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Archaeology and Cultures of the Ancient World

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  • Programme type Laurea Magistrale (Second cycle degree/Two year Master - 120 ECTS)
  • Place of teaching Bologna
  • Language Italian, English
  • Type of access Open access with assessment of personal competencies
  • Degree Programme Class LM-2 - Archaeology
  • Degree Programme Director Maurizio Cattani
  • Degree type Double/Multiple degree
  • Learning activities Course structure diagrams

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Welcome day 2019/2020 for incoming exchange students (Erasmus, Overseas, etc.)

Welcome day 2019/2020 for incoming exchange students (Erasmus, Overseas, etc.)

19th September 2019, 11 am - Classroom VI on the ground floor - Via Zamboni, 38 – Bologna

Erasmus and Overseas students in anthropology  archaeology, art, cinema, communication, digital humanities, geography, history, humanities, music, philology, philosophy, semiotic, theatre are invited to take part.

Information will be provided on: registration, degree programmes, teaching activities, lesson timetable, study plan, Learning Agreement, exams.

Programme aims

Second cycle graduates are skilled in the new methodologies and techniques of archaeology and in traditional historical,philological and artistic disciplines. Students of the 2nd cycle degree programme must have at least basic knowledge of the languages, cultures and histories of the Greek and Roman worlds, the Near East and at least one modern European language. At the end of the two-year programme,graduates will have learned: - advanced scientific, theoretical,methodological and practical knowledge of humanistic fields (specifically the classical languages, history and history of art… Read more

Admission requirements

Curricular requirements: Admission requirements and assessment ofknowledge To be admitted to the M.A. in Archaeology and culture of the ancient world students must hold a BA or equivalent degree (1st cycle degree) preferably from a programme in archaeology or one related toarchaeology (such as anthropology or classical studies, with a concentration inarchaeology and ancient history). Students lacking sufficient preparation inarchaeology will be required to take courses to make up the deficiency. The courses are generally taught and examined in Italian. To be able to profitably follow… Read more