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    • General Information document_iconAttendance Regular attendance at lectures and tutorials, particularly language acquisition classes where continuity is crucial for the development and maintenance of linguistic competence, is strongly advised. Since most assessment procedures are based on continuous assessment, regular attendance and participation are essential. Students whose attendance is poor are, in effect, penalising themselves. Moreover, in the case of ...
    • Presentation of Written Work document_icon All major essays should be submitted with a School assignment cover sheet.(Assignment cover sheets can be obtained from School Office on Level 4, South Wing). Student Assessment Coversheets can also be downloaded here . As the coversheet changes from time to time in order to adhere to changes in university policy, please do not save the ...
    • Policy on Submission of Assignments document_iconStudents are required to hand in essays and homework by the due date. All essays and homework must be placed in the appropriate essay-boxes or handed directly to tutors. The following policy applies in all language teaching units: For work relating to language acquisition the due date is final; late work cannot be accepted (except where appropriate ...
    • Ways to Enhance your Learning document_iconWhether you are beginning Italian or continuing at post-VCE level, the greater the exposure to the language the greater your progress will be: maybe you’re not ready yet for the richness of Italian literature, or for reading an article in a magazine or newspaper, but there are many ways of increasing your exposure to Italian ...
    • Language Study Abroad Program document_icon  At Italian Studies at Monash students have a wide choice when it comes to study in Italy. Within our program it is possible to study language and culture units intensively at our Monash Prato Centre during the semester breaks, and it is also possible to study for a semester at one of our partner Universities (University of Bologna ...
    • Scholarships document_iconThe Joseph Gioscio Italian Scholarship is offered to a third or fourth year student of Italian wishing to proceed to higher studies. The Joseph Gioscio Scholarship Fund was established to honour the memory of Joseph Gioscio who introduced and developed Italian at Monash University and recognizes his commitment to academic excellence. The Colin McCormick Prize in ...
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