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Italian Studies is an international second cycle degree built as an educational path that goes through different subjects, in an interdisciplinary way. [+]
Italian Studies is an international second cycle degree built as an educational path that goes through different subjects, in an interdisciplinary way. The course provides a pioneering training in Italian culture since it will be based on the newest results of a cultural analysis. English will be the teaching language for this Master degree, but students will also follow advanced courses in Italian during the second year.
Requirements and Admission Procedures
Since Italian Studies is a course taught in English, students must have a high intermediate proficiency in English language (B2 or equivalent) and a low intermediate knowledge of Italian language, which will be improved during the first year.... [-]