Candidates are required to:
1. have earned an undergraduate degree in a three-year Bachelor course
in the area of Social and Human Studies.
Candidates who are still studying during the admission process may be given
a conditional offer subject to the completion of their degree requirements
November 2014 or 10 March 2015.
2. have knowledge of English certified by an international certification, or
proved by an exam passed in the Bachelor degree course (Italian grade 27/30
or a grade equivalent to level B1 of the Council of Europe scale).
All candidates are enrolled to the Master upon passing the admission
The colloquium is about
motivation, interest and knowledge about the object of the Master programme. (See the
Suggested Reading List).
1st August 2014.
Enrolment (by the applicants that passed the colloquium)
by October 2, 2014
Suggested Reading List
This list is by no means mandatory. Any good Undergraduate Course textbook
meets with the knowledge required to the successful result of the
International Relations and EU Politics
(2011), The global political system, Palgrave, or Attiną F. (2003),
Il sistema politico globale. Introduzione alle relazioni internazionali,
Hix Simon and
Bjorn Hoyland (2011), The political system of the European Union, London,
or Attiną Fulvio e Natalicchi Giorgio (2010), LUnione Europea. Governo,
istituzioni e politiche, Bologna, Il Mulino.
Global History and
History of Africa
(2006), The New Global History, Rotledge or A. Giovagnoli
(2003), Storia e globalizzazione, Laterza.
Ilan Pappé (2010), The
Modern Middle East, London and New York, Routledge.
History of Political Thought and Political Philosophy
(1995), "A History of Democracy in Europe" from Montesquieu to 1989,
CET or Mastellone S. (2006), "Storia della Democrazia in Europa" dal
XVIII al XX secolo, UTET.
W. (2001), Contemporary Political Philosophy: An Introduction.
Oxford: OUP or
Kimlicka W., Introduzione alla filosofia politica contemporanea,
Feltrinelli; oppure. S. Veca, La filosofia politica, Laterza