Double Degree with University of Bucharest Language Sciences / English Linguistics
The Double Degree in Language Sciences / English Linguistics, jointly developed by Ca’ Foscari University of Venice - Department of Linguistics and Comparative Cultural Studies (DSLCC) and the University of Bucharest (Romania), offers the possibility to take part in an international study programme, by spending the first and fourth semesters at the home University and the second and third smesters at the host University.
Students will obtain 60 ECTS in each institution.
At the end of the study path, upon completion of all the exams and the thesis defense, students will receive a double degree:
- Laurea Magistrale in Scienze del Linguaggio - Percorso: Language Sciences from Ca’ Foscari University of Venice;
- Master of Arts in English Linguistics from the University of Bucharest.
The programme is reserved for students enrolling in the first year of the master’s degree in Language Sciences - curriculum Language Sciences at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice.
Applicants must be in possession of the admission requirements to enrol in the master’s degree in Language Sciences and must demonstrate an advance level of English language proficiency (C1).
Selected student will enrol to the Master of Arts in English Linguistics of the University of Bucharest for both academic years, without having to pay additional fees.
How to apply
To be able to participate in the selection process, it is necessary to apply following the procedures and deadlines reported in the call for applications, published annually.
Double/joint degree selection results will be published on this webpage according to the specific timeline mentioned in the Annex A.
Calls and forms
Study period abroad
Students will be contacted by the staff of the Counseling and Welcome Unit for information about the procedures to carry out before, during and after the mobility period, taking place in the second and third academic semesters.
Information about scholarship possibilities can be found in the annual call for applications.
All students will be required to submit a Learning Agreement, listing all the academic activities they are planning to take abroad, which will be recognized in their study plan after the completion of the mobility.
The thesis will be written at the home University with a Professor of the host University as co-supervisor. In order to present the request to graduate, students must follow the standard procedure for all Ca’ Foscari students.
Both diplomas will be legally recognized in the countries of issuance.
Last update: 25/02/2021