This Master's Degree programme offers a solid specialised training in the study of linguistic, philology and literature since the Middle Ages focusing on developing critical knowledge through primary, literary and archival sources.
You can choose between two curricula: Medieval and Renaissance Period and Modern and Contemporary Period, and may apply to the double degree in Italienstudien with the Goethe-Universität and study in Venice and in Frankfurt.
You will gain specialized skills in linguistics and philology, in archival and library sciences, in managing and organizing publishing and cultural activities, and will be able to deal with communication in the fields of production, publishing and conservation of books and journals.
After graduation you also may pursue postgraduate education.
The Master's Degree programme develops and refines all skills that can help to analyze the principal philosophical and epistemological issues inherited from the main argumentative tradition in an analytical way through discussion and debate.
You will be able to choose between two curricula: Philosophy, building your theoretical, ethical, historical and philosophical knowledge and skills, or Educational Counselling and Training, discovering training and continuing education, training processes in a social context and developing pedagogical tools.
Throughout the programme you will learn how to analyze relevant contemporary matters basing your reasoning on philosophy in order to properly evaluate the relevant aspects and cultural traditions if arts and science, communication and language. You will gain skills in education science as well as methodological and pedagogical know-how.
The Master's Degree trains specialists for social work, social services and social politics, combining training of high cultural level with training of elevated professional content.
During the programme you will develop a strong ability to analyse and interpret social phenomena, with particular attention to inequality, social discomfort and the processes of exclusion, the social ‘new rich' and the vulnerables that emerge from this, the social rights of citizens and transformation of welfare, migration and intercultural relations, the questions of gender and generalisations, and finally participation and active citizenship as elements of social innovation.
Through a series of specific workshops with professionals, you will acquire innovative methodology related to social initiatives. The 250-hour internship (in Italy or abroad) is an integral part of the training.
Thanks to the skills you will gain you will be able to apply for project design positions, as well as research, analysis and social initiatives in organizations and institutions operating in the fields of social work, interculturality, social services, social and health services, and labour policies.
The objective of the Masters in Contracts and Business Law is to prepare law students with a Masters 1 or a Masters 2 for careers as business lawyers or as in-house legal experts within large international organisations. Course participants must hold a postgraduate diploma or a Masters.
The course provides a high-level legal education in the essential areas of private and public business law, which is enriched by an interdisciplinary approach encompassing finance, marketing and management.
Participants will also learn the professional skills which are indispensable for entering the workplace, such as writing skills.
A good command of English is an essential part of the Masters in Contracts and Business Law, so it is possible to take the course either in a bilingual format or entirely in English.