The study plan is a list of all training activities that each student must undertake during its university career (exams, workshops, placement / internship, etc.). The frequency plan instead shows the education activities available by year of the course on which the student is enrolled.
Among the open unit credits for student’s study plan, it is possible to select modules from the entire university educational system of Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees, excluding the modules with compulsory attendance of the Linguistic and Cultural Mediation Degree Programme.
Within the study plan and frequency plan, the rows marked in red indicate mandatory teaching or training activities.
The Master’s Degree programme in Science Languages offers the possibility to enrol in the European Joint Master's Degree in English and American Studies. For more information click here.
|Philological-Editorial [IT]||348 K|
|Language Education [IT]||110 K|
|Computational Linguistics [IT]||355 K|
|Linguistics for deafness and language disorders [IT]||355 K|
|Theoretic Linguistics [IT]||355 K|
|Philological-Editorial [IT]||296 K|
|Language Education [IT]||297 K|
|Computational Linguistics [IT]||297 K|
|Linguistics for deafness and language disorders [IT]||297 K|
|Theoretic Linguistics [IT]||298 K|
|English linguistics - Study plan [IT]||292 K|
|English linguistics - Frequency plan [IT]||285 K|
|Philological-Editorial [IT]||175 K|
|Language Education [IT]||169 K|
|Computational Linguistics [IT]||170 K|
|Linguistics for deafness [IT]||170 K|
|Theoretic Linguistics [IT]||185 K|
|English linguistics||181 K|
The compilation of the study plan is compulsory for every enrollment year, even if you do not plan to apply any changes.
Last update: 16/01/2019