Romance Studies, Department
Fakultät für Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaften at the LMU München
Institut für Romanische Philologie ; Institut für Italienische Philologie
- Schellingstraße 3
- 80799 München
- Phone: +49 89 2180-2288
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Special features regarding teachingPermanent courses for six Romance languages and literature, sometimes more (e.g. Sardinian, Catalan, Occitan); Numerous parallel lectures for virtually no overlap and a broad selection of specialised lectures for students (as dictated by personal interest); Strongly research-oriented teaching, wide variety of theories and methods; Interdisciplinary options through cross-listing between related subjects (e.g. Comparative Literature/Romance Studies).
Special features regarding the international orientationVery wide range of partner universities, particularly in Europe as well as in North and South America. Recognition of coursework abroad possible. Guidance centres and work placement portals for work placements abroad. Support for student research projects abroad (e.g. for final theses).
Exchange universities for stay abroadsSorbonne Université; Universidad de Valencia; Università degli Studi di Bologna 'Alma Mater Studiorum'; Universitatea de Vest din Timisoara; Universidad de Salamanca; Université Aix-Marseille; Université de Neuchâtel; Université de Montréal; Universidade de São Paulo; Universidad Nacional de Colombia/Bogotá
Special features regarding the equipmentMedia laboratory for Phonetics and Phonology and some research-supported courses in the field of Digital Humanities; Computer workstations in the department library; Film screenings for film seminars; General: lecture theatres with audiovisual technical equipment, online learning platforms for language practice, electronic document and examination administration system; File depositories for the individual courses.
Special features regarding research activitiesMassive acquisition of third-party funding in different formats and involvement of students through research-related teaching. Key content areas: fashion theory, images of the civil war, gender theory, Middle Ages and the Early Modern Age, Latin American
Further information on research activitieshttps://www.romanistik.uni-muenchen.de/forschung/index.html
Further information about study entry phasehttps://www.romanistik.uni-muenchen.de/studium_lehre/orientierungsphase/index.html
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Last update 2019: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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