: 14 - Communication Sciences
: up to 2009/2010
Prof. Stefano Rosso
- e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- tel. +39 035 2052 706
- To provide basic competence and specific skills in the field of media communication
- To enable graduates to carry out professional tasks in various cultural sectors: (publishing, theatre, radio, TV, new media) and in
the marketing of consumer goods
- To allow the acquisition of competences concerning the new technologies used in media communication
- To provide the skills needed to carry out commu-nications activities in public relations and within private companies, in public
administration and culture
- To provide the skills required to work in the field of publishing, journalism and radio/TV
- Written and spoken competence in two foreign languages (one of which an EU language) in a particular chosen field, as well as a
thorough knowledge of Italian
- Acquisition of the basic skills needed to produce texts for the cultural sector (scripts, advertising story-boards, videos,
- National and international public and private enterprises
- Public relations
- Publishing houses.
- Institutional Communication
- Mass Media Communications and the New Media
There is no admission test.
For the two main languages chosen a certain level of competence is required. This is ascertained by means of an entry test.
Further information is available on the website: www.unibg.it/LT-CMPI
SERVICES FOR THE DEGREE COURSE
On the University web-site on-line foreign language tests are available (French, English,
Spanish, Russian and German) and a pass mark attests that the students has the linguistic skills
required to follow the lessons offered by the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures.
On enrolment, students will take an entrance test to prove their competences.
Students who are not up to the standard required in one of the languages chosen as a basic subject are obliged to attend the relative
intensive preparatory course which will be held from September to October. Students who are not up to standard in both languages
chosen will have to further their knowledge by using the learning aids offered by the University Language Centre.
The Faculty offers a tutoring service aimed at assisting newly enrolled students, guiding and
advising them in their learning activities and helping them to decide their plan of studies.
Recognition of Certificates
Certificates attesting to competence in a foreign language obtained during the last five solar
years are recognized. This is valid for French (DELF,DALF), English (PET, Trinity, FCE, CAE),
Russian (TBU,TRK), Spanish (DELE) and German (ZD,ZDIB, ZMF). The certificate attesting to
computer skills (ECDL- European Computer Driving Licence) is also recognized.