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DOUBLE MASTER’S DEGREE PROGRAMME FOR OBTAINING THE MASTER’S DEGREE IN CREATIVE AND HUMANISTIC TRANSLATION BY THE UNIVERSITAT DE VALÈNCIA AND THE LAUREA MAGISTRALE IN LINGUE MODERNE E TRADUZIONI PER LE RELAZIONI INTERNAZIONALI BY THE UNIVERSITÀ DI PALERMO.

The students who participate in this degree’s mobility programme, up to six per academic year, have the opportunity to obtain simultaneously the qualification of Laurea Magistrale in Lingue Moderne e Traduzioni per le Relazioni Internazionali of the Università di Palermo and the Master’s Degree in Creative and Humanistic Translation of the Universitat de València

The students of the Universitat de València who are interested in participating in this double master’s degree programme must be enrolled at the Master’s Degree in Creative and Humanistic Translation and hold at least one of the following degrees of the Universitat de València (or equivalents of other universities): Translation and Interlinguistic Mediation, English Studies or Modern Languages and Literatures. They must also have a B1+ level –according to the Common European Framework– in Italian language, have every fee payment covered and, when applicable, have visa or a residence permit.

If there were more applicants than offered places (6), there would be a selection process according to the following criteria: average grade of the student record and higher level than required in both languages.

The selected students will join the Scuola delle Scienze Umane e del Patrimonio Culturale of the Università di Palermo. During their stay, they must achieve at least 40 ECTS of the Laurea Magistrale in Lingue Moderne e Traduzioni per le Relazioni Internazionali. To formalise the enrolment, the “correlation table” and the curriculum of the double master’s degree programme will be employed.

The selected students will have to be provided with a health and civil liability insurance, which they will have to accredit when they arrive to the Università di Palermo.

 
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