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MA Degree Programme in Human Rights and Multi-level Governance (HRG)

MA Applications for the A.Y. 2018/2019
Admission results (foreign qualifications)

Admission notice for candidates with Italian qualification
Pre-enrolment application before 10th September 2018

Admission notice ONLY for:
- EU citizens with a foreign (non Italian) degree
- and for non-EU citizens residing in Italy with a foreign (non Italian) degree
Pre-enrolment application before 12th June 2018


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

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The Master’s degree course provides students with the knowledge and the competences required to protect and promote human rights in multi-level governance contexts, locally to internationally. Students develop the capabilities and skills necessary to analyse, assess and manage complex political and socio-economic phenomena and their impact on the fundamental rights of all persons, mainly the most vulnerable ones.

The scientific and value-based paradigm adopted is rooted in the principles of the international law of human rights, according to a trans-national and trans-cultural approach. The course is inherently multi-disciplinary and nurtures students’ interdisciplinary abilities.

The normal duration of the course is two years and requires 120 university credits (or CFUs). The Master degree in Human Rights and Multi-level Governance will be awarded upon completion of the course. All teaching courses are taught in English.

Further information

Educational offer (A.Y. 2017/2018)
http://en.didattica.unipd.it/off/2017/LM/EP/EP1980
Admission notice (entry requirements and procedures) and MA HRG course catalogue (courses calendar and syllabus).

Extra-curricular activities
Extra-curricular activities are nonetheless part of the cultural and educational initiatives addressed to HRG students: Padua Human Rights Laboratory, Study Trip, Intensive courses, Simulation exercise, Humanitarian Law and Red Cross.

 

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Last update

12/4/2018

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