Our strength: professional preparation for
immediate access to the world of work
Our degrees have a strong practical focus, giving you the training and skills you need for immediate access to the world of work.
Our academic staff for inverse translation and interpreting (from Italian into a second language) are native speakers, while the staff teaching direct translation and interpreting (from a second language into Italian) are native speakers of Italian.
In addition, in order to guarantee a practical as well as a cultural transmission of the subject, all our teachers are professionals in their own field. Thanks to language classes with no more than 25 students, we can offer extensive and interactive courses. Communication with the teachers is simple and constant.
The high-tech language and computer labs, equipped with specialised software, are an effective element in meeting the demands of the current generation of students, while enabling them to keep up with the needs of an ever-changing job market. The modern devices also guarantee effective and professional language, translation and interpreting (consecutive and simultaneous) courses.
You will also benefit from our privileged relationship with local companies and business associations dealing with imports and exports, having access to apprenticeships, internships and other valuable work experience.
The administration office ensures reliability to all enrolled students and provides continues support to alumni. It provides practical support in the search for accommodation, welcomes students to their new environment and provides updated information about internships, job applications and employment opportunities.
Perugia has very ancient roots but is also an extremely modern and youthful town. Its liveliness is reflected in the many innovative events that give this university town its character and collegiate atmosphere.
A city renowned for its outstanding artistic and architectural heritage, Perugia is an important cultural and economic centre and a preferred destination for tourists and visitors who appreciate its cultural context and quiet dynamism.
The province of Perugia has 700,000 inhabitants, about 170,000 of whom live in the city itself. The core of the old town extends around Corso Vannucci, which stretches between Colle del Sole and Colle Landone and lies on an acropolis about 450 metres above sea level. The entire region enjoys a temperate inland sublittoral climate and has seven regional nature parks and one national park, resulting in a wide variety of landscapes including plains, hills, mountains and even a lake: Lake Trasimeno.
With several historical villages and a fascinating past, Umbria has a wealth of authentic architectural gems such as Gubbio, Spoleto, Spello, Norcia, Montefalco, Corciano and many others. The city boasts a rich cultural scene that is renewed every year thanks to the presence of students. It is also home to many events that have become famous in Italy and abroad including:
Umbria Jazz: a musical event that brings together internationally renowned artists;
Eurochocolate, the famous chocolate festival that attracts tourists from all over Italy;
The “Festival dei due Mondi” in Spoleto
La corsa dei ceri in Gubbio
La Quintana in Foligno
Il Calendimaggio in Assisi
The importance of these events lies not only in their influence on the Umbrian territory, but also in the job opportunities they create for young people. Every year, students have the opportunity to put into practice what they have learned during their studies and to improve their foreign language skills.
To learn more about events in the city of Perugia, visit the official websites of Perugia and Umbria: