Programmes

University studies divide into three cycles: first-cycle degree programmes and single-cycle degree programmes (Bachelor and Master’s degree in one); second-cycle (Master’s) degree programmes; third-cycle programmes (PhDs and Specialization School). Professional update courses are also run, such as First- and Second-level University Masters, Post-graduate Programmes, Lifelong Learning programmes and intensive courses, Summer and Winter School.

First-cycle and second-cycle Degree Programmes

Admission to Degree Programmes is by high-school diploma; they last three years at the end of which one obtains a degree and the title of ‘Doctor’.

Second-cycle Degree Programmes require a first degree by way of admission and last two years, at the end of which one obtains a Master’s Degree and the title of M.A./M.Sc. (Dottore Magistrale)

First- and second-cycle degree programmes being run at the Bologna campus Vice Chairmanship:

For information on degree programmes at the Bologna campus and enrolment procedure, consult the section "degree programme information" in the programme presentation file.

First- and second-cycle degree programmes being run at the Forlì campus Vice Chairmanship (ex SSLMIT):

For information on degree programmes at the Forlì campus and enrolment procedure, consult the section "degree programme information" in the programme presentation file.

 

Course Unit Catalogue

For each course unit, information is available on the learning outcomes, study plan, organisation of teaching and exam texts.
You may search the course units of this School by teacher, programme type, degree programme and AY.

 

PhDs

A PhD is the highest level of education in the Italian academic system and aims to instil the skills needed to conduct top-level research at a university, public organization or private institution.

List of PhDs currently run by the School:

Post-graduate university programmes

Post-graduate and lifelong learning university programmes are offered by the University for people with jobs who wish to deepen and update their knowledge on subjects to do with their work.

Consult the Course page in Language Mediation and Interpreting for public services to see what has been activated.

 

Masters

University Masters are scientific upgrade and lifelong learning/ periodic programmes for those who already possess a three-year degree or Master’s degree. A University Masters is an ideal addition to one’s studies and a passport to the world of work.

List of Masters run by the School:

 

E-learning programmes

Part of the School’s programme catalogue provides classroom practice in handling the tools and technology enabling students to learn on the web and from multimedia sources.

In a.y. 2014/15 the following course units will also be available in e-learning mode:

  • English language and linguistics 1
  • Comparative literatures (1st-cycle)
  • Literature and visual studies (1st-cycle)

For greater detail about these course units, consult the websites of the Degree Programmes.

 

Summer School

The School provides Summer Schools of language, history, literature and culture.

Check from its website whether the following Summer School is being run: