Modern Languages and Cultures - Italian language Program By Università degli Studi della Tuscia (University of Tuscia) |Top Universities

Modern Languages and Cultures - Italian language

Program Duration

36 monthsProgram duration

Scholarship

YesScholarships

Main Subject Area

Modern LanguagesMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Modern Languages

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

On Campus

The course trains graduates with a solid basic preparation in theoretical linguistics, Italian language and literature, with a proficiency profile strongly characterized in an intercultural sense. The educational paths can be oriented towards different linguistic-cultural areas: French, English, Portuguese and Brazilian, Spanish, German, Arabic, Chinese and Russian language and literature, with related courses dedicated to the respective cultural histories and the use of main IT tools.


Graduates in Modern Languages ​​and Cultures are trained for various professional activities:


  • socio-linguistic-cultural operator in multi-ethnic and multicultural contexts, for businesses and for the public administration;
  • linguistic operator involved in cultural tourism, cultural, social and outreach services; linguistic operator in relations between company and customers in an international context;


and to start a specialization in the following professions:


  • translator and interpreter; expert in cultural mediation; expert in multilingual communication and information management;
  • expert in the promotion of goods and services in the international field.


Graduates in Modern Languages ​​and Cultures can specialize in linguistic and cultural mediation in an international context, perfecting their language training to start careers in international and national organizations operating abroad. The degree gives access - without debt - to the master's degree course in Languages ​​and Cultures for International Communication (LM-37) and to all master's degree training courses expressly dedicated to linguistic and cultural mediation.


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Program overview

Main Subject

Modern Languages

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

On Campus

The course trains graduates with a solid basic preparation in theoretical linguistics, Italian language and literature, with a proficiency profile strongly characterized in an intercultural sense. The educational paths can be oriented towards different linguistic-cultural areas: French, English, Portuguese and Brazilian, Spanish, German, Arabic, Chinese and Russian language and literature, with related courses dedicated to the respective cultural histories and the use of main IT tools.


Graduates in Modern Languages ​​and Cultures are trained for various professional activities:


  • socio-linguistic-cultural operator in multi-ethnic and multicultural contexts, for businesses and for the public administration;
  • linguistic operator involved in cultural tourism, cultural, social and outreach services; linguistic operator in relations between company and customers in an international context;


and to start a specialization in the following professions:


  • translator and interpreter; expert in cultural mediation; expert in multilingual communication and information management;
  • expert in the promotion of goods and services in the international field.


Graduates in Modern Languages ​​and Cultures can specialize in linguistic and cultural mediation in an international context, perfecting their language training to start careers in international and national organizations operating abroad. The degree gives access - without debt - to the master's degree course in Languages ​​and Cultures for International Communication (LM-37) and to all master's degree training courses expressly dedicated to linguistic and cultural mediation.


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Admission requirements

3 Years
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Tuition fee and scholarships

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More programs from the university

Departments at the University of Tuscia include:

The Department of Agriculture and Forest Sciences

  • Degree Courses
  • Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
  • Forest and Natural Sciences
  • Mountain Sciences


The Department of Ecological and Biological Sciences

The Department of Economics, Engineering, Society and Business Organisation

  • Business and Economics
  • Industrial Engineering


The Department for Innovation in Biological, Agro-Food and Forest Systems


Undergraduate Programmes

  •       Biotechnology
  •       Landscape and Environmental Planning and Design
  •       Science of Forest and Nature
  •        Food and Wine Technologies
  •        Gastronomic and wellness sciences, cultures and politics (joint degree)


The Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, History, Philosophy and Law Studies

  •       Bachelor’s Degree Programmes


The Department of Humanities, Communication and Tourism

Bachelor’s Degrees

  •       Cultural heritage studies (L-1)
  •       Humanities / Literary studies (L-10)
  •       Communication, technology and digital culture (L-20)


To find out about enrolment, scholarships, and financial aid on undergraduate programmes at the University of Tuscia, please follow this link .

Prospective students could apply to the following scholarship programmes:

  • Regional Scholarship
  • Ministry of Education Scholarship


Departments at the University of Tuscia include:

The Department of Agriculture and Forest Sciences

Second Level Degree Courses

  •       Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
  •       Environment and forests conservation and restoration
  •       Biotechnology for Agro-food safety and quality


PhD Programmes

  •       Plant and Animal Production Sciences
  •       Engineering for Energy and Environment (EEE)


Master’s

  •       Management, Enhancement and Eno gastronomic Promotion
  •       Precision Agriculture


The Department of Ecological and Biological Sciences

The Department of Economics, Engineering, Society and Business Organisation

Second cycle degree

  •       Management, Finance, and Controlling
  •       Circular economy
  •       Economics and communication for management and innovation
  •       Mechanical Engineering
  •       Management of gastronomic sciences for wellbeing
  •       Marketing and Quality
  •       Sciences of Politics, of the Int. Security and of the Public Com.


The Department for Innovation in Biological, Agro-Food and Forest Systems

Graduate programmes

  •       Industrial biotechnology for health and well-being
  •       Forestry and Environmental Sciences (MSc fully in English)
  •       Food Science and Technology (joint degree)
  •       Landscape Architecture (joint degree)


Single Cycle Programmes

  •       Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage


The Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, History, Philosophy and Law Studies

  •       Single-Cycle Master's D. Programmes
  •       Master's Degree Programmes
  •       PhD Programmes


The Department of Humanities, Communication and Tourism

Master’s Degrees

  •        Modern philology (LM-14)
  •       Digital information (LM-91)


To find out about enrolment, scholarships, and financial aid on postgraduate programmes at the University of Tuscia, please follow this link .

A scholarship callout for international students who graduated in a first level course in another Italian or International University is now open.
The deadline is the 15 October 2021. Read the call  here  and use this application form to  apply .

Prospective students could apply to the following scholarship programmes:

  • Regional Scholarship

  • Ministry of Education Scholarship

Undergrad programs