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Degrees

Business and Economics

BA of 3 years and 180 ects + 2 years MA and 120 ects

Civil and Environmental Engineering

BS of 3 years and 180 ects + 2 years MS and 120 ects

Computer and Control Engineering

BS of 3 years and 180 ects + 2 years MS and 120 ects

Industrial Engineering

BS of 3 years and 180 ects / energy+ 2 years MS and 120 ects / energy or design

Fashion and Design

BA of 3 years and 180 ects

 

Courses available in Italian language:

BA of 3 years and 180 ects:

Faculty of law

Legal services for business

Political and social sciences

Faculty of humanities

Literature and music

Foreign languages and literatures

Faculty of psychology

Psychological sciences and techniques

Motor and sports activities sciences

Communication sciences

Education and training sciences

 

BA of 5 years and 300 ects:

Faculty of law

Law

 

MA of 2 years and 120 ects

Postgraduate courses (2 years)

Faculty of humanities

Modern philology

Modern languages and literature and intercultural translation

Faculty of psychology

Psychology

Educational sciences

 

Additional program: HIGHER ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUPPORT

Our University, as an international organization, has a special responsibility to those students who, though extremely able and well-prepared for university study, lack the language skills necessary to obtain a degree program in English. The program, offered upon request by our overseas partners, has the objective to reinforce the English language learning opportunity.

Fees of the course are indicated in our Partner’s website.

The Curriculum

During a two days per week session, students receive classroom instruction about the most critical English areas to be successful in their University career. An integrated program developing reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills is taught by highly-qualified professors. The methods and materials used help students to build a solid English language foundation for university studies.

Small size classes ensures that each student receives individual attention and it allow to have extensive opportunities for active class participation. Examinations are given regularly to evaluate student progress. The courses do not carry academic credit.

Objectives:

  • To improve fluency and writing skills (complete grammar revision, principles of sentence construction, grammar review, summaries of different kinds of texts, composition concerning different topics, skimming a fast reading of a text in order to have a general idea of the content, scanning a fast reading of a text with the purpose of finding specific information, conversation)

  • To enhance understanding abilities

  • To focus on the key elements of the final examination topics (fac simile of TOEFL and IELTS exams)


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