The University of Pavia (UNIPV) is an Italian university in Pavia, Lombardy. It is one of the world’s oldest universities, with traces of teaching dating back to 1361. Until the late 19th century, it was the only university in Milan as well as the surrounding Lombardy area. There are currently 18 departments and 9 faculties. It has no primary campus; instead, its buildings and amenities are dispersed all around city. More than 20,000 students from Italy and throughout the world attend the university. More than 80 undergraduate programs, 40 master’s degrees, and roughly 20 doctorate programs are available at the university, including 8 English programs.
The University of Pavia offers a Master of Arts in World Politics and International Relations with varying tuition fees for each student. Fees for EU students are determined by the household income of the student. It costs between €160 to €4000 each year. Non-EU students pay a set charge based on their country of origin, which ranges from €400 to €4500. This program is designed to strengthen students’ capacity to comprehend and analyze the world’s various political systems as consequences of trajectory based economic and political structures and changes. The program lasts for 4 semesters (2 years) and in order to be accepted students will need to have BA degree in humanities or social sciences (including 36 credits).
Students that finish this degree will have a strong foundation for jobs in national diplomatic services, IGOs, NGOs, as well as analyst and consultant jobs in international oriented private and public corporations, government administrations, and research institutions. It can also serve as a foundation for further university study at the doctoral level.