Master's degree programs
Selection period: July 2020
Selection method: Web Self-Service, according to procedures indicated by the Student Office
Before selecting courses, students must pay close attention to:
- possible prerequisites
- course location
- the semester in which courses are offered
Course syllabuses and timetables will be available online during the selection period to allow students to make sure their selections are compatible. Overlapping courses may not be modified.
Student may also choose courses offered by other Departments (only master’s courses).
Students in European Studies, Global Studies and Public Policies may only choose courses offered in English.
Students may also choose courses offered by other Departments (master’s courses only).
Once the selection window has closed, students may not modify their selections.
Lesson times are published by instructor’s surname.
Courses will only be run if the minimum number of participants is reached. If the minimum is not reached, students will be contacted to make a second choice.
Students that do not select courses by the deadline will be assigned a class schedule that cannot be modified.
Elective courses I semester 2020-2021
Course timetables for the I semester will be published in time for the selection.
Elective courses for the I semester will be held online, with some exceptions as indicated by the course timetable.
Timetables are subject to change. If conflicts should arise and students need to modify a selection, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Elective courses II semester 2020-2021
Course timetables will be available following government protocols regarding social distancing in December 2020. We still ask that students make course selections according to their interests and coherence with their studies.
Once official timetables have been published, students may make requests to change courses only for valid reasons (such as conflicting lessons) by writing to email@example.com for assistance.
|T037||Campaigning e organizzazione del consenso||
|M315||Constitutional adjudication in europe||
|M230||Diplomacy and Negotiation||
|M407||The international Politics of the EU||
|M059||EU Labour Law and Social Policies||
|M314||Geopolitical Scenarios and Political Risk||
|M057||History of the Americas||
|M231||International Protection of Cultural Heritage||Program||Video|
|M299||Islam in Europa: migrazioni, integrazione e sicurezza||
|M325||Leadership nelle organizzazioni pubbliche||
|M226||Monetary Policy, Economic Growth and International Affairs||
|M055||Opinione pubblica e comportamento politico||
|M178||Russian History and Politics||
|SIN||Teorie e tecniche del lobbying||
|M313||The EU External Action||
|M300||Urban Law and Policy||
|GMP10||International institutions and global governance||
|GMP12||Political risk analysis||
|M328||The Politics of Cultural Heritage in Europe||
Courses that will not be activated in academic year 2020-21:
|M315||CONSTITUTIONAL ADJUDICATION IN EUROPE||
Courses that have reached the maximum number of students: