Master in Modern Languages and Literatures : Oriental Languages [60.0] - HORI2M1
The Master in Ancient Languages and Literatures : Oriental (60 credits) aims to give an advanced training in oriental studies, which focuses on linguistics and on literary, history and cultural aspects of the civilisations concerned.
On completing this master, students :
Depending on the option which students choose, they will acquire more specialised skills (art and archeology, history of religions, anthropology and analysis of societies) either in the ancient Mediterranean world, the Judaic, Oriental christian and Arab-Muslim world, or the Asian world (India and Far East)
The programme is made up of :
♦ core courses (40 credits), made up of :
- 20 credits in languages and linguistic;
- 5 credits in oriental history and civilisation;
- 15 credits for the end of study work;
♦ one option (20 credits).
Accessible master :
Master  of arts in Ancient Languages and Literatures: Oriental Studies [120.0] Direct access to the second year of the master; training includes the Dissertation and the Dissertation seminar (30 credits), one focus and the possible further trainings (maximum 30 credits).
Links to the Teacher Training Certificate (upper secondary education) :
access to the Teacher Training Certificate (upper secondary education) - Ancient Languages and Literatures : Classics [30.0] is only possible for holders of a Master in Ancient Languages and Literatures: Classics [60.0];
additional training (to be defined depending on the student's course of study) is crucial for any student who holds a Master in Modern Languages and Literatures : Oriental Languages.
| 27/05/2009 |