Internationalization is one of the most important goals of the Department of Humanities, which gathers researchers from a wide range of fields of the Human Sciences: Italian and European Literature and Philology, Linguistics, Philosophy, History, Pedagogical and Social Studies, Communication Sciences, Quaternary, Prehistory and Paleoanthropology.

This corresponds to a large number of courses of study, four Bachelors and four Masters, five of which are in collaboration with European partners – Germany, (Regensburg), Portugal (Tomar), Spain (Cordoba, Valladolid), Hungary (Budapest) – and which grant a double degree title. The Department is the coordinator of an Erasmus Mundus Master Programme in Quaternary and Prehistory.

All the courses offer a low student-teacher ratio which allows intensive personal attention to each student. Graduates from our courses have an high level of employment, also due to the strong synergies that link our University and its partners with the local area and the Region.

Here you can find the description of our Master Degrees