Website address: www.unive.it/degree/lm40
Italian version: www.unive.it/cdl/lm40
The Master’s Degree programme in Languages, Economics and Institutions of Asia and North Africa has the formative objective to prepare students to possess an elevated understanding in a language from Asia or Mediterranean Africa, with particular attention to the specific jargon relating to the economic and legal framework, combined with a solid knowledge of economic and business, legal, historical, political and socio-political reality relevant to the geographical area covered by the study and available in a specialized way, depending on the chosen curriculum. A fundamental element of the preparation is the competence of of sociolinguistic and communicative processes specific to the areas in question, aiming to allow the student to be able to resolve problems of a practical, ethical and socio-anthropological nature within intercultural communication, and in various aspects of the international corperation. The students, furthermore ,will have informatic and telematic skills, whether general or linked to the specific reference linguistic realities (software for writing in languages with different alphabets to those latin or non-alphabetic, the use and compilation of databases in these languages, etc.), as well as an in-depth understanding of the principle research tools and relative methodology, in the fields of social, political, economic and legal institutions of Asia and Mediterranean Africa.
Following the published ranking list, here are the available 2 places for the curriculum LAMAC and 3 places fot the curriculum LISIC.
Candidates with a successful place can accept their place by filling in the form and paying the pre-registration contribution by 12pm on 19th September 2017.
For all the curricula, the notice of a potential second round of selection will be published on September 22nd 2017.
Online under Study > Courses in the dedicated websites of each Degree programme, you can find the list of courses taught in academic year 2017/2018.
Information about previously taught courses can be found in the dedicated websites of each Degree programme, under Course Search selecting the correct academic year.