The University Master course on European Citizenship and Euro-Mediterranean Integration: Cultural Heritage, Development, Cohesion and Security is carried out since 2008 by Centre of excellence Altiero Spinelli (CeAS). The course originally started in partnership with the Anna Lindh Foundation for the Dialogue between Cultures, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities.

The present edition, starting from 2015, is renewed in its denomination and with regard to the articulation of the teaching modules, treasuring the experience gained during previous editions.

The course aims to meet the needs of training and professionalism associated with advancing issues on Euro-Mediterranean integration as a factor of cohesion and development of this strategic geographic and geopolitical area in the context of the multipolar world of todays.


Members of the Master’s Scientific Board

Aliboni Roberto (Istituto Affari Internazionali);
Adrian Ivan (University Babes-Bolay, Cluje-Napoca);
Bonfiglio Salvatore (University Roma Tre);
Calcani Giuliana
(University Roma Tre);
Cangelosi Rocco
(former Ambassador);
Maniscalco Maria Luisa (University Roma Tre; CeAS Scientific Consultant);
Maresceau Marc (University Gand));
Micheli Mario
(University Roma Tre);
Micoli Patrizia (Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities);
Musso Luisa
(University Roma Tre);
Pop Lia
(University Oradea);
Torino Raffaele (University Roma Tre);
Tropeano Roger
("Les Rencontres” Association of European Cities and Regions)

Scientific Coordinator: Moccia Luigi (University Roma Tre), Jean Monnet Chair and President of CeAS

Main features

The course main focus is on knowledge and skills needed for the constitution of an all-purpose professional profile as expert in Euro-Mediterranean politics for cultural integration, dialogue and security, with regard in particular to the following thematic areas: European citizenship as a model of social integration and freedom of movement, human rights, intercultural dialogue, immigration and humanitarian aid, EU policies European neighbourhood policy, sustainable development.
Formative (teaching and training) activities will last through 12 months, for a total number of 60 university credits. They will be articulated in frontal lectures, seminars and exercises (with self-assesment tests at the end of each module); stages and training periods; final paper. These activities will be integrated with cycles of conferences/seminars organized jointly with the Euro-Arab Institute for the Dialogue between Cultures.
Among the learning outcomes are included: expertise in the field of development cooperation, promotion of cultural heritage, cohesion and security issues, with emphasis on skills such as management in the private and public sector, multicultural mediation, operator in the information, communication and culture industry, operator for humanitarian aid.


For more information visit the website of the master

Master brochure 2015-2016