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Italian Language Courses - Free On-Site Courses

The University of Macerata will provide many on-site courses in the Italian language and culture throughout the academic year 2018/2019, which will be free of charge for the participants.

All of the courses are organized and managed by the University Language Centre - Centro Linguistico d'ateneo (CLA).

1st ROUND | FIRST AND SECOND SEMESTER 2018/2019 BEGINNERS' COURSE

Before the lessons of the first semester (fall semester) and before the lessons of the second semester (spring semester) there is a 50 hours intensive beginners' course for international students with no previous knowledge of the Italian language. This course is compulsory for Erasmus students who have not provided an International certificate for Italian language (minimum A1 of the European Framework) validated by the CLA and who have not reached a A1 level in the placement test. (Please, refer to the page http://iro.unimc.it/en/students/incoming-students/erasmus-incoming-students/minimum-recommended-level-of-italian-and-english-language)

INTENSIVE ITALIAN LANGUAGE COURSE COMPULSORY – 50 hours of basic level A0-A2

-       First semester/fall semester: from September 11th 2018 until September 29th 2018

-      Second semester/spring semester: from mid January  until February 2019. (To be updated for A.Y. 18-19)

We recommend that students who have to attend this course arrange their arrival to Macerata accordingly.

ENROLLEMENT at the italian language course compulsory

The students must register in advance at the online services of the University of Macerata through the link: https://studenti.unimc.it

The procedure to access to the Italian language courses L2/LS is available on the web pages:  http://iro.unimc.it/en/students/incoming-students/erasmus-incoming-students/minimum-recommended-level-of-italian-and-english-language http://cla.unimc.it/it/corsi http://cla.unimc.it/en/courses?set_language=en

To be able to take the final exam, the student must attend 75% of the onsite classes (38 hours min.). The  A1 exam does not produce any ECTS credit, because it is the minimum requested level. The ECTS credits will be assigned from the level A2 and on.

For more information about the levels and the ECTS credits, please visit http://iro.unimc.it/en/students/incoming-students/erasmus-incoming-students/italian-language-courses/tabella-riconoscimento-crediti-ects

TYPE OF COURSE: This is an Intensive course intended to introduce students to the Italian language and to Italian culture and to prepare them both for faculty lecturers and for life in the local community. The aim of the course is to offer international students, with little or no knowledge of Italian, an intensive training before the beginning of their study program. Students will then have the opportunity to attend other Italian language courses offered by the CLA throughout the year. All international students who have some or more knowledge of the Italian language can attend one of the other courses which will be held later in the first and second semester (see below), at either intermediate and/or advanced level.

LOCATION: The classroom will be appointed by the CLACentro Linguistico d'Ateneo. Check the CLA website for information. Tel. + 39 0733 258 6065/6066 -E-mail: segreteria.cla@unimc.it

2nd ROUND | FIRST AND SECOND SEMESTER 2018/2019 OTHER ITALIAN LANGUAGE COURSES

During the first and the second semester all those international students who have some previous knowledge of the Italian language will be able to attend other courses of intermediate level and/or advanced level of Italian. This courses will last 40 hours and will be held during the first or the second semester

DURING THE FIRST AND THE SECOND SEMESTER - 40 hours of level A2/B1/B2/C1

ENROLLEMENT at the italian language courses of level A2/B1/B2/C1

The students must register in advance at the online services of the University of Macerata through the link: https://studenti.unimc.it

The procedure to access to the Italian language courses L2/LS is available on the web pages  http://iro.unimc.it/en/students/incoming-students/erasmus-incoming-students/minimum-recommended-level-of-italian-and-english-language http://cla.unimc.it/it/corsi http://cla.unimc.it/en/courses?set_language=en

For more information about the levels and the ECTS credits, please visit our web page on the following link: http://iro.unimc.it/en/students/incoming-students/erasmus-incoming-students/italian-language-courses/tabella-riconoscimento-crediti-ects

DATES: To be decided, but AFTER September 2018 The CLA will publish the exact calendar ASAP on their website.

TYPE OF COURSE: Teacher led classes of Italian language and culture.

LOCATIONThe classroom will be appointed by the CLACentro Linguistico d'Ateneo Contacts Tel. + 39 0733 258 6065/6066 - E-mail: segreteria.cla@unimc.it

TIMETABLE: the courses will be held on Monday and Saturday 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. and on Friday 2 p.m. - 7.30 p.m.

***************************************************************************************************************************************                                                                                                                                               We All the international students (Erasmus and Bilateral Agreements) can attend the Italian Language courses exclusively organized by the CLA (University Linguistic Center). They cannot attend other Italian Language courses organized by the Departments.

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Any other international student who is NOT an exchange student can apply by contacting the University’s language Centre (CLA): Centro Linguistico d'Ateneo, Palazzo Compagnoni delle Lune, Via Don Minzoni, 17. Tel. + 39 0733 258 6065/6066   - E-mail: segreteria.cla@unimc.it W: ITA: http://cla.unimc.it/it?set_language=it - EN: http://cla.unimc.it/en?set_language=en