Bachelor Degrees in Italy

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Italy draws students from all over the world. It has a long history of education as well as excellent and modern universities with cutting-edge facilities. Italy has made countless contributions to western civilization, and in more recent years played a large role in European higher education as well as research and development. Outside of the classroom, there is something for every student seeking a Bachelor in Italy, including exciting cities, beautiful landscapes, and many activities and historical sights to see.

By pursuing a Bachelor in Italy, students have the option of many strong programs at several top-notch universities. Some examples of popular Bachelor in Italy programs are art history, economics, communication, international affairs, political science, religious studies, biology, engineering, and psychology, to name a few. Students seeking a Bachelor in Italy will also experience a multicultural student population, further enriching the learning environment.

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Bachelor Fashion Technology

Polimoda, International Institute Fashion Design & Marketing
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Italy Florence

The Fashion Technology Course trains professionals able to manage the production of manufacturers’ or designers’ products to correct quantity and quality specifications, professionals who can work and manage international designers, production teams, suppliers, and clients... [+]

Bachelors in Italy 2017. Bachelor Fashion Technology The Fashion Technology Course trains professionals able to manage the production of manufacturers’ or designers’ products to correct quantity and quality specifications, professionals who can work and manage international designers, production teams, suppliers, and clients. Technology is not something that we automatically connect with the emotions evoked by fashion. This makes it an even greater challenge to engineer the intangible and create fashion by exploiting tradition, craft, innovation and new technology. In a complicated and competitive global market, efficiency is crucial, and this calls for well-trained profiles that can manage a complex creative process from head to tail. DESCRIPTION During this 3-year Pattern Design Course you will develop the techniques of pattern design, cutting, draping, sewing and the production of men’s, children’s, and women’s wear collections. You will learn how to develop your creativity and apply this to your designs, sketches and technical drawings; you will study and analyse historical, ethnical costumes and contemporary designers’ collections and create garments in professionally equipped laboratories. You will apply different skills: carry out research, establish your own pace of working while respecting deadlines, creating and producing prototypes for a collection, and developing a presentation of your own projects. You will learn how to contextualise the language and terminology of fashion, specialise in textile and fibre innovation, as well as dyeing, printing and finishing processes. You will become familiar with the international fashion culture essential to understand globalisation, the importance of design identity, and the competitive strength of “Made in Italy”. You will be trained in the different techniques that are applied in the professional production process, both traditional and innovative: from cutting structured and unstructured garments for men and women to computer aided design, AutoCAD, Excel and Illustrator. A range of design products, from garments to accessories, will be analysed and optimised in terms of quality, fit, manufacture, and innovation. Essential issues of Collection Management will be applied such as Line Planning, Supply Chains, Production Standards, Budget Control. Creative, strategic and managerial skills will be practised through workshops and group sessions in which product development scenarios will be analysed and applied. An internship of 3 months in Italy or abroad (in accordance with Italian and International Law) will enable you to acquire experience in a working environment and give you the opportunity to put your skills into practice. You will have gained the knowledge and ability to enter the workplace and embark on a brilliant professional career. HOW TO APPLY The course is open to students with a high school diploma or equivalent. Candidates will be selected according to: presentation of curriculum vitae portfolio and motivation letter; practical test held at Polimoda or on-line; interview with the Head of the Department. EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Pattern Designer Pattern Cutter Pattern Grader Technical Director Quality Control Inspector CAD Operator Handcraft Tailor Dressmaker Garment Technologist Head of Studio Head of Innovation Product Tester Cutting Room Manager Product Development Manager [-]

Web & Interaction Design

Quasar Design University in Rome
Campus Full time Part time November 2017 Italy Rome

The three-year course in Interaction Design form multimedia designers in the following areas: The three-year course in Interaction Design form multimedia designers in the following areas: Interaction design, web design, interface design, app development, interactive systems using Arduino and Touch, Designer, video editing. [+]

Web & Interaction Design The three-year course in Interaction Design form multimedia designers in the following areas: Interaction design, web design, interface design, app development, interactive systems using Arduino and Touch Designer, video editing. The course is unique in Italy, is active since 1991 and is continuously updated. The course is recognized by MIUR as an Academic Diploma Level I. Who it is aimed at This university-level course is aimed at school leavers, from all types of secondary schools, aspiring multimedia designers who want to develop their capacity for expression based on structured knowledge and shared languages, skills that are essential for working with professionalism in a field as complex as that of multimedia design and interactivity. The course may also be useful for the specialization and updating of professionals who already work in the field of communications. Educational objectives The objective pursued in the Web & Interaction course is that of training designers capable of relating in a critical and aware manner to the complex field of multimedia design, but also specializing and updating the training of those already working in the communications field. Awarded qualification Academic Diploma Level I recognized by MIUR. Creative jobs The ongoing processes of modernization in multimedia communications, from a perspective of systematic interaction between different languages and new technologies, have expanded to new areas the employment opportunities for operators who are able to combine the mastery of instruments and applications with the qualities of creativity and an efficacious methodological approach to the project. In this highly dynamic and continuously updated context, the figure of the Interaction Designer is of crucial importance wherever the complex area of interactive design is dealt with. An extremely versatile professional, they are able to adapt their activity according to different operational needs and can exercise it as: web designer and web developer, wherever design and content development, web applications and services are required; digital & interaction designer, ranging from the production of digital and interactive content to the design of applications for mobile devices; communication & media designers, including activities ranging from multimedia communication to web marketing. The various forms of professional activity can take place – as a consultant, collaborator or freelancer – with events and communication, advertising and marketing agencies, businesses, companies and professional studios, public and private bodies, museums, foundations and galleries, operating both nationally and internationally. Partners Derivative, String, Teatro India, Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna Roma, Provincia di Roma, Saatchi & Saatchi, Logos, Greenpeace. Subjects The teaching course is divided into lectures, design laboratories, and technical-applicative teaching. Lessons take place in classrooms with audiovisual supports, drawing tables and dedicated computers, equipped with specialist software. Each teaching area, through laboratory activities, provides in the classroom the various phases of work in which the members of a design team would normally be involved, providing a direct application of the theoretical and technical contributions of the different areas of teaching. A series of intense specialist workshops is foreseen on themes that refer to the specific fields of professional activity, organically integrated with the interdisciplinary project work, which involve the students in complex projects that last the length of a teaching cycle. Furthermore, the teaching activity includes study trips and various external activities and educational visits. Course location The course "Web & Interaction Design" will be held in Rome at Quasar Design University. Via Crescenzio 17 A Roma(RM) - 00193 [-]

Bachelor in Economic Sciences

Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Italy Reggio Calabria

The 1st Cycle Degree Course (Bachelor Degree) in Economic Sciences covers topics such as law, management, mathematics, statistics and also courses of foreign language (English) and computer skills. Perspective Students will attend a stage programme (for a total amount of 4 ECTS) at accountants or companies... [+]

Bachelors in Italy 2017. The 1st Cycle Degree Course (Bachelor Degree) in Economic Sciences covers topics such as law, management, mathematics, statistics and also courses of foreign language (English) and computer skills. Perspective Students will attend a stage programme (for a total amount of 4 ECTS) at accountants or companies. The Course provides a general knowledge that constitutes the fundamental basis for the future involvement in several fields of work at an intermediate level of qualification. It will be also a good starting point for those students that intend to continue their studies in advanced courses achieving more focused skills in the aforementioned topics. First year Mathematical Economics Private Law Economics. Principles of Microeconomics and Macroeconomics Statistics Computer Science Business economics English Second year Public economics Economic Statistic Italian and Southern Italy Economy Public Law Economic Policy Labor Law Electives Third year Applied Economics Business Administration Business Law Tax Law Public accounting Industrial Economics Electives Internship Final Project Chosen by the student Accounting Management Control Canon Law Law of Local Government Law of Insurance Contracts Family Law European Private Law Regional Law Law of Sport Urban Law Theory of State Criminality Economy Healthcare Economy Legal epigraphy Constitutional Adjudication History of Canon Law Fundamentals of European Law [-]

Bachelor in Business Studies - Small Business Management

United International Business Schools
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 4 years September 2017 Italy Milan + 1 more

The Bachelor in Business Studies specializing in Small Business Management consists of 180 European Credits (ECTS) and takes 3 or 4 academic years of 9 months of full-time studies to complete (up to 9 – 12 quarters respectively), depending on the chosen study track and intensiveness. Total contact hours amount to 1800. Courses are scheduled between Monday and Friday, between 9am at the earliest and 7pm at the latest and are taught entirely in English. [+]

The Bachelor in Business Studies specializing in Small Business Management consists of 180 European Credits (ECTS) and takes 3 or 4 academic years of 9 months of full-time studies to complete (up to 9 – 12 quarters respectively), depending on the chosen study track and intensiveness. Total contact hours amount to 1800. Courses are scheduled between Monday and Friday, between 9am at the earliest and 7pm at the latest and are taught entirely in English. Program structure There are two study tracks available, the American study track and the European study track. Depending on the chosen track, the program intensiveness will vary, allowing students to study at their own preferred pace. American Study Track: 15 Course credits per quarter 15 contact hours per week 30 study hours per week European study track: 20 Course credits per quarter 20 Contact hours per week 40 Study hours per week Program starting dates Because of the modular design and flexibility of the program, students can start their studies in October, January, April, July, and August. The Bachelor program is offered at all campuses. SPECIALIZATION COURSES IN SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Level 200 UGSCSBM201 - International Business (5) UGSCSBM202 - Small Business Management (5) UGSCSBM203 - Family Business Management (5) UGSCSBM204 - Project Management (5) UGSCSBM205 - Innovation (5) UGSCSBM206 - Facility Management (5) UGSCSBM207 - Global Sourcing and Logistics (5) UGSCSBM208 - Risk Management (5) Contemporary Cases in Small Business Management (5) Research Project in Small Business Management (5) Level 400 Capstone Project in Small Business Management (5) Admission requirements - proficiency in the English language (refer to the admission section for further details) - high school diploma that allows access to higher education in the country of origin Students who are 17 or older who have completed less than 12 years of formal education and who do not hold a high school diploma that allows access to higher education in the country of origin should earn up to an additional 60 credits in the Undergraduate Foundation program. Refer to the undergraduate program requirements for further details. e.g. Students who wish to earn a Bachelor degree and who are required to complete the Undergraduate Foundation program will need to earn 60 + 180 credits. [-]


Bachelor in Languages, Linguistics and Cultural Studies

Ca' Foscari University of Venice
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Italy Venice

This Programme will provide a solid basic grounding in two foreign languages and an intermediate-level knowledge of English, as well as specific skills related to the curriculum chosen. [+]

Bachelors in Italy 2017. Academic Year: 2015/2016 Level of qualification First Cycle Degree Programme (Ministerial Decree no. 270/2004) Ministerial Degree Code L-11 (Modern Languages and Civilisations) Head of Studies Prof. Giuliana Giusti (President of the Teaching Office) Access to the programme Unlimited entry (quotas for non-EU students residing abroad: 12 places, among which 1 is reserved for Chinese students residing in China, according to the Marco Polo Programme). Admission requirements To access the course, a previous suitable background is required. Each curriculum needs a specific knowledge , which the student should have before enrolling the university, in order to attend the course successfully. It is possible to verify this knowledge before enrolling. If the result of the test is negative, the student can enroll, but he/she receives a supplementary educational debt (OFA), which means that the student must fill any gaps in his/ her background through specific activities organized by the University. The admission requirements are available on this webpage. Learning outcomes This First Cycle Degree Programme will provide a solid basic grounding in two foreign languages and an intermediate-level knowledge of English, as well as specific skills related to the curriculum chosen. Language courses available: Three-year courses: Albanian, American English, Catalan, Czech, French, German, English, Italian Sign Language (LIS), Latin American Spanish, Modern Greek, Polish, Portuguese and Brazilian Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbo-Croatian, Spanish. Single module courses: Bulgarian, Slovenian and Basque. Curricula available - International Politics - Linguistics, Philology and Language Teaching Research - Literatures and Culture Occupational profiles First-cycle graduates may operate in various sectors of the national and European employment market, in public and private businesses, as regards management and enhancement of the cultural heritage and educational activities at any level. The organization in different curricula also provides a background that may facilitate access to the world of work and a multicultural society, training innovative professional roles that require specific skills. Attendance Open attendance Examination assessment and graduation The educational activities include classroom teaching, workshops and internships, in order to acquire wide-ranging skills that can be readily transferable into the world of work. Knowledge acquired by students will be assessed through written and oral exams during the entire university career. The degree exam consists in preparing a paper/thesis, evaluated according to methods similar to those of written exams but not in the presence of the student. The supervisor may require an oral discussion of the paper/thesis, in case he/she considers it to be necessary. Access to further studies Professional Master’s Programmes (1st level) and Second Cycle Degree Programmes [-]

Bachelor in Management

ESCP Europe Business School
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Italy Turin

The Bachelor in Management (BSc) is a three-year general management programme embracing training in languages, liberal arts and personal development. [+]

The Bachelor in Management (BSc) is a three-year general management programme embracing training in languages, liberal arts and personal development. You will spend your time at three different campuses across Europe, experiencing living and studying in different countries and languages without having to compromise on academic excellence. Our students benefit from ESCP Europe's extensive network of companies, institutions and organisations, and gain proficiency in a minimum of three languages by the end of this very selective and intellectually demanding programme. Discover a well-balanced, cutting-edge undergraduate programme, which: Combines the best of management science with a training in liberal arts and languages. Offers the opportunity to experience intercultural management first hand by studying in three countries in three years. Allows you to learn and speak additional languages during the course of an intellectually challenging programme. Our Bachelor in Management (BSc) is totally unique, and will offer you: An opportunity to broaden your horizons (e.g. by studying psychology or sociology) while acquiring crucial skills for your future business career. Classes in study, methodological and research skills, as well as training and workshops to improve your oral and communication skills. The possibility to study in different countries while staying at the same school, following a meticulously designed curriculum. A demanding programme gathering high-profile students from around the world who aspire to attain top international careers. Key Features Founded in 1819, ESCP Europe is the world's first business school. Not only do we have almost 200 years of educational expertise behind us, but we are also world-renowned for our Master in Management programme (now ranked 4th globally by the Financial Times). Using this history and proven methodology, the Bachelor in Management (BSc) has been carefully developed to provide students with a comprehensive and unique education. Benefit from: Small group pedagogy allowing for in-class interactivity and regular face-to-face time with international, top-notch faculty Multinational teamwork and development of the intercultural skills highly appreciated by employers in an ever more globalised world Practical real-life cases and business simulations to prepare students for their first steps in the corporate world In-depth development of written competencies, and of presentation and rhetorical skills Collective projects to trigger student initiatives, developing creativity and entrepreneurial spirit Internships and social projects facilitated by our links to the corporate and institutional world, providing our students with their first true professional experiences Certified Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Management fully compliant with the Bologna process introduced by the European Union in 1999. What You Study The Bachelor programme consists of six semesters with a total of 180 ECTS credits. During this thought-provoking three-year programme, our students learn about the various fields of business management and acquire the necessary background in economics and law, complemented by the fundamentals of maths and statistics applicable to the different management domains. Learning about liberal arts and humanities gives students an important understanding of these fields and their links to the management discipline. Through this students are able to access business in a wider context and develop different ways of thinking. Students develop presentation, communication and research skills, as well as gaining fluency in several languages. Group work and collective projects are an integral part of the programme, allowing students to gain insights into working as a team with people all over the world, both face-to-face and digital technology. We believe that theory is nothing without practice, so internships and social impact projects provide the opportunity for students to bring their learned concepts and techniques to life. The Bachelor thesis brings the programme to a close, consolidating the past three years of learning and working in a multicultural environment and preparing students for the next steps in their career, be it in postgraduate study or graduate work opportunities. Curriculum Below is a list of the modules set for the Bachelor in Management (BSc) 2016 intake. First year (London or Paris) Introduction to Business Administration & Organisations Financial & Managerial Accounting 1 Micro-Economics European Institutions & Comparative Political Systems Funadamentals of Mathematics Statistics 1 Introduction to Psychology & Sociology International Relations and European & World History Presentation, Discussion & Rhetoric Skills Computer Skills Collective Project 1 Languages Second year (Madrid, Paris or Turin) Finance Financial & Managerial Accounting 2 Marketing Macro-Economics Business Law: Contract & Corporate Law International Business Law & Taxation Statistics 2 Advanced Statistics Key Scientific & Technological Issues in Business Intercultural Skills Collective Project 2 Languages Internship 1 or Social Impact Project Third year (Berlin or Paris) International Management & Strategy Operations & Information Systems CSR & Business Ethics Management Elective Courses International Economics Liberal Arts Elective Courses Academic Writing Skills Business Game Languages Internship 2 Bachelor Thesis Languages Languages form an important part of ESCP Europe's Bachelor programme, with the aim being that all our students speak three languages (including their mother tongue) upon graduation. To make this possible, we provide in-class and digital language courses that are adapted to each student's level during the three years. During the first year all courses are taught in English. During the second semester of the second year, some courses in Madrid and Paris will be taught in Spanish and French respectively; all courses offered in Turin are in English. In the third year some of the elective courses will be offered in German, with the option of selecting electives taught in English. This offers our students the flexibility to study according to their preferences, whilst developing proficiency in other languages. Internships Each student is required to complete at least two internships, one of which can be replaced by a social impact project. We believe that theory is nothing without practice. This is why we incorporate internships within every programme at ESCP Europe, bringing theory to life and ensuring students get essential exprience through a range of companies and organisations. Our Careers Service provides support and advice in the student's internship search; however, as part of the learning experience, students are expected to take the lead in sourcing and applying for vacant positions. Examples of companies and organisations offering internships to our students Automotive: BMW, Daimler, Fiat, Ford, Renault, Volkswagen Banking & Finance: ABN Amro, AXA, BNP Paribas, Central European Bank, CSFB, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, HSBC, Société Générale, Santander, UBS Consulting: Accenture, AT Kearney, Bain & Company, Boston Consulting Group, Capgemini, Ernst & Young, KPMG, Lexington Consulting, McKinsey & Company, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Roland Berger Cosmetics & Luxury Brands: Beiersdorf, Bulgari, Estée Lauder, Hermès, Inditex-Zara, L’Oréal, LVMH E-commerce & IT: IBM, Intel, Movistar-Telefónica, Schlumberger,T-Mobile, Orange, AOL, Google, Apple Electrics & Engineering: Arcelor Mittal. Bosch, EADS, General Electric, Siemens Energy & Chemicals: BP, Cognis, Henkel, Shell, Repsol, YPF, Total Food & Beverages: Danone, Ferrero, Kraft, Lavazza. Martini & Rossi Marketing & Communication: ACNielsen, Addison Corporate, Emap Communication, GTI Specialist Publishers, IMG Artists, Saatchi & Saatchi, The Media Trust, Universal McCann NGO: Oxfam, Médecins du Monde Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare: GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer, Siemens Medical Solutions Thesis The Bachelor Thesis is a further opportunity for students to enhance the learning and skills gained from the programme and deepen both knowledge and understanding of their chosen field in management. Students select a research topic of particular interest for analysis. Recommendations are prepared using clear, logical argumentation and drawing upon original desk research, interviews or a case study carried out during their assignment. Each thesis project is supervised and guided by a member of Faculty or expert in the relevant field. Students are encouraged to pick a topic of personal interest or one highly relevant to their future career plan. A written thesis is submitted at the end of the programme and a viva voce oral examination is held, at which the research is presented to and assessed by a jury. The thesis can be written in English, German, French, Italian or Spanish, and is guided by faculty in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris and Turin - again reflecting the international dimension of the programme. Where You Study Students on the Bachelor in Management (BSc) live and study in a different city each year, experiencing three distinct countries and cultures. First year: London or Paris Second year: Madrid, Paris or Turin Third year: Berlin or Paris All students start the programme in London, building friendships and learning about each other's backgrounds and experiences. During the second year, students choose from three different cities (Madrid, Paris and Turin). The group continues to work as one through distance learning group works, benefitting from the relationships fostered during the previous year. In today's globalised business world, it is essential to be able to work together in multinational teams with members spread over different locations. The third and final year once again brings all students together on the same campus (Berlin) to exchange and share their experiences from the previous year, and successfully complete the Bachelor in Management (BSc) programme. Alumni Network Boasting 45,000 graduates in more than 150 countries and representing 200 different nationalities, our students have access to a unique alumni network which provides support and helps to build ties on an international scale. Our alumni have won a well-earned place for themselves in the international business community with most working as business leaders in top companies or successful entrepreneurs. The Alumni calendar is always packed full of social events, Alumnights and Workshops. From the Regatta and Ski Weekend events to the annual Gala dinners at each campus, our students enjoy a wealth of activities alongside the alumni community. Admissions The admission process is open from October to June. Selective recruitment ensures you only study alongside the very highest calibre students. Eligible candidates are high profile students graduating from high school with distinction (or equivalent if no formal graduation). The programme is not designed for students having obtained a French baccalauréat in France. Please note that admission is only granted to students with the necessary visa. Admission Process Step 1: The online application file includes : Academic records of the last three years (details of all examination results obtained during the last three years of secondary education, including mock secondary examination results, if applicable). Secondary school examination certificate(s), if already held. Otherwise, applicants must provide these documents as soon as received. Personal statement in English. Contact details for two academic referees. English language test scores (TOEFL: 90, IELTS: 6.5, CAE). Supporting documents of additional spoken languages. Photocopy of ID/Passport. Step 2: Successful applicants will be invited to sit admission tests, which include: Personal interview (in the language of the interviewing campus, or in English as preferred). Alpha-numeric reasoning admission test (available in more than 30 languages) Whilst we prefer to meet students in person, distance interviews (via Skype) may be available. Please note that admission is only granted to students with the necessary visa. Calendar The Bachelor programme begins every September. The application process operates on a rolling deadline system from October to June. There is a non-refundable application fee of €170 for all applicants. You can choose which campus you would like to apply to based on location and/or personal preference. To find out more about the Bachelor in Management and how to apply, please visit our website. [-]

Bachelor in Media and Communication Design

Macromedia University for Media and Communication
Campus Full time Part time 7 semesters October 2017 Italy Milan + 1 more

In the digital media world, design involves a broad and exciting array of tasks. The demands faced by designers are complex and at the same time fascinating, since the variety of media and the high volume of information require not only a steady stream of new ideas and creativity, but also clear conceptual thinking and process-led working methods. [+]

Bachelors in Italy 2017.

Using cross-media media channels, multi-layered content must be transformed into visual images and stories, in a way that appeals to the emotions of users and recipients and conveys the message clearly. Curiosity, openness and fresh ideas are the hallmarks of a good media designer, as well as artistic creativity and visual imagination. And the willingness to think through all facets of the set task, and to develop conceptual solutions, before beginning the design. Lateral thinking is required, especially in cross-media projects.The interdisciplinary programme of the Media and Communication Design course gives you the tools to master the whole spectrum of visual communication as an all-rounder with specific subject knowledge.Our fields of study - animation, game design and media design - offer you the chance to focus during your studies on whatever interests you the most personally. During your studies, theoretical/methodological knowledge is combined with in-depth technical production know-how and practical applications, using real tasks in graphic design. In principle this means that the whole media economy is open to you at the end of your studies. The university is not just one of many possible places to learn. Practical exercises, an intensive exchange of ideas with real industry professionals, and authentic teaching projects are as important to us as the teaching of theoretical principles. This is what students really appreciate about MHMK.... [-]


Bachelor’s in Building Engineering ( taught in Italian )

University Of Bergamo
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Italy Bergamo

The aim is to ensure that the student has the necessary cultural and professional background to be able to work in the construction sector. This type of preparation includes the knowledge of methods and techniques required of qualified professionals so they can realize and deal with any technological and scientific innovations regarding this sector. [+]

The aim is to ensure that the student has the necessary cultural and professional background to be able to work in the construction sector. This type of preparation includes the knowledge of methods and techniques required of qualified professionals so they can realize and deal with any technological and scientific innovations regarding this sector. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Freelance work or employment in public institutions, private and public companies, engineering firms, construction companies (tasks involving programming, planning and supervising). ENTRY TESTS There is no selection test for enrolment in the course, but there is a test to ascertain the student's initial level of competences. Students enrolled in the first year of their course are required to have reached a level of proficiency in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. Each year, entry tests are held in September. SERVICES OFFERED FOR THE DEGREE COURSE Bridging courses Every year before lessons start, intensive preparatory courses are organized in the following subjects for those students who are not up to standard: Mathematics Basic computer skills Physics Chemistry On-line courses The material of various courses is available on the University website. This may be used as part of network teaching and collaboration and is a backup for those students who cannot attend lessons on a regular basis. Tutoring A tutoring service is available aimed at advising and assisting students during their course of studies and resolving difficulties to enable them to obtain the maximum results from attending courses. This service is provided by tutors whose task it is to advise and help students from each year of the course, in collaboration with teaching staff. Foreign language tests The level required by the School of Engineering is the Threshold Level established by the Council of Europe which corresponds to Level B1 of the Framework of Reference. Language skills are tested to verify the student's level at entry. For English, students are tested within the University; more information about Certificazioni riconosciute available in Italian. Self-tests Students can also take the relevant on-line self-test. [-]

Bachelor's degree Civil & Enviromental Engineering

eCampus University
Online Full time October 2017 Italy Milan

Professionals with this job title typically work in the fields of design, construction supervision, assessment and testing of civil works, direct and instrumental data about contemporary and historical constructions and about territory, support for technical and commercial facilities. [+]

Bachelors in Italy 2017. Specific Learning Targets Graduates of the degree course in Civil Engineering must: know how to employ the methods of mathematics and other basic sciences to interpret and describe Civil Engineering problems; know the various methodologies of Engineering sciences in general and those of Civil Engineering in detail; identify, formulate and find a solution to Energy Engineering problems by employing updated methodologies and adequate techniques and tools; know how to employ techniques and tools for the design and the maintenance of civil engineering works and infrastructures, in cooperation with various experts; how to employ techniques and tools to manage and control network systems; know how to conceive, design and verify current structural elements and how to actively partake in complex projects and in works achievement, management and carrying out; how to manage designs and programmes for the execution, maintenance, renovations and security measures of constructions; have adequate knowledge relating to planning through graphic elaboration and to observations processing; gain proficiency in the field of surveying and controlling, of geomatics and territorial information systems, of real estate cadastre, of law, of evaluation and accounting of real estates and technical architecture and building site organisation. know how to perform experiments and analyses and interpret the data; understand the impact of the engineering solutions in the social, physical-environmental context; know their professional and ethic responsibility; know the business context and culture in their financial, managerial and organisational aspects; know contemporary contexts; have relational and decisional skills; fluently speak and write one of the European Union languages, in addition to Italian language, in their specific field of competence to share general information; have acquired the specific skills to update their own knowledge. Final examination peculiarities The final examination consists of a public thesis dissertation about one of the following written texts guaranteed by a supervisor in front of a Degree Board: a written report of the internship activities; a written report of the laboratory project. The ability to synthesise and the quality of presentation in both written and spoken forms will be taken into account, in addition to the quality of the work, to evaluate the final examination papers. Occupational and Professional Outlets Professionals with this job title typically work in the fields of design, construction supervision, assessment and testing of civil works, direct and instrumental data about contemporary and historical constructions and about territory, support for technical and commercial facilities. They can work as a professional consultant (junior industrial engineer), in manufacturing or service industries, and in the public administration. The main occupational and professional areas in which the Civil Engineering graduates can find employment are: contractors engaged in the construction and maintenance of civil works, systems and infrastructure; engineering firms and companies engaged in the design of construction projects, systems and infrastructure; public agencies that design, plan, manage and control urban and territorial systems; companies, organizations, agencies and consortia that manage and control works and services systems; service companies that study the feasibility and urban and territorial impact of infrastructure. Background knowledge requirement to access the degree course (Art. 6 D.M. 509/99) (potential assessment) To be admitted to the degree course in Civil Engineering it is required: a good knowledge of logics, mathematics, physics and chemistry provided by the learning programs of upper secondary school; the ability of explaining clearly and accurately one’s thought in written and oral form; the aptitude to use IT technologies; the aptitude and motivation to study Engineering. With reference to the first point, adequate tests to prove basics knowledge can be submitted to all students and, in particular, to those who have an upper secondary school curriculum with blind spots in their grounding. If the assessment of the initial grounding does not succeed, students can be admitted with an Educational Debt. In order to limit educational debts, Course of Study Council can anticipate the setting-up of preparatory learning activities to be performed before taking the test. Such activities can be performed in collaboration with upper secondary schools on the basis of special agreements. Skills, aptitudes and motivations are verified through the assessment of the previous school curriculum or with possible and appropriate tests. [-]

BA in Performing Arts

Link Campus University
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Italy Rome

The Performing Arts, with its three routes (Performer, FilmMaker, Producer), is able to form students capable of working in theater, film, television, museums, as well as to their own cultural startup. [+]

CONTEXT Today, the world of culture and entertainment offers great opportunities to jobs. The Performing Arts, with its three routes (Performer, FilmMaker, Producer), is able to form students capable of working in theater, film, television, museums, as well as to their own cultural startup. CHARACTERISTICS OF THE COURSE The Performing Arts course is typically unique in Italy, because It combines the features of a modern academy with a training of university ranking. Teaching, is headed by a teaching staff and professionals who have a strong relationship with the world of work, who use integrated methods of theoretical study , languages of the show together with practical experience of workshops and meetings with best know figures of show business. This gives to the students a solid cultural background and expertise in the fields of acting, directing and production. A particular attention is given to the study of English, which is essential for actors, filmmakers and cultural workers who wish to work in the thriving market production and international distribution. Lectures, workshops and open rehearsals are held at the Theatre Italy to allow students to compete r with the space and the atmosphere of a real theatre. [-]

Bachelor in Economics of Tourism

University of Bologna School of Economics, Management and Statistics
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Italy Rimini

The 1st cycle degree programme in Economics of Tourism prepares students able to work in the accounting,marketing or strategic fields of tourism companies, in project management, oras hotel managers. [+]

Bachelors in Italy 2017. ECONOMICS OF TOURISM, CURRICULUM IN INTERNATIONAL TOURISM AND LEISURE INDUSTRIES (ITALI) Tourism is a highly changeable and creative industry which requires the continuous development of new products and markets. Business culture, sustainability, creativity and technological innovation are the key words to create new businesses and conquer a highly competitive tourism market. The tourism sector includes small, medium and large private enterprises as well as public private partnerships and public agency all operating with an international perspective. Quality assurance UNWTO.TedQual 2014 Outcomes Tourism is a rapidly expanding and a diversifying industry. International tourism arrivals grew by 5% worldwide in 2013, reaching a record 1.087 million arrivals, distributed among a variety of destinations and typologies of holidays and travels. Tourism is also a highly changeable and creative industry which requires the continuous development of new products and markets. Business culture, Sustainability, Creativity and Technological innovation are now the key words to create new businesses and conquer an ever changing and highly competitive tourist market. Learning Outcomes The curriculum in Tourism Economics, International Tourism and Leisure Industries - ITALI is a three year degree programme providing students with the cultural and technical profile required to join private and/or public enterprises as a manager or professionals making. ITALI offers excellent preparation in tourism planning and tourism management and develops professional profiles which have a deep knowledge of complex interactions and interdependencies between creative industries, business strategies, governmental policies and tourism. Admission Requirements Candidates shall possess: a general secondary education. The admission is conditional on the assessment by an appointed commission, which will evaluate the applicants on the basis of: academic merit (transcript of records from school); curriculum vitae; Letter of statement or motivation letter; English language certificate B2 level (to be provided before the beginning of second year). For Non-EU citizens, an annual quota of places is set each year, (according to terms and conditions stated by the Ministry of Foreign Affair, i.e. pre-enrollment at the Italian embassy). Career opportunities Destination manager, tourism planner, hotel and hospitality manager, service manager, marketing manager, conference and event organizer, travel consultant. Postgraduate studies Second cycle degree programmes and first level Masters. INTERNATIONAL ITALI classes are entirely taught in English, by University of Bologna and international professors. ITALI strongly advises students to apply for mobility exchange programmes like Overseas and Erasmus+, from three to twelve months. Scholarship opportunities available [-]

Bachelor's in Bioinformatics

Sapienza University of Rome
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Italy Rome

The Bachelors Programme in Bioinformatics provides undergraduates with advanced knowledge of the molecular and cellular basis of biological systems, the structure and function of biological macromolecules and the cellular processes in which they are involved, analytical and biotechnological tools and mathematical methods, physics and chemistry for biotechnological applications; [+]

The Bachelors Programme in Bioinformatics provides undergraduates with advanced knowledge of the molecular and cellular basis of biological systems, the structure and function of biological macromolecules and the cellular processes in which they are involved, analytical and biotechnological tools and mathematical methods, physics and chemistry for biotechnological applications; good computational and bioinformatics expertise, also for the organization, construction and access to databases, in particular for the analysis of genomes, proteomes and metabolomi; knowledge of the basic techniques in the various fields of biotechnology for the industry and the environment. Graduates in Bioinformatics must: Master specific technological platforms in the field of genetics and proteomics, design and develop new biologically active molecules, even with the use of nanostructured materials, techniques of fermentation and bioconversion for the production of metabolites, proteins of interest, and renewable energy sources, techniques purification and analysis of biomolecules; development of monitoring and environmental remediation processes; Understand the basic aspects of operational processes in the industrial design of biotechnological products, in compliance with ecocompatibilty processes; Possess advanced knowledge of patent systems and on technology transfer procedures; Be fluent in written and spoken English and Italian with reference to disciplinary lexicons; Be able to work autonomously, also taking on responsibility for projects and structures; Be qualified to carry out basic and applied research, promotion and scientific development and technological innovation, professional activity and project in areas related to biotechnology disciplines; Understand regulations related to bioethics, the validation/certification of products/biotechnological processes, the protection of inventions, and safety in biotechnology. [-]

Bachelor of Fine Arts Drawing and Paintings / Italian Fine Arts

Accademia Europea di Firenze - European Academy of Florence
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Italy Florence

Students of Drawing and Paintings master the fundamentals, vary materials and techniques, study color theory, and play with form, structure, proportion. The BFA program prepares students for professional careers in art, focusing on bidimensional art Drawing / Painting Track. [+]

Bachelors in Italy 2017. Since the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, Florence has been one of the capitals of drawing and paintings disciplines. Masterpieces of artists such Giotto, Botticelli, Leonardo Da Vinci and Michelangelo are only the highlights of an incredibly rich visual arts tradition that still is very present and a constant inspiration all over the city. Students of Drawing and Paintings master the fundamentals, vary materials and techniques, study color theory, and play with form, structure, proportion. The BFA program prepares students for professional careers in art, focusing on bidimensional art Drawing / Painting Track. This practice-based course develops the student's ability to express ideas through painting and drawing and is supported by an integrated theory program. This enables them to explore personal ideas, develop an artistic language and understand the cultural position of their work in relation to historical and contemporary painting starting from the European and the Italian styles and fundamentals. Florence and the Renaissance period are the ground for the exchange of ideas and for the independent thinking, arriving to consolidate sound intellectual and practical skills. The course is taught by practicing painters and theorists in excellent spacious studios, within a lively art school community. Internationally known visiting speakers enrich the curriculum. Students complete their studies by participating in the School of The Arts degree exhibitions. First Year Critical Studies Foundation 2D Foundation Drawing 1 Studio Drawing I Foundation MediaI History of Drawing and Painting Italian Language A1 Foundation 3D History of Art and Design Introduction to Painting History of the Italian Art and Costume Painting Techniques I Italian Language A2 Second Year Anatomical Study I Drawing History of Architecture Painting Techniques II Patrons, Artist and Identity in Florentine Renaissance Art Studio Drawing II Italian Language B1 Critical Thinking - Art Introduction to Semiotics of the Arte Theory of Perception Advanced Drawing / Painting Seminar Anatomical Study II History of the Italian Landscape of the Arte Italian Language B2 Third Year Ideation and Process Reading and Writing Advanced Drawing Seminar II Professional Practice of FA I Senior Project and Portfolio Development I Aesthetic Italian Language C1 Philosophy of the Art Artist's Book Contemporary Artist Practice Professional Practice of FA II Senior Project and Portfolio Development II Italian Language C2 Capstone Experience - Major Project Psychology of Art Senior Project and Portfolio Development II Art Pedagogy Art Theraphy Educational Psychology and Exceptional Learners Italian Language C2 Capstone Experience - Major Project [-]

Bachelor Degree in Gastronomic Science

University of Parma
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Italy Parma

COURSE STRUCTURE DIAGRAM WITH CREDITS [+]

Official Program Description COURSE STRUCTURE DIAGRAM WITH CREDITS PERCORSO COMUNE (curriculum) Year of study: 1 BIOCHEMISTRY - 4 CFU - BASIC COMPULSORY SUBJECTS Biology - 10 CFU BIOLOGY - 6 CFU - BASIC COMPULSORY SUBJECTS Chemistry - 10 CFU - BASIC COMPULSORY SUBJECTS ENGLISH CERTIFICATION LEVEL B1 - 1 CFU - A FOREIGN LANGUAGE, FINAL EXAMINATION FOOD AND COMMUNICATION - 8 CFU - SUPPLEMENTARY COMPULSORY SUBJECTS FOOD HISTORY AND CULTURE - 6 CFU - SUPPLEMENTARY COMPULSORY SUBJECTS IMAGE OF FOOD IN CONTEMPORARY CULTURE - 6 CFU - SUPPLEMENTARY COMPULSORY SUBJECTS MARKETING - 6 CFU - COMPULSORY SUBJECTS, CHARACTERISTIC OF THE CLASS Mathematics and Physics applied to Gastronomy - 10 CFU - BASIC COMPULSORY SUBJECTS Origin and development of food systems - 6 CFU - SUPPLEMENTARY COMPULSORY SUBJECTS Year of study: 2 ANIMAL PRODUCTION - 6 CFU - COMPULSORY SUBJECTS, CHARACTERISTIC OF THE CLASS ECONOMICS OF THE AGRI-FOOD SYSTEM - 9 CFU - COMPULSORY SUBJECTS, CHARACTERISTIC OF THE CLASS Food and Beverages 1 - 6 CFU - COMPULSORY SUBJECTS, CHARACTERISTIC OF THE CLASS FOOD HYGIENE - 6 CFU - COMPULSORY SUBJECTS, CHARACTERISTIC OF THE CLASS FOOD MICROBIOLOGY - 6 CFU - COMPULSORY SUBJECTS, CHARACTERISTIC OF THE CLASS GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY - 6 CFU - COMPULSORY SUBJECTS, CHARACTERISTIC OF THE CLASS General Microbiology and Microbiology of the food - 12 CFU PLANT CULTURE - 12 CFU - COMPULSORY SUBJECTS, CHARACTERISTIC OF THE CLASS Trasformazioni Molecolari negli Alimenti e Composti di Neoformazione - 9 CFU - COMPULSORY SUBJECTS, CHARACTERISTIC OF THE CLASS Year of study: 3 Alcoholic, nonalcoholic beverage and nerve foods - 6 CFU - COMPULSORY SUBJECTS, CHARACTERISTIC OF THE CLASS FINAL EXAM - 5 CFU - A FOREIGN LANGUAGE, FINAL EXAMINATION Food and Beverages 2 - 12 CFU Food of animal origin, oils, fats and conserves - 6 CFU - COMPULSORY SUBJECTS, CHARACTERISTIC OF THE CLASS Human nutrition and dietetics - 10 CFU - COMPULSORY SUBJECTS, CHARACTERISTIC OF THE CLASS Inspection of foods - 6 CFU - COMPULSORY SUBJECTS, CHARACTERISTIC OF THE CLASS INTERNSHIP - 6 CFU - Altro Microbiology of processed foods - 6 CFU - COMPULSORY SUBJECTS, CHARACTERISTIC OF THE CLASS [-]

Bachelor degree in Economics and Banking

University of Siena
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Italy Siena

The three-year programme in Economics and Banking addresses the fundamentals of financial intermediation within the banking industry, insurance sector and financial markets by providing a sound training in all the core economic disciplines and other social sciences, such as history and law. In this regard, the programme examines how financial institutions and markets function with a particular attention to the micro- and macro-economic dimensions. The programme has been designed by focusing on resources allocation under uncertainty, corporate financing and investment decisions, insurance and risk management,the functioning and regulation of financial markets within a broader institutional and social framework. [+]

Bachelors in Italy 2017. Language: English (Level B2 required) Numerus clausus: No The three-year program in Economics and Banking addresses the fundamentals of financial intermediation within the banking industry, insurance sector and financial markets by providing a sound training in all the core economic disciplines and other social sciences, such as history and law. In this regard, the program examines how financial institutions and markets function with a particular attention to the micro- and macro-economic dimensions. The program has been designed by focusing on resources allocation under uncertainty, corporate financing and investment decisions, insurance and risk management,the functioning and regulation of financial markets within a broader institutional and social framework. Graduates in Economics and Banking will develop skills in understanding economic and financial phenomena and have a strong hold on all the core skills required for the analysis of economic issues and of data. Graduates will also attain a significant advantage for progressing to a number of graduate courses and, in particular, for the two MSc programs in Economics and Finance taught in English at Siena as well as for the two-year program in Accounting and Management (AMa) of the MSc in Management and Governance. Study plan 2015/16 Course year: 1 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 9 credits - Supplementary compulsory subjects ECONOMIC HISTORY 9 credits - Basic compulsory subjects POLITICAL ECONOMY 9 credits - Compulsory subjects, characteristic of the class PRINCIPLES OF MATHEMATICS 9 credits - Basic compulsory subjects PUBLIC LAW 9 credits - Compulsory subjects, characteristic of the class STATISTICS 9 credits - Compulsory subjects, characteristic of the class Course year: 2 ACCOUNTING 9 credits - Supplementary compulsory subjects CORPORATE FINANCE 9 credits - Compulsory subjects, characteristic of the class ENGLISH FOR BUSINESS AND FINANCE (BASIC) 6 credits - Various educational activities FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS 9 credits - Compulsory subjects, characteristic of the class MACROECONOMICS (BASIC) 9 credits - Compulsory subjects, characteristic of the class MICROECONOMICS (BASIC) 9 credits - Compulsory subjects, characteristic of the class PRIVATE LAW 9 credits - Basic compulsory subjects Course year: 3 FITNESS' FRENCH LANGUAGE B1 6 credits - Various educational activities BANKING MANAGEMENT 9 credits - Basic compulsory subjects BUSINESS LAW 9 credits - Basic compulsory subjects COMPUTER TOOLS 6 credits - Various educational activities ECONOMICS OF MONEY AND BANKING 9 credits - Compulsory subjects, characteristic of the class FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS MANAGEMENT 9 credits - Basic compulsory subjects FINANCIAL MARKETS (BASIC) 9 credits - Compulsory subjects, characteristic of the class GERMAN LANGUAGE TEST B1 6 credits - Various educational activities INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS 9 credits - Compulsory subjects, characteristic of the class INTERNSHIP 6 credits - Various educational activities OTHERS AT STUDENT'S CHOICE 12 credits - Optional subjects SPANISH LANGUAGE TEST B1 6 credits - Various educational activities THESIS 3 credits - A foreign language, final examination Access requirements (Qualifications): 1 -TITLE OF SUPERIOR SCHOOL Before the admission to the undergraduate degree program, a national preliminary test for assessing the basic knowledge for economic studies has to be done. Test contents regard in particular verbal comprehension, maths and logic reasoning. English assessment will be done with a specific preliminary test prepared by University languages office. Negative tests results imply a learning debt , that defines additional educational duties both for Maths and English. Application: Applications will be possible through an online procedure. The candidate will fill a form with all its details and will receive an admission letter that will have to be brought at the Italian Embassy in the country of origin to start the pre enrollment procedure. Fee: Tuition fee for a bachelor degree can be up to 1854 (maximum amount) euros for liberal arts programmes per academic year but part of the fee is based on the family income and students are required to produce an official declaration of the economic status of the family unit for the previous year issued by the home country tax office, legally translated into Italian with the Embassy/Consulate duty stamps. Tuition fees have to be paid in three different moments: the first part when you complete the enrolment procedure, the second in January, the third part in May. Scholarship and accommodation Scholarship and accomodation are not granted by the University itself but by the DSU and are based on family income and merit. Call for scholarship and accomodation is usually out in the month each year so we advice you should keep an eye on their website www.dsu-toscana.it Contacts International Place -Sportello integrato internazionale Università di Siena Via Banchi di Sotto, 55 53100 -Siena (Italia) Tel. +39 0577 232293/2034 e-mail internationalplace@unisi.it Facebook Fan Page: International Place Università di Siena [-]