European Citizenship, Institutions and Policies 24 months Postgraduate Program By Università degli Studi di Udine |Top Universities
Program Duration

24 monthsProgram duration

Application Deadline

15 Jul, 2024Application Deadline

Main Subject Area

PoliticsMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Politics

Degree

MA

Study Level

Masters

Study Mode

Blended

The master's degree in European Citizenship, Institutions and Policies is offered by the Department of Legal Sciences of the University of Udine (North-East Italy, Friuli Venezia Giulia Region, on the border with Austria and Slovenia).
Aims of the Course of Study • to know European institutions, EU legislation, EU policy-making procedures • to discovers the opportunities granted by European citizenship • to understand the political, economic and cultural dynamics of Europe • to learn how to write and manage EU projects • to develop decision-making skills • to develop cultural mediation skills
Teaching Contents Law, Economics, Political-Social Sciences, Languages, History and Philosophy.
Employment opportunities Employment in the public and private sectors, at all levels (international, European, national or local), in functions requiring knowledge of European institutions, regulations and policies. Graduates will not only have the technical knowledge of European institutions, but also cultural mediation and decision-making skills.
Languages of instruction Italian and English, in order to know technical terms in both languages.

Program overview

Main Subject

Politics

Degree

MA

Study Level

Masters

Study Mode

Blended

The master's degree in European Citizenship, Institutions and Policies is offered by the Department of Legal Sciences of the University of Udine (North-East Italy, Friuli Venezia Giulia Region, on the border with Austria and Slovenia).
Aims of the Course of Study • to know European institutions, EU legislation, EU policy-making procedures • to discovers the opportunities granted by European citizenship • to understand the political, economic and cultural dynamics of Europe • to learn how to write and manage EU projects • to develop decision-making skills • to develop cultural mediation skills
Teaching Contents Law, Economics, Political-Social Sciences, Languages, History and Philosophy.
Employment opportunities Employment in the public and private sectors, at all levels (international, European, national or local), in functions requiring knowledge of European institutions, regulations and policies. Graduates will not only have the technical knowledge of European institutions, but also cultural mediation and decision-making skills.
Languages of instruction Italian and English, in order to know technical terms in both languages.

Admission requirements

15 Jul 2024
2 Years
Sep

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First, it is compulsory to apply online for admission requirements’ evaluation procedure; Second, in case of a positive evaluation, it is possible to finalize the enrolment online and become a full-time enrolled student of UNIUD. For more info go directly to https://www.uniud.it/prospectivestudents or write an e-mail to [email protected]
The focus of the program is very well-defined: European policies. In order to understand that subject, though, one needs to look at European citizenship and institutions from different points of view: those of economics, society, law, and culture.
Teaching is carried out in English and Italian. Minimum language entry requirements are B1 for English and B2 for Italian. In the fist semester classes are in Italian, and an Academic English class is offered for those who need to improve the level of their English up to a B2 level.
Yes, if you have any other bachelor’s degree and you have gained at least 48 ECTS in one or more of these subjects: political sciences, legal sciences, social sciences, economics, history, languages or philosophy.
No, you can still follow those classes and succeed. Teaching in each subject is so organized that even students without a background in that subjects can follow and catch-up. Teachers provide background information, reading material and learning hints about the basics of heir subjects.
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