European, American and Postcolonial Language and Literature

Website address: www.unive.it/degree/lm3
Italian version: www.unive.it/cdl/lm3

This course provides skills to advance you in the field of languages, literature, and culture in European and American postcolonial countries, and is divided into different curricula (American Studies, French Studies, German Studies, Iberian Studies, Slavic Studies and Balkan studies).

During your studies, you will develop advanced skills in the history of literary language and the culture of the studied civilisations. You will acquire a strong competence in one of the languages studied.

Internationality is a distinctive trait of the course thanks to collaborations with foreign universities that allow you to obtain joint degrees or double diplomas.

At the end of your degree you will be able to choose to pursue studies in the field of research, to take on a role of responsibility in the field of national and international entrepreneurship in public and private institutions. You will also be able to participate in selecting what is taught in foreign languages, civilisation and literature in every year group of public schools.

QS World University Rankings 2018 Modern Languages Top 150

Register in 5 simple steps

If you are a student holding an international degree and you intend of registering for a Bachelor's or Master's degree course at Ca' Foscari, before anything else, you must apply for a pre-evaluation of your study qualification and school curriculum. Register on www.apply.unive.it. If the pre-evaluation is successful you can proceed with your application for Ca' Foscari.

 1: verify that you fulfill the access requirements using the appropriate procedure

 2: wait for the results of the evaluation of the access requirements published

 3: register to the University website

 4: fill in the application for registration

 5: make the first instalment payment

You can take advantage of economic benefits including scholarships, tax reductions and incentives for students outside the region. Read the calls in the relevant web pages to find out how and when to submit the request.

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