CLICI organizes Extensive Courses in Italian Language and Culture for Tor Vergata University’s foreign students. The Courses (60 hours each) will be run from mid-October to 20th December 2019 (1st-semester courses) and from mid-March to the end of May 2020 (2nd-semester courses).
Lessons will be held twice a week, from 5 pm to 8 pm.
Courses are free for Tor Vergata University’s students (Erasmus students, Undergraduate students, Postgraduate students, PhD students, etc.).
Students will be able to register from 15th July to 21st September 2019 (1st-semester courses) and from 7th January to 6th February 2020 (2nd-semester courses).
- Students who are absolute beginners in Italian language are requested to register on CLICI’s platform without taking the placement test.
- Students who are not beginners are requested to register on CLICI’s platform and to take the placement test on one of the following dates:
January 21st, 27th, 30th 2020
February 4th, 10th, 13th 2020
It is possible to register up to 7 days before the chosen exam date and subject to availability (max. 24 seats) for each session.
- Students who attended an Italian language course of the CLICI in the period October-December 2019 and passed the final exam are required to follow the same enrollment procedure of non-beginner students and, at the end, they have to select the option “I passed the CLICI’s final test on 18 or 19 December 2019/Ho superato il test finale CLICI il 18 o il 19 dicembre 2019”. If, on the other hand, they want to take the placement test anyway, they have to follow the same procedure and, at the end, select a date for the test.
- Students who have attended a CLICI Italian language course in the period October-December 2019 but who did not take or did not pass the final exam, can enroll in the second-semester courses by following the procedure indicated for non-beginner students.
The placement tests are held at Scuola IaD – Macroarea di Scienze MM.FF.NN. – Via del Fontanile di Carcaricola snc (http://www.scuolaiad.it/dovesiamo).
Information about the placement test will be provided the week before the test.
Each class will be run only if the minimum number of 15 students for that language level is reached.
Students, who attend 70% of the course, will be given a certificate of attendance and will be admitted to the final test. Students, who pass the final test, will receive a final grade certificate.
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