Candidates must possess a good level of knowledge in the various fields that distinguish the Master's Degree: the literary, linguistic, historical, artistic and rhetorical field in relation to the European context. In order to apply for the CLE Master's Course, both Program and Partner candidates must possess:
a) a BA-equivalent degree (180 credits) allowing access to education Bac + 5 (i.e. a «Laurea triennale», a «Licence» or a Bachelor of Arts, etc.);
b) a university degree demonstrating they have taken a course in the following subjects: Literature, Language (Expressions Techniques, Linguistic and Language Sciences, Philology), History, Art History;
c) Suitable Academic Performance. Admission to the Master CLE (Erasmus Mundus) is subject to verification of the Suitable Academic Performance, carried out by a Selection Board, as representation of the partner universities.
ACADEMIC COMPETENCE ASSESSMENT
The assessment of the Suitable Academic Performance is carried out based on the following criteria:
a) Degrees, degree note, average of exams passed.
b) Knowledge and competency of the language of the University of the consortium where the student intends to stay during the first year of the Master's Degree (minimum level required B2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Knowledge of Languages - see TAB.1), must be proved in one of the following ways:
c) Knowledge and skills of the English language (minimum level required B1 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Knowledge of Languages) certified in one of the following ways:
PLEASE NOTE - COVID-19 epidemiological emergency situation
If there are still restrictions related to the COVID - 19 epidemic and some certification bodies suspend their activity, for candidates who do not have the necessary language certifications, the Selection Board will assess the levels of knowledge of languages through an oral interview. These candidates will be notified by e-mail of the date and time of the interview, which will be conducted remotely. The interview will last approximately 15-20 minutes.
The Selection Board is composed of the local coordinating professors of the eight consortium institutions:
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