Master’s Degree in Economy, Management and Innovation
806€ / 2456€
The Master’s Degree in Economy, Technology and Innovation provides students with a strong theoretical background as well as practical skills. The Master’s Degree in Economy, Technology and Innovation offers: an interdisciplinary programme which blends and applies economics, managerial, legal and quantitative approaches to innovation studies; the unique opportunity to study at a prestigious university located in the centre of Rome; a strong formal training and practical experience.
Master’s Degree in Classical Archaeology
806€ / 2456€
The inter-university Master’s Degree in Classical Archaeology confers a joint degree between Sapienza Università di Roma, one of the oldest universities in Italy and worldwide, with a secular heritage of leadership in Classics and archaeological studies, and Università Degli Studi di Roma Unitelma Sapienza, its online university, which has been a flagship of excellence in Italian distance learning for over ten years.
Master in International cooperation, finance and development
648€ / 1648€
Unitelma Sapienza, in collaboration with the Interdepartmental Research Centre CEMAS of Sapienza University of Rome, proposes the first edition of the master on International cooperation, finance and development, to provide a broad education in international cooperation and economic development.
Training Course in Neonatology
In this course, doctors gain comprehensive knowledge of diseases of preterm and term infants including the underlying physiology and management. They also gain clinical competency in acute resuscitation and all procedures required in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. The program is subdivided into 18 modules each having a series of lessons, with a total number of sixty-four lessons.
Training Course in New challenges for the fashion industry
The course aims to provide the necessary tools to understand the changes taking place, providing an integrated view of the challenges and opportunities that are emerging in the fashion sector and that will characterize future trends.
Single courses for achieving the curricular requirements for access to the Master’s Degree in Classical Archaeology
Students who do not entirely fulfil the curricular requirements for access to our Master’s Degree Courses can supplement their curriculum with university exams (single courses) before enrolling in the Master’s Degree Course in which they are interested.
These single courses will not be part of the Master’s degree study plan and, therefore, they will not be considered for calculating the final grade of the Master’s degree that will be awarded.