Master - 2021/2022
Professional Master's programme in English for international business and global affairs (1° Livello)
The Master's programme "English for International Business and Global Affairs" provides students with the essential know-how to work efficiently and effectively in the international arena. Participants will develop professional skills related to business, the legal context and international affairs. Negotiation skills will also be central to the programme, with particular attention to flexibility, ability to win interlocutors’ trust, and familiarity with critical and responsible thinking, which are key aspects in international professional contexts where parties seldom share the same lingua-cultural backgrounds. Moreover, each content module is integrated with and complemented by linguistic in-depth studies and activities (face-to-face and online on a digital platform), to consolidate specialized knowledge by means of language practice.
Requirements for admissions :To access one-year-long Masters’ programmes it is necessary to have:
a) a three-year long degree awarded pursuant to Ministerial Decree no. 270 of 2004 or Ministerial Decree n. 509 of 1999;
b) a university degree of at least three years, according to the previous regulations;
c) a qualification issued abroad, recognized by current Italian legislation.
Level of competence in English B2
Evaluation criteria for admission :Highest priority will be given to level C2, followed by C1, B2 (minimum level of competence in English B2), which can be attested by language certification, by self-certification or from the CV.
Priority will be given to graduate students in the fields of economics, law and modern languages.
Priority to candidates with the highest degree mark.
A series of benefits and incentives are made available to students enrolling at the University in the academic year 2021/2022. To find out more, see the relevant Call for applications, and the relevant web page section.
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