Coordinators: Simona Beretta, Riccardo Redaelli
Tenured teaching staff: Pietro Luca Azzaro, Sara Balestri, Mireno Berrettini, Cristina Bon, Luca Gino Castellin, Patrizia Catellani, Floriana Cerniglia, Fausto Colombo, Silvio Cotellessa, Mario Agostino Maggioni, Mauro Megliani, Martino Mazzoleni, Enrica Patrizia Neri, Vittorio Emanuele Parsi, Cristina Pasqualini, Gianluca Pastori, Fausta Pellizzari, Andrea Santini, Villa Valentina, Laura Zanfrini
The graduate degree programme in European and International Policies aims to provide adequate cognitive tools, in a world undergoing rapid change, to understand the plurality of political, economic, institutional and social phenomena that characterise the international system and which are characterised by an increasing systemic complexity. This objective requires a distinctly multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approach in which economic, legal, political, psychosociological and historical disciplines find their place. On the one hand, the graduate programme consolidates the typical nature of the classic training programme in Political Sciences and International Relations, from which it takes up the founding characteristics and strengths; on the other hand, it represents a useful complement to other undergraduate programmes focused on more circumscribed aspects of the international reality (economic, linguistic, historical-cultural dimensions).