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DIPLOMA & UNIVERSITY MASTER
Courses and training activities envisaged within the DAES programme are held in three languages: ENGLISH, FRENCH and ITALIAN. Reaching a good working level in these three languages is therefore important towards a successful completion of the study programme.
For this reason, in order to be admitted to the DAES programme, prospective applicants are required to be fluent in at least one of the three languages and to possess fairly good skills in another of the three languages. During the selection procedure, language skills are assessed on the basis of official International certificates or other valid documentation provided by the applicant. In addition, applicants may be interviewed (by telephone or via Skype) for further assessment of actual language skills.
In order to enhance their language competencies, admitted candidates must undertake to attend the language classes provided regularly and diligently throughout the academic year, whenever the need for attendance is verified by the College upon admission or during the year.
During the first weeks of the programme (indicatively the month of October) intensive language courses are held in the three languages. Upon entering the language courses, admitted students are requested to take a language test, whereby the level of language knowledge of each student is assessed in order to generally homogenous language classes as to level of competencies.
Intensive language courses aim at improving the skills of the students and at giving them language “tools” to be able to deal with the three-lingual programme. Students will be provided useful grammar and morphologic tools in each language, as well as technical workshops on legal, economic and socio-political terminology.
All courses are held by experienced native speakers.
During the academic year (November to May), extensive language courses are also provided in the three languages, in order to favour continuous upgrading of language competence in the three languages.