Foreign Languages and Literatures 36 months Undergraduate Program By Università degli Studi di Udine |Top Universities
Program Duration

36 monthsProgram duration

Tuitionfee

7,266 USDTuition Fee/year

Scholarship

YesScholarships

Main Subject Area

Modern LanguagesMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Modern Languages

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

On Campus

Foreign Languages and Literatures was established in 1978 as the first Faculty of the University of Udine. Over the years it has enhanced its high quality linguistic, literary and cultural studies programmes in the four main European languages studied and spoken worldwide (English, French, German and Spanish), in the Central-Eastern European languages (Czech, Polish, Rumanian, Serbian-Croatian, Slovene, Russian, and Hungarian) and in local ‘minority’ languages (Friulian, Slovene and German). The excellence of its teaching methodology is also evident in the relationship between student-professor, the ample teaching and self-study spaces, the libraries, the language laboratories, the elevated number of qualified mother tongue language assistants, and in the excellent student orientation services.
For many of the disciplines taught, numerous agreements with other universities in Europe and worldwide have been made, so as to allow our students and those of the partner universities to study abroad and have their exams recognized within a high quality international network of education.
As far as educational objectives are concerned, graduates in Foreign Languages and Literatures will be able to:
  • communicate in their language of study at a B2/C1 level (European Framework of Reference), depending on their language options;
  • actively participate, in a foreign language, in a literary, social and cultural debate which could eventually lead  to post-graduate studies (Magister degree) and doctoral research;
  • relate to others, both in the public or private spheres, with equilibrium, flexibility, cooperation, openness and interdependence;
  • carry out and update projects regarding the organization and management of communicative systems in companies, boards, and institutions which work in the specific fields of language and culture;
  • mediate  between  diverse linguistic and cultural systems and harmonize interpersonal and intercultural dynamics originating in situations of ethnic, cultural and linguistic “difference”, through activities which underline  the ability to share ideas, projects and actions;

In particular students will be able to:
  • acquire competences and knowledge pertaining to the modern languages and literatures studied, and place them in their historical-cultural contexts;
  • understand the linguistic, cultural and literary complexity of the local and global world;
  • self-consciously face difference with a versatile and interdisciplinary approach;
  • communicate their ideas effectively, respecting those of others and dialoguing with them in order to reach shared objectives.

The Course is structured following two diverse phases: the first educational with basic preparation and the other methodological:
a) the first phase consolidates linguistic, historic and literary competences related to the languages and cultures of interest and an introduction to the basics of IT of these specific disciplinary fields;
b) the second phase is a more exhaustive research into the literary and intercultural disciplines seen as privileged vehicles for comparison and mediation between diverse cultures.

Program overview

Main Subject

Modern Languages

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

On Campus

Foreign Languages and Literatures was established in 1978 as the first Faculty of the University of Udine. Over the years it has enhanced its high quality linguistic, literary and cultural studies programmes in the four main European languages studied and spoken worldwide (English, French, German and Spanish), in the Central-Eastern European languages (Czech, Polish, Rumanian, Serbian-Croatian, Slovene, Russian, and Hungarian) and in local ‘minority’ languages (Friulian, Slovene and German). The excellence of its teaching methodology is also evident in the relationship between student-professor, the ample teaching and self-study spaces, the libraries, the language laboratories, the elevated number of qualified mother tongue language assistants, and in the excellent student orientation services.
For many of the disciplines taught, numerous agreements with other universities in Europe and worldwide have been made, so as to allow our students and those of the partner universities to study abroad and have their exams recognized within a high quality international network of education.
As far as educational objectives are concerned, graduates in Foreign Languages and Literatures will be able to:
  • communicate in their language of study at a B2/C1 level (European Framework of Reference), depending on their language options;
  • actively participate, in a foreign language, in a literary, social and cultural debate which could eventually lead  to post-graduate studies (Magister degree) and doctoral research;
  • relate to others, both in the public or private spheres, with equilibrium, flexibility, cooperation, openness and interdependence;
  • carry out and update projects regarding the organization and management of communicative systems in companies, boards, and institutions which work in the specific fields of language and culture;
  • mediate  between  diverse linguistic and cultural systems and harmonize interpersonal and intercultural dynamics originating in situations of ethnic, cultural and linguistic “difference”, through activities which underline  the ability to share ideas, projects and actions;

In particular students will be able to:
  • acquire competences and knowledge pertaining to the modern languages and literatures studied, and place them in their historical-cultural contexts;
  • understand the linguistic, cultural and literary complexity of the local and global world;
  • self-consciously face difference with a versatile and interdisciplinary approach;
  • communicate their ideas effectively, respecting those of others and dialoguing with them in order to reach shared objectives.

The Course is structured following two diverse phases: the first educational with basic preparation and the other methodological:
a) the first phase consolidates linguistic, historic and literary competences related to the languages and cultures of interest and an introduction to the basics of IT of these specific disciplinary fields;
b) the second phase is a more exhaustive research into the literary and intercultural disciplines seen as privileged vehicles for comparison and mediation between diverse cultures.

Admission requirements

3 Years

Tuition fee and scholarships

Domestic Students

7,266
-

International Students

7,266
-

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