Silvia Manca

Consul of Italy in Detroit to meet UNISS students in Sassari

Monday, 5 November 2018

Today Italian Consul in Detroit Maria Manca will meet the students of the University of Sassari at 11.00 am at “Aula Segni” (viale Mancini 5).

Maria Manca was born in Ozieri (Sassari) in 1982 and graduated from the "Università per Stranieri di Perugia" in 2008 with a degree in International Relations. In 2010 she entered the Diplomatic career of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Her first assignment was to the office of the Directorate General for Development and Cooperation of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Rome, Italy. From 2013 to 2017 she was assigned to the Embassy of Italy in Tokyo, as First Commercial Secretary. On March 16th, 2017 she officially took up her duties as Consul of Italy at the Consulate of Italy in Detroit, responsible for the States of Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee.

The Consul will hold a speech on job opportunities in the Diplomatic network and about her experiences in Japan and the United States.

The event will be opened by Rector Massimo Carpinelli and the Director of the Department of Law, Gian Paolo Demuro.

Professor Gabriella Ferranti’s speech will follow on how to apply for a position at UE institutions. 

Plinio Innocenzi, former Attaché for Science and Technology at the Italian Embassy in Beijing, and Ugo Della Croce, current Attaché for Science and Technology at the Italian Embassy in Washington will also be present.

The event is part of the Degree Course in “Security and International Cooperation” launched by the University of Sassari.