First Cycle Degreein Humanities with the Université Cote d'Azur - Nice/FRANCE

The First Cycle Degree in Humanities at the Department of Humanities and Cultural Heritage provides an international option for the achievement of a double three-year degree valid in Italy and France:

• Degree in Humanities issued by the University of Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli";

• License (LMD) mention Lettres for the UCA - département des Lettres

To obtain the double degree (Italian Bachelor's Degree / French License), the selected students must: spend the second year of their study programme at the Université Cote d'Azur (Nice), attend courses and take the corresponding exams, as indicated in the attached study plan table and discuss the final thesis according to the procedures established by the agreement.

To access, the student enrolled in the second year of the study programme in Humanities - modern curriculum – must apply, after having obtained the first 60 credits relating to the first year of studies and demonstrated to possess at least  a B1 knowledge of the French language, according to the common European framework of reference for linguistic knowledge. 

Educational Goals

Although the specific training objectives are equivalent to the original course, students will have the opportunity to:  learn about new and different teaching methodologies with respect to their own teaching environment; acquire communication skills that will facilitate access to professions and / or the continuation of studies in both countries. In fact, the double degree will allow graduates to continue their university education and at the same time access competitions in which the degree is required.

Recipients and Grants

Ten students can access this path based on the agreement between the universities.

The selected students will benefit the Erasmus + scholarship and any additional contributions provided by the two universities.

The selection will take place by the end of July through a motivational interview with the committee appointed by the Director of the department.



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For information, please contact the professors responsible for the international path:

Prof. Claudio Buongiovanni e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Prof. Raffaele Spiezia e-mail : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

First Cycle Degree in Tourism Sciences with the Pyatigorsk State Linguistic University Moscow/RUSSIA


From the academic year 2015-2016 the Department of Political Science "Jean Monnet" has activated an integrated study course with the Institute of International Service, Tourism and Foreign Languages of the State University of Pyatigorsk - PSU (Russia). The course offers students the opportunity to achieve a double degree in Tourism Studies. The course has a duration of three years and includes a combined training programme and a mobility period abroad of two semesters; at the end of the study period and after passing the final exams, students will be granted two first level Bachelor's degrees with the following name:

"Degree in Tourism Sciences" at the Vanvitelli University and "Baccalaureate in Technology and Organization of Tour Agency Operation and Management Services" at the PSU, recognized according to the official rules in force in the two Universities and in their respective countries.

This course is an unrepeatable opportunity for students to enrich their professional curriculum and acquire a unique and captivating training profile.

The State University of Pyatigorsk is one of the most accredited Russian universities; the Institute of International Service, Tourism and Foreign Languages is located in a modern and functional facility in the centre of the city of Pyatigorsk, an important spa town located in the Federal District of the North Caucasus.


First Cycle Degree in Data Analytics With the Université Paris 13/France

The Degree Programme in DATA ANALYTICS provides an international course for the acquisition of the joint title:

- Degree in Data Analytics issued by the Vanvitelli University

- Licence (LMD) Mention Informatique of the Computer Science Department of the Institut Galilée, issued by the Université Paris 13 – Sorbonne Paris La Cité (France)

A Course of Study Committee composed by the Coordinators and the professors of the two courses supervises the international programme.

To access at the international course, students have to satisfy the following requirements:

- knowledge of the English language (at least a B1 level, according to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR))

 – to have competed exams for the first 120 ECTS.

A Committee appointed by the extended Study Board bases the selection on the students’ career and on an interview.

The agreement between the two universities establishes that 5 students of each institution can access the international course each year.

This programme requires that students attend the third year of course at foreign university. The courses are mainly held in English.


In order to apply to the international programme, students must be regularly enrolled in one of the degree courses at their home University.

Single-cycle Degree Programme in Law with the University of Castilla - La Mancha / SPAIN

From the academic year 2019/2020, the Department of Law of the Vanvitelli University has activated a new study programme with the University of Castilla - La Mancha / SPAIN. Students will have the opportunity to obtain a double degree in Law. More precisely, the course:

·         has a five-year duration;

·         provides a training course designed together with the foreign university and a mobility period abroad (1 year and a half);

·         issues, at the end of the study period, two degrees in Law (double degree) of which one will be valid in Italy and the other in the country of the partner university.


This new course represents an unrepeatable occasion for students to enrich their curriculum and present themselves in the world of work with a completely peculiar and captivating training profile.

First Cycle Degree in Fashion Design with OKAN UNIVERSITY - Istanbul/TURKEY

The Joint Degree in Fashion Design, designed by the Vanvitelli University and the Okan University - Art, Fashion and Fashion Design Department, allows students to attend courses of the third year at the Vanvitelli University and of the fourth year at Okan University, Department of Fashion Design and to obtain a double degree in "Design for Fashion" and "Fashion Design ".

The international programme allows students from both countries to:

Obtain both the title of "Doctor" in Italy and the "Bachelor level degree" in Turkey;

Study in a cosmopolitan and multicultural environment;

Present themselves on the international labour market, thus multiplying their job opportunities in an increasingly globalized world.

Correspondence between the educational systems of the two universities involved in this agreement

The curricula of the respective courses are integrated with the Bologna process, created to increase common cohesion in the European Higher Education Area, European university qualifications, and Italian and Turkish higher education diplomas. Students will not only acquire the qualifications associated with higher education diplomas, but will also have the opportunity to lay out international careers in the fashion design area.

Italian study class, "Design for Fashion" L-4 Industrial design

This Degree programme provides the basic theoretical preparation and an adequate mastery of general scientific methods and contents, as well as the acquisition of specific professional knowledge in the fashion design field. It requires 180 credits over three years. Graduates are assigned the title of doctor, which corresponds, in the whole area of the Bologna process and in the Anglo-Saxon countries, to the "Bachelor's level degree".

Turkish study class, “Fashion design”

This Degree programme provides the basic theoretical preparation and an adequate mastery of general scientific methods and contents, as well as the acquisition of specific professional knowledge. It requires 60 credits of general training in the first year and 180 credits over three additional years. Graduates are awarded the "Bachelor's level degree" (Bologna Process).


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