The Undergraduate degree programme in Linguistic Sciences enables students to:
- acquire a solid competence in at least two European languages (and, for certain curricula, one European and one non-European language) at the level of written (active and passive written skills), oral (active and passive oral skills) and media language;
- acquire initial skills in the specialised languages related to the different subject areas of the curricula into which the degree programme is divided;
- acquire specific professional skills in the different subject areas that characterise the individual curricula (business, tourism, communication and media);
- possess in-depth scientific competence in the field of linguistic disciplines, both theoretical (such as general linguistics, which is the cultural basis of all language learning), historical (philology, history of the different languages) and applied (foreign language teaching, expressive techniques, use of IT tools in the linguistic field);
- obtain a literary education, which is diversified according to the curricula, at the level of historical knowledge and the ability to read and critically elaborate texts;
- achieve, in addition to literary knowledge, a cultural-historical competence in the economic, legal and political fields related to the languages of specialisation.
"A LINGUISTIC MASTER KEY TO KNOW AND EXPLORE THE WORLD"