Slavonic languages (tracks)

With a Bachelor’s in one of the Slavonic languages, you can continue your studies of the language, literature and culture of the Slavonic-speaking world through one of the following Master’s degree programmes.



Studying Russian, Polish and Czech at the University of Amsterdam

The Graduate School of Humanities offers several one-year Master’s during which you can specialise in Russian, Polish and Czech as a track within the programme. Each approaching the Slavonic languages with a unique focus – whether its literature, linguistics, education or culture – these Master’s allow you to tailor the programme to your interests.

Language and Society

In this Linguistics programme, you explore language from a (socio)linguistic and pragmatic perspective while developing the knowledge and skills to analyse Russian, Polish and Czech within their unique social contexts.

Literature, Culture and Society

Drawing on the fields of literature, cultural studies and intellectual history, this Literary Studies programme explores the Slavonic-speaking world within its broader intercultural contexts.

Language and Education

Study language learning from an acquisitional, pragmatic and educational perspective, while specialising in Russian, Polish and Czech in this Linguistics programme.

Literature and Education

In this Literary Studies programme, you examine the role of literature in language learning from an acquisitional, pragmatic and educational perspective, while specialising in Russian, Polish, Czech or Serbo-Croatian.


Degree programme
MA Literary Studies/Linguistics
Mode
Full-time
Credits
60 ECTS, 12 months
Language of instruction
English, Language of the study programme
Starts in
September
CROHO code
60813/60815

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