The Department of Foreign Languages, Literatures and Cultures gathers the tradition of linguistic, literary and philological studies of the Faculty of Humanities to create a homogeneous unit, articulated in research projects and curricular paths. Plurality in the methodological, theoretical and applied fields as well as a firm devotion to innovation and development constitute its founding principles, also in relation to similar sectors and study areas.
The scientific and didactic project is part of an international dimension that enhances education, research and communication of scientific production, draws on new methodologies, encourages cross-disciplinary exchanges and collaborations. The high affinity among disciplinary sectors ensures a clear and strong presence of the project on the territory, thus satisfying the educational demands in foreign languages and literature, teaching, as well as in linguistic and cultural mediation.
The Department also holds an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree "European Master in Lexicography (EMLex)" within the Master's Degree "Modern Languages for International Communication". The EMLex course focuses in an International and interdisciplinary education in the field of Lexicography connecting students from all over the world. By the end of the studies, students will have acquired appropriate abilities to perform various professions and types of work in consultancy, design in the publishing sector of lexicography and in research. For further information please consult the following web sites: Erasmus Mundus Catalogue (europa.eu);
Course with open access
The Degree course in Languages and literatures for intercultural communication requires a compulsory and non selective online exam for the assessment of basic knowledge.
Date of the exams: 02/09/2022, 30/09/2022
The enrolment is conditional to taking the exam and can be carried out for students taking the exam on 02/09/2022, from 09/09/2022 till 17/10/2022.
Students taking the exam on 30/09/2022 can enrol from 07/10/2022 till 18/10/2022
Course with local restricted access
The Degree Course in Languages, cultural and linguistic mediation requires a compulsory and selective entrance exam compulsory for the enrollment
Set quota: 360 students
Date of the exam: 16/09/2022
For further information about calls for applications, proceeding for enrollment, fees and grants, please consult the Student Portal.
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