26 January 2014
Sapienza Summer School - Italian Language and Culture
Sapienza Summer School targets foreign students and it focuses on the Italian language and culture. It consists of two independent and parallel courses, taught in English and in Italian, both with a final assessment test.
The Summer School exploits the extraordinary cultural heritage of Rome and its surrounding territory, and will consist of a series of conferences, language and cultural courses and guided visits to the most important artistic and monumental sites of the city.
The deadline for applications is April 30, 2014.
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Prof. Nunzio Allocca
Prof. Lucilla Anselmino
Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Sapienza University of Rome
Sapienza Summer School targets foreign students with a secondary school diploma or equivalent educational qualifications from foreign higher education institutions, or students enrolled in an University course.
The objective of the Summer School is to:
- get familiar with contemporary and ancient Italian culture;
- focus on the role the city of Rome played in the development of the European contemporary culture;
- offer to participants Roma's greatness cultural heritage and its professors.
EUR 1400: Tuition fees