If you wish to know more about our courses through direct contact with the school, you are most welcome to visit us and to make an appointment to meet the head of Orientation.
For further information you can also phone us at the school or e-mail us at email@example.com
Open Day Online
Open Day online e colloqui di orientamento individuale per gli studenti interessati a conoscere i corsi di laurea triennale o magistrale attivi presso la Scuola
Gli Open Day, durante i quali sarà possibile interagire ponendo domande al coordinamento didattico e ai docenti, si svolgeranno giovedì 30 aprile e giovedì 28 maggio, dalle ore 14.30 alle 16.30
Per partecipare è necessaria l’iscrizione
Colloqui di Orientamento
I colloqui individuali con i responsabili dell’orientamento e del coordinamento didattico potranno avvenire via Skype o telefonicamente, e sono previsti per tutti i lunedì di maggio (4-11-18-25), dalle ore 14.30 alle 16.00
Undergraduate Degree In Language Mediation
To be admitted to the School, the student must be in possession of a secondary school Diploma or other qualification obtained abroad and recognized as equivalent by the Italian Ministry for Education, Universities and Research and documented by a declaration of validity. A sufficient level of competence in languages is also required.
Admission requirements are:
- sufficient knowledge of at least one of the following foreign languages: French, English, Spanish, German, Italian (for foreign students) – the level required for admission is B1;
- comprehension skills: the student must be able to correctly understand the meaning of a text in a foreign language, to write a summary of and to answer questions about text content;
- proficiency in morpho-syntactic and lexical aspects of Italian and an appropriate level of general education.
To enrol, students must be in possession of the above requirements and sit the entry test, prior to the course. The test is used only to orientate the students not as a selection tool. It consists of written and oral sections aimed at assessing the language skills and aptitudes of the candidates.
Master’S Degree In Interpreting And Translation
Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent degree.
- Candidates with an Italian Laurea Triennale L-11 or L-12 may be exempted from entrance tests provided their degree includes 24 ECTS or more for each language and the total amount of ECTS earned in literature or culture/civilization is not less than 36;
- Candidates with other types of Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent degree) must have obtained at least 30 ECTS in each language they intend to study and at least 12 ECTS in the relative literature or culture/civilization.
Candidates who cannot prove to have earned the number of ECTS required as shown above must be able to prove they have a C1 level (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) in each language they intend to study or have an interview to evaluate their preparation for the program. The interviews are helin September. Candidates are invited to the interviews via e-mail at least 7 days before the the interview. It is the candidate’s responsibility to check their own e-mail.