2019-2020: Courses taught in English for our international students and students from Italy
In the upcoming Academic year (2019-2020) the Department of Historical Studies at the
University of Turin welcomes our international students with
courses taught in English at either Bachelor's (BA) or Master's (MA) level.
These courses are suitable for everyone, whether you are an incoming Erasmus or Exchange student, a scholarship holder, a PhD student, a temporary researcher or you applied to a BA and MA degree at the University of Turin:
- History of Colonial and post-colonial spaces (1st semester - Lorenzo Kamel - firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Early Modern History (2nd semester - Eleonora Belligni - email@example.com)
- History of the Book (2nd semester - Eleonora Belligni - firstname.lastname@example.org)
- The Contemporary Middle East in a Comparative Perspective (2nd semester - Lorenzo Kamel - email@example.com)
- History of the Contemporary Middle East (2nd semester - Lorenzo Kamel - firstname.lastname@example.org)
- History of Asiatic Russia (2nd semester - Alberto Masoero - email@example.com)
Our History courses taught in English are just a sample of a huge choice of modules on offer by our Department degree programs. They are meant, of course, not as a substitute, but as a help for all those students from abroad who are non-native Italian speakers. Of course, students from Italy are very welcome as well.
At the same time, the Department of Historical Studies gives international students and researchers the opportunity to attend an Italian course specifically tailored to support them with lectures and seminars taught in Italian
- Italian Language Laboratory for non-native speakers (1st e 2nd semester)
There is no required proficiency level to enroll in the Italian Language Laboratory for Non-Native Speakers. Upon enrolment, students will self-assess their language level according to the common European Framework for Languages (CEFR).
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