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The Italian Department in St Andrews is one of the newest in the UK, but in just fifteen years has gained a very good reputation for the quality and range of its teaching, and the high calibre of its graduates. Italian culture, which shaped Europe in the middle ages and Italy was the cradle of the Renaissance, has offered through the centuries an enormous contribution to art and music. Italian literature, from Dante and Machiavelli to Pirandello, Montale and Umberto Eco, has been rich and influential.

For more information please visit the Department of Italian home page.

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