MA and Intensive Language (Turkish) (2019 Entry)

Location
United Kingdom
Dates
Dates flexible
Course Type
Language Course
Accreditation
-
Language
English
Course Fee
$12,494

Course Overview

Overview:

Who is this programme for?

The two-year language pathway is directed at students with a professional and academic interest in Turkey. The intensive training in Turkish language aims at supporting students' ability to tackle their disciplinary interests by engaging with written texts and in oral communication in Turkish.

Your chosen discipline is combined with intensive Turkish language over two years (including a period in Turkey).

Access to the Turkish language pathway is currently available for students with:

  • Beginner, or
  • Post-beginner level of proficiency.
  • Students' proficiency levels will be assessed through a placement test during registration week (specific dates will be provided to the applicants).

  • 2 year pathway: full time (2 years) or part time (4 years).

  • Fees 2019/20 UK/EU fees -

Who should take this course

Interested Students.

Course content

Structure:

Students must take 315 credits in total, comprised of 255 taught credits (45 of which are taught abroad as part of a Summer School) and a 60-credit dissertation in the selected discipline as outlined below.

In their first year, students on the two-year Intensive Language programmes take 60 credits of intensive language instruction and 60 credits in the discipline. During the summer, they participate in a Summer School abroad. In the second year, they take another 30 language credits as well as 60 credits in the discipline; they also complete their dissertation in the discipline.

About Course Provider

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