Presentation: Universita Ca'Foscari Venezia
Ca’ Foscari University of Venice is the first business school in Italy and the second in Europe, a university where over 30 languages are taught. Just like the city that hosts it, it is a crossroads of cultures, fields of research, ideas and creativity. A modern university that keeps up with the times by realizing within its eight departments advanced research projects and innovative study programs in order to guarantee an excellent educational experience. Through its five interdepartmental schools, Ca’ Foscari has made these educational approaches cross-cutting and integrated. In this way, whoever studies in Venice can acquire a wider range of and more articulate skills: economy is put into contact with cultural heritage, languages intersect with economics, restoration meets science just to cite a few examples.
The university offers courses at all levels, both in Italian and in English: 16 Bachelor's degree programmes, 29 Master's degree programmes and 34 Professional Master’s programmes in addition to Doctorate studies within its PhD school. This is also sustained by the new School for International Education which organizes courses for credit and extra-curricular activities for both Italian and international students, as well as professionals interested in courses and lessons by both Italian and foreign instructors.
Ca’ Foscari University also offers a wide portfolio of international programmes, with 3 Bachelor's degrees, 12 Master’s degrees, 14 Professional’s Master's programmes and 5 Phd’s.
Bachelor's Degree Programs in English
- Economics and Business
- Business Administration and Management
- Philosophy, International Studies and Economics
Master's Degree Programmes in English
- Accounting and Finance
- Economics and finance
- Business Administration
- Marketing and communication
- Crossing the Mediterranean: towards Investment and Integration (MIM)
- Languages, Economics and Institutions of Asia and North Africa
- European, American and Postcolonial language and literature
- Comparative International Relations
- Language Sciences
- Sustainable Chemistry and Technologies
- Computer science
- Environmental Sciences