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Double Degree Agreements

A new opportunity for Sophia students

Joint degree partnerships between two universities establish joint study programmes allowing students to carry out part of their studies at a partner institution, in order to obtain a qualification from both their home university and the partner university at the end of their course.

For this reason, students who take part in these programmes spend study periods (whose content and duration are defined in advance) at both universities.

Students wishing to participate in one of the joint degree programmes must undergo a selection process. The number of available places is defined by each inter-university agreement.

Applications open once a year. Calls for applications will be published on this page.

The Sophia University Institute has signed joint degree partnership agreements with the following universities:

Perugia University (Università Statale di Perugia)

By virtue of this agreement, Sophia students should earn 30 to 40 ECTS credits at Perugia University. Upon completion of their studies, they are thus eligible to obtain:

  • the Master’s Degree in Economic and Political Sciences – Political Sciences Curriculum from Sophia and the Master’s Degree in Philosophy and Ethics of Relations from Perugia University
  • Master’s Degree in Trinitarian Ontology (Philosophy Curriculum) from Sophia and the Master’s Degree in Philosophy and Ethics of Relations (various curricula) from Perugia University.

The Didactics-Philosophy curriculum qualifies students for access to state examinations they need to pass to become certified Philosophy, History of Philosophy, Psychology and Science of Education teachers in Italian upper secondary schools. The Philosophy and Civil Economy curriculum is specifically suited for students wishing to learn more about the relationship between philosophy and civil economy and pursue a career in management, including in the third sector.

European University of Rome

By virtue of this agreement, Sophia students should earn 30 to 45 ECTS credits at the European University of Rome. Upon completion of their studies, they are thus eligible to obtain:

  • the Master’s Degree in Economic and Political Sciences (Economics and Management curriculum) from Sophia, and the Master’s Degree in Economics and Innovation Management (Business Consulting and Liberal Profession curriculum or Innovation Management curriculum) from the European University of Rome.

Faculty of Theology of Central Italy (Florence)

By virtue of this agreement, Sophia students who have previously obtained their Baccalaureate of Theology should earn a minimum of 20 ECTS at the Faculty of Theology in Florence. Thus, upon completion of their studies, they are eligible to obtain:

  • the Master’s Degree in Trinitarian Ontology (Theology curriculum) from Sophia and the Licentiate of Dogmatic Theology from the Faculty of Theology of Central Italy.
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