M.A.Degree in Global Politics and Euro-Mediterranean Relations

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Double Degree Programme



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  • I am a foreign student. Which are the deadlines for admission and enrollement in GLOPEM.   

The Italian Ministry of Education (MIUR) yearly issues the deadline for pre-enrollment application procedure for foreign citizens.

  • I am an Italian national but I have got a foreign academic qualifications. Which admission procedure do I follow?   

Italian citizens with foreign academic qualifications are admitted to the University under the same conditions as other Italian students. The only difference concerns certification of the foreign academic qualifications. Please, visit the dedicated section Italian citizens with foreign academic qualifications

  • Are there exceptions ot the rule of mandatory attendance to the Master classes

The active participation of the students in interactive classes is the reason for the rule of mandatory attendance. However, the student is allowed to miss up to the 30% of the classes of each single course. Exemption is full in case of periods of stages and study abroads under the due authorization of the Master Course Board.

  • How much is the fee?

The Masters tuition fees include Enrolment fees (Euro 419,62) and contributions. Contributions are  calculated on the basis of the student income as self-certificated and the I.C.E.
(Indicator of Economic Conditions) table. For a detailed description check the dedicated section of the GLOPEM web site at: /europa/glopem/Fees_scholarhships.htm

  • Is there a list of topics addressed at the admission test?

The admission test will concern topics in the fields of Political Science, Comparative Politics, and International Relations; Contemporary History; International History; History of Africa; Economic and political Geography; History of Political Thought; Comparative political economy and social policy; Political Philosophy. University texts can be used for such purpose.

  • Is it obligatory to have italian language level certificate for this program?

Italian language level certificate must  not be delivered for Master programmes entirely taught in English (as GLOPEM), provided that different rules are not mentioned in the annual call.