The aim of the Second Cycle Degrees (2nd level courses - Master) is to provide students with advanced training for highly qualified activities in specific fields. Master's graduates can therefore enter the world of work with an advanced level of training for the exercise of highly qualified activities; they can also continue their studies with a second-level Master's degree, or with a postgraduate course, a specialisation course or even a PhD.
They provide for the acquisition of 120 CFU (University Training Credits) and are completed in a normal duration of TWO years by means of a training course consisting of 12 examinations.
Admission to a second-level Master's degree course requires a three-year degree or a qualification obtained abroad and recognised as suitable.
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