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Applied languages

Graduates of this degree course must:

  1. possess a solid cultural and linguistic basis in at least two languages other than Italian;
  2. possess strong oral and written linguistic ability and techniques;
  3. possess adequate general education in economics, law, history, politics, sociology, anthropology and literature;
  4. be able to use the tools needed for the effective communication and management of information;
  5. possess adequate knowledge of issues concerning specific work contexts (public institutions, manufacturing, tourism, cultural and environmental bodies) in relation to applied languages, as well as possible evolutions in the field including multiethnic and intercultural issues;
  6. be able to organise their work autonomously and be adaptive to various work environments.