Advice and guidance

After completing the undergraduate degree course, there are two options for completing your education: a graduate degree course, to deepen and specialise your knowledge, or a University specialising Master, to perfect your skills and get closer to the world of work.

The graduate degree requires the acquisition of 120 ECTS
Almost all University Master's require the acquisition of 60 ECTS

Graduate degree programmes

A two-year programme to gain specific knowledge through qualified theoretical and methodological training. The courses are more advanced than those in the undergraduate programme and provide professional skills.

Compare study plans: getting to know the University's educational proposal is the first step towards choosing the course that best suits your professional project.

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University Master

Professional training, interactive teaching and frequent field training opportunities. They are divided into first-level masters, after the undergraduate degree, and second-level masters, after the graduate degree.