They are degree programmes organized in cooperation with international partners. The curriculum is jointly designed with the partner universities and it is regulated by a specific agreement. As a general rule, teaching activities are delivered by all the partner institutions. Courses are taught totally or partially in a foreign language, with well-defined contents and alternated periods of study at the partner institutions. The joint educational path is recognized by the Ministry of Education of the countries where the partner universities are based. At the end of a joint programme students can be awarded a single degree, conferred jointly by the partner institutions, or more often, a multiple degree (national degrees from the partner institutions).
- International Master degree programme in Nanotechnologies for the ICTs
- International Master degree programme in Physics of complex systems
- Bachelor and Master degree programme in Industrial production and technological innovation engineering: