Second cycle programmes (Master)
The Centre for Languages and Literature offers five international Master’s programmes with different specialisations, several of which correspond to the many languages available for study at the centre. A Master’s programme entails two years of study but several programmes also offer the possibility of stepping off after one year (one-year Master).
The Master’s programmes involve a substantial advancement of knowledge and proficiency in relation to the Bachelor’s programmes. In addition, several Master’s programmes serve as preparation for post-graduate studies and qualify students to apply to post-graduate programmes. For more information on the Master’s programmes please see the web pages below.
- Master Programme in Literature – Culture – Media
- Master of Arts in Languages and Linguistics
- Master of Arts in European Studies
- Master of Arts in Film and Media History (admission every second year)
- Master's Programme in East and Central European Studies
Students applying for international Master's degree programmes at Lund University apply between mid-October and 15 January for studies starting in the autumn semester (August/September). Some programmes also open for application in the national application round (March 15 to April 15). However, non-EU/EEA citizens must apply by January 15, to be able to get a residence permits in time for the start of the semester.