Rosetta Stone language courses

Rosetta Stone is an advanced language platform open to students, lecturers and technical and administrative staff of the University of Milano-Bicocca, offering online courses ranging from “beginner” (A1) to “expert” (C1) level. A test identifies initial linguistic ability of each user. 

At the end of the test, Rosetta suggests a number of areas to focus on during the course. We recommend to select all the areas to have them availble all the time. The different areas allow to refine a specific linguistic register – legal, medical, financial, sport etc. – and to find subjects, passages of text and conversations meaningful for the specific register. 

Whom are Rosetta Stone courses for?

Courses are open to anyone with an or account.

Which languages can be studied?

Rosetta Stone offers the following 24 languages
Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), Korean, Hebrew, Filipino (Tagalog), French, Japanese, Greek, Hindi, English (American), English (British), Irish, Italian (as a foreign language), Dutch, Persian (Farsi), Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish, Spanish (Spain), Swedish, German, Turkish, Vietnamese.

How does it work?

You can either follow the programme set out by the course, formulate a personal learning plan. 

There are lots of listening comprehension and pronunciation activities (you’ll need headphones and a microphone).

How do I access to the course?

Courses are accessible online  on the Rosetta Stone platform  any time with different devices (Smartphone, Tablet, etc.).

Make sure you've received an email from "RosettaStone <[email protected]>" containing your log-in details.

How much does it cost?

The University covers the costs of the courses. 

How many participants can take part?

There’s no limit on participants.