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Part time BAs in Languages in Johannesburg South Africa 2020

Students who want to further their education and prepare for a career will often pursue a Bachelor of Arts (BA). Programs can be found at schools all over the world and are usually earned in around four years.

Johannesburg city is the largest source of gold and diamond in southern Africa. It is the base of South Africa’s Constitutional court and is the largest and wealthiest city in the Gauteng Province. It is home to University of Johannesburg.

Part time BA Program in Languages in Johannesburg in South Africa

6 Results in Languages, Johannesburg Filter

BA in Language Practice

BA
Jan 2021
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3 years
English
Campus

Practical competence: Language proficiency in chosen languages. Writing and productive skills. Translation, interpreting and text editing skills. Terminology and document mana ...

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Extended Bachelor of Arts (with three specializations)

BA
Jan 2021
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Full-time
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4 years
English
Campus

The promotion of extended degree students, to each subsequent academic year of the extended BA Humanities degree follows generally the same rules pertaining to students of a r ...

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BA Hons in French

BA
Jan 2021
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Full-time
English
Campus

Our BA Honours in French promotes the in-depth study of Francophone and French Literature. We specialize in the study of specific genres like autobiography and the experimenta ...

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BA Hons in Greek

BA
Jan 2021
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Full-time
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Part-time
English
Campus

In this course, we work with the Greek language, literature, artifacts, philosophy, history, and religion. Not only do students develop their own analytical skills by particip ...

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BA Hons in German

BA
Jan 2021
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Full-time
English
Campus

The Honours examination comprises four modules of three hours each and one research essay. The four modules represent 20 credits each and the research essay represents 40 cred ...

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BA Hons in English

BA
Jan 2021
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Full-time
English
Campus

This course comprises the study of literary theory and the literature in English from Britain, America, the Indian subcontinent, and Africa. Periods covered range from the Mid ...

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