Compare 40 Masters Programs in Languages
A masters degree in languages is a post graduate degree program that is designed to impart the necessary skills to the students in order to facilitate their integration to the professional applications world relating to the knowledge of languages in multicultural environments. The masters program’s studies integrate the information concepts and information technology knowledge in the dissemination of the knowledge to the students. With an increasing need to improve the applications of languages in both the professional and practical aspects of the language, professionals who can make possible this need are becoming increasingly in demand. A master in languages is expected to take on this task of understanding the applications in the society and find ways of utilizing them in order to have the best possible effect on the society.
A masters degree in languages also seeks to offer the students an in depth understanding of the use of the language. The students get to obtain these skills courtesy of researchers in the field that have a wealth of experience in the professional application of languages. There are several career opportunities that are available for graduates of the program in such places as: language centers in universities, language schools, universities, primary and secondary education in any country and support centers for immigrants, research centers and publishing.
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The Teaching Culturally and Linguistically Diverse and Exceptional Learners (TCLDEL) program prepares educators for careers in diverse classrooms around the world. Students enrolled in the Mason Korea program will receive a Master’s in Education in Curriculum and Instruction with a concentration in TCLDEL.
The curriculum includes courses specific for Asian Studies, specialty: Korean Studies. Specialised courses are in the curriculum from the very first semester.
The Master of Chinese as a Foreign Language/Chinese as a Second Language in the School environment (CLE/CLS) prepares the students for a teaching career in institutional settings (schools, language centers, cultural services, and embassies). Internships represent a valuable reinforcement to the initial training received in the University of Artois.
The programme is well suited for students who are interested in studying how English is acquired in first and second language settings, as well as how the English language is affected by multilingual situations. In individual speakers, multilingual situations may cause one language to influence another, in particular in the acquisition process, and may ultimately also result in language attrition due to the lack of exposure and use of one of the languages.
This course provides skills to advance you in the field of languages, literature, and culture in European and American postcolonial countries, and is divided into different curricula (American Studies, French Studies, German Studies, Iberian Studies, Slavic Studies and Balkan studies). During your studies, you will develop advanced skills in the history of literary language and the culture of the studied civilisations. You will acquire a strong competence in one of the languages studied. Internationality is a distinctive trait of the course thanks to collaborations with foreign universities that allow you to obtain joint degrees or double diplomas.
This program integrates the study of Russian language, literature, and culture. It does not only prepare lecturers of Russian as a foreign language, but also and foremost multi-skilled experts who have a good command of Russian, who are familiar with Russian literature and culture, who are able to work in joint ventures, and also in their country’s educational, scientific and cultural organizations interacting with Russia.
3 years postgraduate degree program, which starts every late February or early September.
The objective of this master is to enable students to acquire theoretical and practical skills in teaching French as a foreign language.
The Master’s Degree in Comparative European and Non-European Languages and Literatures (LM 37) enables students to acquire an in-depth knowledge of two languages – to be chosen from French, English, Russian, Spanish, and German – and their associated literatures, in a comparative perspective.
The specialty was opened in 2002 under the name of “Language Studies”. The requirement for Language Studies is designed to ensure that students receive basic training in all the most central areas of old and modern English linguistics.
The Master in Chinese Didactics for Spanish speakers is the only official master's degree in Spain devoted entirely to the teaching of Chinese. It has a strong professional character and is aimed at graduates, preferably in the field of Humanities, with solid knowledge of Chinese and who want to dedicate themselves to teaching the language.
The expansion of Spanish has been accompanied by a growing popularity of its study in recent years. Programs such as Visiting Professors to Impart Spanish as a Foreign Language or the French Educational Reform have triggered the demand for teachers of Spanish.
The MLitt in Spanish and Latin American Studies aims to develop and enhance students' knowledge of Hispanic literature, culture and history through textual study and theoretical reflection.
This Master is designed for university students from China or who speak this language and aspire to teach Mandarin Chinese in Spain and Latin America.
The Department is able to supervise MPhil and PhD degrees by research and thesis in a wide range of cultural and linguistic subjects. Intending research students should not feel constrained to limit their choice of topics to those indicated against the names of current staff members (postgraduate students have recently been working on a range of topics that include Japanese cinema, Kabuki texts, modern Japanese linguistics and literature, Meiji historical texts, Korean linguistics, and literature, Korean colonial and eighteenth-century history). Research undertaken at MPhil and PhD level is based on literary, documentary, and archive material available at SOAS and also gathered during fieldwork in Japan and Korea.