Italian Studies

Open to :
  • Applicants holding an undergraduate degree (Bachelor)
  • EU/EEA students
  • Non-european students
Language poficency requirements :
  • French: B2
    Overview

    The Italian Studies program trains specialists in the field of the Italian language, literature, and civilization.

    Training in research and teaching professions

    • Language training: Translation, linguistics, and language history 
    • Training in Literature and Civilization: Middle Ages, Humanism/Renaissance and Baroque periods, 8th and 9th century, 20th-21st century 
    • Methodological seminars: Italian studies seminar, Introductory seminar on research, History of political thought, translation workshops, Italian cinema, history of ideas etc.

    Part of the program taught in French / English

    80% of this program is in French, 20% in Italian.

    Career opportunities after this course

    • Teaching professions 
    • Researcher, teacher-researcher 
    • Professions in translation, publishing, journalism, animation and cultural management in organizations in France and abroad, and in large companies  

    Continue your studies

    Information about PhD

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