Welcome to Romance Language's Italian Program. UGA’s Italian section offers Italian language training and a variety of courses in literature, film, and cultural studies which prepare students for careers as global citizens. Follow the links on this page for more about our courses, degree and minor requirements, study abroad, and international internship opportunities, our weekly Távola Italiana social conversation table, scholarships, and other language-specific resources from the Department and the University.
- Undergrad Italian Language and Culture Courses at UGA (ITAL Prefix)
- Graduate Italian Courses
- Italian Syllabi
- Undergraduate Minor
- Bachelor's (AB) Major Program
- M.A. in Romance Languages (Italian area of emphasis)
- Ph.D. in Romance Languages (Italian area of emphasis)
- Scholarship Opportunities
- Italian Honor Society
- Italian Table: Weekly Conversation Group
- Internships and Career Planning
Teaching in Brescia, Italy Internship
UGA students of Italian are eligible to apply as English language assistants throughout the province of Brescia, Lombardy, Italy, in collaboration with English for Everybody, a network of public schools. Duties will primarily consist of assisting teachers during their English lessons. The English language assistants will also be asked to prepare lessons in English on other subject matters (such as History or Geography). Assistants will be introduced to Italian teaching methods for reading and writing, which employ the CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) methodology. This is a paid internship opportunity, which includes housing with an Italian family, meals and a monthly stipend. For more information contact: Dr. Paola De Santo email@example.com
Immerse yourself in UGA’s Cortona center, in the heart of Tuscany, to widen your intellectual and cultural horizons. Ask your faculty instructors for more information about immersion in Cortona and additional opportunities abroad during your undergraduate studies and after graduation. The Department of Romance Languages has a long tradition of encouraging all students to participate in an academically rigorous study abroad program that includes study in the language of the host country.
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