Workshops are innovative forms of teaching with high practical value. An important area of academic education, they are aimed at developing specific skills of a specialized-operational nature and general skills of a complementary nature, now widely demanded by the labor market for successful professional careers.
The educational methodology is highly interactive, accompanied by classroom simulations, discussions coordinated by the head of the workshop, role-playing, the acquisition of techniques for the preparation of professional tools and documents, summaries of conferences or of documents, continuous written exercises (possibly also in foreign languages), individual or collective presentations of scientific work and/or papers, drills, in-depth analyses and team-working.
Workshops are designed for a limited number of students. This is the only way to have a student-oriented project that can accomplish the project’s many set goals.
Bachelor’s degree workshops
- Writing workshop
For students with a major in Political Science and Politics, Philosophy and Economics
- Knowledge for decision-making: economic, political and social indicators in action workshop (in Italian)
For students with a major in Political Science
- Knowledge for decision-making: economic, political and social indicators in action workshop
For students with a major in Politics, Philosophy and Economics
Master’s degree workshops
Master’s degree in International Relations:
- Workshop analyzing the economic, political and institutional dynamics of globalization (in Italian)
For students with a major in International Relations (in Italian)
- Workshop for the analysis of the economic, political and institutional dynamics of globalization
For students with a major in International Relations
Master’s degree in Science of Government and Public Communication:
- Workshop on economic and political journalism
For students with a major in Institutional and Political Communication
- Workshop on management and drafting techniques for regulatory and administrative documents
For students with a major in Political and Administrative Institutions