Opiskelija opiskelemassa kirjastossa

Application Period for International Master’s Degree Programme European Languages, Cultures and Societies in Contact Has Started

04.04.2022

The international and multilingual master’s degree programme European Languages, Cultures and Societies in Contact trains language professionals for a multilingual and multicultural world of work. At the University of Turku, the major is either French or German. The applying period is April 1st–May 31st.

The international master’s degree programme European Languages, Cultures and Societies in Contact (120 ECTS) embraces languages and cultures from the perspective of diversity. It trains language professionals for a multilingual and multicultural world.

At the University of Turku, the major is either French or German. In addition to French and/or German, the programme also requires excellent language skills in English.

The master’s programme has a very international character. It is part of the EC2U Alliance (European Campus of City-Universities) which means close cooperation between European universities: shared teaching and a tailored offer on courses to fit the objectives of the programme. University of Turku has the following partners: University of Poitiers (France), University of Jena (Germany), University of Pavia (Italy), University of Coimbra (Portugal), University of Salamanca (Spain) and University of Iasi (Roumania).

The programme requires that at least two exchange semesters will be spent at one or more of the EC2U partner universities. After completing the programme, a master’s degree will be awarded by all the universities where a minimum of 30 ECTS has been achieved.

EC2U Student fee is 1500 € / academic year. Citizens of EU/EEA countries will be reimbursed.

The applying period is April 1st–May 31st.  For more information, see:

> https://www.utu.fi/en/study-at-utu/masters-degree-programme-in-european-languages-cultures-and-societies

More information:

Tiina Tuominiemi, project coordinator
tiina.tuominiemi@utu.fi

Created 04.04.2022 | Updated 04.04.2022