Master's degree in Languages for Communication in Tourism and Commerce

Overview

The Master's degree in Languages for Communication in Tourism and Commerce aims to form graduates with advanced language, organizational and managerial competence, while providing the communication skills required for high responsibility jobs.
This Master's degree is the direct continuation of the Bachelor's degree in Languages and Cultures for Tourism and International Commerce (L12).
Drawing on the contents provided during the Bachelor's degree course, this Master's degree course provides advanced knowledge related both to the languages and to the other disciplines to foster students’ critical thinking and a proactive approach. To reach this aim, teaching contents are continuously updated, leveraging on the research activities carried on by the faculty.
The syllabus requires students to reach a near native language competence (C2). The syllabus  includes both a one-year course for each of the two languages chosen by the student out of French, English, Russian, Spanish, German and a specific course on language for special purposes for  one of the two languages.
Courses related to management, marketing, principles of business administration and cultural and methodological contents related to the selected curriculum complete the syllabus.
 

Course details

Type
Postgraduate and Master's programmes
Duration
2 years
Category
LM-38 - Classe delle lauree magistrali in lingue moderne per la comunicazione e la cooperazione internazionale
Controlling body
Teaching Committee for Foreign Languages and Literatures
Teaching administration
Operational unit Teaching office for Foreign Languages and Literatures students
Site
VERONA
Reference Department
Foreign Languages and Literatures
Other Departments
Business Administration
Macro area
Humanities
Disciplinary area
Foreign Languages and Literatures

Documents

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