The Master's degree lasts for one academic year for a total of 60 ECTS credits, divided into videolessons, seminars, Interactive Classrooms, tutorials, videoconferences, and research activities. The modules are delivered by video professors, with the assistance of qualified tutors, who will follow students online in the Didactic Cyberspace during the whole training process. Each Module of the Master's Degree concludes with a final assessment test, the result of which concurs in defining the grade for admission to the discussion of the Master's Final Dissertation. The Master's Final Dissertation will be on a topic agreed upon with the teacher of the chosen subject.
The highly qualified teaching staff consists of distinguished university professors, officials from European institutions, experts and other internationally renowned personalities.
Enrollment in the Master's in European Union Studies: Cultures and History, Policies and Global Perspectives is open year-round.
All courses of the Master's in European Union Studies: Cultures and History, Policies and Global Perspectives at the International Telematic University UNINETTUNO are organized in modules, which vary in duration depending on the educational credits awarded to the Module and whose delivery is repeated three times during the Academic Year.
Accanto a te, per sostenerti nel tuo percorso formativo, ci sono due specifiche figure professionali:
- The Mentor, who is in charge of your reception and will offer you support throughout the entire Master's course, listening to your needs and ensuring the best conditions for the fruitful carrying out the Learning Process;
- The Professor/Tutor, specific to each teaching, who has the task of facilitating your online learning path, providing you with the tools to profitably approach the study of the subject.
During the period of delivery of each Module, the Professor/Tutor will follow you in the course of the teaching activity, proposing ad hoc teaching materials, checking your learning progress through follow-up questions and exercises, and planning teaching interactions in Interactive Class, chat, Virtual Classroom and Forum, which you will find on the Tutor Page in the Teaching Cyberspace.
At each course delivery, students can select the courses they wish to take, up to a maximum of three teachings per delivery. The student will immediately have all the teaching materials available for individual study for each of the Master's courses. In addition, during the periods of delivery the student will have the support of the Professor/Tutor, who will guide him/her in the study, plan in the Agenda the teaching activities of the class, organize synchronous tutoring sessions in Interactive Class, chat and Virtual Classroom and asynchronous on the Forum.
Students are advised to start the course from the first three modules and then continue with the subsequent ones to create a cluster with other participants.
Mid-term and final Assessment
During the delivery of the module, the Tutor carries out qualitative and quantitative learning assessments in order to constantly monitor the results of the learning progress and provide customized support to students with a view to obtaining the assessment at the end of the module.
Quantitative assessment of student participation is carried out by the Tutor on the basis of statistics related to the student's navigation in the Didactic Cyberspace, in terms of: number of accesses and time of use of the Learning Environments and Online Tutoring tools, number of exercises completed, and average assessment/self-evaluation.
To complement this monitoring, the Tutor checks the students' learning progress during Interactive Classroom sessions, through follow-up questions and exercises related to the topics of the Module videolessons and through discussions on the module’s Forum. At the end of the delivery period of each module, the professor/tutor organizes final review sessions through interviews and/or follow-up exercises. The outcome of the qualitative and quantitative assessment forms the basis for the implementation of targeted initiatives by the Tutor for the enhancement of learning by learners, as well as for admission to the Master's course final exam.
The final examination consists of the discussion of a paper prepared on a topic related to the courses given during of the Master's lessons.
In order to obtain the Master's degree, the student must have acquired the credits prescribed by the course regulations, including those related to the final exam.
To complete the Master's higher education activities, internships at international and European institutions are provided for the most deserving students.