Lecturer(s): Florence MILON, Francesco GIANNETTO


The main objective is to enable students to be self-reliant in everyday situations, in an academic or professional setting. Courses are taught in Italian right from the beginning to acquire immersive comprehension skills. Classes are interactive to enable students to express themselves and speak with each other.

Palabras clave

Communication, immersion, interaction, simulation, multimedia, culture, arts, task-based approach, projects, exchanges, international, cross-cultural communication and comprehension


Level 1 : beginners, 3 hours per week. Acquiring basic skills to understand and be understood. Level 2 : students who have started Italian in the first year, 2 hours per week. Level 3 : students with low competence acquired in secondary school who wish to study Italian in the 2nd year, one and a half hour per week. Reaching the threshold level required for an academic or professional experience in Italy. Level 4/5 : students with medium competence acquired in secondary school and those from European secondary-school programs, one and a half hour per week. Understanding (all media), note-taking, summaries, debating. Preparation for the CELI.

Learning Outcomes

  • CEFRL (from A2 to C1), with special focus on interaction and on cultural or cross-cultural competences.
  • Communicating with Italians.
  • Getting ready for a stay in Italy.
  • Learning about Italian culture.


Final mark = 100% know-how Know-how = 50% final exam + 50% continuous course work assessment.