A Foundation Year program introduces students to an undergraduate degree curriculum. It is offered at a variety of schools all over the world, and it usually takes a full year to complete. It helps ease students from a high school level of study to more challenging college work.
Officially known as the Italian Republic, the country is found in southern Europe. The official language is Italian and the cultural rich capital is Rome. Many of the world's oldest universities are located in Italy, in particular the University of Bologna (founded in 1088). There are three Superior Graduate Schools with "university status", three institutes with the status of Doctoral Colleges, which function at graduate and post-graduate level.
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Foundation Course in Humanities (FCH) [+]
Foundation Course in Humanities (FCH) - 60 FC cr
The modules are divided in the following way:
- Italian Literature: an introduction 12 FC cr- Modern European History 9 FC cr- Greek and Roman Archaeology 6 FC cr- History of Art: an introduction 6 FC cr- Introduction to Philosophical Thought 3 FC cr
The remaining 24 credits will consist of courses in the Italian Language and Culture to make up a total of 60 credits.What is the foundation course?
The Foundation Course is a study programme composed of two fields of study: Humanities (Foundation Course in Humanities-FCH) and Sciences (Foundation Course in Science-FCS), taught in English and primarily aimed at candidates who do not possess the minimum schooling requirements outlined in current legislation for enrolment at Italian universities.... [-]
The Foundation Year is a ten-month, full immersion preparatory course in Italian for international students willing to enroll in a BA taught in Italian at #UNIPAVIA. The Foundation Year aimed at students who do not meet the minimum requirement – 12 years of schooling – to access the Italian higher education system. [+]
The Foundation Year is a ten-month, full immersion preparatory course in Italian for international students willing to enroll in a BA taught in Italian at #UNIPAVIA.
The Foundation Year aimed at students who do not meet the minimum requirement – 12 years of schooling – to access the Italian higher education system.
The course will run from October 2018 and will last until July 2019, for 40 weeks.
The Foundation Year at the University of Pavia includes:from October 2018 until July 2019, a 24 credits Italian language and culture course up to level B2 of Common European Framework for Proficiency. Three levels: beginner, lower intermediate and upper intermediate; once a month, a historical, artistic and gastronomic tour in Lombardy, the region of Pavia; from January 2019 until July 2019, one of the following tracks for 36 credits (area studies): Studi Umanistici Economia e Scienze Sociali Scienze ... [-]