Degree to be achieved: Bachelor Degree in Humanities in Language Studies
Duration of studies: 3 years
Type of studies: Full time
Amount of credits: 120 credit points or 180 ECTS
European Qualifications Framework (EQF) level: Level 6
International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED) level: Level 6
Language of instruction: English and French, Italian or Spanish
Accreditation: Study program is licensed, will be accredited within two years (according to national legislation)

Tuition fee

The sub-programme prepares competent and competitive French language specialists. Special attention is paid to the acquisition of another Romance language (choice: Spanish or Italian), as well as to the acquisition and study of the culture and literature of the region. The program is taught by native speaker academic staff members. Students with and without prior knowledge of French are accepted in the sub-programme.

Study period and classes time
The full – time degree programme covers three academic years. Classes are mainly from 8.30am till 6pm in the working days.

Career opportunities

Job opportunities are wide: state and municipal institutions, foreign affairs departments, national embassies (cultural and / or public relations / media information specialist), media companies and publishing houses (editor, proofreader, advertising specialist), translation agencies, research institutions (language specialist, consultant ), libraries, museums (knowledge of language / literature materials, organizer of cultural / educational events), schools, language courses (teacher).

More information about study programme and Study plan

ERASMUS+ exchange possibilities

UL full-time students, regardless of their citizenship, have the opportunity to apply for the ERASMUS + exchange program for studies or/and traineeship.  

More information:

ERASMUS + study mobility 
ERASMUS + traineeship moblity  

 

Admission requirements

1.General secondary high school diploma;
2. English language proficiency. French language knowledge will be considered as advantage.

Enrollment criteria (for students competing for the state-financed study place)

1. The grade in French or English (60%);
2. Grade point average (20%);
3. A certificate of the Latvian language (20%).
Please note! Only EU/EEA/Swiss citizens and EU long-term resident status holders can compete for a state-financed study place.

As a part of the admission process applicants will be asked to participate in an online interview.

Autumn Intake (application start: 3 Jan 2022; studies start in Sept 2022)

Full-time

 

Contact person for more information

Director of the Sub-Programme                
Prof. Jeļena Vladimirska
E-mail: Jelena.Vladimirska@lu.lv

Coordinator of the Programme          
Agnese Šnipke
E-mail: Agnese.Snipke@lu.lv
Phone: +371 67034914