Bachelor Programs in Languages

Compare 44 Bachelor Programs in Languages

Languages

The study of Languages is an important aspect of today’s global market. A Bachelor of Languages allows students to study their chosen language(s) to a higher degree of capacity to ensure effective communication and cross-cultural competency.

Depending on the university, often Bachelor of Languages programs provide the opportunity for study abroad, allowing further advancement of language skills. Some programs also allow students to combine language studies with other disciplines such as history, political science, or international affairs. A Bachelor of Languages degree can open career opportunities in many private and public sectors such as tourism, research, and healthcare. Graduates of Bachelor of Languages can also go on to teaching, translating, and interpreting.

If you are passionate about the art of languages, then a Bachelor of Languages degree may be waiting for you. Take the next step and search through the Bachelor of Language programs below!

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Bachelor in Laureate English Program for International Studies

Stamford International University
Campus Full time 3 - 4 years July 2019 Thailand Bangkok

The L.E.P. draws on resources and experience made available to us by our world-class partners in language teaching, assessment and quality assurance – Cambridge University Press, Cambridge English Language Assessment, and Bell Educational Services. [+]

English proficiency is key for students to have successful careers and make valuable contributions to the development of their nations. At Stamford International University, we understand the pivotal role English plays in today’s world. That is why our International and Bilingual Programs are built to help our students achieve high levels of English language proficiency in the course of their studies.

At the cornerstone of our language policy lies The Laureate English Program (L.E.P.), an academic English program which prepares students for English-medium instruction (EMI) in both our International and Bilingual Programs. The L.E.P. draws on resources and experience made available to us by our world-class partners in language teaching, assessment and quality assurance – Cambridge University Press, Cambridge English Language Assessment, and Bell Educational Services.... [-]


Major in French

Siena College
Campus Full time September 2018 USA Loudonville

A major in French means opening the door to French and Francophone cultures, amazing travel experiences and a language spoken by 338 million people in the world. It creates possibilities for interacting with others at the national and/or international level in industries such as business, politics and education. [+]

A major in French means opening the door to French and Francophone cultures, amazing travel experiences and a language spoken by 338 million people in the world. It creates possibilities for interacting with others at the national and/or international level in industries such as business, politics and education. Program Highlights A variety of Study Abroad programs in France and French-speaking countries, some of which include volunteer learning experiences or business internships in France, Belgium and Senegal. French conversation courses are capped at 15 students while other French courses are capped at 20 students. Faculty mentors who value and support students’ intellectual growth and success at Siena and after graduation. Some courses taught in English, including French Cinema and French Literature in translation, in order to foster diversity and multicultural awareness among students who do not speak French. Travel courses to France allow students to experience what they learn in the classroom firsthand. Undergraduate research opportunities, including independent studies and tutorials, where students work on specific research projects ranging from culinary specialties to literary, socio-political and filmic works. Skills Developed Ability to communicate in French with confidence. General knowledge of key elements of the French language (geography, family life, educational system, etc.) Awareness of key historical events related to the French language. Ability to interpret texts linguistically and stylistically. Ability to analyze authentic cultural materials such as literary pieces, news broadcasts and films. Critical thinking by making intercultural connections, as well as comparing and contrasting cultures. French writing skills for social,... [-]

Bachelor in International Liberal Arts: Language Arts (Literature, Linguistics)

International College of Liberal Arts - Yamanashi Gakuin University
Campus Full time April 2019 Japan Kofu

Introduction to Language Concepts offers students an introduction to language by viewing similarities and differences among a variety of languages from a scientific point-of-view. [+]

Bachelor in International Liberal Arts: Language Arts (Literature, Linguistics)

Introduction to Language Concepts

Introduction to Language Concepts offers students an introduction to language by viewing similarities and differences among a variety of languages from a scientific point-of-view. A study of the uniqueness of human language also means looking at the human mind and the relationship of cognition to language. In this course, we will think about questions like: What is language? What does it mean to know a language? In what ways do people acquire their first language? How do they acquire additional languages? How is language unique to the human species and the evolution of human cognition and culture? How is language a kind of window into the mind? How might language influence identity?... [-]


Bachelor's in English

Hope College
Campus Full time 4 hours September 2018 USA Holland

English students at Hope dive deep into the literature of every kind and learn how to improve their writing with masters of the craft. Through composition, creative writing and literature classes, our students become more artistic in their scholarship and more knowledgeable in their creativity. [+]

We’re a collaborative community where students and faculty challenge each other intellectually and creatively.

English students at Hope dive deep into the literature of every kind and learn how to improve their writing with masters of the craft. Through composition, creative writing and literature classes, our students become more artistic in their scholarship and more knowledgeable in their creativity.

Small classes and one-on-one collaboration foster an environment that is both demanding and encouraging. We offer a wide range of unique courses taught by professors who love what they do and take joy in furthering their students intellectually, spiritually and socially. Being a part of our department is much more than time spent in class and individual coursework.... [-]


Bachelor of Education in Teacher Training Program in Arabic Language & Islamic Studies

Ajman University
Campus Full time August 2018 United Arab Emirates Ajman

The Arabic and Islamic Studies program aims at academically preparing a generation of graduates; holders of a college degree in Arabic Language and Islamic Studies who are able to participate in the enrichment of the intellectual, cultural, and educational institutions in and out of the UAE. [+]

The Arabic and Islamic Studies program aims at academically preparing a generation of graduates; holders of a college degree in Arabic Language and Islamic Studies who are able to participate in the enrichment of the intellectual, cultural, and educational institutions in and out of the UAE.

The program reflects the diversity and complexity of the Arabic/Islamic culture and civilization. While studying Arabic Language and Islamic Studies, the students will learn about the linguistics and culture of Arabic across history.

They will also learn about the teaching methodology of Arabic language and Islamic studies and using the educational technology and its applications. It helps students realize how the Arabic language has grown over centuries.... [-]


Bachelor in English with Writing Emphasis

Aquinas College
Campus Full time 4 years September 2018 USA Grand Rapids

The English major at Aquinas prepares you for your career and for life through the study of literature and language. In our English Literature major, you will meet some of the greatest writers in the world and keep pace with current trends in such fields as women’s studies, minority literatures, world literature in English, and film studies. [+]

Why Study English?

The English major at Aquinas prepares you for your career and for life through the study of literature and language. In our English Literature major, you will meet some of the greatest writers in the world and keep pace with current trends in such fields as women’s studies, minority literatures, world literature in English, and film studies. Our English Major with a Writing Emphasis will develop written skills, vital in any field your future may hold. Our writing and journalism minors offer you opportunities to express yourself and bring your writing skills to professional levels, no matter your major.

How We're Different Alumni include published writers Zarah Moeggenberg (poet), Scott Southard (fiction), and Kate Dernecoeur (nonfiction), and academics Jennifer Marquart (teaches English in the People’s Republic of China), James Bromley, Ph.D. (Miami University of Ohio) and Rickie-Ann Legleitner, Ph.D. (Director of the Writing Center at Black Hills University). Courses include Harry Potter, jazz, utopias and dystopias, motherhood, gothic literature, and novels by Jane Austen. Our full-time professors publish in Contemporary Literature, Graffiti Rag, Sulphur River Literary Review, Fourth Genre, River Teeth, Leading Edge, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Inside Higher Education, Language Arts Journal of Michigan, The Explicator, The Journal of General Education, and other journals. Each year, the Contemporary Writers Series brings celebrated writers conduct workshops on campus, including Nobel Laureate Seamus Heaney; author of The English Patient Michael Ondaatje; recipient of the National Book Award Jaimy Gordon; and popular performance poet Sarah Kay. English alumni... [-]

Bachelor in International Business and Languages

Avans University of Applied Sciences - Undergraduate programs
Campus Full time 4 years September 2018 Netherlands 's Hertogenbosch Breda Tilburg + 2 more

You have a mind for business, an interest in other cultures and a flair for languages. The International Business and Languages programme teaches you about doing business internationally [+]

Bachelor in International Business and Languages

You have a mind for business, an interest in other cultures and a flair for languages. The International Business and Languages programme teaches you about doing business internationally.

A Dutch company produces cereals for people with food allergies. It wants to break into the Scandinavian market. As the Export Officer, you research the possibilities for introducing the cereals there. An American electronics company wants to conquer the Dutch market. As the Export Manager, you write a marketing plan.

You

You are adventurous and enterprising. Interested in different cultures. And in economics. You have an international outlook. A business mind. And a gift for languages. You enjoy the challenge of working with others. With people from different countries. In various languages.... [-]


Bachelor in English Language and Culture

University of Groningen
Campus Full time 3 years September 2018 Netherlands Groningen

The BA in English Language and Culture at the University of Groningen is consistently rated as the best in the country. The programme concentrates on different aspects of the English language and on literature written in English: language proficiency, linguistics, and the literature from the Middle Ages down to the present day, from the birthplace of the language in England to the United States and all parts of the Commonwealth. [+]

The Bachelor in English Language and Culture concentrates on different aspects of the English language and on literature written in English: language proficiency, linguistics, and the literature from the Middle Ages down to the present day, from the birthplace of the language in England to the United States and all parts of the Commonwealth. We cover theory, the entire range of genres and modes of writing, besides placing a strong emphasis on the cultural context of literary texts.

Study programme

In the first year of the BA degree in English Language and Culture, you will read a broad range of literary texts and you will learn about English as a language. You will analyse many important works, study literary theory, and engage with writings in English from the beginnings to the present.... [-]


Bachelor in Chinese Philology

Palacky University
Campus Full time 3 years September 2018 Czech Republic Olomouc

Programme content Chinese Conversation Chinese Phonology Geography of China [+]

Programme content: Chinese Conversation Chinese Phonology Geography of China Grammar of the Chinese Language Chinese Grammatology Listening Modern History of China Chinese Prosody Chinese Reading Semiotics of Chinese Culture Theory of the Chinese Language Modern Chinese Literature Translation Lexicography of Chinese General Linguistics Programme dates:

September – June, 3 years

Application deadline:

February 28th

Application procedure: application form SPF – Test of Scholastic Aptitude at the Faculty of Arts of Palacký University with special emphasis on culture, humanities, and social science disciplines Language requirements:

English language CEFR level B2 or TOEFL points 87 minimum or Czech language level B2... [-]


Bachelor in English Language and Literature

Al-Ahliyya Amman University
Campus Full time September 2018 Jordan Amman

The Department of English Language and Literature came into existence once the University was founded, and the Translation Department was founded in 2001. [+]

English Language & Literature

The Department of English Language and Literature came into existence once the University was founded, and the Translation Department was founded in 2001. These two divisions, which are merged into one Department, boast a distinguished faculty with specializations in literature, translation, and French. Since the Department was founded, it has carried out its work successfully, giving foremost priority to a steady development of its study plan to ensure that it is up-to-date, comprehensive, and keeps abreast with the latest needs and demands of the times. The Department’s Literature division focuses on classical literature and antiquity, but it also gives modern and post-modern literature a lot of attention.... [-]


Corso di Laurea triennale in Lingue, Civiltà e Scienze del Linguaggio

Ca' Foscari University of Venice
Campus Full time 3 years October 2018 Italy Venice

This Program will provide a solid basic grounding in two foreign languages and an intermediate-level knowledge of English, as well as specific skills related to the curriculum chosen. [+]

This Program will provide a solid basic grounding in two foreign languages and an intermediate-level knowledge of English, as well as specific skills related to the curriculum chosen.

Link to the Degree Program page Link to the application procedure page Level of qualification

Bachelor's Degree Programme

Teaching language

Italian

Access to the program

Open admission.

Quota reserved to non-EU students residing outside Italy: 12 seats, of which 1 is reserved for a Chinese student living in China, under the Marco Polo Project.

Admission requirements

Each curriculum requires specific knowledge, which the student should have before enrolling the university in order to attend the course successfully. This knowledge may be verified before enrolling.... [-]


Acting In German

Universitatea De Vest Din Timisoara
Campus Full time 6 semesters October 2018 Romania Timișoara

The Institute for Acting in German, founded in 1992, sets itself the goal of training qualified actors, above all for the German stages in Romania. [+]

College of Music and Theater

Department: Music and the Performing Arts,

Acting (Romanian and German language)

West University of Timisoara

Department of Drama in German (BA)

Duration and completion:

6 semesters; Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Study places for the German department:

10 study places per semester

Subjects of Bachelor Basic Studies:

Drama, improvisation, movement, dance, speech training, voice training, history of the costume, art of make-up, creative theater workshop, singing, cultural management, theater history, drama theory, theater aesthetics

Short description:

The Institute for Acting in German, founded in 1992, sets itself the goal of training qualified actors, above all for the German stages in Romania. The training focuses on the discovery and development of acting skills through improvisational exercises, experiments on scenic situations based on narrative texts, scene and role study with increasing difficulty character, workshop stagings with public appearances as well as theater practicals.... [-]


Bachelor in English Language and Comparative Literature

Koc University - Istanbul Turkey
Campus Full time 4 years September 2018 Turkey Istanbul

In this age of global exchange, the ENCL program promotes a study of literature that expands cultural connections among societies and bridges disciplines. [+]

Welcome to the Department of English Language and Comparative Literature. In this age of global exchange, the ENCL program promotes a study of literature that expands cultural connections among societies and bridges disciplines.

The departmental course offerings include classes in world literature, critical theory and interdisciplinary studies where students work intensively with a distinguished faculty of scholars in Turkish, Ottoman, European, Anglo-American and Postcolonial literary and cultural studies. At the same time, the major encourages students to take advantage of the rich offerings of courses in other KU departments or study abroad.

Our major leads to the advanced study of literature at the graduate level and provides a strong basis for advanced degrees and/or careers in publishing, journalism, cultural studies, philosophy, education, international relations, film, and entertainment.... [-]


Bachelor in English Language and Culture

University of Amsterdam
Campus Full time Part time 3 years September 2018 Netherlands Amsterdam + 1 more

The Bachelor's in English Language and Culture stimulates you to explore the rich, vibrant and diverse literary, linguistic and cultural heritage of the English-speaking world. [+]

The Bachelor's in English Language and Culture stimulates you to explore the rich, vibrant and diverse literary, linguistic and cultural heritages of the English-speaking world.

The World of English

From its humble beginnings as one of the languages of Britain, English has spread all over the globe and emerged as the international language of science, the media, politics, and technology. Taught exclusively in English, the UvA's Bachelor's in English Language and Culture allows you to explore and deepen your appreciation of the literature and linguistics of the English-speaking world.

As you work your way through the traditional canon and world literature in English from around the globe, you will study the origins and development of the language, diverse World Englishes like Australian, South African, Indian and Singaporean, as well as how they are perceived and represented in the literary and media worlds.... [-]


Bachelor in Portuguese Language and Portuguese Speaking Countries

Polytechnic Institute Of Bragança
Campus Full time 3 years September 2018 Portugal Bragança

The bachelor programme in Portuguese Language and Portuguese Speaking Countries is designed for international students, whose native language is not Portuguese, with deep knowledge of the structures of Portuguese, in a way they fluently use this language orally and in its written form. [+]

Program Description

The bachelor programme in Portuguese Language and Portuguese Speaking Countries is designed for international students, whose native language is not Portuguese, with deep knowledge of the structures of Portuguese, in a way they fluently use this language orally and in its written form. On the other hand, this bachelor programme provides deep competences on the historical, socioeconomic, business and organizational relationships, and cultural diversity across the Portuguese Speaking Countries, including Brasil, Angola, Mozambique, Cape Verde, Guiné-Bissau, São Tomé and Príncipe and East Timor. International students can carry out a final internship in Portugal or in one of these Portuguese Speaking Countries. International students can be enrolled in this Bachelor programme without any knowledge of the Portuguese language. Students should have a proficiency level in English.... [-]