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Arts - Italian

Arts - Italian is a course run by University College Cork (UCC), Cork. Arts - Italian gives a Course Qualification of Level 6 Advanced Certificate, awarded by National University of Ireland. For more information about Arts - Italian at University College Cork (UCC), please review the details below.

Italian is a world language, a means of access to a rich cultural tradition and to a dynamic, modern industrialised economy. The course will therefore provide the opportunity to learn the foundations of good, modern Italian for practical use, involving intensive study of basic Italian grammar, commonly used vocabulary and idiomatic language. In language classes, students are encouraged to develop both written and spoken skills. Students will also be introduced to key notions in post-Unification Italian culture and to the critical study of texts, images and film: this module is complementary to the language module, providing an understanding of Italian culture and society, developing students critical and analytical skills and introducing them to carefully selected authentic texts in order to reinforce language acquisition.

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Training ProviderUniversity College Cork (UCC)
Course LocationCork
Course QualificationLevel 6 Advanced Certificate
Awarding BodyNational University of Ireland
Course Duration1 year part-time
Course TimeOne evening per week from October to May.
Course Fee700
Phone021 490 2335/2486
Course CodeCA
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