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Hi! So finally my husband got accepted and everything is ready to go in the states! YAY!!! I was curious if anyone has had any experience translating their Italian lauria into something usable in the states. I called my university and they told me that he needs a class description of every class translated into english. But in Italy, it doesnt really work like that... they go by exams not necessarily courses or course credits. Does anyone know if just the name of the exam would be enough... my husband didnt even know if he would be able to find some sort of course description... any help would be greatly appreciated, because he would like the use his lauria in the states... he knows he probably will have to take some classes regardless to make a full american degree, but with his lauria he atleast might have a small base of classes that he has already done! Thanks for any advice you guys can give!


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