Languages, Culture and Digital Communication (Bachelor Degree)

Italy

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Bachelor Degree

How long you will study
3 Years

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full-time

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About Languages, Culture and Digital Communication at IULM University of Milan

The three-year Bachelor's degree course in Languages, Culture and Digital Communication is a newly conceived course that has been designed alongside the business world; it emerges from observing the evolution that the digital revolution is bringing about in the production and dissemination of knowledge. Within this course, the traditional disciplines linked to humanistic culture and knowledge of foreign languages provide the essential basis of the digital tools designed for the transmission and communication of knowledge. The course prepares students on both the humanistic-linguistic side and on the computer-digital side. The study plan includes the disciplines linked to humanistic culture, the study of foreign languages and the computer workshops and digital projects.

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Entry requirements

The following categories of candidates may apply for the admissions test:

  • Italian or EU nationals holding an Italian 5-year high school diploma or equivalent qualification;
  • Italian or EU nationals holding a qualification equivalent to the Italian high school diploma obtained on completion of a period of schooling of no less than 12 years;
  • non-EU nationals upon presentation of an application for admission in accordance with provisions in force regarding the entry, stay and enrolment of foreign/international students, as well as an evaluation of documentation and of each specific situation;
  • Italian citizens attending the fourth year of an Italian high school – with the exception of the Bachelor’s degree course in Interpreting and Communication, for which attendance in at least the fifth year is compulsory;
  • Italian citizens attending the fifth year of an Italian high school;
  • EU or non-EU nationals attending the final year in a high school in their home country or a Foundation Year (a preparatory course for international students who have not completed a 12-year period of schooling), subsequent to evaluation of documentation and of each specific situation.

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Applicants for the admissions test for the Bachelor’s degree course in Corporate communication and Public Relations must have a knowledge of English equivalent to at least level B2 in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). Applicants who are not in possession of the required language certification (or with certification that is no longer valid) must take the specific Assessment Test following the procedures described below.

Applicants who have completed their entire high school studies attending English-speaking schools in Italy or abroad will be exempt from the assessment test.

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