Inter-University Degree Course with Università di Pisa.
LM-81 Sciences for cooperation and development
Peace building (Università di Pisa)
Humanitarian cooperation (Università di Pisa)
Cooperation and civil protection (Università di Pisa)
Peaceful regulation of conflicts and terrorism (Brescia)
REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION TO THE COURSE
Admission to the Second Cycle Degree Course in Peace Sciences, Conflict Transformation and Development Cooperation for Italian or foreign students (EU or non-EU), with a foreign or Italian study qualification, is subject to an assessment process designed to verify the suitability of the candidate; the process is based on ascertaining the curricular requirements and ensuring the student is suitably prepared, bearing in mind the learning goals and the process followed to obtain the Second Cycle Degree.
Applications for the Second Cycle Degree Course is open to students without grade debits, who hold any First Cycle degree (or four-year from the former system) and who have earned at least the following credits in the course of their studies:
9 CFUs (Academic credits) in legal fields (IUS),
9 CFUs (Academic credits) in economic fields (SECS-P and/or SECS-S),
6 CFUs (Academic credits) in each of the historical/anthropological (M-STO 01, 02, 03, 04; M- DEA 01) and sociological fields (SPS 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12)
and hold English certification to a minimum level of B1.
Where a greater number of CFUs is held in the above fields, or where CFUs are held in different fields, they may be taken into account for validating both obligatory and optional exams in the course. A Commission appointed by the Programme Board will assess the personal preparation standard of each candidate and conduct a personal interview. The possible outcomes are as follows:
(a) unconditional admission;
(b) admission subject to acquiring educational credits deemed essential, as per the guidelines supplied by the Commission;
(c) no admission.