A live webinar for prospective students at the University of Verona. Wednesday 24 June 2020, 4 pm
Prospective students and all those interested in studying at the University of Verona will soon have the opportunity to learn about the International Master’s degree programmes of the University thanks to a special live webinar, which will be held entirely online via Zoom. The webinar ‘Studying in Verona: International Master’s programmes’ will take place online on Wednesday 24 June from 4 to 5 pm.
The live webinar will be held in English, and registration is required https://bit.ly/3ecbDyC.
After an introduction by Prof. Felice Gambin, Rector’s Delegate for Internationalisation, and Prof. Marco Torsello, Rector’s Delegate for University scholarships and grants, student orientation, student services, and international student mobility, the Programme Directors and academic coordinators of the nine International Master’s degree programmes of the University of Verona will provide an overview of the courses taught in foreign languages, followed by a Q&A session to enable participants to learn more about the University of Verona and its international programmes.
The University of Verona offers the following International Master’s degree programmes: the Master’s degree in Computer Engineering for Robotics and Smart Industry, and the Master’s degree in Data Science; the Master’s degree in Medical Bioinformatics and the Master’s degree in Molecular and Medical Biotechnology; the Master’s degree in Linguistics, and the Double/Joint degree in Comparative European and Non-European Languages and Literatures, which, being offered in collaboration with Universidade da Coruña (Spain), provides graduates with two qualifications; the Master’s degree in Economics and Data Analysis; the Double/Joint degree in International Economics and Business, which also provides graduates with a dual degree in collaboration with Université de Bordeaux (France); and the Double/Joint degree in Mathematics, which provides graduates with a dual degree in collaboration with Institute Polytechnique de Grenoble (France).
The webinar will include a 50-minute presentation followed by a Q&A session to answer questions from the participants.