The Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, founded on August 6th1868 as a Higher School of Business, is the first Venetian university and first institution in Italy to deal with trade and economy in higher education. The university’s historic home is located within a large Gothic palace on the largest bend of the Grand Canal.
Ca’ Foscari is a modern University that offers a wide range of training activities divided into 4 major scientific and cultural areas: economic, linguistic, scientific and humanistic.
The Venetian University offers innovative and interdisciplinary training courses, English-taught degree programmes, double degrees with international universities, study fields of excellence: political and international relations, preservation and management of cultural heritage, humanities, Western and Eastern languages and cultures (over 40 languages).
Ca’ Foscari is involved in many projects related with the study of religions and runs a Master Degree in Religious Studies in association with the University of Padua.
Fellow Researcher of the Department of Asian and North African Studies.
He’s been project manager and researcher of the “Intercultural Education through Religious Studies” Project (539803-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-COMENIUS) and authored several didactical materials produced therein.
He actively collaborates in various initiatives and with institutions promoting research, information and education in religions, especially in the Italian state schools, such as the “Turin Spirituality” Festival, the “Benvenuti in Italia” and the Bruno Kessler Foundations.
She has a long experience in managing European projects mainly in the framework of Erasmus +, Horizon 2020 – Excellent Science, and the former programmes Lifelong Learning Programme and EU-ICI European Cooperation Programme with the Republic of Korea.