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Trinational Master in Literature, Culture and Linguistic History of the German-Speaking World

Language of instruction: German

The Trinational Master in Literature, Culture and Linguistic History of the German-Speaking World is a joint programme of the University of Luxembourg, Saarland University (Germany) and the Université de Lorraine in Metz (France). It comprises 120 ECTS, which are acquired in four semesters.

The programme focuses on the German language and literature from its beginnings to the present in the totality of its historical, systematic and socio-cultural references, it covers a variety of methods and perspectives of knowledge that serve its scientific research. The degree addresses philological, cultural and media studies issues in a balanced way. The subjects, theories and methods of German Studies are treated in a research-oriented and up-to-date manner as well as in the context of neighbouring cultural and social science subjects. At the same time, a strong orientation towards academic practice and other professional fields in German Studies is intended. It is possible to obtain a degree from all three participating universities.

Requirements

Hold a Bachelor's degree in cultural studies, humanities, linguistics or literature, or comparable degree.

Learning Outcomes

Students will be able to:

  • confidently apply methods and theories of the philologies;
  • describe the time periods of German literature and critically situate them in the context of a cultural and media-historical perspective;
  • have a level of analysis that enables them to identify the relationships between German literature and other forms and discourses of social, aesthetic and cultural self-representation;
  • develop their knowledge of the German language and literature in a synchronic and diachronic perspective and apply it in a comparative and contrasting way as well as across cultures and nations.
  • have the competence to systematise their knowledge in the field of the German language and literature, and transfer it to other overarching contexts;
  • apply their knowledge of the German language and literature to specific questions in the academic context as well as to problems and questions in other professional situations.

Career opportunities

  • Science, publishing, journalism, media, cultural institutions, libraries, adult education;
  • Language, literature, and media fields;
  • Internal and external communication, marketing, as well as consulting activities - i.e. personnel consulting, coaching for executives, or management consulting and freelance coaching.

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  • Duration: 4 semesters (120 ECTS) / full time
  • Registration fees: 200 € / semester
  • Languages: DE
  • Application period:
    • EU: April - July
    • Non-EU: February - April

Any questions? Contact us for information about registration and studying at the University of Luxembourg: help@uni.lu