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Italian Language Course


Costs, deadlines and credit award rules are different depending on the category of international student you belong to.

Click on the menu on the right-side of the page to view information for each category.

  1. Exchange/Direct Enrolment (UCSC Partnerships):
    In order to come to Cattolica for a semester or a year as an Exchange student, your home institution must be a Cattolica partner, either within Europe (List of EU Partner Institutions) or outside (List of NON-EU Partner Institutions) or an ISEP member institution (ISEP Network).
     
  2. Study abroad:
    If your home institution is not an existing Università Cattolica partner you can enroll directly to Cattolica as a Study Abroad student, which means you study at Cattolica for a limited period of time (semester or a year only) and then graduate at your home institution.
     
  3. Degree Seeking:
    Students who enroll in a degree program: corso di Laurea, corso di Laurea Magistrale or Master Universitario (Specializing Master), and receive a Diploma issued by Università Cattolica upon graduation. 

Exchange


UCSC International welcomes hundreds of International Students to its Milan campus within the scope of international mobility projects, and to promote internationalization. UCSC International organizes an Italian Language Course, designed for students who want to learn, study and explore the Italian language. The language course is not compulsory but highly recommended.

Course Fall 2016 dates Spring 2017 dates Schedule
Pre-session intensive course 
(45 units - 6 ECTS) 
Held at the beginning of each semester
5 - 16 September 6 - 17 February From Monday to Friday, from 9.30 am to 1 pm. There will be also 2 lessons in the afternoon
Semester course 
(45 units - 6 ECTS)
Runs throughout the semester and in conjunction with other academic coursework 
Starting on September, 26 Starting on February 27, Monday and Wednesday or Tuesday and Thursday from 5.30 to 7 pm, depending on your level

 

Course information and description

  1. Course Information
  2. Course Description

 

Options available

Students may opt for the following three options:

Option Cost Payment Placement test
Pre-session intensive + Semester course
90 units - 12 ECTS
€ 600 Not available yet Click here
Pre-session intensive course only
45 units - 6 ECTS
€ 350 Not available yet Click here
Semester course only
45 units - 6 ECTS
€ 350 Not available yet Click here

IMPORTANT: Your access to the placement test is linked to your payment. In order to enter the placement test you will need to select the appropriate payment option and the exact email address used in the payment process. Remember that you are required to take the placement test in order to assess which level is the most appropriate for you.

Note for Direct-enrollment students: the pre-session Intensive and Semester Italian Language Courses are included in the tuition for Study Abroad - Direct enrollment students. Students will however be asked to formally opt for one or both courses and to complete an online placement test in order to assess which level is the most appropriate.

 

UCSC withdrawal and reimbursement policy

Study Abroad 


UCSC International welcomes hundreds of International Students to its Milan campus within the scope of international mobility projects and to promote internationalization. UCSC International organizes an Italian Language Course, designed for students who want to learn, study and explore the Italian language. The language course is not compulsory but highly recommended. 

Course Fall 2015 dates Spring 2016 dates Schedule
Pre-session intensive course 
(45 units - 6 ECTS) 
Held at the beginning of each semester
5 - 16
September
6 - 17
February
From Monday to Friday, from 9.30 am to 1 pm. There will be also 2 lessons in the afternoon.
Semester course 
(45 units - 6 ECTS)
Runs throughout the semester and in conjunction with other academic coursework 
Starting on September, 26 Starting on February, 27 Monday and Wednesday or Tuesday and Thursday from 5.30 to 7 pm.
 

 

Course information and description

  1. Course Information
  2. Course Description

As a visitor/study abroad student the course is part of your benefits. You will however be asked to formally opt for one or both courses and to complete an online placement test in order to assess which level is the most appropriate for you.

Degree-seeking


UCSC International organizes an Italian Language Course, designed for students who want to learn, study and explore the Italian language. The language course is recommended to students attending both Italian and English-taught degree programs. 

Course Fall 2016 dates Spring 2017 dates Schedule
Pre-session intensive course 
(45 units) 
Held at the beginning of each semester

5 - 16
September

6 - 17 February From Monday to Friday, from 9.30 am to 1 pm. There will be also 2 lessons in the afternoon
Semester course 
(45 units)
Runs throughout the semester and in conjunction with other academic coursework 
Starting on September 26 Starting on February 29 Monday and Wednesday or Tuesday and Thursday from 5.30 to 8 pm. 
Please note that Italian classes of the semester course may overlap with regular academic classes. Check your schedule before registering.
 

 

Read the course Description

 

Costs

Option Cost Payment and placement test deadline Payment Placement test
Pre-session intensive course
45 units
€ 400 Not available yet Will open in June 2016 Click here
Semester course only
45 units 
€ 400 Not available yet Will open in June 2016 Click here

 

In order to enter the placement test you will need to select the appropriate payment option and the email address used in the payment process.

IMPORTANT:In addition to the online placement test, students are also required to attend an oral interview on September 1 (Pre-session intensive) or September 13 (semester) in order to assess which level is most appropriate to them.

No credits are awarded at the end of the courses, however a certificate is issued after the final exam upon request of the student.

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