Taricco Gian Piero
General Italian language
- Pronunciation (phonetics);
- Grammar (morphology, syntax);
- Proficiency in reading, writing and speaking in the Italian language.
Italian for work and special purposes
- Italian Civilization (history, geography, social life);
- Culture (literature, art, music);
- Historical evolution of the Italian language.
Our teaching methodology
Our courses are organized into levels established by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
of the Council of Europe and these are taught by native teachers, trained in teaching Italian as a foreign language.
Frequently Asked Questions about our Bachelor
- When and where can I register for the new Academic Year (2021/2022)?
Online registrations are open from 16th to 31st March 2021 via UPU System
- When will the new Academic Year start?
The new Academic Year will start in October 2021.
- Is attendance compulsory?
No, it is not compulsory but it is highly recommended.
- Will the teaching be online of in presence?
We can’t say anything at the moment due to the unpredictable spread of the virus.
Anyway, we do hope to resume our “in presence” courses because a “face to face” interaction is fundamental to start learning a new language from scratch.
- May I know something more about the curriculum: courses, amount of hours and credits and so on?
For this matter, please download this file
- What about the schedule of the courses?
Usually, the first class starts in the morning at 8.00am and the last one starts in the afternoon at 4pm.
Being 2 hour classes, the last class ends at 6pm.
Courses will be held from Monday to Friday for 14 weeks, with a break of 1 week, usually after 6 weeks.
Final exams will follow week 14.
- Will I have to do a thesis at the end of my studies for this Bachelor?
Yes, you will be required to write a sort of thesis called “Final Year Project”.
- Will there be any link between my academic studies and the local labor market?
Yes, at the end of your studies you will have to do a 4 month internship in a company of your choice, located in any place in Malaysia.
- Any chance to go to Italy?
Yes, of course we recommend all our students to spend a period of time in Italy to improve their knowledge of Italian language and culture.
We are working to grant scholarships to some selected students to cover their stay in Italy, entirely or partially.
Another option could be “au pair”, for those who want to experience a real Italian family context.
- Is it worth studying Italian to find a good job?
Yes, if you achieve a good level of Italian it will be quite easy for you to get a job since many local companies are constantly looking for people with good skills in speaking and writing Italian (level C1).
Our experience shows that our former students, with a C1 level, found interesting jobs related to Italian (translator, teacher of Italian, employee in multinational companies dealing with their Italian branches).
MyItalian@University - The website of the Italian division at the Fakulti Bahasa dan Linguistik - Universiti Malaya