Studying Italian at Swansea
Italian at Swansea offers a balanced and attractive choice of undergraduate programmes and activities to students who are beginners in Italian. Most of you will have studied other modern languages before coming to Swansea. This will give you a good background for your university study of Italian. But those of you who have little or no background in languages should also be able to follow the course successfully. The important thing is that you have the motivation to begin the study of a language and culture which have been important in the past and are becoming ever more important today in the context of the European Union. For details of undergraduate degree schemes in Italian look at our Italian Undergraduate Information Italian Undergraduate Brochure or click here for Undergraduate programme information and UCAS codes. See what current students are talking about in our Italian student blog.
We also offer wide-ranging opportunities for postgraduate study, with Italian modules offered as part of the MA in Translation with Language Technology, both run by the Department of Modern Languages. Research degrees in a wide range of areas covering 19th- and 20th-century Italy are also available. For details of postgraduate degree schemes, please refer to Postgraduate Studies.