Have you ever wanted to learn Italian? This is your chance to do it! CLICI – Centre for Italian language and culture of Tor Vergata University of Rome – will offer free Italian language courses from October to December 2019 to all students enrolled at Tor Vergata University.
The extensive Italian language courses (60 hours) for International students will start on 14th October until 20th December 2019. Lessons will be held twice a week, from 5 pm to 8 pm. Courses are free for students enrolled at the University of Rome Tor Vergata.
Tor Vergata University of Rome offers a new programme in “LICUS – Italian Language and Culture for International Students: Welcoming and Internationalisation”. The course aims at training Italian and International students and professionals to work both in Italy and abroad in the fields of education, welcoming, cultural promotion and internationalization, concerning the teaching of Italian language and culture to foreigners.
LICUS will also provide students with the interdisciplinary knowledge and soft and hard skills necessary to work in different social and educational contexts.
The programme includes the following disciplinary fields:
Teaching Italian as a foreign/second language
(Linguistics, Modern language teaching, History of Italian language, Theories and techniques for Italian language teaching).
Teaching Italian Culture and Literature
(Literature, Drama, Cinema, Music).
Tools for the analysis of social and cultural contexts in which to work
(Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology, Intercultural Pedagogy).
Tools for analyzing the evolution of socio-economic and cultural
processes (History, Geography, Law, Economics).
Educational methodologies and technologies.
The programme includes workshop activities that aim to combine the theory concerning the different disciplines with the techniques, strategies and practices of their application in the classroom and in specific contexts.
The Internship is pivotal for the students’ training since it provides the chance to experience the application in different contexts of the knowledge and skills acquired during the course.
Finally, the international orientation of the course is given by the opportunity, provided by students’ mobility programs, to achieve at least 12 ECTS abroad at universities which deliver courses in Italian language or in disciplines relating to Italian language teaching.
The online teaching method is an added value to the course, since e-learning is by its nature to be considered a strategy of
integration between different cultures, experiences, and educational histories.
The course aims at training the following professional figures:
Expert / trainer of Italian language and culture to foreigners (SL) in national school and training contexts;
Expert / trainer of Italian language and culture abroad (FL) in international school and training contexts;
Expert / trainer in teaching, studying and managing the courses in Italian language and culture to foreigners in the Third Sector and in social contexts of reception and assistance to migrants.
Graduates will have acquired knowledge, skills and competence to be applied to the different socio-economic and cultural working contexts.
The related professional opportunities are:
Teacher of Italian as a Second language in educational structures for Minors (Unaccompanied Minors – MNA), for migrants’ reception (SPRAR and Third Sector), in higher education (Universities, AFAM) and adult education (CPIA) institutions;
Consultant for interventions in the field of social policies and services concerning the learning/teaching of the Italian language;
Consultant for the designing of training courses in teaching Italian as a foreign/second language in public and private contexts;
Responsible for the instructional designing and management of courses in Italian language for training and reception centers and educational institutions;
Education manager in the field of teaching Italian language and culture in the Third Sector.
Consultant for Institutions and Companies, public and private, for the promotion of Italian culture in Italy and abroad;
Consultant for organizers of cultural events for the promotion and enhancement of the Italian linguistic and cultural heritage;
Expert in planning in the field of Italian language and culture to foreigners (planning at institutional, regional and European level, public and private fundraising, etc.)
Education manager for the promotion, dissemination and enhancement of Italian culture in private companies.
The Interdisciplinary Center for Studies on Islam ‘Francesco Castro’ presents the 2019 Summer School in Arabic Language and Culture.
The summer school will take place at the School of Engineering of Tor Vergata University of Rome (Via del Politecnico 1, 00133) from September 2nd to the 13th.
The course is structured in 48 hours of teaching divided in 40 hours of lectures in Arabic language plus another 8 hours of specific seminars on Arab culture.
At the end of the course, a (beginner level) Arabic language certification will be issued to attending students internationally recognized from the Institut Bourguiba des Langues Vivantes of the University of Tunis El Manar.
On Sunday June 30th 2019 students from 10 YERUN network universities (Antwerp, Autonoma De Madrid, Bremen, Carlos III, Essex, Konstanz, Maastricht, Nova Lisboa and Southern Denmark) started an intensive week of summer school dedicated to the Management Consulting in the Digital Age.
Consultants from important companies such as SAP, Reply, Deloitte, McKinsey, Accenture and NTT Data were involved during this week throughout presentations and discussions with students.
Digital Transformation Processes
The course focused on five business cases in five days dealing with how digital technologies (mainly Social Media, Mobile technologies, Advanced Analytics/AU, Blockchain and IoT/Cloud) are enabling business models innovation as well as business process redesign in the areas of Strategy, Marketing & Sales and Supply Chain.
Every day summer school participants, after an initial class on the topic, worked in team on the business case and during the afternoon they presented their analysis to a senior consultant.
This was the third edition of this summer programme which offers participants a great opportunity to deepen their knowledge on digital transformation processes as well as to get exposed to leading consulting/IT companies in terms of simulation of the working environment and recruitment opportunities.
🔎 About Yerun
Yerun is a network of 18 young European research universities dedicated to synergistically cooperate towards increasing the influence on research policies promoted by the EU.
The opening of pre-registrations for the Fall 2019 term of the VIU Venice International University Globalization Program is postponed to May 9.
Please take note of the main deadlines:
– Pre-registrations open from May 9 to September 11
– Registration for courses from July 19 to September 11
– Applications for a VIU arranged accommodation from May 9 to June 5
– Applications for the RED (Residency-Excellency-Diversity) scholarship from May 9 to June 5