Dans le cadre du Programme Interuniversitaire de Coopération « ERASMUS + », un Diplôme d’études médiévales, intitulé Diplôme européen d’étude des sources latines écrites du moyen âge a été créé. Plus de vingt universités européennes et extraeuropéennes y participent. La coordination de l’ensemble est assurée par l’Università di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale (Italie) en coopération avec la Libera Università Maria Ss. Assunta (LUMSA, Rome, Italie).

Les candidatures des étudiants doivent être envoyées avant le 15 août 2014 au coordinateur du Diplôme Giacinta Spinosa.


Toute l’information et formulaire d’inscription: DEEM 2014-2015



Applications should be sent by August 15th 2014 to the Diplôme coordinator through our online application form below.

In addition to personal and academic data, applicants are asked to list their degrees and in particular to state their reasons for wishing to complete the Diploma. A letter of recommendation from their supervisor or other teacher should be included.

Applicants will be notified of the sovereign decisions of the Selection committee by September 1st.

Applicants will be expected to:

  • have completed four years of university studies in humanities;
  • have a working knowledge of Latin.  An intensive Latin course will be organised at the beginning of the academic year in order to freshen the students’ language skills;
  • have a working knowledge of English and basic Italian. An optional course in Italian will be organized at the beginning of the academic year;
  • live in Rome until the end of the Diploma year, attend the compulsory lectures, write a research paper, and conduct individual research.

The annual program lasts eight months, starting by October 20th 2014.

The courses focus on methodology and auxiliary disciplines (Introduction to bibliography and sources; Mediaeval Latin; Paleography; Diplomatics; Codicology; Text edition). In the academic year 2014-2015 the 30-hour courses will be taught either in Italian, in French or in English by specialist teachers from different countries. Total Credits: 60 ECTS.