To attend the master’s program, candidates must have acquired a Bachelor’s Degree (Laurea Triennale), in Italy or abroad, in one of the following, yet not limited to, scientific fields: geography; cultural heritage; history; education; environmental sciences; sociology; political sciences; international relations; international cooperation; statistics; urban studies; regional planning; topography and cartography.
Candidates with a degree in a field other than geography should demonstrate, through their transcript and eventually an interview, to possess sufficient geographical knowledge and competences.
Moreover, candidates must demonstrate fluency in English language, proved by a certificate of B2 level or above. In the case of the impossibility to provide such a document, the selection committee will evaluate the applicant’s capacity of English language through the interview.
Candidates who have any doubts regarding their eligibility are warmly encouraged to contact the Professor in charge of admissions (Matteo Puttilli) for a first assessment of their academic profiles.