First in-person edition of the course “Ways and perspectives of studying in Italy”


SINTERThe Institutional Center for Languages and Translation (NILT/SINTER) promotes the first in-person edition of the course “Ways and perspectives of studying in Italy – reading and understanding Calls for Applications in Italian language”. Register here until 19 October.

The initiative seeks to equip the academic community (undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff members) with the ability to understand Calls for Applications for scholarships in Italian educational institutions. It is intended that students, at the end of this course, will be able to: 1) easily locate Calls for Applications for Italian government scholarships; 2) understand the Italian higher education system; 3) know the main Italian proficiency tests; 4) recognize characteristics of a Call for Applications written in Italian; 5) autonomously fill in application forms.

The course will be taught by the instructors Cleide Giacomelli Borraz and Telmo Clos Ambrosini, with the supervision of Prof. Daniela Bunn (MEN/CED). The course has 15 places and totals 20 hours, distributed into three meetings scheduled for 24 October (Module 1), 31 October (Module 2), and 7 November (Module 4), from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. The meetings will be held at NILT, located in the Rectorate Building II (Av. Desembargador Vitor Lima, 222). Participants are not required to have previous knowledge of the Italian language.

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