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Tuition fee €3,500.00 per year

Tuition fee for non-EU students who enter Italy with a study visa is based on flat rate and depends on the citizenship.
If non-EU students come from a family with limited financial resource, they can choose to have their tuition fee calculated according to their family income (from €156,00 to €3.985,00 per year).
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Organized by the Departments of Humanistic Studies, Political and Social Sciences and with the collaboration of the Department of Law, the Master’s degree program completes the training in the disciplinary area of historical studies and focuses on Europe, with the aim of offering a critical and in-depth knowledge of a common and at the same time conflicting history. A history that moves from the Middle Ages creates and experiences the challenges of modernity, proceeds today in the tension between the construction of a common “house” and the often-divergent interests of the different European countries, in an incessant confrontation with the multiple cultures of the contemporary world.
The course is divided into three curricula:
medieval, modern-contemporary and historical-legal.
All curricula have a common basis in the teachings of medieval history, modern history and contemporary history, as well as in the improvement of a modern foreign language.
In each curriculum, specific subjects are then deepened, through courses of Church history, economic history or archival history, history of political relations and international relations; medieval and modern / contemporary law.
The teaching activities have a seminar nature, to encourage constant interaction between students and teachers. In the methodological teachings, particular attention is devoted to the use of the informatic tools of the historical area (knowledge and use of databases, bibliographies, collections of sources, etc.). The last semester of the two-year course is dedicated to the master thesis.
All members can access the Erasmus action of the Socrates programs, aimed at allowing study periods in universities of participating European countries, with recognition of exams taken abroad.

Programme structure

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Career opportunities

The two-year specialized course aims to train professionals able to operate with high responsibility functions in cultural and research institutes, both public and private; international and community bodies; institutions dedicated to design and management of cultural services as well as conservation and enhancement of historical and monumental heritage; publishing, journalism, cultural industry and communication agencies.
The degree in Storia d’Europa may find further application in a research doctorate program.

Apply now! Academic year 2019/20
Application deadline
Sep 15, 2019 23:59
UTC time
Studies commence
Sep 30, 2019

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States