School of Language Mediation and Intercultural Communication

School of Language Mediation and Intercultural Communication
The Faculty

Languages and cultures for a global world: an interdisciplinary approach to contemporary challenges.

In an international multicultural context, the Department of Studies in Language Mediation and Intercultural Communication at the University of Milan La Statale proposes two innovative degree programmes to train skilled, culturally versatile language experts with specialisations for international students:

  • bachelor's degree programme in Language and cultural mediation
  • master's degree programme in Languages and culture for communication and international cooperation

The two programmes aim to provide in-depth knowledge of two languages and cultures which can be chosen from: Arabic, Chinese, French, Japanese, Hindi, English, Russian, Spanish and German, combined with sound skills in the fields of economics, law and social science to prepare graduates for careers in international cooperation, public institutions, business, public and international relations, import/export, tourism, services and specialist translations.

President of the Managing Committee
Prof. Dino Gavinelli

Location

The School of Language Mediation and Intercultural Communication is based in Sesto San Giovanni, in Piazza Indro Montanelli 1. 

Classrooms

  • Great hall
  • 21 rooms
    • ground floor: T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11 and T13;
    • first floor: rooms P1, P2, P3 and P4; computer rooms P5, P6 and P7; rooms P10 and P11;
  • 3 study rooms
  • 1 linguistic laboratory
  • 1 computer laboratory

 

 

Department of Language Mediation and Intercultural Communication
Piazza Indro Montanelli 1 - 20099 Sesto San giovanni (MI)

 

Language Mediation and Intercultural Communication Course Administration
Piazza Indro Montanelli 4, Sesto San Giovanni (MI)
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 10.30am to 12.30pm
Phone: 02-503.21669

Mail: mediazionelinguistica@unimi.it

Faculty events

Incontro con Maria de Jesus Cabral, docente di Lingua e Letteratura francese all’Università di Lisbona e co-responsabile del progetto “SHARE” (Santé et Humanités Agissant en RÉseau). Il tema delle “Humanités médicales”, ambito di formazione e ricerca nel campo delle discipline mediche e umanistiche, sarà al centro del convegno organizzato da Eleonora Sparvoli e Alessandra Preda del Centro di Ricerca Coordinata d’Ateneo “Leggo, dunque sono” del dipartimento di Lingue e Letterature straniere.