Master in Spanish in Europe

Compare Masters Programs in Spanish in Europe 2018

A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

There are more than four thousand higher education organizations in Europe, from leading research institutions to small, teaching-focused universities. Europe itself is not as much different than other continents, reaching from the Arctic Circle to the coast of Africa.

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Master in Innovative Technologies in Translation: Spanish

Saint Petersburg State University
Campus Full time 2 years September 2018 Russia St. Petersburg

This educational program is aimed at training highly qualified translators working with basic and specialized terminology. They are ready to act as professionals and managers in the translation market using up-to-date innovative technologies that are actively applied in this field. [+]

Overview

Language of instruction: Spanish

This educational program is aimed at training highly qualified translators working with basic and specialized terminology. They are ready to act as professionals and managers in the translation market using up-to-date innovative technologies that are actively applied in this field.

Programme outline

Compulsory courses:

History of Linguistics and Methods of Linguistic Research Communication Theory Epistemology Work on Master’s Thesis Research Practice Translation Practice

Elective courses:

Methods of Linguistic Analysis Translation Translation of Contract Documents Translation of Judicial Documents Literary Translation Translation of Advertising Texts ... [-]

MA in Spanish

University of Amsterdam
Campus Full time 12 months September 2018 Netherlands Amsterdam

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

Four ways to specialise in Spanish

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

Linguistics: Language and Education

The Master's programme Language and Education offers students the opportunity to study language use and foreign language teaching and learning within institutional educational frameworks.

Linguistics: Language and Society

In a world of globalisation a profound knowledge of European languages is required for intercultural business communication. Although global English may serve as the lingua franca in international contacts, in many situations a thorough knowledge of the use of the mother tongue of the business partner can be very fruitful.... [-]


Masters In Advanced Studies In Spanish And Latin American Literature

UNIBA Centro Universitario Internacional de Barcelona
Campus Full time 9 months April 2018 Spain Barcelona

The Master of Advanced Studies in Spanish and Latin American literature offers a high-level academic program that will allow students to complete their training in philology through in-depth study of the Spanish and Latin American literature. [+]

INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES

The Master of Advanced Studies in Spanish and Latin American literature It offers a high-level academic program that will allow students to complete their training in philology through in-depth study of Spanish and Latin American literature. The launch of this program responds to the growing interest in the language and Hispanic culture in all areas and international circles, especially in the Anglo world.

Deepen the appeal of literary works written in Spanish, joins linking UNIBA and UB with Barcelona, ​​one of the most important publishing centers of Spain, and from the numerous Spanish and Latin American authors have disclosed level international. We must also not overlook the close relationship that this city has maintained historically American literature, from the boom of the Latin American novel to date.... [-]