Master [60] in Modern Languages and Literatures : General

roge2m1  2018-2019  Louvain-la-Neuve

At Louvain-la-Neuve - 60 credits - 1 year - Day schedule - In french
Dissertation/Graduation Project : YES - Internship : NO
Activities in English: optional - Activities in other languages : YES
Activities on other sites : optional
Main study domain : Langues, lettres et traductologie
Organized by: Faculté de philosophie, arts et lettres (FIAL)
Programme acronym: ROGE2M1 - Francophone Certification Framework: 7

Introduction


Students aim to achieve an expert level of knowledge in their fields. At the end of the course, they will attain a the European “proficient user” level in the two languages they study.
Their training has a practical focus: they take part in language lessons in their target languages, language laboratory exercises, seminars and individual assignments on detailed questions, they write a dissertation in one of the two languages studied and have the opportunity to conduct ERASMUS studies abroad, etc.. 
 

Your Profile

 

  • students hold bachelor’s degrees in modern languages and literature and wish to further their knowledge of two modern languages;
  • students have affirmed their interest in literary or linguistic issues and wish to specialise in their preferred fields;
  • students wish to undertake quality training in a stimulating work environment;
  • students wish to direct their training towards employing their skills in a professional environment. 
        

Your Future Job


Students of the modern languages and literature master find employment easily.
Those who hold the secondary teacher training certificate (AESS) favour working in secondary education (general and technical streams). The private sector (banks and companies) also employs a certain number of language teachers. 
 

Your Programme


The master offers:

  • in-depth expertise in a Germanic language (English, German, Dutch) and a romance language (French, Spanish, Italian);
  • further studies in the culture, linguistics and literature of the two languages studied;
  • development in high-level know-how relating to criticism, analytics and the preparation of summaries.
  • the opportunity for students to specialise in a profession where they can use their skills.