2023-2024 / LANG1922-1

Italian 3


70h Th

Number of credits

 Bachelor in economics and business management6 crédits 
 Bachelor in business engineering6 crédits 


Alex Bardascino

Language(s) of instruction

Italian language

Organisation and examination

All year long, with partial in January


Schedule online

Units courses prerequisite and corequisite

Prerequisite or corequisite units are presented within each program

Learning unit contents

Getting further in everyday's language, culture and business. Main focus on press articles' reading, discussion (giving his own opinion) and writing.

Learning outcomes of the learning unit

Reaching B1.2 level by the end of the year 

Prerequisite knowledge and skills

Having B1 level 

Planned learning activities and teaching methods

- In-person teaching 

Listening comprehension, reading (newspapers, videos)

Grammar exercices 

Oral exercices: a personal presentation about Italian's regions and their main companies is planned for Q2

Introducing Italy's political and economic life

- Individual homework

Grammar exercices, reading, writing 

Mode of delivery (face to face, distance learning, hybrid learning)

In-person teaching 

Recommended or required readings

Course readers per modules, regular updates on political and economic life.


Exam(s) in session

Any session

- In-person

written exam ( multiple-choice questionnaire, open-ended questions ) AND oral exam

Additional information:

Two exams are planned along the year:

- Written and oral exam (3h) based on grammar, reading comprehension, listening, writing and speaking. This exam will count for the 50% of the final score.

- Written and oral exam (3h) based on grammar, reading comprehension, listening, writing and speaking (presentation). This exam will count for the other 50% of the final score.

August (second session)
- Written and oral exam (3 hours) based on the following skills: grammar, reading comprehension (open response), listening comprehension (MCQs), written expression (article), oral expression. The exam will be based on the whole programme (1st + 2nd semester) and marks from the two previous sessions will not be taken into account.
Please note: as the individual presentation for Q2 is compulsory, anyone who has not done so will not be allowed to pass the exam in August!

N.B.: Decimals will be rounded by default between 0 and 5, by excess between 6 and 9.
Example: average of 12.5 > 12 // average of 12.6 > 13

Work placement(s)


Organisational remarks and main changes to the course



Association of one or more MOOCs