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Basic Information for Incoming International Relations Students 2020/2021

Dear Students, Welcome to Napoli and to Federico II.

In what follows we provide some of the basic information that you will need to start the degree.

1 – Teaching Schedule

All teaching will start on Monday, September the 28th.

An up to date schedule can be found here:


And here:

https://www.international-relations.net [see Main Tab/Course Details/Link to Teaching Schedule]

Since the teaching schedule is partly in Italian, please see below for an explicit list of the mandatory teaching activities in SEMESTER 1:

Theory of Economic Development and International Economic Relations (Prof. Nappo Nunzia)

– Monday 8:30-10:30 am, (Classroom 2, via Rodinò 22)

– Wednesday 8:30-10:30 am, (Aula Quadri, via Mezzocannone 4).


Sources and Methods for the Analysis of International Data (Prof. Cappelli Carmela)

– Tuesday 8:30-10:30 am and from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm, (Classroom 2, via Rodinò 22).


Geography of the World Economy (Prof. Amato Vittorio)

– Monday from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm, (Classroom 2, via Rodinò 22)

– Wednesday 10:30-12:30 am, (Aula Quadri, via Mezzocannone 4).


As you will see from the degree structure (here: https://7fbc863e-160d-4fc5-96ad-004a48317ffb.filesusr.com/ugd/d9c891_103654faa0494764b3e7da39ae55205a.pdf), you can also choose one among four elective courses (see: ‘other training activities’) to complete your first-year curriculum. Three of these courses will be held in SEMESTER 1. All elective courses will be delivered EXCLUSIVELY ON-LINE.

2 – How to Register for Your On-Line Activities

All students are welcomed, in fact strongly encouraged, to regularly attend lectures in class when this is the planned mode of delivery.

However, for those who are unable to regularly attend classes, all lectures will also be available on-line. This opportunity is available for ALL departmental teaching.

Lectures will be made available through the Microsoft TEAMS platform.

Students who have completed their matriculation process and have received their institutional email, will be able to enroll in all teaching activities via TEAMS.

This can be done in the following ways: a) through your teacher’s personal webpage where you should find a specific link to a Microsoft TEAMS course code; b) by directly getting in touch with your teachers and asking them to register for/invite you to the course on TEAMS.

Option b) is the only one available for students lacking an institutional email address.

For any questions do not hesitate to contact Mrs. Cinzia Della Monica (for all administrative and organizational queries), and your Academic Tutors (Simonetta Izzo, Cristina Pennarola, Settimio Stallone and Pietro Maffettone).

Welcome to our Master’s Degree and best regards,

Salvatore Strozza

Director of Studies,

International Relations.

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