Society and Culture / Master's degree programme
Languages for Communication in International Enterprises and Organizations

General information for the a.y. 2021-2022

Disciplinary areaSociety and Culture
Main fields of studiesLanguage for International Communication
Duration 2 years - 120 Credits
Admission Accesso Programmato Limited access, see call for applications
Language Completely taught in English
Teaching method Lectures
Regulation Main Teaching Regulations
Call for Application / Short list Graduatoria candidati ammessi al corso di laurea magistrale in Languages for communication in International Enterprises and Organizations (LACOM) - anno accademico 2021-22
Esito della verifica dei requisiti curriculari per l'ammissione alla laurea magistrale in LANGUAGES FOR COMMUNICATION IN INTERNATIONAL ENTERPRISES AND ORGANIZATIONS (LACOM) - 2021-2022
Bando di ammissione al corso di laurea magistrale in Languages for Communication in International Enterprises and Organizations (LACOM) - 2021-22
Call for applications to the master's Degree Programme in LANGUAGES FOR COMMUNICATION IN INTERNATIONAL ENTERPRISES AND ORGANISATION (LACOM) For extra EU students living abroad and applying for a visa

Presentation

Languages for communication in international enterprises and organizations. The name of the programme is in English because all subjects are taught in English. Exceptions are the teaching named “Language strategies and digital tools for institutional communication”, which is taught in Italian being focused on the Italian language for institutional communication, and foreign languages (that are always taught in the language being studied). In addition to the well-established two-year teaching of two languages (chosen among English, French, German, and Spanish), this innovative programme gives the opportunity to study a third language, chosen between Chinese and Russian. The same importance is given to the legal-economic area.

Course content

In addition to the two-year study of two languages (chosen among English, French, German, and Spanish) the programmes gives the opportunity to study a third language to be chosen between Chinese and Russian. The same importance is given to the legal-economic area, which - in addition to Introduction to European and international law and Introduction to international economics - also offers courses of Internationalisation strategies, Marketing and digital communication, Development economics, International commercial law, and Comparative business law.

Career options

Master graduates will rely on all-round communication skills that include knowledge in the economic- legal field (business know-how) and language skills in English, French, German, Spanish, and also Chinese and Russian. Internships provide students with real life experience of what they have studied during the teachings, and in many cases also offer the basis for contextualising the experience within a theoretical framework, thanks to the final thesis, and for subsequent work opportunities in the company where the internship is carried out. Master graduates will be able to hold positions of responsibility in businesses working internationally, as well as in local, national and international organisations.

After the degree

Master's Degree

List of single courses taught in English

- (Digital) communication and human rights [ credits: 6]
- Comparative business Law [ credits: 6]
- Development Economics [ credits: 9]
- English specialised communication and translation [ credits: 9]
- Intercultural communication and language variation - English language [ credits: 12]
- International commercial law [ credits: 6]
- Internationalization strategies [ credits: 6]
- Introduction to European and International Law [ credits: 6]
- Introduction to international economics [ credits: 9]
- Marketing and digital communication [ credits: 6]
- Professional communication and digital discourse [ credits: 6]

More information

Course Director
prof.ssa Giuliana Diani
e-mail giuliana.diani@unimore.it
Tutor
dott.ssa Daniela Longo
e-mail daniela.longo@unimore.it

The course is managed by the Department of Studies on Language and Culture