This BA (Hons) course in English Language, Linguistics & TESOL gives you the skills you need to teach English around the world. The programme is designed to give you
This BA (Hons) course in English Language, Linguistics & TESOL gives you the skills you need to teach English around the world. The programme is designed to give you both a deep understanding of theories and methods for teaching English in a multilingual world and broad expertise in language structure and use - equipping you for the practical challenge of teaching English as a world language.
The English Language, Linguistics & TESOL BA (Hons) programme gives you a working knowledge of linguistics - how language is used and structured - and an understanding of theories and methods for teaching English in a multilingual world. You'll be able to choose from a range of specialist modules such as Language, Gender & Sexuality, Forensic Linguistics, Child Language Acquisition and Speech and Language Pathology....
Due to the University’s unique location in the Italian-speaking world, the Italian Studies major at Franklin is designed, first and foremost, to cultivate students’ abili
Immerse yourself in Italian language and culture
Due to the University’s unique location in the Italian-speaking world, the Italian Studies major at Franklin is designed, first and foremost, to cultivate students’ abilities to communicate, interact and critically engage with the local culture. To do this, students seeking a bachelor's degree in Italian Studies complete a three-year sequence of language courses, the principal goal of which is the acquisition of advanced competency in Italian speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills. Once the students’ language-specific requirements are fulfilled, they are invited to explore a variety of topics in Italian culture, with an emphasis on Italian literature and film studies. Included in the menu of possible classes which count towards the fulfillment of a major in Italian Studies are courses dealing with topics in Communication, European History, Art History, Film Studies, and Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies. Prior to enrolling in a final, required Senior Seminar in Italian Studies, majors will be strongly encouraged to complete at least two Academic Travel courses to Italy....
The B.A. program in linguistics in our department is designed to give students a solid background in the core areas of phonology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics, as we
The B.A. program in linguistics in our department is designed to give students a solid background in the core areas of phonology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics, as well as in more applied areas such as psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics. Studies in the department take place in English, but this is not the only language being studied; the approach in the department is that of general linguistics which aims to study human language and the human linguistic capacity. A B.A. in linguistics in our department provides students with the tools for analyzing any human language - English, Hebrew, Arabic, Russian or any other language.
Applicants should have a Psychometric score of at least 550; a score of 120 on the English Psychometric, or an Amir score of 220; and a Bagrut grade which includes 5 points in English. Alternatively, applicants with a Bagrut grade over 100 which includes 5 points in English with a grade of 85 or above and with an Amir grade of 220 or above may apply without a psychometric grade. You can use the online calculator to evaluate your chances of acceptance into the linguistics program. Applicants whose scores are only slightly below these levels might still be accepted on the basis of a departmental entrance exam....
University of Kent, School of European Culture and Languages
The Kent English Language and Linguistics programme provides an opportunity to discover spoken and written language in all its complexity.
BA (Hons) in English Language and Linguistics
The Kent English Language and Linguistics programme provides an opportunity to discover spoken and written language in all its complexity. Language plays a central role in everything we as human beings do, and this programme explores its many facets, allowing you to tailor your studies to suit your individual interests and possible career paths. While the focus will be on English, currently the world’s most powerful and prestigious language, you will also explore the meaning of language more generally, and discover what language systems have in common.
Combining theoretical and practical elements, the programme explores both the structure of language and its relationship with culture, society, and the mind. A broad choice of theoretical topics encompasses such areas as syntax, phonetics and phonology, morphology, sociolinguistics, language acquisition, semantics, pragmatics, literary stylistics and critical and cultural theory, while courses in language learning and teaching, creative and media writing, and language and media have a more vocational focus....
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Department of English
Excel in English to Become a Highly Effective Professional Communicator
What is English Studies for the Professions?
Increases your career opportunities as you become a proficient and confident English user
Develops your ability to communicate professionally across media and contexts
Satisfies your curiosity about languages and cultures
Builds your strengths in both subject knowledge and practical skill
Our programme aims to nurture graduates who will have:
a firm grounding in language studies which can be critically and creatively applied in a variety of business and management contexts, especially in multilingual settings;
the ability to exercise judgment and develop an intellectual curiosity to work both independently and as part of a team;
the potential to become future leaders and entrepreneurs excelling in communication for professional purposes;
a high level of professional communicative competence in English;
an understanding of intercultural communication in multilingual settings that enhances their global outlook and cultural appreciation; and
the ability to apply their strong communication skills to solve real-world problems effectively in local and global multilingual professional/business settings.
The programme promotes the all-round development of students’ potentials to the fullest extent for the English language profession.
Along with a major in English Studies, students can also take a minor in another discipline offered by the University.
A variety of teaching and learning methods are adopted, including language and computer laboratory work, online English language databases, role-plays, simulations, talks by guest speakers, and workplace visits and placements.
Students explore the global and cultural dimensions of the subjects studied and further develop themselves professionally through...
The BA International Business with a Language programme aims to enhance your employability by equipping you with a broad and comprehensive knowledge of international busi
With China’s growing presence in international markets and its rising influence on global economics, a sound knowledge of international business issues is becoming increasingly important for university graduates seeking roles in both international and Chinese organisations. The BA International Business with a Language programme aims to enhance your employability by equipping you with:
a broad and comprehensive knowledge of international business issues
knowledge of functional areas of business and management in an international context
communication skills in both English and an additional language (Chinese, Spanish or Japanese)
International Business School Suzhou (IBSS) is one of an elite group of institutions worldwide to be accredited by the AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) and EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System）in 2016 and 2018 respectively....
The program is offered by the School of English and American Studies. The program can be completed either as a major or a minor program, the latter is only available for
The program is offered by the School of English and American Studies. The program can be completed either as a major or a minor program, the latter is only available for students who study in other major programs at ELTE. Students taking the program as a major opt for either the English or the American track at the end of the first term. The three-year-long program does not provide teaching qualifications.
Strength of program
Students in the English studies track within the English and American Studies BA program are offered a chance to acquaint themselves with the foundations of information technology and typography in the first phase of their studies. This is followed by a series of seminars and lectures aimed at developing students’ competence in using English as a language of global communication, academic writing, and everyday oral argumentation in a scholarly and business environment. Students will thus attain the foundations of academic research, evaluation, and critical thinking in English literature, British and American socio-political history, and develop an understanding of the linguistic levels of description and analysis of English (phonology and syntax)....
Moscow State Institute Of International Relations, MGIMO
The Department offers a full-time three-year Bachelor’s Degree Course in line with the Russian Federal Standard and MGIMO Standard of Higher Education in «Linguistics». T
The Department offers a full-time three-year Bachelor’s Degree Course in line with the Russian Federal Standard and MGIMO Standard of Higher Education in «Linguistics». The program intake is 25 students, classes commence in Fall 2018.
What Is the Program About?
The program is designed to prepare future professionals in Russian Culture, History and Area Studies capable to communicate effectively in a cross-cultural environment in the changing world.
Starting their studies in English, students gradually acquire profound knowledge of the Russian language which becomes a key to the first-hand understanding of the country’s culture and values.
Succeed in today's global market by combining a strong business foundation with leadership, management & communication skills & a recognised qualification in your
Accredited by: EPAS CIM
In today's global environment, employers expect graduates to have an international perspective, to understand how business operates with customers and suppliers around the world, and how they are affected by events in other countries. By choosing a degree in International Business with Languages, you’ll gain a solid foundation in business and management together with a recognised foreign language competency that will position you well for a career in international business.
GCU is one of just 69 institutions worldwide to achieve EPAS accreditation which demonstrates to employers that your degree is world-class. The university was commended by EPAS for its exceptional commitment to the ethics, responsibility and sustainability (ERS) agenda. Our graduates contribute to a society which is concerned about sustainable and ethical business....
This degree provides proficiencies in the student’s choice of French or German. A study-abroad requirement ensures grounding and experience among native speakers.
Available Emphasis Areas:
French Interdisciplinary Global Program - Emphasis
French - Emphasis
German Interdisciplinary Global Program - Emphasis
German - Emphasis
Spanish Interdisciplinary Global Program - Emphasis
This degree provides proficiencies in the student’s choice of French or German. A study-abroad requirement ensures grounding and experience among native speakers.
What Can I Do with a Bachelor of Arts in Modern Languages?
If you want to gain a broad appreciation of language while specializing in the study of French or German, consider this degree. Global trade, the Internet, and improvements in transportation are accelerating rates of cultural and intellectual exchange. With this degree, you can help bridge the gaps between cultures and languages....
The B.A. program offered by the Institute of English at the University of Wrocław is designed for students interested in the English language, linguistics, and English an
The B.A. program offered by the Institute of English at the University of Wrocław is designed for students interested in the English language, linguistics, and English and American literature.
Although the program features courses in practical English which are intended to improve students' language skills, it is not an advanced English course. The program’s curriculum covers a variety of lectures and tutorials in literary theory, the history of English and American literature, teaching/translation methodology, and theoretical linguistics. Therefore, candidates are expected to demonstrate an interest in literature and linguistics studies. Moreover, applicants must have a good command of English, corresponding to the level of at least the Certificate in Advanced English (CAE, grade B or higher) or the IELTS score of at least 6.5....
During your studies you will not only learn Dutch, but you also study the language to gain insight into its structure and development.
Leiden is the only place in the Netherlands for international students who wish to specialise in the Dutch language (and Dutch culture, history and society) at a high academic level.
Your level of Dutch determines much of your first year. No previous Dutch? Then you will work hard at learning to speak, write and understand Dutch. You attend lectures on Dutch culture, and gain the research, writing and presentation skills needed for your final written paper. You learn about the great historical impact of this small nation and gain insight into present-day Dutch society.
The second year consists of advanced language courses, introductory courses on Dutch Linguistics, Literature and History of the Netherlands. You will also learn how to conduct independent scientific research. Students are also attending courses Fifteen centuries of the Netherlands and Methods of Linguistic, Literary and Historical Research. All the courses in the second year are obligatory....
English Studies at the University of Stirling offers you the perfect chance to dedicate yourself to reading and enjoying a range of great novels, plays and poems from acr
Texts are all around us – from books and magazines to TV, email and the internet. The ability to analyse them and their often subtle meanings is a skill that can open doors in a wide range of professional fields.
English Studies at the University of Stirling offers you the perfect chance to dedicate yourself to reading and enjoying a range of great novels, plays and poems from across the world. Your own creative writing can form part of this degree, too - as we believe it aids your understanding of literary style and technique and develops your imagination. It’s just one of the factors that make our BA a little different from other English courses.
You’ll study literary works from the medieval period to the present day, as well as learn about linguistics, creative writing and the history of the English language. Along the way, you’ll benefit from top-rated teaching, visits from outside experts and the annual staging of the Booker Prize Initiative on campus – giving you the opportunity to meet world-renowned contemporary authors and discuss their work....
These focus on written and oral translation proficiency in a range of subject areas including medicine, law, economy, international trade, and European relations.
The Department of Translation and Interpreting aims to produce graduates who are well-educated professionals in the field of Translation Studies, competent in the various disciplines of translation and interpreting, and capable of functioning in the context of national and international meetings.
In the first year of the academic program, there are courses which aim to improve basic language skills of students like reading, speaking and writing. In this regard, in the first year, the aim is to improve the foreign language skills of students and form a solid background for the written and oral translation courses they will take in the following years. Theoretical and practical courses begin in the second year. In the program, there are courses such as Law, Economy, Technical Translation and Localization and EU Relations which aim at the professionalization of students in written and oral translation in such disciplines. Departing from the idea that Translation Studies is a multidisciplinary field, courses such as “Introduction to Law,” “Introduction to Economics”, “International Foundations and Organizations” which form the basis of the field courses are also included in the syllabus. Within this context, our students receive a comprehensive and vigorous education which can be further enriched by minor and double major opportunities presented to them....
In this course, we work with the Latin language, literature, artifacts, philosophy, history, and religion. Not only do students develop their own analytical skills by par
In this course, we work with the Latin language, literature, artifacts, philosophy, history, and religion. Not only do students develop their own analytical skills by participating in this course; they also understand the ways in which we as human beings give meaning to our existence through the use of symbols and complexes of symbols which come to us from ancient times.
All documents are read in the original language, supplying students with the ability to interpret inscriptions, texts, and artifacts in a reasoned manner. An appreciation of the influence of Latin on modern English is also developed.
Latin 3A and 3B are required for admission to this programme. A reading knowledge of German and/or French is recommended....