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Bachelor's Degree Programmes

LANGUAGES FOR INTERPRETING AND TRANSLATION (L-12)

Curriculum in Two Languages: provides high-level linguistic training while enabling students to explore the culture, society, history and politics of the countries in which their chosen languages are spoken. Students may choose two languages from: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. The Curriculum introduces students to the world of translation and interpreting, and to the study of several sector-specific languages, such as: legal, artistic, publishing, sport and medical language. Students are given the opportunity to examine in depth other specific areas and subject matters related to fashion, food and wine, marketing and tourism, international contracts, sign language, and TV and cinematographic language. During the first two years of this programme, students are taught the basic skills needed to deepen in the third year the techniques of interpreting and translation;

Curriculum in Three Languages: provides high-level linguistic training while enabling students to explore the culture, society, history and politics of the countries in which their chosen languages are spoken. Students may choose three languages from: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. The Curriculum introduces students to the world of translation and interpreting, and to the study of several sector-specific languages, such as: legal, artistic, publishing, sport and medical language. Students are given the opportunity to examine in depth other specific areas and subject matters related to fashion, food and wine, marketing and tourism, international contracts, sign language, and TV and cinematographic language. During the first two years of this programme, students are taught the basic skills needed to deepen in the third year the techniques of interpreting and translation.

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ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (L-18)

Curriculum in Digital Management: offers a fascinating insight into the digitalisation of business processes and provides students with an in-depth knowledge of the different digital tools and strategies that can be used in business management. The Curriculum focuses on network economics, e-trade, digital innovation in business, digital marketing, communication strategies to be carried out through digital platforms and social media and start-up processes. It also focuses on algorithms behind IT and technological networks, financial intermediation processes, new electronic payment methods and e-government. Moreover, the study plan includes a Web design lab, aimed at acquiring the techniques of website creation and multimedia content production, and a professionalizing laboratory in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for Business. Both of them are to be attended in the third year;

Curriculum in Green Management: is intended to provide students with an in-depth knowledge of the ecological transition processes, the dynamics of the "green economy" and the opportunities arising from the adoption of a sustainable approach to business management. This Curriculum deeply examines the areas of sustainable development and corporate social responsibility. It also analyses the most recent economic and management models, which constitute the basis of the so-called “green practices”, such as circular economy, sustainable innovation, social communication, management of environmental risks, and ethical finance. Students will have the chance to analyse the ongoing national and international economic regulations and policies intended to make business models able to respond to the need of: environmental protection, efficient use of natural resources, uptake of renewable energy sources and streamlining of the production process by recycling waste and using green technologies. In the third year, the Curriculum includes the innovative Economics of Climate Change Lab, aimed at understanding the root causes and risks of global warming, but also the opportunities arising from the fight against it;

Curriculum in International Management: delivers a thorough understanding of how businesses operate on a global level. The Course is designed to produce graduates with advanced skills and a profound knowledge of contemporary global markets that will enable them to assess their attractiveness and manage export processes. The Curriculum includes 5 courses taught in English, aiming at providing students with advanced skills related to the economics of globalisation, international marketing, cross-cultural management, international financial markets, human resources management and international business law. The study plan also includes a second language course (12 ECTS) which does not require any prior knowledge of the language chosen. Finally, the Digital Export Lab is provided, aimed at understanding the role of e-commerce and digital platforms in global markets.

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POLITICAL SCIENCE FOR SECURITY AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (L-36)

Curriculum in International Security and Crime: has been designed being aware of the changes in the concept of “security”, whose traditional defensive connotation can be considered nowadays simplistic when thinking about the new threats to the interests of the nation and to the constitutional order. Today’s security policies must deal with prevention and scenario analysis, considering both the process of de-territorialisation and “virtualisation” affecting today’s threats, and new marginalities and social conflicts, related to the geopolitical and geo-economic changes mentioned before;

Curriculum in International Relations: will give students the chance to comprehend and analyse opportunities and risks connected to the geopolitical and geo-economic changes, with particular reference to the need of efficiently contrasting aggressivity and competitivity of the countries characterised by weak o non-existent welfare politics considerably affecting labour costs, on the one hand, and the need of overcoming structural weaknesses of the Country System, for example in the context of productivity and innovation, on the other hand.

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