Masters Programs in German

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A masters degree in the German language provides students interested in learning the language an opportunity to further their studies in the language. The students of the program get an opportunity to learn German literature, the language and the German culture to an advanced level. The program is undertaken by individuals who have gone through a bachelors program in German language, literature or culture. However, for the masters program, advanced concepts and courses are taught to the students. By the end of the program, a student is expected to gain a deeper and more specialized understanding of the German language.

The masters program also offers other useful and relevant courses as part of the program to ensure that the student is enriched with knowledge to make them competitive in the job market. Studies undertaken during the program include: history of the German language, German literature, grammar, and linguistic theory. The students are also allowed to choose an area of specialization from the various courses offered and specialize in the field. German proficiency and translation is taught throughout the masters program. Emphasis is made on scholarly thinking as well as the working methods. This ensures that the students are equipped with the necessary hands on skills that will enable them to compete favorably in the job market. Career opportunities are available in such places as: academia and in the public sector, law and international non profit businesses.

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Master in German and French Philosophy in the European Context (Erasmus Master Mundus)

Charles University Faculty of Humanities
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague

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. [+]

Masters in German. Languages: German and French 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. Over the course of two years, the students selected by the EuroPhilosophie Selection Commitee study for one to two semesters in three of the 9 universities associated in this programme. The EuroPhilosophie Consortium is formed by 6 European and 3 Extra-European universities (Université Toulouse Jean-Jaurès, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn , Bergische Universität Wuppertal , Université catholique de Louvain , Universidade de Coimbra, Univerzita Karlova v Praze, Hosei University , University of Memphis, Universidade Federal de Sao Carlos). Upon success in the final examinations, each student is awarded a Master’s degree from each of the three universities participating in the Consortium EuroPhilosophie. Grants Each year, the EuroPhilosophie Selection Committee selects about 30 students who can apply for a study grant depending on their country of origin: Students from ERASMUS + Member Countries (member states of the EU + Iceland, Liechtenstein, Macedonia, Norway and Turkey): 14 800 € per year, out of which 1 800 € per year are paid for tuition fees. Students from ERASMUS + Partner Countries: between 20 900 € and 21 900 € per year, out of which 6 400 € per year are paid for tuition fees. The number of grants from the ERASMUS + funds is limited. Erasmus Master Mundus EuroPhilosophie also offers special scholarship for students from specific countries. Students enrolling in the Master’s Program EuroPhilosophie must have a Licence or a Bachelors degree in Philosophy (180 ECTS) or equivalent qualifications. A command of written and spoken German and/or French is also required. For students who have a written and spoken command of one of the two languages only, a required language course will be given as part of the Master Mundus program. [-]

Master in German and French Philosophy

Charles University Faculty of Humanities
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague

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. [+]

Language: German Profile of the graduate 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. This study programme prepares our graduates for follow-up doctoral studies, and can be relevantly applied in academic and scientific institutions as our graduates are qualified – owing to their specialized training and communicative and language skills – to meet the specific demands of cultural and political management of the state and non-governmental sectors, at home and abroad, in the media and in publishing. Scholarship 350 Euro [-]

Master in Germanic/Romantic Languages

Belarusian State University
Campus Full time 1 - 2 years August 2017 Belarus Minsk

In accordance with the Republic of Belarus educational legal system citizens of Russian Federation, the Republic of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Republic of Tajikistan and the Republic of Uzbekistan have a right to get Master degree in BSU on the following conditions: [+]

Masters in German. THE PROCEDURE OF APPLYING FOR MASTER'S DEGREE PROGRAMME ON THE TERMS OF “FOREIGN CITIZENS" In accordance with the Republic of Belarus educational legal system citizens of Russian Federation, the Republic of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Republic of Tajikistan and the Republic of Uzbekistan have a right to get Master degree in BSU on the following conditions: studying for free or paying tuition fee as the Belarusian citizens do; on the conditions foreseen for foreign citizens temporarily staying or residing in the Republic of Belarus (hereinafter – “foreign citizens”) – based on the results of final assessment after obtaining educational program for people going to apply for higher education and an interview establishing their level of Russian in the amount enough for studying for Master’s degree. Foreign citizens of other countries can get to studies as for “foreign citizens” with paying the tuition fee. Studying terms The duration of Master studies in BSU is 1-2 years. For those who got higher education based on the higher education program and have the diploma of higher education the duration is 1 year. For those who studied at the bachelor program and got the Bachelor diploma the duration is 2 years. Applying for studies Documents acceptance for studying for Master’s degree in BSU is held from June, 8 till October, 1. Foreign citizens of visa-free countries come to Belarus to apply for studies with educational documents themselves, discussing terms, specialty, thesis curator in advance with the administration of the faculty they are going to apply to. Foreign citizens from visa countries send their documents’ copies via mail in order to check them first with the faculty administration. Documents’ copies are sent to the university via mail with the mark “For studies”. Please note that documents sent by fax or e-mail are not taken into consideration! Invitation for studies is made only after documents consideration and their check at the faculty and BSU Admission Committee. The list of the documents In order to get to the Master’s program in BSU the applicants should hand in the following documents to the Department of International relations: application form addressed to the higher education establishment’s head in the agreed form (the form is to be found on BSU web-site and in the Department of International relations). Visa countries fill in a questionnaire for application, and they fill in the application form itself after coming to the country; original document of obtaining higher education which is equivalent to the 1 grade of higher education in Belarus with enumeration of all the studied subjects and marks achieved in them or the supplement to it; copy of the translation of the educational document of obtaining higher education verified by the notary which is equivalent to the 1 grade of higher education in Belarus with enumeration of all the studied subjects and marks achieved in them or the supplement to it; passport; copy of passport translation verified by the notary (the translation has to be done in Belarus) medical conclusion on health state and HIV-negative certificate, issued by the country’s official authority where the candidate comes from; 4 photos 3x4 cm; medical conclusion issued by the health care organization of the Republic of Belarus (after going through the obligatory medical check from the higher education establishment); certificate on completing the Pre-university faculty or pre-university courses of any university. At the same time the translation into the Russian language should be enclosed to all the documents which are executed in foreign language. The procedure of enrollment to BSU Enrollment to Master studies in BSU is done based on the applicant’s interview with the faculty administration, defining his or her level of Russian, appointing thesis curator and duration of studies. If the decision on the sent documents is positive, for visa countries the official invitation is sent to the consular department of the Republic of Belarus where the applicant lives - the ground for getting a visa. The term necessary for making an invitation is 15 days since the time of positive decision made by BSU Admission Committee. The interview is held after the applicant comes to Belarus. The invitation and studying visa are made on a fee basis. The invitation is paid for after arriving to the university. Consular fee for visa is paid at the place of visa obtaining. After graduating the student is given Internationally Recognized Master’s diploma [-]

Master's Degree in Foreign Languages and Literature

University of Ferrara
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Ferrara

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 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 main objectives of the programme are: - a high level of proficiency in the chosen languages and the ability to analyze literary texts critically; - formal analysis of language, including phonology, to be applied to textual analysis, translation and language teaching; - expertise in the methodologies and theories of criticism, philology, and linguistics. The programme promotes a liberal arts philosophy that privileges small classes, high ratios of teachers to students and interactive classroom experiences. The programme also fosters independent thinking and research, in order to develop evaluative critical ability and professionalism. The career opportunities open to our graduates include: research in public and private institutions; teaching and management positions in Italian cultural institutes, international bodies, governmental and non-governmental organizations. [-]

Master in German

University of Aberdeen
Campus Full time Part time August 2017 United Kingdom Aberdeen

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

Background

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/)... [-]