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The School of Arts and Humanities at Swansea offers a wide range of degree schemes in Italian allowing you to
Italian at Swansea University is open to beginners, as well as those with previous knowledge. We offer Joint Honours programmes with other European Languages, Translation and Interpreting, Arts and Humanities subjects , Economics, Geography and Law.
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Andy Patton, BA Italian and Spanish Graduate says:
“One of the most attractive aspects of my degree was the inclusion of a study year abroad. I went to Italy to study at the Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna, from which I have 11 months of fantastic memories.”
Alex Giacon, BA Italian Graduate says:
“I enjoyed meeting new friends at Swansea. The whole university experience allowed me to grow as a person, and has helped me get to where I am today. I now work for Yahoo! As a Planning and Strategy Executive in the Global Sales Team, which helps support and update sales managers about new products and responds to briefs that come in from clients.”
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We welcome all enquiries and applications. Our preferred offer for Single and Joint Honours is BBC at A level (excluding General Studies) or equivalent. BBC offer is made on review of the application form, after taking into consideration the subjects studied, the predicted grades, reference and personal statement. Candidates pursuing Scottish Highers, the Irish Leaving Certificate, Access courses, the International Baccalaureate, European Baccalaureate or Welsh Baccalaureate qualifications, are also eligible.
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All modules are taught in small classes. The format (lecture, seminar discussion, written or oral language class) and the medium of instruction (English or Italian) vary according to the topic, and the needs of the group at any given time. Language Laboratory, Computer Assisted Language Learning, and TV/video facilities are available for private study, as well as being fully integrated elements in a number of modules. Different modules employ different, and in many cases, mixed methods of assessment. These include written examinations, essays and other assessed work completed either in class or in students’ own time, and oral/aural language tests, according to the topic and level of the module.
Information regarding dates and times for Enrolment can be found on the Student Records webpages.
Applications should be made through UCAS.
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