Bachelor's degree in Languages and Cultures for Publishing

Course partially running (all years except the first)



This Bachelor's degree introduces book publishing in terms of its material aspects, the history of its technical evolution from manuscript to hypertext and the dynamics of its production and circulation, through seminal developments in the history of publishing. The programme aims to produce graduates who are capable of entering the workforce immediately, whether in publishing houses, translation agencies or typography agencies. Graduates may also find work as graphic publishing or editing experts. Openings in the world of high-end luxury publishing are also foreseen. The Bachelor's degree offers opportunities to take part in Level I Master's courses and gain work experience in qualified companies. Graduates of the programme will also be able to pursue postgraduate studies, for example the Master's degree in Publishing and Journalism (a joint programme with the Faculty of Literature and Philosophy).

Course details

Degree type
3 years
Degree class
L-11 - Undergraduate degree in modern languages and cultures
Supervisory body
Teaching Committee for Foreign Languages and Literatures
Programme Director
Fabio Forner
Teaching and course administration
Operational unit Foreign Languages and Literatures Teaching and Student Services Unit
Main Department
Foreign Languages and Literatures
Other Departments
Cultures and Civilisations
Macro area
Subject area
Foreign Languages and Literatures