Please note: Information on this page relates to the 2016 academic year unless otherwise specified.
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- Related subjects and careers
- List of courses
This subject is taught by the School of Languages and Cultures.
Italian is a language that evokes music and literature, art and cinema and world-famous cuisine. Beautiful and expressive, it is the language of the poetry of Dante, of high fashion and of classical opera. Modern Italy is one of the leading international economies and a founding member of the European Union.
At Victoria our programme in Italian is designed to give you a broad, supportive introduction to speaking, reading, writing and understanding the language. You will learn basic grammar, how to hold a conversation and some simple composition. After building on that foundation, later in your degree you will be ready to study more about Italy and the Italian language through fiction and drama, poetry and film.
Italian major requirements
- ITAL 114 (beginners' level) and 115
- ITAL 215 and 216 and 20 further points from ITAL 200-299
- ITAL 315 and 316 and 20 further points from ITAL 300-399
Students with some prior knowledge of Italian will be admitted to the appropriate course after assessment of their competence. Please contact Italian Programme staff prior to enrolment.
Postgraduate Qualifications in Italian
For information specific to Italian, please see our Postgraduate Study page. For information about the postgraduate qualifications, please click on the Faculty links below.
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If you’re a returning or transferring student, contact the Faculty Student and Academic Services Office, for help with degree planning and for information on admission requirements and transfer credit from other institutions.
Italian courses are taught within the School of Languages and Cultures. The School office is located in Room 610, von Zedlitz Building, Kelburn campus.
For a complete course listing, see the list of all Italian courses.
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|100 Level Courses|
ITAL 114 – Introduction to the Italian Language
ITAL 115 – Elementary Italian
|200 Level Courses|
FHSS 210 – Language Study Abroad
ITAL 207 – Italy through Film
ITAL 215 – Italian Language 2A
ITAL 216 – Italian Language 2B
|300 Level Courses|
FHSS 310 – Study Abroad for Language Students
ITAL 306 – Dante's Inferno
ITAL 308 – Contemporary Italian Literature
ITAL 315 – Italian Language 3A
ITAL 316 – Italian Language 3B
|400 Level Courses|
FHSS 410 – Global Popular Cultures in Context
ITAL 401 – Advanced Italian Language
ITAL 489 – Research Project