Italian Study Options
This page acts as a portal for all the Italian study options at the University of Kent. On it you will find information about current courses which are available across the University.
Two areas of the University currently specialise in the provision of language study opportunities; these are the School of European Culture & Languages and the Centre for English & World Languages.
The table below will help you to see which learning opportunities are available and how you can find further details that you may need.
|Course||Further information/link||Departmental website||Contact email|
|Learning Italian 1 IT301||Module Catalogue||Italian Dept||Email contact form|
|Learning Italian 2 IT508||Module Catalogue||Italian Dept||Email contact form|
|Learning Italian 3 IT308||Module Catalogue||Italian Dept||Email contact form|
|Learning Italian 5 IT506||Module Catalogue||Italian Dept||Email contact form|
|Italian for Beginners
|Italian for Post-Beginners
Why Choose Italian?
Italy's cultural significance can be identified from antiquity through to the present day. The Roman and Renaissance periods have had particularly key influence in many areas of the world. In addition, Italian literature has also had key impact across the world. A Knowledge of Italian gives you the opportunity to investigate Italy's history and contemporary impact from a very rewarding position. Having skills in Italian is also very useful in many career fields. Italy is one of the most important global economies and many employers are looking for people who speak both Italian and English. Italy is a world leader in fashion, graphic design, robotics and electro-mechanics.
What should I do next?
Click on the links for the courses that you are interested in and use information on the relevant departmental homepage to help find the details you are looking for.
How do I get more information?
You may be able to apply online for some courses but if you need more specific details use the contact email address which appears next to your preferred course and email the department directly.
I still can't find the information I'm looking for. What should I do?
Feel free to contact the Centre for English and World Languages on firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (+44) 01227 824401. We will be delighted to help you find the course that meets your needs and guide you towards the relevant department which provides it.