Academic Year: 2017/2018
Bachelor's Degree Programme
Double degree in Italian Studies – Italian Studies and History of Art with the University College London
Admission: Call for applications (Spring 2016 for Academic Year 2017/18).
Regarding the available spaces, there are 23 spots reserved for non-EU students, of which 2 spaces are reserved for Chinese students, living in China, studying under the Marco Polo Project.
To access the course, a previous suitable background is required. Each curriculum needs a specific knowledge, which the student should have before enrolling the university, in order to attend the course successfully. It is possible to verify this knowledge before enrolling.
If the result of the test is negative, the student can enroll, but he/she receives a supplementary educational debt (OFA), which means that the student must fill any gaps in his/ her background through specific activities organized by the University.
More information on OFA for this programme is available on the webpage dedicated to admission requirements.
The course offers a basic training in a historic-methodological style (particularly linguistic-philological, literary and historic) concentrating on the linguistic history and the figurative/literary culture of the ancient Mediterranean and Europe from Medieval times to the present day (with specific attention to the Italian rule and more generally the Romanic period).
The Bachelor’s Degree programme offers the basic training that guarantees students the foundation to training courses for secondary school teaching for first and second grade; furthermore, the acquired skills allow students to offer their professional collaboration to public and private companies that deal with: professional training, editorial activity (traditional or online), communication (in a broad sense) and the evaluation and spread of well-being.
Learning activities comprise taught courses, tests/seminars, workshop-based activities and internships; acquisition of competencies is tested by means of written and oral exams.
The final exam requires students to prepare a paper under the guidance of a supervisor on a theme of relevance to the contents of their studies (in the form of a critical re-examination of a problem, an annotated bibliography, a partial/complete critical edition or analysis of a text, a source or a historical/modern documentary corpus).
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