Minor in Italian Language Advanced
UCAS code: Your UCAS code will be the code of your Major.
Available for students starting in September 2017.
If you choose a Minor in Italian Language (Advanced) you will study Italian language from post-A-level to the level of proficiency required to use the language professionally.
If you do not have an A-level in Italian you might be interested in the Minor in Italian Studies (Beginners).
In your first year you will focus on developing the four main skills — reading, writing, listening and speaking — through a variety of in-class interactive activities carried out in small groups and independent learning tasks.
Your individual learning and active participation will be encouraged through close contact with your tutor, work with the other members of the small group and regular feedback.
In your second year you will continue to develop your language skills at an appropriate level (B1 and B2).
The study of the language will always be placed in a context that relates to contemporary life and society. The material used — texts, audios, videos and visuals — will integrate the study of cultural elements essential to understand the language in the wider context of contemporary Italy. New technologies and self-access language learning are at the heart of our teaching methods and encourage our students to become independent learners and speakers of Italian.
- Italian Language Post-Advanced
In your final year you will continue to develop your language skills at an appropriate level in the four main areas — reading, writing, listening and speaking — through a variety of in-class interactive activities carried out in small groups and independent learning tasks.
By the end of the final year, you will have reached a level of Italian that will allow you to use it professionally (C1 and above).
- Post Advanced Italian Language
Modules shown represent choices available to current students. The range of modules available and the content of any individual module may change in future years.
Minimum grade B in A-Level Italian or equivalent.
In language work you will be assessed by a variety of means, including spoken and listening tests, reading and writing exercises. There will be a balance of continuous assessment and end of semester assignments or examinations.
Now choose your Major
On a Major/Minor degree, 25% of your course will be your Minor (in this case Italian Language (Advanced)) and 75% will be your Major.
Please note that you cannot study a Minor in Italian Language (Advanced) with a Major in:
- Italian Studies (Beginners)
- Italian Studies (Advanced)