Romance Studies, Department
Philosophische Fakultät at the Uni Jena
Institut für Romanistik
- Ernst-Abbe-Platz 8
- 07737 Jena
- Phone: +49 3641 94-4600
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Special features regarding teachingRomance Studies at Jena is special in the sense that the institute is one of only a few in Germany offering the entire spectrum of major Romance languages (Portuguese, Spanish, French, Italian, and Romanian). The language courses offered at the Institute (French, Italian, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish) are generally taught by native speakers. The courses offered are regularly supplemented by international guest lecturers. The Institute offers interdisciplinary master profiles.
Special features regarding the international orientationThe Jena Romance Studies department maintains contact with approximately 40 partner universities in seven countries; These include Latin American universities and the École Normale Supérieure Paris. Jena is the only university in Germany where the internationally recognised language diploma CELPE-Bras of the Brazilian Ministry of Education can be pursued. For Italian, the CELI awarded by the Università per stranieri di Perugia can be acquired in cooperation with the Language Centre. The courses offered are regularly supplemented by international guest lecturers.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsFrankreich: École Normale Supérieure (Paris); Université Jean Moulin (Lyon 3), Université Paris (Sorbonne Nouvelle); Italien: L’Università degli Studi di Verona, L’Università degli Studi di Siena, L‘Università degli Studi di Urbino «Carlo Bo»; Portugal: Universität Coimbra; Rumänien: Universität Bukarest; Spanien: Universität Sevilla, Universität Valladolid, Universität Zaragoza
Special features regarding the equipmentThe Universität Jena has a multimedia centre which can be used in the course if necessary.
Special features regarding research activitiesInterdisciplinary and transnational "Thematic network" on transnational transformation using the example of Patagonia; Social inequality, cross-cultural exchange and aesthetic forms of expression (supported by the German Academic Exchange Service); Leopol
Other special featuresThe BA degree in Economics and Languages was set up in the 2017/18 winter semester; it combines basic economic core competences with solid philological knowledge in the chosen Romance language as well as basic knowledge of linguistics, literature and cultural studies. The BA in Economics and Languages can be studied with French, It., Port., Rom. or Sp., and it gives graduates solid written and oral language skills. Focus: Economics or languages (Fr., It., Port., Rom. or Sp.)
Further information on research activitieshttp://www.romanistik.uni-jena.de/Forschung-p-10.html
Further information about study entry phasehttps://www.uni-jena.de/Studienorientierung.html
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