Bachelor study programme (Department of German, Scandinavian and Dutch Studies) has the conception "areal studies", focusing on Scandinavian countries history and contemporary. Linguistic profile concentrates on language acquisition Swedish in the cultural context. In the B-credit courses rising the themes concerning European integration, democracy and life style as well as actual society and social problems. The main objective of the study programme is preparation for the professional career as translator, interpreter, text writer. The other outcome may be further study at master level in various directions at MU or other universities in our country or abroad. The main value is to support further advancement of the individuality of the student personality.
A successful graduate is able to
- to understand Swedish text - level B2
- to speak Swedish - level B1-B2
- to practise overview over Scandinavian geography, history, literature and art
- to be able to analyze literature works
- positive self-reflection in the context of Scandinavian topics
Occupational profile of Graduates of the bachelor study programme is variable according to Scandinavian themes - in travel agencies, tourist guides, translators and interpreters. The graduates can get jobs in the state administrattion, international cooperation projects etc. They have professional possibilities in the school system or correspondents.
Unfortunately no information about admission requirements is available.
Field combinations with Scandinavian Studies
Study field data
|Faculty||Faculty of Arts|
|Type of study|
|Standard length of studies||3 years|
|Language of instruction|