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Master’s degree in Comparative European and Non-European Languages and Literatures
Partner University: Università A Coruña (Spain).
Who it’s for: all interested students; no enrolment in a specific curriculum is required.
How to apply: there are no specific application rounds, i.e. it is always possible to apply.
Study period abroad:Spanish students are expected to take part in the exchange in the first semester of their second year. Italian students, on the other hand, are expected to spend the second semester of their second year in Spain where, in addition to taking their exams, they will need to present their dissertation.
For their semester in Spain, University of Verona students can receive financial support from the University of Verona by applying under the Erasmus call for applications, published annually between the end of January and the beginning of February. There are 5 scholarships available each year.
Erasmus admission requirements: in order to apply for financial support under the Erasmus call for applications, students must have gained the amount of CFU credits required for their first year of study, and must be fluent in Spanish (C1 level).
Master’s degree in Tradition and Interpretation of Literary Texts
Partner University: Universitat Augsburg (Germany).
Who it’s for: students enrolled in the International Curriculum.
How to apply: students wishing to enrol are required to submit their application by completing a specific form (available online) and attaching their CV, by 30 June before the beginning of the first year of the degree programme.
International Curriculum admission requirements: in order to be admitted to the International Curriculum, students must have gained the required CFU credits and passed the computer-based German language test (B1 level). Students must have met the above requirements by the enrolment deadline.
Study period abroad: all students spend the first year in Italy and the second year in Germany, including the period for working on their dissertation. Each student will be assigned two dissertation supervisors (one in Italy and one in Germany), and there will be two distinct graduation ceremonies. For their second year, University of Verona students can receive financial support from their University by applying under the Erasmus call for applications, published annually between the end of January and the beginning of February. There are 4 scholarships currently available.
Erasmus admission requirements: in order to apply for financial support under the Erasmus call for applications, students must have gained at least 42 CFU credits – including a full B2 level of German – by September in their first year.
Interuniversity Master’s degree in Historical Sciences (Verona/Trento)
Partner University: Technische Universität Dresden (Germany).
Interuniversity Master’s degree in Quaternary, Prehistory and Archaeology (Ferrara/Modena and Reggio Emilia/Trento/Verona)
Partner University: Université de Toulouse Jean Jaurès (France).
Interuniversity Master's degree in Viticulture, Oenology and the Wine Market (Udine/Padova/Verona/Bolzano)
Partner University: Hochschule Geisenheim University (Germany).