Faculty of: Linguistic Sciences And Foreign Literatures, Political And Social Sciences

Linguistic sciences for international relations


Academic Year 2024/2025

Duration 3 years

Language Italian

Degree classes L-12 (Applied languages)

The course combines the study of linguistic sciences with the educational and research experience and teaching resources of the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences, putting to use reciprocal tools and skills for a better understanding of the complex reality of international relations, relations between states, international and supranational bodies and non-state actors in both a synchronic and diachronic perspective.

In order to obtain the degree, 180 credits (ECTS) are required: normally about 60 credit per year are acquired by means of assessment tests for both courses and supplementary teaching activities. Each exam is given a certain number of credits (ECTS), the same for all students, and a grade (expressed in a mark out of 30) which varies according to the level of preparation.
The final examination mark is expressed in a mark out of one hundred and ten.

The programme in Linguistic Sciences for International Relations has no curriculum.
The languages offered in the degree programme are: French, English, Russian, Spanish, German, Chinese (80 places are reserved for this language), Arabic (60 places are reserved for this language).
The study plan includes two three-year cycles of languages, a cycle of two/three exams of linguistic sciences and a cycleof six/ nine specific exams, to answer to the language/professional needs of the society and meant to built a specific professionalism.