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Bachelor of German Language and Linguistics

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Untuk dianugerahkan Ijazah Sarjana Muda Bahasa dan Linguistik Jepun / Jerman / Itali / Perancis / Sepanyol, pelajar perlu menyempurnakan pengajiannya dengan mengikuti kursus yang keseluruhannya berjumlah 125 kredit. Struktur program bagi Ijazah Sarjana Muda Bahasa dan Linguistik Jepun / Jerman / Itali / Perancis / Sepanyol adalah seperti berikut:

Students are awarded the Bachelor of Japanese / German / Italian / French / Spanish Language and Linguistics upon completion of 125 credits of studies. The programme structure for the Bachelor of Japanese / German / Italian / French / Spanish Language and Linguistics is as follows:

  1. Obtaining scholarships for further studies in Germany (from DAAD) or other European countries (from ERASMUS). DAAD also provides scholarships for Malaysians to attend summer courses in Germany,
  2. Exchange programme at the HTWG Konstanz (Germany) for the Bachelor in Business German and Tourism Management and other elective languages exchange programmes (Korean, Thai, etc).
  1. In the media, advertising and publishing industry (e.g. junior script-writers, editors, copywriters, proof-readers; writers, etc );
  2. In corporate communication;
  3. In the education industry (e.g. language teachers/instructors, teachers assistants, education administrators at government and private schools and institutions, research assistants, etc);
  4. As translators and interpreters (e.g. to translate subtitles, advertisements, texts, etc);
  5. As language or linguistic consultants (e.g. linguistic and language- related fieldwork, research assistants, analysing linguistic aspects of spoken and written texts at the basic level);
  6. As tour guides
  7. In civil service

Semester I : September

Deadline for Malaysian applicants : April for Semester I intake

Deadline for International applicants : June for Semester I intake

  • RM 5,043.00 (Local student)
  • Click here (International Student) 



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Last Updated: 27/11/2019