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POLITICAL SCIENCES

Master’s Degree – Biennial a.y. 2022-2024
(for those enrolled in the second year)

Sophia’s Master’s in International Politics and Law confers skills to understand the transformations in progress in the current political framework and to intervene in it. The program analyses the strategic and ideological changes in the European and international scenario and orients the emerging paradigms in the light of a culture of unity. Each student is a central player in the course. The theoretical subjects provide the know-what and prepare for the subsequent research work. Collaboration at the international level with parliamentarians, diplomats, civil servants and public administrators, leaders of civil society organizations, makes possible a broad dialogue to deepen and test the know-how for action.

"Learning to solve conflicts and work for justice, to build free and collaborative political societies"

Summary of Credits

LICENTIATE (MASTER’S DEGREE) IN POLITICAL SCIENCES
(SPECIALIZATION IN INTERNATIONAL POLITICS AND LAW)

Total
[ECTS]

Interdisciplinary Courses

32

Degree Programme Courses

63

Curriculum Electives

9

Other Seminars and Institutional Activities

1

Final thesis (including thesis seminar)

15

Totals

120 ECTS

ACADEMIC DEGREE

Licentiate (Master’s Degree) in “Political Sciences”

DURATION

Full time curriculum (120 ECTS, 4 semesters)

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

English, level B2 (students are encouraged to also know Italian, level B1, for maximum benefit). Unless otherwise indicated, all classes of the Degree programme are held in English.

ACCOMMODATION

On campus: Figline e Incisa Valdarno (Florence). For more information contact info@sophiauniversity.org

TUITION FEES

PREPARATORY COURSES START DATE

START OF FIRST SEMESTER

APPLICATION DEADLINES

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Possession of a first-level university degree (minimum 180 ECTS) in disciplines similar to those envisaged by the degree in Political Sciences and the chosen specialization; adherence to the formation project

ADMISSIONS

Applicant selection based on interviews and previous academic records (see info for how to apply)

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