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Double Degree Program Competition University of Tuscia, Italy

May 3, 2021
In the frames of the Double Degree Program cooperation with the University of Tuscia (Italy), ISEC students of the "Marketing" Master  degree program can study the first and second semesters of the 2021-2022 academic year at the University of Tuscia.

Eligibility criteria:

  • To be a first-year (full-time) student in ISEC NAS RA "Marketing" Department 
  • Proficiency in English - B2 level, CEFR  (Common European Framework of Reference)  
  • Proficiency in Italian - B2 level, CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference) 
  • To participate in the first stage of the selection, it is necessary to send the below mentioned documents (as one pdf document) by May 31, inclusive to the following e-mails: ella.papikyan@isec.am and arusyak.harutyunyan@isec.am 
  • Motivation letter in English, expaining why you wish to study at the University of Tuscia
  • Curriculum Vitae (CV) in English (Europass format)
  • English langauge certificate
  • Italian language certificate
  • Passport (copy)

Languages of instruction – English and Italian

The successful candidates who have passed the documentation stage will have an interview.

The interview will be conducted in English and Italian languages

Evaluation criteria:

  • Language knowledge
  • Interim exam results
  • Bachelor GPA

The candidate will be provided a monthly living allowance of 850 Euros and 360 Euros for travel (air tickets).

The official website of the University of Tuscia is http://www.unitus.it/

For further enquiries, please, contact the Foreign Affairs Department of ISEC NAS RA, telephone: (060) 62-35-98.

General Provisions for Double Degree Program

ISEC students participating in the Double Degree Programs must meet all criteria of the Italian students admitted to the Master programs at the University of Tuscia. They must, therefore, comply with all the obligations, duties and deadlines set by the internal regulations of Tuscia University.

At the end of their studies, each student submits a Master's thesis under the supervision of professors from the relevant departments from the University of Tuscia and ISEC NAS RA. The thesis will be discussed at both HEIs (Higher Educational Institutions), following the regulations of each Institution. One or more members of the partner institution may participate in the inter-department work. The Master thesis shall be written in English.
The ISEC students are exempted from paying the fees required for the enrollment in the courses at Tuscia University. 
At the end of the study, students are awarded double degree diplomas: Armenian and Italian.