Gain contrasting perspectives on global issues.
Courses emphasize economics, political science, history and language skills, providing a cross-disciplinary approach.
Students learn lifetime skills for landing challenging jobs and connect with SAIS's global alumni network.
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A wide selection of courses, approachable faculty and first class peers make the SAIS Bologna Center a wise investment.
Home to the oldest university in Europe, Bologna’s long tradition of education, cultural heritage and political vitality makes it an attractive location for SAIS' European campus. On the cusp of its 60th anniversary, SAIS Bologna is distinguished by strong faculty-student relationships, vigorous debate and a cohesive social and intellectual community. Exposure to contrasting European and U.S. perspectives on global issues offers a distinctive academic pairing—making for an extraordinarily enriching experience.
SAIS Bologna has an open-door policy for prospective students and encourages vists throughout the academic year when classes are in session. To arrange a visit, contact the Admissions Office at email@example.com.
Open Day is an opportunity for students to visit the SAIS Bologna campus. During the day-long event visitors meet current students and faculty and attend classes. To register for Open Day, please click here
We understand that many of our applicants live far from the places we travel to. To make sure as many candidates as possible have their questions answered, we have arranged a set of online information sessions. To connect to the sessions, prospective students need access to a computer, an internet connection and a phone line (or Skype). For instructions on how to log-in, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Below is the fall 2013 schedule.
Various seminar series are organized at SAIS Bologna throughout the academic year. Seminars are grouped thematically and each one is hosted by a SAIS Bologna faculty member. These events bring prominent scholars and practitioners from Europe, the United States and other parts of the world to present current research to the Bologna Center and local community.
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