic, Ethnological and Anthropological disciplines concerning local and global socio-cultural dynamics;
- Know and are able to use the most important investigation tools to examine the historical and cultural processes marking the countries of Asia, Africa and the Americas from a pluralist and global viewpoint;
- Possess the fundamental competencies for comparative analysis of different religious cultures and the problems linked to social change, cultural mediation and socio-religious pluralism;
- Are able to gather and analyse data concerning the various subject areas learned in the programme;
- Have acquired strong passive knowledge of one non-European language or at least one European colonial heritage language used in non-European countries.
The Degree Programme aims to train the following professional figures:
- Intercultural operator;
- Museum operator;
- Expert in cultural heritage.
The curriculum covers four learning areas:
1) Theory-methodology; 2) Non-European history and culture; 3) Religious History; 4) Language and Culture.
Together the four areas work synergically to train the professional profiles of intercultural operator, museum operator and expert in cultural heritage.
The theory and methodology area provides the fundamental theoretical frameworks and analytical models of anthropology, history, religion and philosophy; Non-European history and culture aims to provide historical and artistic competences in one or more geographical and cultural areas; the Religious History area provides the historical grounding required to critically analyse texts and religious phenomena; Languages and Culture provides the linguistic tools needed to access sources and secondary literature in their original language.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

5+
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Candidates for the degree programme musthold a five-year secondary school diploma or equivalent qualification obtained abroad, or a four-year secondary school diploma and diploma for the relative supplementary year, or, where no longer active (e.g. teaching high school),will be assigned additional learning credits.
Candidates must also possess appropriate general knowledge.
The knowledge and competences required for admission to the 1st cycle degree in Anthropology, Religions, Oriental Civilisations include:
- Strong general knowledge;
- Logical and reasoning skills;
- Ability to read, understand and interpret texts and documents (in Italian);
- Strong expressive skills in Italian.
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Tuition fee and scholarships

Domestic Students

6,120 EUR
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International Students

6,120 EUR
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