Masters in Other Languages in Europe

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A masters refers to the completion of a graduate study program that prepares students to further their knowledge of a specific subject or advance their careers. The majority of masters are granted by state or public universities.

Other languages is a great subject to pursue for many careers, as it can make a job candidate much more desirable. Pairing a course or program in another language with another degree such as business often makes a student stand out in the crowded job market.

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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Master of Arts in Scandinavian Languages

University of Amsterdam
Campus Full time 12 months September 2019 Netherlands Amsterdam

With a Bachelor's in Scandinavian language and culture, you can further specialise in Scandinavian Language and Literature within the following four Master's programmes, each with a different focus.​ [+]

With a Bachelor’s in Danish, Swedish or Norwegian, you can continue your studies of the language, literature and culture of the Scandinavian world through one of the following Master’s degree programmes.

Studying Danish, Swedish and Norwegian at the University of Amsterdam

The Graduate School of Humanities offers several one-year Master’s during which you can specialise in Danish, Swedish and Norwegian as a track within the programme. Each approaching language with a unique focus – whether its literature, linguistics, education or culture – these Master’s allow you to tailor the programme to your interests.

Language and Society

In this Linguistics programme, you explore language from a (socio)linguistic and pragmatic perspective while developing the knowledge and skills to analyse Danish, Swedish or Norwegian within their unique social contexts.... [-]


Master of Arts in Slavonic Languages

University of Amsterdam
Campus Full time 12 months September 2019 Netherlands Amsterdam

With a Bachelor's in Slavonic language and culture, you can further specialise in Slavonic Language and Literature within the following four Master's programmes, each with a different focus. [+]

With a Bachelor’s in one of the Slavonic languages, you can continue your studies of the language, literature and culture of the Slavonic-speaking world through one of the following Master’s degree programmes.

Studying Russian, Polish and Czech at the University of Amsterdam

The Graduate School of Humanities offers several one-year Master’s during which you can specialise in Russian, Polish and Czech as a track within the programme. Each approaching the Slavonic languages with a unique focus – whether its literature, linguistics, education or culture – these Master’s allow you to tailor the programme to your interests.

Language and Society

In this Linguistics programme, you explore language from a (socio)linguistic and pragmatic perspective while developing the knowledge and skills to analyse Russian, Polish and Czech within their unique social contexts.... [-]


Master's Degree in Catalan Language and Literature: Knowledge and Critical Analysis of Intangible Heritage (MCAP)

Universidad de las Islas Baleares - UIB
Campus Full time 1 year September 2019 Spain Palma

It is a master's degree in advanced studies in Catalan philology, but it is distinguished from the others in this area by studying Catalan language and literature from the perspective of considering them essential elements of intangible cultural heritage. In this sense, the Master's Degree in Catalan Language and Literature: knowledge and critical analysis of intangible heritage incorporates, together with the most classical philological subjects (sociolinguistics, dialectology, pragmatics, literary studies, etc.), knowledge of fields such as popular culture , linguistic ethnography or the critical theories of cultural contact. [+]

What does it consist of?

It is a master's degree in advanced studies in Catalan philology, but it is distinguished from the others in this area by studying Catalan language and literature from the perspective of considering them essential elements of intangible cultural heritage. In this sense, the Master's Degree in Catalan Language and Literature: knowledge and critical analysis of intangible heritage incorporates, together with the most classical philological subjects (sociolinguistics, dialectology, pragmatics, literary studies, etc.), knowledge of fields such as popular culture , linguistic ethnography or the critical theories of cultural contact.

What will you learn?

The Master is an introduction to research in Catalan language and literature and offers a vision of the linguistic fact, literary manifestations and Catalan popular culture as intangible heritage. In addition to deepening the various areas of study of the Catalan language and literature, it includes training in more practical areas such as text editing, linguistic advice, translation, proofreading, etc.... [-]