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Vytautas Magnus University Bachelor in Foreign Languages and Cultures: Francophone Studies, Italian Studies and Romance Languages, German Language and Communication
Vytautas Magnus University

Bachelor in Foreign Languages and Cultures: Francophone Studies, Italian Studies and Romance Languages, German Language and Communication

Kaunas, Lithuania

4 Years

English

Full time

01 May 2024

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EUR 3,727 / per year

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Introduction

Graduates will receive a Bachelor's degree in Humanities. The diploma will specify which specialization a student has obtained: Francophone Studies, Italian Studies, Romance Languages, or German Language and Communication.

The aim of the specialization Francophone Studies is to train well-qualified bachelors in the Humanities with a broad range of knowledge and competencies, who have a good knowledge of French (C1 level) and another foreign language (B2 level); who are familiar with the culture, history, politics, and economics of Francophone countries, and can analyze the linguistic and cultural phenomena of the Francophone countries in the European and global context.

The aim of the specialization Italian Studies and Romance Languages is to train well-qualified bachelors in the Humanities with a broad range of knowledge and competencies, who are fluent in Italian (C1 level) and another foreign language (B2 level); who have good knowledge of the culture, history, political and economic peculiarities of Italy and other Mediterranean countries, and can analyze Italian and other Mediterranean cultural phenomena in the European and global context; who can develop relations between Italy, other Mediterranean countries, and their home country, and apply the acquired communicative, cultural, social, and other skills in professional and academic activities.

The aim of the specialization in German Language and Communication is to prepare qualified bachelors in the Humanities with a broad range of knowledge and competencies, who have a good command of German (C1 level) and another foreign language (B2 level) and can use German in the professional field of their choice (business, law, technology, etc.). Graduates are able to translate German business texts, have good knowledge of German culture, history, politics, and economics, and are able to analyze social and cultural phenomena of German-speaking countries in the context of Europe and the world, to develop relations between German-speaking countries and their home country, and to apply the acquired communicative, cultural, social, and other skills in professional and academic activities.

Why Foreign Languages and Cultures program?

  • Specialization: By choosing a specialization, students gain extensive skills in particular fields according to the language they learn (area studies, intercultural communication, business, etc.).
  • Multilingualism: All students shall learn one more foreign language (or multiple, if desired) in addition to the specialization language.
  • International Experience: The program offers opportunities to study or do a traineeship abroad and several possibilities to participate in short international exchange programs.
  • Location: Students will spend their study period in an authentic city full of culture, opportunities, and adventures, and hence, will be able to experience the European lifestyle first-hand.
  • Cozy Study Atmosphere: The limited number of students in the classroom will allow each student to feel comfortable while learning in an inclusive academic environment.

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