The Master’s degree provides a global, original, and critical perspective on political and institutional settings, thanks to the development of solid competencies, methods, and conceptual tools useful for the analysis of political, historical, social, and economic contexts. This background allows the development and management of political strategies, social intervention, and projects both at the European and international level, within multi-actor and multi-level settings.
Common track: History of ideas; Political Philosophy; Political Science; Law; Economics; Sociology and Applied Linguistics
Major A – European Policies: multidisciplinary analysis of the main policy and governance challenges that the European Union is facing
Major B – Global Communication Policies: focuses on how governance, communication, and digital transformations intersect on emerging policy and societal challenges
Major C – Global social policies and security issues: focuses on the main current global social challenges, in particular on the consequences of inequality and limited social justice on security issues
Graduates work as socially concerned problem solvers, critical policy analysts, and evaluators, project developers, and managers in public, private and academic institutions; managers of virtual exchanges for multi-sited teams working towards community building and cultural learning.
Bachelor diploma (or equivalent)
A minimum three-year undergraduate degree (or equivalent) is required, with proven skills in Political Science, International Relations and Diplomacy, International Economics, Management, Cooperation and Development, Intercultural Communication, Media and Cultural Studies, International Law, Linguistics, Political Philosophy, Geography, Psychology, Sociology, History
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Italian.
You can often get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
You must take the original entry qualification documents with you when you finally go to university.
If you are admitted to the degree course, you will have to submit other documents including original and translated/legalized copies of your previous qualifications, etc. No legalized documents are required at the application stage.
English; B2 level (CEFR) or equivalent