University of Pisa


Available Courses

The course is aimed at the student’s acquisition of basic notions of the Italian language. Through games, readings and interactive activities, the student will learn the Italian language and acquire a certain familiarity with the Italian culture.

The module in Introduction to Philosophical Thought aims at giving a historical and systematic outline of the Western philosophical thought. In this module students will become familiar with some of the basic concepts and authors which have become classics for the discipline

The course presents a selection of films, authors, styles and narrative forms of Italian cinema, from its origins to the 1990s.
After an introduction to the history of media and the birth of cinema, the course deals with the history of Italian cinema from the silent period up to the present era, meaning cinema as an industry and art form whose production and peculiarities are analyzed. Aesthetics and its relationship with the wider Italian socio-cultural context.

This course will provide an introduction to the history, archaeology and material culture of Classical civilizations from the Iron Age to the Roman Empire. Particular attention will be paid on the study of Greek culture, from the Geometric to the Hellenistic period, and of Italian territory (and more specifically Etruria and Rome) before and during the long period of Roman domination, considering both archaeological and artistic contexts.

The course focuses on the regulation of the governance of the company. It will focus on the legal and non-legal mechanisms designed to minimise agency problems among the corporation’s constituencies.
The course will look at corporate governance focusing on some of the most pressing topics: after a general introduction of the main features of corporations, the goal of corporate law and the major agency problems affecting corporaitons’ governance, the lessons will deal with more specific corporate governance topics, including i) initiation and appointment strategies, ii) directors’ relationships with shareholders and stakeholders; iii) directors’ duties; iv) corporate opportunities and related party transactions;
The Course also aims at illustrating some basic principles of sectoral laws regarding businesses, as banking law, intellectual property law and competition law.

The aim of the course is to provide students with a full understanding of macroeconomics from a European perspective, with a broad coverage of main topics and problems relevant in modern economies. We will study the working mechanisms of the goods market, the financial markets and the labor market, and their interconnections and implications in determining the evolution of output, prices, unemployment, interest rates and exchange rates in the short, medium, and long run.

The course deals with the preparation of financial statements under the international accounting standards IAS/IFRS. The course provides knowledge on the initial recognition and measurement of key items including goodwill, intangibles, tangible assets, inventories, receivables, liabilities, equity. The course provides in-depth knowledge of the statement of financial position, income statement, cash flow statement.

Students will have acquired the knowledge on the basic concepts of:
management: main management functions, performance drivers and most relevant practices;
financial accounting: the process of accounting registration and preparation of the financial statements.
management accounting: cost concepts, common methods for determining unit product costs, cost-volume-profit relationships and budgeting logic.

This course provides an introduction to the history of Europe during the Middle Ages (ca. 300-1500), with a particular focus on the High Middle Ages (c. 1000-1350).
Special attention will be devoted to the centrality of the Roman Church and Christian religious, including the intersections of faith, authority, and power.

The students who successfully complete the course will have a solid knowledge of the main techniques used in data preprocessing, data warehouse, frequent pattern mining, frequent sequential pattern mining, graph mining, classification, prediction, clustering and outlier detection. This knowledge will allow them to tackle each type of data mining problem and to identify the most suitable technique for solving it.

Kompleks Kementerian Pendidikan, Kebudayaan, Riset, dan Teknologi. Gedung D Lantai 18, Jalan Jenderal Sudirman, Pintu Satu, Senayan, Jakarta, Indonesia 10270

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