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Study Guide

Courses in other Languages

Courses in other languages

In addition to our trilingual courses we offer 40-hour extensive courses during the semester in Arabic, Chinese, French, Ladin, Russian and Spanish.

Students, students of the Studium Generale, alumni, full-tenured professors, researchers, AR and employees of unibz can register in these courses. In the case of any free spaces, also employees of partner research institutions in the province of Bozen-Bolzano can also register.

Registration

Students can register through MySNSduring the registration periods.

1st semester courses: Course start: as from 02/11/2021
Registration period: 18-22/10/2021
Delivery mode: online (MS-Teams)

2nd semester courses:
21/03-03/06/2022
Registration period:  16-23/02/2022
Delivery mode: online (MS-Teams)

Course Registration (MySNS)

2nd Semester Courses

Arabic

- A1.2
Schedule: 40 hours, Sat 9-13 - Start date: 26/03/2022
Delivery mode: online via MS Teams

French

-  A1.2
Schedule: 40 hours, Mon and Wed 18:30-20:30 - Start date: 21/03/2022
Delivery mode: online via MS Teams 

- A2.2
Schedule: 40 hours, Mon and Wed 18:30-20:30 - Start date: 21/03/2022
Delivery mode: online via MS Teams

Russian

- A1.2
Schedule:  40 hours, Sat 9-13 - Start date: 26/03/2022
Delivery mode: online via MS Teams 

- Preparation Course TRKI (B1)
Schedule: 20 hours, Tue and Thu 18:30-20:30  - Start date: 22/03/2022
Delivery mode: online via MS Teams

Spanish

- A1.2 
Schedule: 40 hours, Tue and Thu 18:30-20:30 - Start date: 22/03/2022
Delivery mode: online via MS Teams

- A2.2 
Schedule: 40 hours, Sat 9-13 - Start date: 26/03/2022
Delivery mode: online via MS Teams

- B1.2
Schedule:
40 hours, Mon and Wed 18:30-20:30 - Start date: 21/03/2022
Delivery mode:
online via MS Teams

 

Regular attendance B1.2/B2.1 courses for student mobility

* Regular attendance (minimum 75%) of the B1.2 and B2.1 courses entitles you to take the end-of-course test, which tests all four skills. If passed, this test is valid in order to be included in the ranking lists for student mobility, for destinations requiring a minimum level of B1 for the French language.