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					GfNA-II-C-ERA EILC grant agreement-Annex II-organising institution information form – version March 2009

                                                                                                                           ANNEX II




                 ERASMUS INTENSIVE LANGUAGE COURSES
                               2009-10
                            - ORGANISING INSTITUTION’S INFORMATION FORM -

INSTITUTION NAME:                             LIBERA UNIVERSITA’ MARIA SS ASSUNTA- LUMSA OF ROME
ADDRESS:                                      VIA
                                              DELLA TRASPONTINA 21
COUNTRY:                                      ITALY
EILC LANGUAGE                                    ITALIAN
LEVEL COURSES ORGANISED:                         LEVEL I (BEGINNER) X                              LEVEL II (INTERMEDIATE) X
                                                 NUMBER OF COURSES: 3                              NUMBER OF COURSE: 1
                                                 11-30 JANUARY 2010 (2 COURSES)
                                                 1-20 FEBRUARY 2010 (1 COURSE)                  
                                                                                                1-20 FEBRUARY 2010 (1 COURSE)         
WEB SITE                                         WWW.LUMSA.IT/INTERNATIONAL



PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL STUDENT EILC APPLICATION FOR OUR EILC SHOULD BE
SENT BY E-MAIL TO THE FOLLOWING ADDRESS: erasmuslumsa@lumsa.it

                                                                  STAFF

                        JOB TITLE / NAME                              address, telephone, fax, E-mail
                       CONTACT PERSON                                 VIA DI PORTA CASTELLO 44
                         FOR EILC                                     00193 ROME
                      PASQUA TAMPONI                                  TEL.+34 0668422219- +340668422984
                            JOB TITLE                                 FAX-+34 0668422256 +340668808458
HEAD OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OFFICE                                p.tamponi@lumsa.it           erasmuslumsa@lumsa.it



                                                                      VIA DELLA TRASPONTINA 21
         RESPONSIBLE PERSON FOR THE PROGRAMME                         00193 ROME
       GIUSEPPE DALLA TORRE DEL TEMPIO DI
                    SANGUINETTO                                       TEL.+34 066861353
                       RECTOR                                         FAX. +34 0668422236
                                                                      rettorato@lumsa.it




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                                             PART I: GENERAL INFORMATION


 DESCRIPTION OF TOWN

- SHORT HISTORY AND LOCATION

Since more than twenty years the Lumsa University have been working to provide the Erasmus incoming students with
a good induction course .
The Lumsa University is located in the historic centre of Rome and in one of the most beautiful and historically rich
areas of the city. It thus provides its students with the opportunity to avail themselves of the advantages which Rome
has to offer.
Rome is the Capital of Italy and is in the middle of the peninsula. It is an intersecting point for communications, the
seat of government, and the centre of state administration.
The origins of Rome are known to everybody and its ancient history can be read and seen in all the streets and districts
of the centre. its population amounts to three and a half million inhabitants and it covers a vast territory which extends
as far as the Tyrrhenian sea.
There is Republican and Imperial Rome with all its monuments: the roman forum, Campidoglio, the Trajan forum, the
Colosseum, Circo Massimo, and Castel Sant'Angelo; Medieval Rome and the churches of Santi Cosma e Damiano and
S.Maria in Aracoeli, to name only two; Renaissance Rome and the basilica of St. Peter's, piazza del Campidoglio, and
piazza Farnese; Baroque Rome and the Colonnade of St. Peter's square and piazza Navona; and Neo Classical Rome
represented by the Fontana di Trevi and Trinità dei Monti. Such architectural achievements surround the university
buildings of Lumsa.
Near to the university can be found the Vatican Museums which are open every day to the public, the apostolic Vatican
Library, the Capitoline Museums, the National Museum of Castel Sant' Angelo, and the Academia of Santa Cecilia - a
veritable temple of music.


- MAIN LOCAL/CULTURAL EVENTS

 During all the year Rome offers a lot of interesting cultural and amusing opportunities. The EILC course coordinator
 will provide the students on arrival with the latest update on all the cultural events in the City.

- HOW TO REACH TOWN (LINKS FROM THE NEAREST AIRPORT, TRAIN OR COACH STATIONS)

 Rome is also the centre of a train network with high-speed and long route trains which arrive from, and leave for, all
the cities of the continent.
Two international airports connect Rome with Europe and the rest of the world. The 'Leonardo da Vinci' airport at
Fiumicino is the headquarters of the Italian National Airline 'Alitalia'. The airport is 25 km far from the centre of
Rome and is connected by an underground and underground railway system with various areas of the city.
The ticket costs about 10,00 euro per person.. It is also possible to reach Rome from the airport by shuttle bus or by
taxi. Ciampino Airport largely deals with incoming and outgoing charter flights from all parts of the continent. A
shuttle bus connects the airport with the underground station of Anagnina (the last stop on line A) which takes
passengers to the centre of Rome near to Lumsa University.
The students arriving at the central railway station of 'Roma Termini' can reach the university by taking bus number 62
or 40 express. Those who arrive at one of the two airports in Rome should take the underground line A which goes
directly from Anagnina to Ottaviano (this is the final stop on this line and is very near to the university).




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- TRANSPORT IN TOWN (BRIEF INFORMATION ON THE MAIN MEANS OF TRANSPORT AVAILABLE)

Rome has an underground network of two lines (A and B). Underground systems of transport in the form of trams and
buses link the various parts of the city and allow easy movement from one area to another.
The cost of a normal ticket for the underground and for trams and buses is 1,00 euro.
The cost of a monthly pass ('metrobus') for university students (up to the age of 26) which allows travel on both
underground lines and all trams and buses is 18,00 euro.




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    SHORT DESCRIPTION OF THE ORGANISING INSTITUTION

    Lumsa is a free university founded in 1939 in Rome. It belongs to the Italian national network of universities and
    is involved in exchange programmes with several universities in European and non-European States. The
    educational supply of LUMSA is arranged around three faculties: the Faculty of Educational Sciences, the
    Faculty of Humanities and the Faculty of Law..
    Lumsa University is one of the most important non-state universities of central Italy, with about 8500 students and 500
    teachers and professors; it has three faculties situated in neighbouring locations, and other branches operating in
    Gubbio , Palermo and Taranto.
    Today it is a dynamic university with a wide range of disciplines, good contacts with local Institutions and active
    international cooperation. The faculties are mainly located on three buildings for three faculties.
    The University offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, doctoral degrees , teacher training programmes and
    more of 300 subject area disciplines within the Faculties of Education, Humanities, and Law.

       ACCOMMODATION
    - SHORT DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCOMMODATION OFFERED (HOTEL, APARTMENTS, STUDENT HALLS, OTHERS; IF THERE ARE
    COOKING FACILITIES) AND ON THE RENT TO BE PAID PER WEEK


   Lumsa University itself does not have halls of residence, but the international office and students’ association will help
     students to find proper and suitable accommodation. Lumsa University has developed a common accommodation
     service. The list of the rooms available will be published on the website www.lumsa.it/InternationalRelations.
   The costs vary according to the type of accommodation.
   Accommodation is available in different categories: students’ rooms, and apartments.
   The price for students’ rooms is between 300- 500 euro.
    e.mail erasmuslumsa@lumsa.it


       MEALS
    - SHORT DESCRIPTION ON THE SERVICES OFFERED (UNIVERSITY CANTEENS, RESTAURANTS, BARS, OTHERS)

    A meal service is offered to all students through a system of arrangements which Lumsa has with restaurants and bars
    located in near the University's buildings.
    Students attending EILC courses have access to this service but need to obtain the relevant meal tickets from the
    special office (ufficio economato) of the bursary which provides them. E.mail : economato@lumsa.it
    The cost of these meal tickets are 3,00 euro and will buy a complete meal.

       RECEPTION OF STUDENTS

    - MEETING POINT (PLACE, DATE AND TIME OF FIRST MEETING - FOR EACH COURSE WHERE DIFFERENT)

    When
    January course: from monday 11th January 2010 at 9.30 a.m. to 30 th January 2010
    February course:from monday 1st February 2010 at 9.30 a.m. to 20 th February 2010
    Where
    Aula Giubileo, via di Porta Castello 44 – 99193 Rome
    During the welcome meeting students are provided with all the necessary information about the course and their stay in
    Rome. They are welcomed by the Rector and the staff, and they meet the teachers and the tutors. We also give them a
    bag with promotional materials about the university and the city of Rome.
    IMPORTANT : IF IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO BE AT THE MEETING POINT, PLEASE COMMUNICATE DATE AND HOUR OF
    ARRIVAL TO:
    erasmus office tel. +39 0668422219 – fax +39 0668422256 – e-mail erasmuslumsa@lumsa.it



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   EXTRA MURAL ACTIVITIES

- SITE VISITS

Visits to the city of Rome to show the rich cultural heritage of one of the most beautiful and historically rich areas of
the world. The history of Rome is known to everybody and its ancient origins can be read and seen in all the streets
and districts of the centre.
The university organises cultural visits to the most important historical and artistic monuments and museums of the city
and to help the students in their further touristic exploration of Rome and the development of an ability to converse
based on the level of linguistic knowledge acquired during the previous days.
During ‘Lumsa Welcomes Erasmus day ’ there are several presentations about the cultural and students facilities of
the town of Rome.


- SPORTS FACILITIES (SWIMMING, TENNIS, GYMNASIUM; OPENING DAYS AND AVAILABLE INFORMATION)

The city of Rome has excellent sports facilities: swimming pools as well as many other sports facilities.
Through our student service you can get a discount. The sports centres offer activities such as aerobic, basketball,
fitness and gymnastics. More updated information will be available upon arrival.
The Lumsa sports animator welcomes all students to give more information about sport and cultural activities.
e.mail: a.cartoni@lumsa.it



- ENTERTAINMENT (CINEMA, THEATRE, ETC.; BRIEF INFORMATION ON PLACES AND STUDENT FACILITIES)


Rome offers many different entertainments: cinemas, theatres, pubs, cafés, discos, open-concerts, organised students
parties: the main problem is to make a choice!
For any information www.turismoroma.it




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                                             PART II: COURSE(S) DESCRIPTION

COURSE NO:

LEVEL:
I: Beginner course                                               x
II: Intermediate course

                                                     FROM...                                          TO...
PERIOD: JANUARY 2010                                 11                                               30



 LANGUAGE COMPONENT

- SHORT DESCRIPTION OF LANGUAGE COMPONENT: OBJECTIVES AND TEACHING METHODS

To acquire basic grammatical structures of the Italian language. To enhance the integrated practice of 4 fundamental
linguistics skills: speaking, listening, reading and writing in the Italian language.
These are the most vital skills required for students’ participation in university activities. These objectives will be
achieved on the basis of a syllabus drawn up for the purpose. This will take account of the varying linguistic needs of
the individual students.
First of all: assessment of individual language levels of course participants. Then, starting with traditional basic methods
for language acquisition (linked to basic grammatical rules), the course will move swiftly to interactive communication
skills with talks, presentations, workshops and special interest focus groups.
 All of this will be placed within a coherent framework with an efficient use of learning time. Inside and outside the
classroom - optimised through the extracurricular programme with a weekly evaluation of the programme and of the
course, and at the end of three weeks a written and oral test.

- SUBJECT-SPECIFIC LANGUAGE ELEMENTS                                        X YES NO
 (e.g. special modules for students in particular disciplines)
IF YES, SPECIFY:

Beginner Course-
4 hours per week are used for an introduction to Italy, its socio-economic and cultural aspects and its constitutional
structures. An introduction is also given on the role of Italy in European Integration


- DURATION

TOTAL NUMBER OF CLASSES                                                                  33 Hours per week
HOURS IN CLASSROOM                                                                       20 Hours per week( 4 hours per day of
                                                                                         contact hours in the classroom.)
HOURS OF PRACTICE CONVERSATION/LANGUAGE LABORATORY                                       10 Hours per week ( 2 hours per day are
                                                                                         spent on practical training including cultural
                                                                                         debates      excursions and         linguistic
                                                                                         laboratory )
OTHER (PLEASE SPECIFY)                                                                   3 Hours per week ( 10 hours in the three
                                                                                          weeks are used for an introduction the
                                                                                          students on reality social and cultural of
                                                                                          our country.




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- ASSESSMENT (SPECIFY IF THE ASSESSMENT IS MADE BY WRITTEN/ORAL EXAMINATION, ASSIGNMENT, ETC.)

The assessment includes a written (65% of the score), an oral test (30%) and attitude (regular attendance, punctuality
in submitting work) (5%).
A certificate is issued at the end of the course and if supplementary assignment work is fulfilled (a written report in
Italian on the activities of the EILC with a personal appreciation) can amount up to 3 ECTS credits.



 COURSE FACILITIES
- TEACHING AIDS

X AUDIO/VIDEO MATERIALS
X COMPUTER/SOFTWARE
X HANDOUTS/PRINTED TEXTS
X TRANSPARENCIES
X OTHER : (SPECIFY) B ooks for language courses for specific purposes.


- LIBRARY                                                                   YES X    NO 


IF YES, SPECIFY:
TIMES                            FROM 9,00 TO 18.00

OPENING DAYS                     FROM MONDAY TO FRIDAY
ADDRESS                          BORGO SANT’ANGELO 13                     00193 ROME.

- LANGUAGE LABORATORY                                                       YES X    NO 


IF YES, SPECIFY:
TIMES                            FROM 9.00 TO 18.00
OPENING DAYS                     FROM MONDAY TO FRIDAY
ADDRESS                          BORGO SANT’ANGELO 13                     00193 ROME.
COST                             FREE

 CULTURAL COMPONENT
- SHORT DESCRIPTION OF THE CULTURAL ELEMENTS INCLUDED IN THE COURSE: OBJECTIVES AND TEACHING METHODS

 One of the main objectives of this EILC course will be to encourage comparative discussions about socio-economic
 and cultural issues among our European students. The city of Rome will demonstrate the rich cultural heritage of the
 roman people. The history of Rome is known to everybody and its ancient origins can be read and seen in all the
 streets and districts of the centre. The university organises cultural visits to the most important historical and artistic
 monuments and museums of the city and to help the students in their further touristic exploration of Rome and the
 development of an ability to converse based on the level of linguistic knowledge acquired during the previous days.
 During the course several practical visits will be organised in the city to develop the ability of students to speak in
 Italian that will help them in their visits to: post offices, banks, markets, shops, hospitals and European Consulates.


- DURATION


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TOTAL HOURS OF ACTIVITIES                                                                30 (In practice this amount to 2 hours per
                                                                                         day, but these hours depends on individual
                                                                                         choices).



 TEACHERS AND SUPPORT STAFF

                                                                      NUMBER OF...:
X TEACHERS                                                            2
XADMINISTRATORS                                                      2
X STUDENTS                                                            6




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     Note: where more than one course is organised at each level, this form should be copied and
                                    completed for each course

                                            PART II: COURSE(S) DESCRIPTION
COURSE NO:

LEVEL:
I: Beginner course                                               x
II: Intermediate course

                                                    FROM...                              TO...
PERIOD: FEBRUARY 2010                               01                                   20



 LANGUAGE COMPONENT
- SHORT DESCRIPTION OF LANGUAGE COMPONENT: OBJECTIVES AND TEACHING METHODS

To acquire basic grammatical structures of the Italian language. To enhance the integrated practice of 4 fundamental
linguistics skills: speaking, listening, reading and writing in the Italian language.
These are the most vital skills required for students’ participation in university activities. These objectives will be
achieved on the basis of a syllabus drawn up for the purpose. This will take account of the varying linguistic needs of
the individual students.
First of all: assessment of individual language levels of course participants. Then, starting with traditional basic methods
for language acquisition (linked to basic grammatical rules), the course will move swiftly to interactive communication
skills with talks, presentations, workshops and special interest focus groups.
All of this will be placed within a coherent framework with an efficient use of learning time. Inside and outside the
classroom - optimised through the extracurricular programme with a weekly evaluation of the programme and of the
course, and at the end of three weeks a written and oral test.

- SUBJECT-SPECIFIC LANGUAGE ELEMENTS                                 X YES NO
 (e.g. special modules for students in particular disciplines)
IF YES, SPECIFY:

Beginner Course-
4 hours per week are used for an introduction to Italy, its socio-economic and cultural aspects and its constitutional
structures. an introduction is also given on the role of Italy in European Integration


- DURATION

TOTAL NUMBER OF CLASSES                                                        33 Hours per week
HOURS IN CLASSROOM                                                            20 Hours per week (4 hours per day of
                                                                              contact hours in the classroom).
HOURS OF PRACTICE CONVERSATION/LANGUAGE LABORATORY                            10 hours per week ( 2 hours per day are
                                                                              spent on practical training including cultural
                                                                              debates and excursions and          linguistic
                                                                              laboratory )
OTHER (PLEASE SPECIFY)                                                        3 hours per week ( 10 hours in the three
                                                                               weeks are used for an introduction the
                                                                               students on reality social and cultural of
                                                                               our country).




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     Note: where more than one course is organised at each level, this form should be copied and
                                    completed for each course




- ASSESSMENT (SPECIFY IF THE ASSESSMENT IS MADE BY WRITTEN/ORAL EXAMINATION, ASSIGNMENT, ETC.)

The assessment includes a written (65% of the score), an oral test (30%) and attitude (regular attendance, punctuality
in submitting work) (5%).
A certificate is issued at the end of the course and if supplementary assignment work is fulfilled (a written report in
Italian on the activities of the EILC with a personal appreciation) can amount up to 3 ECTS credits.



 COURSE FACILITIES
- TEACHING AIDS

X AUDIO/VIDEO MATERIALS
X COMPUTER/SOFTWARE
X HANDOUTS/PRINTED TEXTS
X TRANSPARENCIES
X OTHER : (SPECIFY) B ooks for language courses for specific purposes.


- LIBRARY                                                       YES X   NO 


IF YES, SPECIFY:
TIMES                      FROM 9,00 TO 18.00

OPENING DAYS               FROM MONDAY TO FRIDAY
ADDRESS                    BORGO SANT’ANGELO 13               00193 ROME.

- LANGUAGE LABORATORY                                           YES X   NO 


IF YES, SPECIFY:
TIMES                      FROM 9.00 TO 18.00
OPENING DAYS               FROM MONDAY TO FRIDAY
ADDRESS                    BORGO SANT’ANGELO 13               00193 ROME.
COST                       FREE

 CULTURAL COMPONENT
- SHORT DESCRIPTION OF THE CULTURAL ELEMENTS INCLUDED IN THE COURSE: OBJECTIVES AND TEACHING METHODS


 One of the main objectives of this EILC course will be to encourage comparative discussions about socio-
 economic and cultural issues among our European students. The city of Rome will demonstrate the rich cultural
 heritage of the roman people. The history of Rome is known to everybody and its ancient origins can be read and
 seen in all the streets and districts of the centre. The university organises cultural visits to the most important
 historical and artistic monuments and museums of the city and to help the students in their further touristic
 exploration of Rome and the development of an ability to converse based on the level of linguistic knowledge
 acquired during the previous days.
 During the course several practical visits will be organised in the city to develop the ability of students to speak in
 Italian that will help them in their visits to: post offices, banks, markets, shops, hospitals and European


                                                                                                                     10
    Note: where more than one course is organised at each level, this form should be copied and
                                   completed for each course

 Consulates.



- DURATION

TOTAL HOURS OF ACTIVITIES                                                   30 (In practice this amount to 2 hours per
                                                                            day, but these hours depends on individual
                                                                            choices).


 TEACHERS AND SUPPORT STAFF

                                                            NUMBER OF...:
X TEACHERS                                                  1
X ADMINISTRATORS                                            2
X STUDENTS                                                  3


LEVEL:
I: Beginner course
II: Intermediate course                        x

                                             FROM...                                   TO...
PERIOD: FEBRUARY 2010                        01                                        20



 LANGUAGE COMPONENT

- SHORT DESCRIPTION OF LANGUAGE COMPONENT: OBJECTIVES AND TEACHING METHODS

Level — Objectives (based on descriptors of levels B1/ B1+ of the Common European Framework for Languages):
To be able to understand the main points of straightforward texts on subjects related to the student’s
fields of interest; to be able to produce simple and consistent texts about personal experiences and matters related
to the student’s fields of interest; to be able to briefly present reasons and explanations for opinions or plans; to be
able to interact in informal situations with relative ease, using common phrases associated to predictable situations.
The course includes different thematic areas and resorts to dynamic strategies and methods of constant interaction
that are developed in sessions dedicated to the in-depth study of the structure of the language, to writing practice, to
conversational practice and laboratory practice
Students will be involved in work sessions that will allow them have contact with different social contexts and
situations, different kinds of written and oral texts, protocols and speech acts, specific and general topics and ideas
that are predictably necessary for the use of language in diverse communication activities. In what concerns the oral
component, the general ability to interact in a number of predictable communication situations in everyday life will
be developed. In addition, students will be able to autonomously perform communicative tasks related to oral
comprehension in one-hour sessions twice a week. In what concerns guided study, sessions will also be computer-
mediated, and students will/should be able access sites and materials with relevant contents for their progression in the
course. The intended goal is that students acquire or improve language skills, as well as their knowledge of aspects of
Italian culture and society, so that they can take full advantage of their program of studies in Italy.


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     Note: where more than one course is organised at each level, this form should be copied and
                                    completed for each course

At the end of the course, students will be able (according to their level) to interact better in a number of different
communicative situations in everyday life as well as in contexts related to their future fields of study (e.g., presentation
of academic papers).


- SUBJECT-SPECIFIC LANGUAGE ELEMENTS                              X YES NO
 (e.g. special modules for students in particular disciplines)

IF YES, SPECIFY:
 Intermediate Course - The lessons will be divided into four broad disciplinary areas and will consist of 4 hours per
 week. At the end of specific language element classes, students will be able to understand complex texts including
 technical discussions in their field of specialisation, interact with native speakers on specific subject matter, and
 produce clear texts on topical issues related to their field of specialisation.


- DURATION

TOTAL NUMBER OF CLASSES                                                      33 Hours per week
HOURS IN CLASSROOM                                                           20 Hours per week (4 hours per day of
                                                                             contact hours in the classroom).
HOURS OF PRACTICE CONVERSATION/LANGUAGE LABORATORY                           10 hours per week (2 hours per day are
                                                                             spent on practical training including
                                                                             cultural debates and excursions and
                                                                             linguistic laboratory )
OTHER (PLEASE SPECIFY)                                                       3 hours per week ( 10 hours in the three
                                                                              weeks are used for an introduction the
                                                                              students on reality social and cultural of
                                                                              our country).



- ASSESSMENT (SPECIFY IF THE ASSESSMENT IS MADE BY WRITTEN/ORAL EXAMINATION, ASSIGNMENT, ETC.)

The assessment includes a written (65% of the score), an oral test (30%) and attitude (regular attendance,
punctuality in submitting work) (5%).
A certificate is issued at the end of the course and if supplementary assignment work is fulfilled (a written report
in Italian on the activities of the EILC with a personal appreciation) can amount up to 3 ECTS credits.




 COURSE FACILITIES
- TEACHING AIDS

X AUDIO/VIDEO MATERIALS
X COMPUTER/SOFTWARE
X HANDOUTS/PRINTED TEXTS
X TRANSPARENCIES
X OTHER : (SPECIFY) B ooks for language courses for specific purposes.




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     Note: where more than one course is organised at each level, this form should be copied and
                                    completed for each course


- LIBRARY                                                     YES X   NO 


IF YES, SPECIFY:
TIMES                       FROM 9,00 TO 18.00

OPENING DAYS                FROM MONDAY TO FRIDAY
ADDRESS                     BORGO SANT’ANGELO 13             00193 ROME.

- LANGUAGE LABORATORY                                         YES X   NO 


IF YES, SPECIFY:
TIMES                       FROM 9.00 TO 18.00
OPENING DAYS                FROM MONDAY TO FRIDAY
ADDRESS                     BORGO SANT’ANGELO 13             00193 ROME.
COST                        FREE

 CULTURAL COMPONENT
- SHORT DESCRIPTION OF THE CULTURAL ELEMENTS INCLUDED IN THE COURSE: OBJECTIVES AND TEACHING METHODS


One of the main objectives of this EILC course will be to encourage comparative discussions about socio-
economic and cultural issues among our European students. The city of Rome will demonstrate the rich cultural
heritage of the roman people. The history of Rome is known to everybody and its ancient origins can be read and
seen in all the streets and districts of the centre. The university organises cultural visits to the most important
historical and artistic monuments and museums of the city and to help the students in their further touristic
exploration of Rome and the development of an ability to converse based on the level of linguistic knowledge
acquired during the previous days. History of Art classes will be supplemented with guided tours of the
monumental part of the city and the most important monuments of Rome.


- DURATION

TOTAL HOURS OF ACTIVITIES                                                30 (In practice this amount to 2 hours per
                                                                         day, but these hours depends on individual
                                                                         choices).


 TEACHERS AND SUPPORT STAFF

                                                         NUMBER OF...:
X TEACHERS                                               1
XADMINISTRATORS                                         2
X STUDENTS                                               3



     Welcome to Lumsa University of Rome




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