University of Udine

Introduction

The University of Udine was founded in 1978 as part of the reconstruction plan of Friuli (a region in the North-East of Italy) after the earthquake in 1976. Its aim was to provide the Friulian community with an independent center for advanced training in cultural and scientific studies. Udine and its University are a point of reference in a region that is historically a meeting place and crossroads of different worlds and cultures.

The university offers a master program in Economics held completely in English and several programs held in English and Italian. The list includes master programs in Computer Science, Engineering,Medical and Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Viticulture, Information Technologies

GENERAL INFORMATION

Students will be evaluated individually by the Didactic Commission upon review of every student’s past career. Those who may be admitted will have to apply formally through the Italian Embassy in their own Country of residence (between May and June each year; there is only one intake each year, in Fall). Once the visa is granted, students can get to Italy to be enrolled.

The numbers of university master credits (CFU) in English varies from a minimum of 24 to a maximum of 120 per degree course. The aim is to further increase the number of international students and staff, including visiting professors. A special Italian language and culture intensive summer course is offered to foreign students. Requirements and evaluation for these programs will be reviewed on a case-by-case scenario.

COSTS

For the majority of the programs, students pay only the university taxes (variable amount depending upon the student family income, ranging from 370 € to 1,875 € per year). Tuitions are payable when the student matriculate into the program in Italy (no application fees). International students may also apply for regional scholarships according to the local administrative laws ("Right to Study"); regional scholarships may cover the whole cost of studying in Udine.

APPLICATION

For detailed information about the application process (requirements and deadlines), scholarships or if you are interested in taking classes in Italian, please write to info@studentsworld.com

This school offers programs in:
  • English
  • Italian

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Master Double Degree in Economics - Udine (Italy) & Karl-Franzens (Austria)

Campus Full time September 2016 Italy Udine

The Master program in Economics aims to provide students with the quantitative and theoretical background and empirical training necessary to develop the analytical skills required to become a theoretical as well as an and applied economist. [+]

The Master program in Economics aims to provide students with the quantitative and theoretical background and empirical training necessary to develop the analytical skills required to become a theoretical as well as an and applied economist. Graduates will be able to apply state-of-the-art research techniques to real world issues. The background knowledge the course offers to Master students aims to prepare them for qualified research centers and executive positions in the public sector, financial institutions, consulting firms and other business firms. Documents to be provided for pre evaluation: BSc degree in a relevant field of study (in English or Italian, any format). Curriculum Vitae (in English, any format). Motivation Letter (in English, any format). English proficiency certificate for non-English mother tongue. Minimum requirements: IELTS 6.0-TOEFL IBT 65/PBT 513/CBT 183- CEF B2- OR ALL OTHER EQUIVALENTS). In exceptional cases students who cannot provide a certificate may be considered for a Skype interview in order to assess their knowledge of English. APPLICATION IN 3 STEPS: 1. PRE-EVALUATION: Students will be evaluated individually by the Didactic Commission upon review of every student’s past career. Full details should be provided by the candidate for evaluation before submitting the application. Suitability of the student’s attitude and competence will be verified by an academic commission through an interview. For more information about the process write to info@studentsworld.com 2. EMBASSY: Non-European students who have been positively pre-evaluated, must go to the Italian Embassy in their Country of residence in order to apply for the Visa during the Visa Processing Period (usually between the end of May and the beginning of July). Depending upon the Country of residence, students may have to produce a copy of the pre-evaluation letter from the University to the Embassy along with all the other documents. Non-European and European students alike must provide official copies of all the requested documents, translated into Italian. 3. MATRICULATION: Students arrive in Udine and check with the University Students' Office (Area dei Servizi per la Didattica) to matriculate into the their program of interest in September/October. This program has only one intake (mid-September). Fees: Tuitions are payable when the student matriculate into the program in Italy (no application fees applied). The tuition is composed of governmental taxes (variable amount; this tax varies depending upon the student family income, ranging from 370,00 to 1875,00 euros per year). Tuition fees are payable in three installments: the first installment is paid at registration, the second at the end of March and the last at the end of May. Scholarship: for more information please contact info@studentsworld.com. [-]

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