MAEuropean, American and Postcolonial language and literature - Curriculum Literature and culture (American Studies Path)
|Study location||Italy, Venice|
|Nominal duration||2 years (120 ECTS)|
|Awards||MA (Laurea Magistrale in Lingue e letterature europee, americane e postcoloniali)|
|Tuition fee||€2,100 per year|
Bachelor diploma (or higher)
A minimum three-year undergraduate degree is required.
Admission to master’s degree programs involves the evaluation of minimum curricular requirements and personal preparation.
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Italian.
If a student’s entry qualification documents are not in English or Italian, she/he must provide both verified copies of the original and official English or Italian translations.
The official translation can be issued in the country of origin or in Italy – either by a local court of law, by court interpreters or by official translators. The entry qualification documents must also be legalised or bear the Apostille stamp certifying that the signature or seal on the document is genuine, and submitted in the original or certified copy.
You do not need to legalise the documents if:
Mandatory linguistic requirements for this programme:
A B2 level is required.
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
Admission to an open-access master’s degree programme does not involve a selection process.
Please note that the admission to this degree programme requires a successful evaluation by the teaching committee of the student’s minimum curricular requirements.
Specific requirements for Non-EU applicants:
Please note that all applicants lacking the required 24 ECTS in the scientific-disciplinary sectors L-LIN/11 (Anglo-American language and literature) or L-LIN/12 (Language and translation – English language) and applicants whose qualification is issued by a higher education institution that does not adopt the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) must demonstrate to possess knowledge of the English language at least comparable to a C1 level CEFR.
The teaching committee will verify the applicants’ academic background and any language certification eventually provided during the application phase with the purpose of ascertaining the candidate’s linguistic proficiency.