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International Degree Programmes

Following its internationalisation process and through specific agreements with the foreign academic institutions involved, the University of Florence can offer the following programmes in academic year 2016-2017:

 

Joint degree or double degree

These are two possible ways to earn a degree "integrated" with a foreign university. The "integrated" programme entails a inter-university degree ruled by a specific agreement between the two universities.

In case the outcome is a joint title, students are issued a single diploma signed jointly by both institutions. Alternatively, depending on the reciprocal agreements, for the same kind of title students can also be issued with two diplomas (double diploma mode).
In programmes that feature the issue of a double title, each of the two institutions supply a separate national diploma.
 

Programmes issuing a joint degree

School of Law

  • Single Cycle Degree in Italian and French Law (Laurea Magistrale a ciclo unico LMG/01)
    Offered since a.y. 2000-2001, as a result of an agreement between the University of Florence and Université de Paris I-Panthéon Sorbonne this programme will issue a combined bachelor and master degree in Law and Maîtrise et Master 2 en Droits français et italien. The course aims to equip future jurists with the skills to deal in more than one judicial system and to work in a European or worldwide environment. The curriculum entails the attendance of the first two years at the University of Florence and the following years at Université de Paris I-Panthéon Sorbonne.
    Access to the programme is ruled by a specific public announcement published yearly by the School of Law on the Official Register of the University of Florence and on the school's website. Detailed information on the programme and its enrolment procedure can be found here.
  • Single Cycle Degree in Italian and German Law (Laurea Magistrale a ciclo unico LMG/01)
    Offered from a.y. 2015-2016, as a result of an agreement between the University of Florence and Universität zu Köln, this programme will issue a combined Bachelor and Master Degree in Law (Laurea Magistrale in Giurisrudenza LMG/01) a Bachelor of Laws and Master of Laws - German and Italian Laws. The course aims to equip future jurists with the skills to deal in more than one judicial system and to work in a European or worldwide environment. The curriculum entails the attendance of the first two years at the University of Florence and the following years at Universität zu Köln. Access to the programme is ruled by a specific public announcement published yearly by the School of Law on the Official Register of the University of Florence and on the school's website. Detailed information on the programme and its enrolment procedure can be found here
Read all details on the Student Regulations (Manifesto degli studi) section 3, para. 5.1 - in Italian

 

First Cycle (Bachelor's) Programmes issuing a double degree

The participating academic institutions issue at the same time the two national diploma titles, following specific reciprocal agreements that entail the completion of an integrated curriculum of the same length as the single ones offered by the respective countries. The entire course is offered by both institutions, then on the basis of specific agreements, students participate to international mobility programmes on an exchange basis in order to qualify for the issue of the double degree from the partner university.

School of Engineering (Ingegneria)

  • Civil and Environmental Engineering (Degree code L-7) /Bachelor of Environmental and Resources Engineering in agreement with the University of "Sts Cyril and Methodius" in Skopje (Macedonia). Each academic year admission is open to five students for each institution. Students need to gain at least 30 credits at the partner university. Access to the programme is ruled by a specific public announcement published yearly by the School of Engineering on its website.  Detailed information on the course here


School of Humanities and Education (Studi Umanistici e della Formazione)

  • Languages, Literatures and Intercultural Studies (Degree code L-11) Curriculum: Italian-German bilateral studies / Bachelor Deutsch-Italienische Studien in agreement with Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität in Bonn
    Each academic year admission is open to no more than twenty students for each institution. Students need to gain at least 48 credits at the partner university. Access to the programme is ruled by a specific public announcement published yearly by the School of Humanities and Education on its website.  Detailed information on the course here
  • Languages, Literatures and Intercultural Studies (Degree code L-11) Curriculum: Italian-Hungarian bilateral studies / Romanisztika alapszak (BA) Olasz szakirả̕̕ny/Magyar alapszak (BA), in agreement with Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem in Budapest.
    Each academic year admission is open to no more than twelve students for each institution. Students need to gain at least 60 credits at the partner university. Access to the programme is ruled by a specific public announcement published yearly by the School of Humanities and Education on its website. Detailed information on the course here

Second Cycle (Master's) Programmes issuing a double degree

School of Economics and Management

  • Finance and Risk Management (Degree Code LM-16) / Finance and Accounting
    In agreement with the Warsaw School of Economics (Poland).
    In each academic year admission is open to up to five students for each institution. Students need to gain at least 60 credits at the partner university.
    Access to the programme is ruled by a specific public announcement published by the School of Economics and Management on its website.

School of Engineering (Ingegneria)

  • Environmental Engineering (Degree code LM-35) / Master in Geoenvironmental Engineering
    In agreement with the Polytechnic University of Tirana (Albania)
    In each academic year admission is open to five students for each institution. Students need to gain at least 30 credits at the partner university. Access to the programme is ruled by a specific public announcement published yearly by the School of Engineering on its website.
  • Environmental Engineering (LM-35) / Master in Environmental Protection Engineering
    In agreement with the University of Novi Sad (Serbia)
    Each academic year admission is open to five students for each institution. Students need to gain at least 30 credits at the partner university. Access to the programme is ruled by a specific public announcement published yearly by the School of Engineering on its website.
  • Environmental Engineering (LM-35) / Master in Environmental and Resources Engineering
    In agreement with the University of "Sts Cyril and Methodius" in Skopje (Macedonia)
    In each academic year admission is open to five students for each institution. Students need to gain at least 30 credits at the partner university. Access to the programme is ruled by a specific public announcement published yearly by the School of Engineering on its website.

School of Humanities and Education (Studi Umanistici e della Formazione)

  • Modern Philology (Degree code LM-14) curriculum: Renaissance Studies / Master Renaissance Studien
    In agreement with Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität in Bonn
    In each academic year admission is open to no more than twenty students for each institution. Students need to gain at least 30 credits at the partner university. Access to the programme is ruled by a specific public announcement published yearly by the School of Humanities and Education on its website.  Detailed information on the course here.
  • European and American Languages and Literatures (LM-37) Curriculum: Studi bilaterali italo-tedeschi / Master Deutsch-Italienische Studien
    In agreement with Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität in Bonn
    In each academic year admission is open to no more than fifteen students for each institution. Students need to gain at least 24 credits at the partner university. Access to the programme is ruled by a specific public announcement published yearly by the School of Humanities and Education on its website. Detailed information on the course here
  • European and American Languages and Literatures (LM-37) Curriculum: Studi bilaterali italo-ungheresi / Magyar Nyelv és Irodalom mesterszak (MA)/Olasz Nyelv, Irodalom és Kultúra mesterszak (MA)/Irodalom- és Kultúratudomány mesterszak (MA)
    In agreement with Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem di Budapest 
    In each academic year admission is open to no more than eight students for each institution. Students need to gain at least 60 credits at the partner university. Access to the programme is ruled by a specific public announcement published yearly by the School of Humanities and Education on its website. Detailed information on the course here.

 

School of Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences (Scienze Matematiche, Fisiche e Naturali)

  • Mathematics (Degree code LM-40) / Master in Mathematics
    In agreement with Universidad Complutense de Madrid
    In each academic year admission is open to no more than five students for each institution. Students need to gain at least 30 credits at the partner university. Access to the programme is ruled by a specific public announcement published yearly by the School of Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences on its website.
  • Chemical Sciences (Degree Code LM-54) / Master en Quimica Avanzada
    In agreement with Universidad de Burgos (Spain).
    In each academic year admission is open to no more than five students for each institution. Students need to gain at least 30 credits at the partner university. Access to the programme is ruled by a specific public announcement published yearly by the School of Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences on its website.

 

School of Political Sciences “Cesare Alfieri” (Scienze Politiche)

  • International Relations and European Studies (Degree codes LM-52 and LM-90) / Master in International Affairs
    In agreement with Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University)
    The number of students admitted to the programme is variable, as long as the exchanges between the two institutions are balanced and reciprocal. Florentine students will complete their first year of studies in Florence and their second year in Moscow, gaining at least 60 credits from MGIMO University.Access to the programme is ruled by a specific public announcement published yearly by the School of Political Sciences "Cesare Alfieri" on its website.  Detailed information about the course here

 

Read all details on the Student Regulations (Manifesto degli studi) section 3, para. 5.1 - in Italian 
last update: 21-Feb-2017
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