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University of Pécs BA in Hungarian Literature and Linguistics
University of Pécs

BA in Hungarian Literature and Linguistics

Pécs, Hungary

6 Semesters

English

Full time

15 Jul 2024

Sep 2024

EUR 1,700 / per semester *

On-Campus

* for non-EU students / EUR 1600/semester for EU students / application fee: EUR 140

Introduction

The BA in Hungarian literature and linguistics program is designed to train experts in Hungarian language, literature, and culture. The graduates will be equipped with both the academic knowledge and the relevant language and practical skills to analyze literary texts, and linguistic and cultural phenomena in their wider intellectual, intercultural and historical contexts. Studying Hungarian language and literature at the University of Pécs entails the development and sophistication of students' language and reading skills, as well as their ability to place and interpret linguistic questions and literary texts in their wider intellectual, cultural and historical contexts.

The program also requires the students to consider the methodology by which they analyze the linguistic, literary, and cultural phenomena, to learn about contemporary Hungarian language use and literary forms and techniques, and to make comparative analyzes.

The Institute for Hungarian Studies, University of Pécs, and Faculty of Humanities can offer you three MA programs:

  • Hungarology (2 years, 4 semesters)
  • Applied Linguistics (2 years, 4 semesters)
  • literary and Cultural Studies (2 years, 4 semesters)

After the Master's level (MA) you can continue your studies at the Doctoral level (Ph.D.):

The Institute for Hungarian Studies, University of Pécs, and Faculty of Humanities can offer you two Doctoral Schools (Ph.D.):

  • Linguistics (2 years+2 years)
  • Literary Studies (2 years+2 years)

Optional BA courses: 10 credits Optional courses in Hungarian Studies: the students can choose from a wide range of courses offered as Campus credit courses by the different departments of the Faculty of Humanities: e.g. cultural anthropology, history, literature

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