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Master’s Degree Programmes

INTERPRETING AND TRANSLATION (LM-94)

Interpreting: allows students with Italian as their ‘A’ language to acquire specialized skills in all modes of interpreting - simultaneous, consecutive and dialogue - from and into Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. The following language combinations are also available: French-English-French, Portuguese-English-Portuguese, Russian-English-Russian, Spanish-English-Spanish;

Translation: focuses on advanced translation work on general and technical text types (economic, legal, socio-political, literary essay, computer science, multimedia and biomedical sectors). Students with Italian as their ‘A’ language are offered the opportunity to develop advanced translation skills from and into Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. The following language combinations are also available: French-English-French, Spanish-English-Spanish. Moreover, students are given the chance to deepen their knowledge in terminological research, in the drafting and revision of a text, and in the most recent technologies applied to translation, through specific training modules including assisted translation and post-editing, terminology and localization.

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LANGUAGES AND INNOVATIVE TEACHING (LM-37)

Curriculum in Teaching 1 EU Language : allows students to acquire the skill sets required for teaching one EU language (to be chosen from English, French, Spanish and German), while strengthening their proficiency in a second foreign language;

Curriculum in Teaching Italian as a Foreign Language and 1 EU Language: is designed to produce graduates specialized in teaching one EU language(to be chosen from English, French, Spanish and German) and Italian as a foreign language;

Curriculum in Teaching 2 Languages: provides students the ability to teach two foreign languages. Moreover, students are offered the possibility to choose from the following combinations: (a) teaching two EU languages, to be chosen from French, English, Portuguese, Spanish and German; (b) teaching one EU language and one extra EU language, to be chosen from Arabic, Chinese and Russian.

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ECONOMICS AND INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT (LM-77)

Curriculum in Luxury, Made in Italy and Emerging Markets, fully taught in English or English-Italian: prepares students for a career as managers in companies operating in the luxury and Made in Italy industries (namely: fashion, food, creative industries and tourism). Students acquire an in-depth knowledge of the evolutionary trends of the sector, the specificities relating to the management of top-line brands and products and the internationalization strategies towards emerging markets;

Curriculum in International Relations Management: helps students to develop the skills required for a successful career in international relations, as managers of governmental and non-governmental organizations operating in the fields of cooperation and sustainable development;

Curriculum in Digital Marketing and Export: is designed to provide students with specialised skills in the implementation of marketing and sales strategies aimed at international markets and based on the use of the digital channel. In fact, digital media and e-commerce will soon represent the main means for accessing and controlling foreign markets, in particular by small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

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INVESTIGATION, CRIME AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY (LM-52)
It aims at trainig professionals capable of meeting the changing needs of the international context. Graduates of the Master's Degree in Investigation, Crime and International Security will be able to satisfy the emerging demands of: the United Nations' Departments, Offices, Commissions, Programmes and Research Institutes dealing with public security and fighting against drug trafficking and criminal activity (e.g. Commission on Narcotic Drugs, Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, UNDCP, UNICRI, UNODC, UNHCR); the European Union's Offices and Agencies (FRONTEX, EUROPOL, EASO, CEPOL, EMCDDA) dealing with public security and fighting against terrorism; police forces and other components of the State; companies working or willing to work in socially or politically unstable areas; NGOs responding to humanitarian emergencies in countries at risk.
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