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Summer programs 2017 at Cattolica

 

Overview

 

Overview


Università Cattolica's summer programs are ideal to get a taste of Italy while studying in a traditional Italian educational context.

Students will be able to choose from the different areas listed below and combine them in a 2, 4, 6, 8 or 10 week session. Students can select only one course per session

A mix of theory and practice. Every week students will participate in a site visit, strictly relevant to the course (business company, agency, etc) to ensure a 360° direct experience of the subject.

Language of instruction: All courses will be taught in English

Contact hours & credits: Each week session: 45 contact hour per session / 6 ECTS each course

In addition to the courses, students will have the option to join extra-curricular activities, and trips to various Italian regions.

 

Business (Milan Campus)
Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship
Social and Eco Entrepreneurship
The fashion market: structure, players and success factor
Business, Government and the Global Economy

 

Marketing and Communication (Milan campus)
New Frontiers in brand communication and consumer engagement
Mass Communication and Media Industries: theItalian Style in producing and managing TV, Ads and Music
Sustainable Food and Green Communication: a new marketing perspective

 

Cultural Studies (Milan campus)
Italian Cuisine History and Cooking Lab: A first step to becoming an Italian MasterChef
A Mafia Story: Its Representation in Literature, Cinema and Television
Federico Fellini and Contemporary Italian Cinema
Creative Italian Storytelling: from Literature to Cinema to other Forms of Fiction

 

International Relations (Milan campus)
Patterns of Change and Resilience in Middle Eastern Politics

 

Arts and Archeology (Rome campus)
Discovering Ancient Rome
The Golden Age: Rome between Renaissance and Baroque

 

Agribusiness and Food Sciences (Piacenza campus)
The Global Wine Market: Trends and Strategies
Food Production: Tradition and Innovation
Food Safety: regulations, management and global challenges

 

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