Italian Language and Literature (Two-Subject Bachelor) (B.A.)
Italo-Romance Studies provides practical linguistic, literary and linguistic competences of Italian and introduces students to the working methods and objects of linguistic, literary and cultural studies. Further central components of the degree programme are specialised language competences in the areas of listening comprehension, oral and written expression, translation as well as autonomous language learning, in addition to the broad-based basic philological knowledge. Last but not least, key competences in the area of research and information management can be acquired.
- multinational corporate communication
- journalism & publishing
- adult education
- science & research
The introductory modules in language practice for students of the Italian subjects require language skills in Italian on the level B2 (CEFR). All students are therefore strongly advised to participate in the qualification test for Italian (Italian subjects).