A Masters degree gives you the opportunity to either further your understanding of a particular question or take off in a completely different way using skills you have gained from your previous undergraduate degree.
Students seeking a Master in German degree often enter the field seeking a career in teaching or translation. Master in German programs explore theory of the language as well as development of German skills.
Europe, one of the world's seven continents, is usually known as the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia. Second smallest continent, with 10,180,000 (km2), the area regroups 50 countries.
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The Erasmus Master Mundus “German and French Philosophy in the European Context” (EuroPhilosophie) offers to the best students worldwide a specialized advanced course of study of two years in the fields of German and French philosophy and their interaction in Europe’s intellectual and cultural space. [+]
Our graduates have a thorough knowledge of the history of German and French philosophy of the 18th and 19th centuries, classical and modern phenomenology in Germany and France, and other relevant forms of contemporary philosophy rendered in German and/or French. They are knowledgeable about the perception of, and response to these philosophical trends in the Czech milieu. [+]
The Laurea Magistrale in Foreign Languages and Literature is an advanced academic programme which offers high-level specialization in two languages chosen from English, Spanish, German and French, together with an in-depth study of literature, linguistics and history... [+]
The Department is part of the School of Language & Literature. It provides supervision for research leading to the degrees of MLitt, MPhil and PhD, within a thriving research atmosphere at both Departmental and College level. [+]
Master in German
Research Degrees: MLitt, MPhil, PhD
The Department is part of the School of Language & Literature. It provides supervision for research leading to the degrees of MLitt, MPhil and PhD, within a thriving research atmosphere at both Departmental and College level.
An induction course on undertaking research in the Humanities is held at the beginning of each academic year.
We welcome interdisciplinary research involving more than one department: recent postgraduates have, for example, worked on topics combining German with Film and Visual Culture, Politics and Sociology.
Members of the department are involved in the college-wide interdisciplinary research project Translating Cultures Translating Cultures (http://www.abdn.ac.uk/translating-cultures/)... [-]