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European Literatures and Interculturality


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How do literature and culture interact with and reflect on socio-political challenges such as the EU (dis)integration, rise of populism or migration crises?How can literature facilitate inclusion, empathy and intercultural awareness, and contribute to sustainable societies and environmental issues? How can literary analysis be applied to other cultural forms or productions? What does it mean when we say: “culture is political” and “politics is cultural”?In the Master's track European Literature and Interculturality, you will explore the connection between literature and culture in the processes of nation-building, the formation of attitudes towards migration, environmental issues and other socio-political issues. This track teaches you academic skills and approaches that will prepare you to operate as a cultural expert wherever texts are involved: in the media, institutions and networks.Each course builds on a theoretical foundation and simultaneously trains your research skills and ability to communicate with a range of different audiences. This unique and innovative literature programme is based on cutting-edge research in literary studies, is international in scope and comprises several modern European languages.The Master's track in European Literature and Interculturality is located at the Department of European Languages and Cultures. This international, interdisciplinary




Master of Arts


1 year

ECTS credits



Numerus Fixus

Tuition fee 2023/2024

€ 2,314

€ 16,000


Application requirements

Students with a foreign certificate of higher education that indicates that they have knowledge and understanding of and subject-specific skills (BA thesis in language of specialization) in Literary Studies at academic Bachelor's level will be admitted to the degree programme.

The entry requirements for the various languages are as follows: CEFR B2/C1 is required on all components for: French, Italian, Spanish, Swedish CEFR C1 is required on all components for: German and Frisian CEFR B1/B2 is required on all components for: Russian The English language requirement can be met by presenting one of the following pieces of documentary evidence: a. the internet-based TOEFL test (iBT TOEFL, with a minimum score of 90 and a minimum score of 21 on all compo

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€ 16,000
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1 Sep '23 1 May '23 1 May '23
1 Sep '24 1 May '24 1 May '24
1 Sep '25 1 May '25 1 May '25


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