Compared to single-classes, the interclass master's course is more balanced in its educational offerings, has an interdisciplinary character and allows for a choice between Classical Literature and Modern Literature even in the second year.
The course offers a wide and diversified choice for those interested in literary, musicological and historical or archaeological and philological-literary paths, with the right combination of internal lecturers, who ensure the consistency of the didactic and scientific training, and external lecturers, who offer a valuable bridge to the job market.
There are numerous opportunities for internal (e.g. excavations, archives, scientific editorial offices) and external (in agreement with archaeological, archival, cultural, publishing, museum and educational institutions) internships.
A distinctive feature is the excellent ratio between the number of students and lecturers, which contributes to the high quality of teaching and services.
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Thanks to a training programme adapting to the dynamics of the world of work, graduates in Classics and Modern Literature can find work as teachers, linguists and philologists, historians, human resources specialists, public relations and image specialists, writers and poets, dialogists and lyricists, advertising copy editors, proofreaders, archivists, librarians, museum curators and conservators, researchers and graduate technicians, museum and library technicians.
Graduates in Classical and Modern Literature can continue their studies at the University with postgraduate courses, such as PhDs and Masters.
AlmaLaurea data on the employment rate show significantly higher values than the national figure, and a high level of graduate satisfaction.