1st Year: Human rights and International Law/International Politics/Political Analysis/Globalisation; Women’s/Children’s Rights; Economics of Human Capital
2nd Year: Language of Advocacy; Microfinance for Social Change; Constitutional Development and Democratisation; Second language; Culture, Society and Human Rights; Religions and Human Rights
- A minimum three-year undergraduate degree (or equivalent) is required, with proven skills in Political Sciences, International Relations, Sociology and International Law
- Minimum GPA equivalent to Italian 100/110
- English language: B2 level (CEFR) or equivalent
For the second year of the degree programme, proficiency of ONE of the following languages is required:
- (Advanced) French
- (Advanced) German
- (Advanced) Spanish
- (Advanced) Portoguese
- Czech or Slovak
- Serbian or Croatian
Tuition fees are the same for all students, regardless of their nationality: up to 2,600 euros/year.
They are divided in 3 installments: the first one is 188 euros and it corresponds to the admission fee (i.e. the fee required to accept your place at the University).
The other two installments are due only if the student has not been awarded neither a scholarship nor a fee-waiver. Even in this case, the amount of the second and third installments can be significantly waived according to the student's financial situation (assessed through a specific document called "ISEE"). The basic concept is: the less you have, the less you pay.
Graduates work as human rights officers, as researchers and policy planners in international, national and nongovernmental organisations, in the diplomatic service, in the public sector, in trade unions or political parties; as project managers and field officers of humanitarian aid; as journalists; as experts of social responsibility units and international relations departments within corporate organisations.