In the 2022/2023 academic year, the Collegio Ghislieri adheres to the University of Pavia’s “Non-Resident Collegiate” project (“Collegiale non residente”), in its two articulations dedicated respectively to Soft Skills Workshops (and the obtaining of “Open Badges”) and Extended Faculty.
The latter refers to high-level teaching for Master’s Degrees.
There are 13 Master’s degree courses activated in the 2022-2023 academic year, all of which are recognised as valid curriculum credits. All are intensive courses, lasting a minimum of 24 hours, concentrated in the course of one week. The courses will be taught in the Pavia colleges by highly trained lecturers from outside the University of Pavia.
The Collegio Ghislieri will host some courses of the LM 69 degree in Agricultural Science and Technology (Scienze e Tecnologie Agrarie), called “Agri-food sustainability”.
There are four courses that will be activated as part of this project, in collaboration with the Agri-food sustainability Master’s Degree Course