Selected and supported by the European Commission, the Masters Programme Crossways in Cultural Narratives offers an eclectic integrated programme feeding on successful programmes run locally in the 10 Universities making up the Crossways Consortium: Bergamo (Italy), Lisbon (Portugal), Perpignan (France), Santiago de Compostela (Spain), Sheffield (England), St Andrews (Scotland), Poznan (Poland), Guelph (Canada), Entre Ríos (Argentina), Ciudad de México (Mexico). Crossways in Cultural Narratives is specialised in traditional humanities with a modern languages background, taking European Identities and European Cultures as its theme. At the University of Bergamo, Cultural Migrations in Literature, Visual Arts and Communication provides a theoretical and technical approach to the professions of journalism, publishing, archive science and multimedia communication. The Masters programme is accessible to both European and non-European students. Crossways in Cultural Narratives also offers mobility allowances and other advantages to European students.

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At Bergamo University, the Programme Cultural Migrations in Literature, Visual Arts and Communication provides a theoretical and technical approach to the professions of journalism, publishing, archive science and multimedia communication. Students can choose the courses listed in the study plans of the Departments of Foreign Languages, Literatures and Cultures and Letters, Philosophy, Communication. The study plan should be agreed with the local dissertation coordinator professor Francesca Pagani.

Before defining their study plan, students are invited to check on the official timetable (Foreign Languages, Literatures and Cultures - Letters, Philosophy, Communication) the courses available in the semester.

 
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