The Language Laboratory was established at the School of Economics in 1995. It is a combination of a classic type of audio-active-comparative language laboratory and a library. This structure was created and designed to promote self-learning of Italian, English, French, German, Spanish and other languages. The Language Laboratory is used as a support for lectures held in the Faculty and also independently.
The material available in the Laboratory includes the most modern and effective foreign language teaching methods, consisting of: language courses on tape and CD-ROM, interactive listening materials, educational videotapes, films in original language, educational software, simplified reading books of various levels, dictionaries and more. There is also a good selection of magazines and newspapers in various languages, many books, role playing board games and other suitable material to stimulate verbal communication. Course material is available, classified by colour according to their level.
The Language Laboratory is open Monday to Friday from 11 am to 6 pm.
All the informations can be found here.
The Faculty of Economics has 3 computer laboratories, where students can access information services and follow lectures provided for by the Study Plan. The S2 and S4, both in A Building, second floor, equipped with 36 computer stations each, and the “SED” classroom, at the ground floor of Building B, with 16 seats, reserved for all the students.
Within the Faculty there are also three multimedia classrooms, respectively The Council Room, Classroom thesis and the Aula Magna, and 36 classrooms of various types and capacity, from 50 to 450 seats, which are all equipped with modern audiovisual equipment.