What makes the research-oriented Master’s in Romance Studies program stand out is the way it links French and Italian, the two most closely related Romance languages. The study program rests on the pillars of linguistics, literature, humanities and language practice. Key qualifications round out the degree program.
The studies are highly practically-oriented. For example, in the major subject you will learn to implement your knowledge in concrete projects. In addition, you can do internships which are credited toward your studies.
Knowledge of the French language (level B1) is a prerequisite for enrolling in the program. Italian can be learned starting with the first semester. If taken as a minor subject, knowledge of both French and Italian is required for admission.
Candidates for the programs should:
- Be interested in language and culture
- Enjoy reading and writing, analyzing and doing research
- Work independently, engage actively in research
- Present research results confidently in public
- Be prepared for a stay abroad
- Do internships and take career-preparatory courses while studying