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History and Oriental Studies

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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-84 - History
  • Degree Programme Director Nicoletta Celli
  • Degree type One or more curricula provide 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

The curricula of this 2nd cycle degree programme produce historians with complete knowledge of the epistemological foundations of historical research, a solid command of historical method and general knowledge of world history from its origins to modern times. Graduates will have specialised knowledge of a general and European historic period (ancient world, the Middle Ages, modern or contemporary), or in the history of culturally defined areas of Asia and Africa. The programme curricula are suitably designed to respond to these specialisations. The course units allow students to… Read more

Admission requirements

Curricular requirements: To be able to profitably complete the 2nd cycle degree programme in Historical and Oriental Sciences, students must have acquired: - A strong general command of the categories, instruments and languages of historical subjects, and the ability to analyse and contextualise one or more categories of original documents and sources on a specific topic or chronological period of reference; - Critical knowledge of ancient, medieval, modern and contemporary history, in order to tackle pertinent historiographical discussions; - Ability to communicate orally and in… Read more