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Bachelor Programs in History in Italy

A Bachelor in History will provide the students with the information of historical events across the multiple ages of human culture. It will also grant the tools to compare and contrast how different cultures developed and the circumstances that led to different situations across history.

Bachelor's Degree in History in Italy

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Padua, Italy

The Bachelor’s degree offers an in-depth encounter with the Italian language, tradition, and cultural heritage. Focusing on the centuries when Italy led Western art and litera ... +

The Bachelor’s degree offers an in-depth encounter with the Italian language, tradition, and cultural heritage. Focusing on the centuries when Italy led Western art and literature, i.e. the late Middle Ages and Renaissance, it adopts a cross-disciplinary approach combining the study of texts, images, music, and performative arts. Strong theoretical courses are combined with interactive workshops in libraries, museums, and cultural institutions, for an on-site exploration of Italian culture. -
Bachelor
Full-time
3 years
English, Italian
Oct 2022
02 Feb 2022
Campus
 
Rome, Italy

The Bachelor of Arts in History is designed to provide the intellectual breadth and the analytical skills that allow students to make meaningful connections between the past a ... +

The Bachelor of Arts in History is designed to provide the intellectual breadth and the analytical skills that allow students to make meaningful connections between the past and the present. -
BA
Full-time
4 years
English
Aug 2022
Campus
 
Rome, Italy

To study Classics means dealing with the people and society that have shaped Cultures, Languages, and Politics in the Western world. Artifacts and texts surviving from ancient ... +

To study Classics means dealing with the people and society that have shaped Cultures, Languages, and Politics in the Western world. Artifacts and texts surviving from ancient Italy, Greece, and other “Provinces” of the Roman Empire (Europe, Near East, North Africa) are still substantial and relevant markers in today's physical and cultural landscapes all around Europe and the Mediterranean. -
Bachelor
Full-time
Part-time
3 years
English
Oct 2022
Campus