MA In Global Cultures And Languages @ UCC

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UCC School Of Languages, Literatures & Cultures are offering an MA In Global Cultures And Languages beginning 13th September 2021. The course is available both as 1 year Full-time or 2 years Part-time.

MA in Global Cultures and Languages is a flexible programme that aims to equip students with advanced language skills in one or more areas and to develop their expertise in intercultural communication and cultural transfer. With a particular focus on training students for the global workplace, the programme enables students to take up an additional language and to develop digital and research skills.

Students graduating from the programme will have advanced knowledge and expertise in one or more language areas offered and will be able to choose from modules designed to enhance professional skills and employability and deepen their knowledge of the target cultures in which they specialise.

This MA course (90 credits) will appeal to a wide range of people, including present and future language teachers, and those interested in language studies, linguistics and oral and written communication. The course begins in late September, with teaching ending in March. The thesis is submitted in early October. The course involves attendance at lectures and seminars, the writing of course papers and completion of other assessed tasks including presentations.

The core set of modules introduces students to key concepts needed for engagement in a global market-place: mobility and globalization; intercultural communication; cultural transfer and exchange. They also involve research training and development as well as a dissertation in the student’s area of choice.

This is the only Masters course in Ireland offering language learning opportunities in Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Catalan, Galician, Japanese, Korean and Chinese (Mandarin). The programme has a major focus on developing key skills and the employability of its graduates with advanced training in Research Skills, Teaching and Learning Methodologies,  Translation, Digital Humanities and Advanced Language skills.

For further information please contact either Caroline Williamson Sinalo or Carlos Garrido Castellano

The MA in Global Cultures and Languages course at UCC School of Languages, Literatures & Cultures is listed in’s national courses finder.

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