The Italian Studies, European Literary Cultures, Linguistics - European Literary Cultures programme from University of Bologna aims to offer extensive knowledge and adequate tools to form professional experts in Italian, English and French culture, language and literature, able to combine the solid knowledge provided by their subject field (LM-14) with new knowledge, in constant dialogue with other disciplines and with the use of new technologies.
The programme objective is to successfully intertwine Italian literary tradition with the European and Extra-European traditions and provide theoretical, critical and methodological competencies aimed to form professionals able to operate in national and international cultural environments.
Graduates will have the required critical thinking disposition to analyse historical-literary events, texts and documents; will have strong writing and oral communication skills; will be able to produce and manage professional oral and written text, in both traditional and digital format; will have the ability to operate individually and as part of a team in different cultural and business environments, within the public and private sector.
Graduates may expand the knowledge acquired in the subject field of the LM-14 programme, by choosing specific curricula that focus on specific skills required by professional profiles that operate in a dynamic society, in which traditional roles need to be redesigned in light of new competencies and new professional figures are being shaped. The teaching activities offered in the different curricula aim to provide competencies related to library, artistic and documentary heritage, considered as assets of incredible civil, social and economic value, worth knowing, preserving and promoting with the adequate knowledge and competence.
For more information, please visit the programme website.
This programme may require students to demonstrate proficiency in English.
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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