International

Sociology and policy-making from a territorial perspective International

A Double Degree is a programme of study that gives master students the possibility to graduate with two degrees – one in in Sociology and Policies for the Territory from the University of Salerno (UNISA) and another in Social Informatics from the University of Ljubljana at the Faculty of Social Sciences (UL-FDV). The Double Degree programme is only available for students enrolled in a master’s degree programme at both partner institutions.

Partner institutions fully recognize the ECTS credits and students’ learning outcomes achieved at the partner institution. Students, who meet the entry and graduation requirements as well as learning outcomes of both programmes and have spent the required mobility period, are eligible for diploma awards at both partner institutions.


STUDENTS UNIVERSITY OF SALERNO

Participating master’s students spend their first year at the UNISA, completing at least 54 ECTS, and obligatory mobility at the UL-FDV in the 1st semester second year, completing 30 ECTS on the Master in Social Informatics (module Planning of Digital Services). Students may decide to write the master’s thesis at the UNISA or at the UL-FDV, where they spend the 2nd semester of the second year and acquire 30 ECTS. In the second year, students enroll to the UL-FDV, but remain enrolled also at the UNISA.

Courses Offered to Participating Students at UL-FDV

Structure of the master’s study programme Social Informatics, module Planning of Social Services


Contact
Didactic Office
Dept. of Political and Social Studies
Via Giovanni Paolo II, 132
84084, Fisciano (SA) Italy
Tel: 089 962500
Email: edesantis@unisa.it

Programme Coordinator
prof. Maria Prosperina Vitale

Salerno website

Double Degree

email: doubledegreesociologyds@unisa.it


STUDENTS UNIVERSITY OF LJUBLJANA

Participating master’s students spend their first year at the UL-FDV, completing at least 54 ECTS, and obligatory mobility at the UNISA in the 3rd semester, completing 30 ECTS on the module Digital society. Students may decide to write the master’s thesis at the UNISA or at the UL-FDV, where they spend the 4th semester and acquire 30 ECTS. In the second year, students enrol to the UNISA, but remain enrolled also at the UL-FDV.

Courses Offered to Participating Students at UNISA

Structure of the master’s study programme Laurea magistrale in Sociologia e politiche per il territorio, module Digital Society

Ljubljana website
Double Degree

Contact
Office for International Cooperation
Fakulteta za družbene vede
Kardeljeva ploščad 5
1000 Ljubljana
Tel: 01 / 5805-124
E-pošta: masa.kolenbrand@fdv.uni-lj.si

Programme Coordinator
doc. dr. Andraž Petrovčič