Sapienza Summer School in Italian Language and Culture

Italian Language and Culture Summer School targets foreign students and it focuses on Italian language and culture.  The Summer School exploits the extraordinary cultural heritage of Rome and its surrounding territory, and will consist of a series of conferences, language and cultural courses, and guided visits to the most important monuments and artistic sites of the city.
 
Programme structure
The course consists of two independent parallel courses, one taught entirely in Italian, the other taught entirely in English, both with a final assessment test.
Each track includes both lectures on different topics (ranging from Roman archaeology and history, music, literature to art, cinema, fashion, etc.) and language classes.
No prior knowledge of Italian is required for students enrolling in the English-taught course; language classes are suited to complete beginners and will cover the very basics of the Italian language. 
Students are required to total a minimum 75% attendance at the Summer School to receive an attendance certificate and the 5 ECTS credits (European Credit Transfer System) in the relative field as per the rules and regulations of the Bachelors and Masters programmes.
 
Admission Requirements
Sapienza Summer School in Italian Language and Culturewelcomes foreign students with a secondary school diploma or equivalent educational title from foreign institutions, or students enrolled in a university course. Participants who are not enrolled in a university, but have a secondary school diploma are requested to indicate a national website where it is possible to verify that such diploma entitles access to a university.
 
Places available
The maximum number is 30. If the number of applications exceeds the number of places available, there will be a selection process.
 
Duration and organisation of teaching activities
Lessons will take place from 15 to 27 July 2019.
Total teaching activity is of 70 hours, of which 40 are lectures.
 
Place and time of lessons
Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Monday – Friday, 9am-1pm; 3.30pm-6.30pm

Submission and scholarship opportunities
To apply for the Summer School, students need to send their CV at letteresummerschool@uniroma1.it
We do offer a limited number of merit-based scholarships.
Students who are awarded the scholarship benefit from a €400 reduction on the tuition fees.
Past and future Erasmus (the academic year 2019-2020) students at Sapienza University of, benefit from a 50% reduction of tuition fees.
 
Schedule & Deadlines
Deadline for submission of applications: May 16, 2019
Deadline for payments of tuition fees: June 3, 2019
Summer School dates: 15-27 July 2019