Università di Udine
Università degli Studi di Udine
At the University of Udine a series of courses is also taught in English !
Although Udine is a small city with about 100,000 inhabitants, it offers all those opportunities typical of bigger centers: traditional “osterie” (eateries), pubs, wine bars, cafes, restaurants, pizzerias, theaters, cinemas, discos, museums, and shopping malls among the biggest in Europe.
Anyone who studies in Udine (in the Region Friuli-Venezia Giulia) not only has the advantage of a series of dedicated services (laboratories on study methods and anxiety management, mindfulness laboratories, virtual desks/windows on Facebook, libraries, Wi-Fi, canteens) but can also have experiences that will make his/her time in Udine unique.
About the University of Udine
The University of Udine was founded in 1976.
The University is actively involved in student and staff exchange projects with universities within the EU and is currently engaged in close collaboration with several universities from Eastern Europe and other non-EU countries. Moreover the University participates in many research projects at national and international level. The present number of students enrolled at the University is approx. 17000.
Udine and its University are a point of reference in a region which is historically a meeting place and crossroads of different worlds and cultures. Geographically situated in the centre of the European Union, the University of Udine plays an active role in a close network of relations, committed to sharing its knowledge and ideas. Since its establishment, Udine University has pursued the policy of internationalisation, aimed at preparing students and forging relations and partnerships with universities and institutions in Europe and the rest of the world.
Udine University collaborates not only within Europe but across the globe and has long-standing connections with Africa, India and China.
For general information you can visit the official site of the University of Udine.
Bachelor courses held in English
The University of Udine offers the following programs partially held in English.
A varying number of credits is taught in Italian.
Requirements and evaluation for these programs are to be discussed on a case by case scenario!
• BACHELOR IN PRESERVATION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE
Double Degree with the Université Blaise Pascal (Clermont-Ferrant, France).
The Course will give you knowledge and understanding of archeology, library science and history of art which provide employment as archaeologists, archivists, librarians, art historians in private and public institutions (museums, libraries, archives, research centers, foundations, publishing businesses, restoration centers, etc.). An important part of the Course also involves studying new technologies. There are four curricula: Archeology, Archiving-books, History of Art and Italian-French Studies (with Université Blaise Pascal in Clermont-Ferrand).
You can then find employment in archeology or processing archaeological data, archiving and libraries or the history of art. Other career prospects can be found in study groups, research units, and other initiatives aimed at the preservation of the historical-archaeological heritage, or in activities to promote research in archeology, archiving and library studies or history of art in education, publishing and tourism.
The degree can provide entry to employment and professional roles in the following fields:
– archeology (activities to provide assistance and support in the restoration and maintenance of monuments, archaeological photography, technical drawing for archaeology, operational functions on an excavation site, preparing samples for chemical and physical analyses, classifying and filing findings) or in the processing of archaeological data;
– archiving and libraries (activities relating to the archiving, cataloging and management of data within historical and contemporary archives, belonging to businesses, public libraries or documentation centers, but also in the publishing sector, the book trade and in communication, within cooperatives that manage the cataloging, organization or opening to the public of documentary collections, including for didactic purposes and generally to promote culture);
– history of art (professional activities on various levels within specific institutions, such as cultural heritage boards, museums, etc.; local bodies; service businesses and cooperatives that are active in the fields of cataloging, publishing, organizing exhibitions and cultural events, advertising and communication, including through social media, tourism and promotion of cultural heritage).
Other career prospects can be found in study groups, research units, and other initiatives aimed at the preservation of the historical-archaeological heritage, archives and library heritage, and history of art heritage, or in activities to spread and promote research in archeology, archiving and library studies or history of art in education, publishing and tourism.
• BACHELOR IN VITICULTURE AND OENOLOGY
Double Degree with the Hochschule Geisenheim University (Geisenheim, Germany), the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo (Mendoza, Argentina) and the Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia do Rio Grande do Sul (Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil).
The Course in Viticulture and Oenology will give you a solid university preparation. The study plan is devised on the basis of the guidelines suggested by the Organisation Internationale de la Vigne et du Vin (OIV, Paris), and aims to combine solid theoretical knowledge with practical skills to be used in the labor market. The Course relates mainly to the vine-growing and wine-making industry, with particular focus on the cultivation of vines, grape production, transformation of grapes into wine, quality control, and general economic management of the wine-making production chain.
The University has Conventions with the University of Applied Sciences, Hochschule RheinMain in Wiesbaden – Geisenheim (Germany), the E. Mach Foundation of S. Michele all’Adige (Trento), the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, in Mendoza (Argentina). There are numerous Erasmus agreements with European universities that allow students to do internships and attend courses in other wine-making nations.
After completing the Course you can work in the vine-growing and wine-making field, where you can manage the entire productive chain, from the planting and management of the vineyard to the production and transformation of grapes, quality controls, and marketing. You can also work in food industries specialized in fermented products (i.e., the distilling industry, the brewing industry and, in general, juice fermentation industries).
Graduates in Viticulture and Oenology can work in the vine-growing and wine-making field, where they can manage the entire productive chain, from the planting and agronomic-phytoiatric management of the vineyard to the production and transformation of grapes, quality controls, and marketing. In compliance with Law 10/04/1991 n. 129, the degree enables graduates to have the title of Oenologist, a professional figure who is competent in grape production and transformation, in quality control and marketing. In particular, oenologists can:
– manage and administrate vine-growing and wine-making industries, and provide consultancy for grape production and transformation, and for the aging, preservation, bottling and marketing of wines and derivatives;
– manage and administrate vine-growing and wine-making industries, and provide consultancy especially on the choice of grape variety and planting systems and on the cultivation and phytosanitary aspects of vines;
– manage and carry out vine-growing and wine-making functions for boards, associations and consortiums;
– carry out microbiological, oenochemical and organoleptic analyses of wines and evaluate the results;
– assist in the planning and choice of technologies to be used in the vine-growing systems and establishments;
– organize the distribution, communication, marketing and advertising of grape and wine products
Please contact us for further information.
Master courses held in English
The University of Udine offers one 2-year Master degree program held entirely in English (and some not entirely in English, see below).
A special Italian language and culture intensive summer course is offered to foreign students enrolled at UNIUD.
• INTERNATIONAL CURRICULUM AND MASTER DOUBLE DEGREE IN ECONOMICS
PARTNER UNIVERSITY: Karl-Franzens University, Graz (Austria)
The Master program in Economics aims to provide students with the quantitative and theoretical background and empirical training necessary to develop the analytical skills required to become a theoretical as well as an and applied economist. Graduates will be able to apply state-of-the-art research techniques to real world issues. The background knowledge the course offers to Master students aims to prepare them for qualified
research centers and executive positions in the public sector, financial institutions, consulting firms and other business firms.
The Master’s in Economics will give you a high-level preparation, with the accent on quantitative rather than legal or business aspects, so that you can carry out specialized activities inside Companies, public administrations and international institutions and bodies. A solid preparation in the fundamental courses of economic sciences, with particular attention to a whole series of quantitative and statistical tools, will guarantee those who complete the course an excellent capacity for analyzing and interpreting complex economic phenomena, both national and international.
In keeping with the above objectives, the salient characteristics of the curriculum are:
a) advanced level study of fundamental aspects of microeconomics and macroeconomics;
b) advanced courses in economics, including for example Political economy, Economic policy, Applied economics, Financial Sciences or Economic history;
c) fundamental mathematical and statistical techniques for studying economic phenomena: mathematics, statistics and econometrics;
d) inter-disciplinary preparation, with particular emphasis on financial topics.
With a Master’s in Economics, you will find employment in enterprises, banks or other financial institutions, public administrations, consultancy Companies, research centers and offices (including those in the supervision Authorities). You can find jobs as researchers and graduate technicians in economic, political, social and statistical sciences, specialists in economic sciences and specialists in economic systems.
The following programs are not entirely held in English.
A varying number of credits is taught in Italian.
Requirements and evaluation for these programs are to be discussed on a case by case scenario!
• MASTER DEGREE COURSE IN VITICULTURE, OENOLOGY AND MARKETING
Double Degree with the Hochschule Geisenheim University (Geisenheim, Germany)
The Master’s in Viticulture, Oenology and Marketing will give you a solid and in-depth academic preparation in the fields of economy applied to the wine-making industry and vine-growing, wine-making, oenology and quality control pertaining to grape production and transformation, and marketing the finished products. The Course develops high-level knowledge and skills, to enable you to work efficiently in the labor market.
The inter-University (Udine, Padua and Verona) Master’s in Viticulture, Oenology and Marketing is part of the international EMaVE-Vinifera Consortium. With its partners (SupAgro Montpellier, France; Hochschule RheinMain, Geisenheim, Germany; Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain; Universidade Politecnica in Lisbon, Portugal, and the Universities of Turin, Milan, Palermo, Sassari, and Foggia in Italy), it awards the European Master in Viticulture and Oenology. In the first year lessons are held in English at the University of Montpellier. In the second year, students complete their preparation at one of the other partner universities.
Graduates of this Course will find important positions in the vine-growing and wine-producing industries, where they will have decision-making roles in management and consultancy
• MASTER DEGREE COURSE IN HEALTH BIOTECHNOLOGIES
Double Degree with IMC University of Applied Sciences (Krems, Austria): laurea magistrale in Biotecnologie sanitarie in Udine and Master of Science in Engineering in Krems.
During the Course you will study human genetics, biochemistry, cells and tissues in relation to the main proliferative and morphogenetic features. You will have a deep knowledge of the structure and function of biological macromolecules, and the computational, bio-informatical and experimental methods needed to characterize, analyze and design them, particularly with regard to gene and proteomic approaches. You will study medical and surgical pathologies, congenital or acquired, in which a biotechnological approach can be used, particularly those where innovative molecular technologies can be developed and cell stems applied. You will be able to apply the main methods for identifying, selecting and differentiating stem cells, so they can be applied in repairing/regenerating various organs/tissues in both animals and man. You will help to design the principles of biocompatibility, biological integration and degradation, particularly with regard to molecular and regenerative medicine. You will use the methods of cell and molecular biotechnologies and gene transfer, so as to identify and validate therapeutic targets and innovative diagnostic approaches for molecular medicine, oncology and regenerative medicine. Finally, you will study cell and molecule methods of reproduction biotechnologies, both experimental and clinical.
The Course comprises lessons, seminars, laboratory work, practical internships and an experimental thesis. You will work in a highly specialized laboratory for an appropriate period of time, before the final examination. You will be required to prepare and present reports or projects.
With the academic year 2014/2015 the Convention between the University of Udine and the University of Krems (Austria) comes into effect. The exchange program will culminate in 2 diplomas: Health Biotechnologies in Udine and Master of Science in Engineering in Krems. The IMC University of Applied Sciences in Krems offers students advanced courses in biotechnological techniques, and pays particular attention to industrial methods and development. It offers internships for the Master thesis with Companies in the biotechnological district of both Krems and Vienna, including such important names as Baxter and Boehringer. Those participating in the Convention will finish their studies at the University of Krems and present their thesis there. They will be able to use ERASMUS scholarships.
Some courses in Udine in 2014/2015 will be held in English.
• INTERNATIONAL MASTER JOINT DEGREE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
Double Degree with the Alpen-Adria Universitaet (Klagenfurt, Austria)
The International Magister Degree Course in Computer Science aims to develop a system of education and academic exchange, in a spirit of cooperation at the European level. The Course is offered in inter-university international collaboration with the Alpine-Adriatic University of Klagenfurt (Austria), where some courses will be held. It allows students to obtain a joint degree. At the end of their studies, students will write a thesis in English and discuss it in both universities.
Graduates in the Magister Degree Course in Computer Science are prepared to work with originality, in the fields of research and development; planning; programming; work management; quality control; management, maintenance and verification of software and systems for the generation, transmission and processing of information, in sectors as diverse as: industries, IT and ICT services, public administrations, healthcare, scientific research, environment and territory, culture and cultural goods, multimedia and, in general, all organizations which make use of complex information systems.
The didactic organization of the Course aims at building up the theoretical and methodological bases acquired during the three-year undergraduate Degree in Computer Science, and technical knowledge, so as to prepare graduates to access jobs of technical or managerial responsibility, or to continue their studies at a PhD level or II Level Master, in Italy or abroad.
The advanced technical skills acquired include particularly updated computing disciplines required by the national and international labor market, such as Computer Security, Computer and Network Architecture, Use of Artificial Intelligence systems for the creation, use and management of systems, Workflow and Data Warehouse Systems, Interactive Systems, Computational Linguistics and its Applications.
• MASTER DEGREE COURSE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Double Degree with the Alpen-Adria Universitaet (Klagenfurt, Austria)
The Course is divided into four sectors:
– subjects relating to “Micro-electronic systems” providing specific competences on the technologies of high-speed and high-density circuits, high-performance microprocessors, nano-electronic and opto-electronic devices, sensor networks and electronic systems;
– subjects relating to “Telecommunication systems” providing competences in the field of planning, development and management of telecommunication systems, with regard to components and circuitry, and also signal processing methods;
– subjects relating to “Industrial Automation and Robotics” providing a solid basis in dynamic systems control, with particular reference to robotics. Industrial electronics will also be studied in detail, for the field of robotics and industrial automation;
– subjects relating to “IT and Networks” providing specific competences on the architectures of processing systems, methods for designing hardware and software, operating systems, management and development of databases and detailed aspects of IT security.
You will find employment in the electronics and IT industries, and also in those industries that use electronics to manage their plants or apparatuses. You will work in the fields of micro-electronics, digital electronics and telecommunications.
• MASTER DEGREE COURSE IN EUROPEAN AND INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
Double Degree with the University of Ottawa (Ottawa, Canada) Austrian Literature
Double Degree with the Alpen-Adria Universitaet (Klagenfurt, Austria)
Graduates in European and International Languages and Literatures will have acquired advanced competences in the history of European and International literary civilization in its diverse dimensions (aesthetic, cultural and historical). They will have excellent skills in two foreign languages and cultures and be able to competently use the methodological tools necessary for scientific research in the literary and philological-linguistic fields.
In addition to the educational objectives established by law for the Magister Degree Class 37, graduates will also be able to:
– communicate in their language of study at a C1/C2 level (European Framework of Reference), depending on their language options;
– actively participate, in a foreign language, in a critical-literary, debate, drawing the necessary links with the cultural context and showing autonomy of analysis and judgement;
– plan and organize communicative networks in companies, boards, institutions which work in the specific fields of language, literature and culture;
– mediate between diverse linguistic and cultural systems and harmonize interpersonal and intercultural dynamics originating in situations of ethnic, cultural and linguistic “difference”, through activities which underline the ability to share ideas, projects and actions;
– create and carry out innovative work plans, participating in the preparation and articulation of communication systems in the field of foreign literatures and cultures with a versatile and interdisciplinary approach;
– develop an autonomous and critical work method even in new contexts and autonomously update their disciplinary competences.
The cultural and linguistic instruction of the four major multi-centric languages and literatures (English, French, German and Spanish) has expanded to include cognate languages and literatures as Australian, Canadian, Indian, South-African, Caribbean, Francophone (Quebecoise, African, Maghrebi, of the Indian Ocean), Hispano-American and Austrian. As a result, the University has diverse institutions and centres for international research: The International Centre on Plurilinguism, The Centre for Canadian Culture, The International Centre for Latin-American Studies, and The International Centre for Migrant Literatures. It has also activated a number of international and intercontinental university agreements for the mobility of staff and students within a high quality network of education. In this way examinations held abroad will be credited and recognized as equivalent to examinations given in the home university.
In addition to an adequate number of credits for the two languages studied, the literatures and the cognate literatures, the graduate can personalize his/her study plan by choosing elective courses among groupings of courses, so as to gain in-depth knowledge on either the critical-literary and artistic dimension or the linguistic-philological.
All Language courses and Literature courses present in the study plan are propedeutical. Therefore, students cannot, for instance, take their Language LM II year exam before passing Language LM I. The same applies to Literature courses. Language courses are not propedeutical to Literatures courses and vice versa.
INTERNATIONAL MOBILITY P R O G R A M M E “ G E R M A N STUDIES IN THE INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE ” (AGREEMENT WITH THE U N I V E R S I T Y OF K L A G E N F U R T )
Students enrolled in Magister Degree Course in European and International Languages and Literatures can participate at a higher education programme dedicated to “German Studies in an Intercultural Perspective” (Germanistik im interkulturellen Kontext).
In order to successfully attend the programme, in addition to the admission requirements for the Magister Degree Course, students must have a sound knowledge of German Language and Literature.
Students will have a specifically built study plan (in compliance with the didactic organization of the Course) which comprises a first year of studies in Udine, with courses in German Language, German and Austrian Literatures, Italian Literature, and History of Film and Music, and a second year in Klagenfurt, with courses (mainly seminars) on German and Austrian Literatures, Linguistics, and Language Didactics. The Final Examination consists in discussing a thesis written in German under the joint supervision of two professors, one from the University of Klagenfurt and one from the University of Udine.
This unique programme is regulated by an agreement stipulated between the two universities and allows graduates to obtain a double degree, that of Magister Degree in Italy and that of Magister der Philosophie in Austria. Graduates can thus have professional opportunities in both countries, especially in the planning and actualization of trans-border projects.
Students can apply for a study grant for their period abroad through the Erasmus programme (provided that they have not previously used the grant) or the S.H.A.R.M* programme.
• MASTER DEGREE COURSE IN FILM AND AUDIOVISUAL STUDIES
Double degree with the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3 (Paris, France), the Université de Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense (Paris, France), the Université de Lille 3 (Lille, France), the Université de Liège (Liège, Belgium), the Ruhr Universitaet Bochum (Bochum, Germany), the Goethe Universitaet (Frankfurt am Main, Germany), the Birkbeck College of the University of London (London, Great Bratain), the Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona, Spain) and the Universiteit van Amsterdam (Amsterdam, Holland).
The Course includes digital restoration, archivistics, conservation, and workshops in conservation and restoration. There are close links between the University and local institutions, so you will enjoy internships, research projects, conventions and workshops, enabling you to work in publishing, laboratory work, archiving, museums and scientific research. Local partners include, for example, the Sacile School for Film Music, Silent Film Festival, the Isontino library in Gorizia, Cappella Underground, the Cinema Archive of Friuli Venezia Giulia, to name but a few.Post-graduate careers include musical archives, libraries and multimedia libraries, discographic and cinematographic publishing and radio and television productions.The skills acquired in musicology enable graduates to oversee and manage specialized sections of musical archives, libraries and multimedia libraries; to carry out audio restorations for radio and television productions (film sound tracks, electronic music and recordings of popular traditional music, etc.); to design and create sound management in theaters, auditoriums and cinema staging; to design the sound setting of cultural exhibitions and events; to program theater seasons, presenting and guiding people to the enjoyment of music; to collaborate in the press and legal offices of musical and theater institutions, in the editorial offices of magazines and radio and television programs.You will also be able to work in archives, libraries, multimedia libraries, broadcasting networks, satellite TV, radio and television networks, museums, art galleries and festivals.
• MASTER DEGREE COURSE IN MANAGEMENT ENGINEERING
Double Degree with the University of Applied Sciences FH JOANNEUM (Graz, Austria)
You will study, among other things, how to control variables (quality, time, costs and use of resources), with particular reference to engineering-to-order, marketing problems connected to the commercialization of industrial and instrumental goods, and the fundamental elements of strategic planning. You will also study the basic principles of organization and governance of complex systems, such as socio-technical Company systems, the fundamental concepts and methodologies concerning databases and systems to manage them, aspects of architecture, internal and external integration, costs and benefits of Company information systems.
The Course is connected to an international program organized by the University of Udine and the Fachhochschule (FH) JOANNEUM – University of Applied Science in Graz, Austria. According to the agreement, students of each University receive a minimum number of credits by attending core courses and similar taught by the other University.
The typical professions for graduates are in innovation and development of production, advanced design and planning, management of complex systems both as freelance and in manufacturing industries or services and in public administration. Master’s graduates will find employment at manufacturing enterprises, service enterprises and public administrations for supplying and managing materials, logistics, project management and management control, analysis of industrial sectors, assessment of investments, industrial marketing etc.
• MASTER DEGREE COURSE IN MULTIMEDIACOMMUNICATION AND IT
Double Degree with the Alpen-Adria Universitaet (Klagenfurt, Austria
The Course is held in collaboration with the University of Klagenfurt (Austria). It trains professionals with a thorough knowledge of processes, environments, objects and services designed for interactive machine-mediated communication. You will thus be able to plan and create network systems and services, and to manage the networking sector in the field of multimodal machine-mediated communication in distributed application settings, using embedded devices and pervasive computing. You will also acquire a thorough theoretical knowledge of sharing and using information sources, entertainment (digital TV, interactive TV, interactive cinema, etc.), domotics and control systems. You will study machine-mediated communication (pervasive and/or ubiquitous computing, wearable computing, surveillance etc.) and integrated communication (wireless or cable).
There is a Convention between the University of Udine and the University of Klagenfurt (Austria) so if you enroll in the double degree program you will have to write your thesis in English and discuss it at both universities.
You will thus obtain the degree of “Diplom-Ingenieur” in Computer Science from the University of Klagenfurt and the Master’s in Multimedia Communication and Information Technologies from the University of Udine.
After graduating you will work in the new media and public relations based on the media (Web, radio and digital television, digital cinema, electronic and multimedia publishing, audiovisual communication and advertising, etc.) and information technologies (cell phones, on-line information systems, 3D virtual worlds, web-based multimedia services such as e-business, e-commerce, e-government, e-health, e-learning, etc.).
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