Link identifier #identifier__137644-1Master of Arts in International Studies (CL. 52 – D.M. 270/04)
The Master of Arts in International Studies (MAIS) is a two-year program (120 ECTS) taught in English which provides students the opportunity to study with an interdisciplinary approach and in an international environment. Our IS curriculum is conceived to offer students the necessary instruments of analysis and understanding of contemporary global dynamics. It focuses on the political, economic, and legal aspects of globalization, human rights, peace and conflict resolution, development and related environmental issues. Our IS program combines different disciplinary insights, including history, international relations, international law and organizations, macroeconomics and financial regulation. It aims at providing students with the necessary epistemic tools to study and approach contemporary international challenges such as sustainability, nuclear proliferation, human security, migration, and gender issues.
Core courses are supplemented by a wide range of departmental electives, that allow students to develop expertise in their areas of interest. The program is run by an academic community trained both in Italy and overseas whose research interests and collaboration ensure its members a significant degree of experience and contacts in Europe, Asia, Africa, and both North and South America. Their teaching fully benefits from such cultural and academic background. Likewise, students can amply profit from the many collaborations our department promotes with research institutes and foreign universities.
Requirements and Admission
- Academic requirements
Please, note that the minimum requirement for admission to any master’s program is a BA or BSc degree (or equivalent) with a satisfactory GPA or final grade from a certified University or equivalent institution of higher learning. This means that students with an Italian BA must have a minimum comprehensive final grade of 101/110 by Italian academic standard. Students with a foreign degree must have a comprehensive and comparable final GPA.
MAIS Specific Requirements
1– basic knowledge in the following fields: economics, history, law, political science/sociology.
2– Level B2 proficiency in English acquired over the last three years.
- International English Language Testing System (IELTS);
- Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL);
- Cambridge English Exam – Proficiency level (CPE), or Advanced level (CAE);
- English Language Test at the Centro Linguistico di Ateneo (CLA – Roma Tre University)
- Linguaskill Business.
3 – Level B1 proficiency in a foreign language acquired over the last three years. In case of unavailability of an official document attesting the language level, Students are requested to test their proficiency at the Centro Linguistico di Ateneo (CLA – Roma Tre University). This test is available for the following foreign languages: French, German, Portuguese, Spanish.
The Italian University System allows students who do not have an adequate background in one or more of the above mentioned academic fields (see point 1 of MAIS specific requirements) to enroll in single courses for a maximum of 24 credits. At a later date, after they pass the exams of those courses (namely by the end of March of the academic year), they can join the MAIS.
Faculty Committee Coordinator for Courses in European Studies, International Relations, and International Studies: prof. Lilia Cavallari (Link identifier #firstname.lastname@example.org)
Course Coordinator: prof. Marilena Gala (Link identifier #email@example.com)
Contact Person: dott. Leila Tavi (Link identifier #firstname.lastname@example.org)
Link identifier #identifier__124047-5Guide for candidates with foreign qualifications