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Postgraduate Training Programmes

The University of Macerata offers consolidated experience and a rich variety of University programmes in every field of scientific research and professional education that traditionally characterises the University.

Each year, within its programmes, the Department of Humanities offers a number of Master’s Programmes and Postgraduate Training Programmes. Because of their flexible organization, a natural ability to adapt more easily to the unexpected changes of the job market and the possibility of integration in the form of modules, they are an essential resource for the development of human and social capital, both qualitatively and quantitatively. They are a landmark for knowledge and know-how, aimed at involving old and new crafts throughout the entire professional life, within the logic of lifelong learning.

Below you can browse the list of Postgraduate Training Programmes available within the Department and organised according to the relative academic year. (The list of Master’s Programmes is also available).

Postgraduate Training Programmes 

Academic year 2016-17
- Digital health documents and archives (deadline 30/09/2016)

Academic year 2015-16
- Acquisition and teaching of Italian as Second/Foreign Language (deadline 25/09/2015)

Academic year 2014-15
- Acquisition and teaching of Italian as Second/Foreign Language (deadline 26/09/2014)

Academic year 2013-14
- Acquisition and teaching of Italian as Second/Foreign Language (deadline 17-09-2013)

Academic year 2012-13
- Multilingual web writing for cultural and business enterprises in the Euro-Mediterranean area (spiccare lem) (deadline 30-11-2012)

Academic year 2011-12
- Multilingual web writing for cultural and business enterprises in the Euro-Mediterranean area (spiccare -lem) (deadline 22-12-2011; deadline for students from outside the EU 22-12-2011)

Academic year 2010-11
- Culture, inclusion and equal opportunities
(deadline 04-02-2011)