The degree programme in Linguistic and Cultural Mediation requires an adequate knowledge of Italian.
If you pass the course admission-test but do not reach the minimum score of 10 out of 30 in the Italian language section of it, you can still enrol, but will have to perform an Italian Language Additional Learning Requirment (OFA).
The OFA must be performed by 30 September of the year following that of enrolment.
After enrolment, to perform the OFA you must sit and pass the LT0001 OFA-Italian Language exam.
The OFA is performed when you pass the exam. We strongly recommend that you attend the classes of the Italian Language course, but attendance is not compulsory.
In order to perform your OFA you must register for (online) and sit the LT0001 OFA Italian language exam. Please note that in order to register for any exam, you need to first finalise your study plan (piano di studi).
If you sign up for the exam and then decide that you don’t want to sit it in the selected date, you can cancel your registration up to the registration deadline.
Four exam sessions are scheduled:
Exams are oral. Exam dates will be published on the degree programme’s website. Follow: Study > Exams.
From the a.y. 2017/2018 onwards, teaching on the Computer Literacy course will be conducted on an interactive online platform that helps students develop the skills necessary to create web pages and code. The course will use material from Khan Academy, one of the world’s most popular educational websites. The course will be available in either Italian or English. The course will be accompanied by resources for students including exercises and mock exams.
Exams will be held from January 2018 onwards. The new Computer Literacy exam will be mandatory for students who enroled in the 2017/2018 academic year onwards and students who enroled in previous academic years but did not pass the old Computer Literacy exam by the end of 2017.
For more information on the course programme, teaching methods and assessments, please see the course syllabus.
Discover the linguistic skills that are required to students that enroll in Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programmes, and students that are already enrolled.
Furthermore, consult the cases of exemption as well as all the linguistic certificates recognized by the University.