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Programme description

Contact

Academic staff person in charge:

Beatriz Blecua Falgueras Email


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Master's in Teaching Spanish and Catalan as Second Languages (Year 2016-2017)

General information



Name of the master's programme Master's in Teaching Spanish and Catalan as Second Languages
Field Humanities, Heritage and Cultural Studies
Type Mixed (professional and research)
Affiliation

Department of Philology and Communication

Academic secretary Faculty of Arts
Duration

60 ECTS credits; one academic year.

Calendar and timetable

Organised into academic years (from 26th September to June). Class timetable: afternoons, from October to February. Internships and Master's Thesis will start in March. More information

System and method of study Full time / part time; Face-to-face
Languages of instruction

Catalan: 50% - Spanish: 50%. The percentage of instruction in Catalan or in Spanish will depend on the track chosen.

Language requeriments

Knowledge of spanish or catalan

Maximum number of students 30
Fee Pre-registration: 30.21 euros. Seat reservation: 500 euros (in terms of registration). Registration: 46.11 euros/credit (non European Union citizens, non-residents in Spain: 65.87 euros/credit). More information
Website http://www.udg.edu/ensenyamentEspanyoliCatala
Other informations: Monitoring indicators | Quality system | Tutorial plan

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Educational objectives

This master’s programme provides students with research and professional training in the study of second languages with a focus on linguistic, cultural, educational and social diversity.

It provides essential training for future teachers of Spanish and/or Catalan as second languages, from both an educational and a grammatical point of view, and it complements the existing training offered in response to the social demand created by intercultural situations. It also guarantees the foundation needed to develop research activity in general and comparative linguistics, linguistic contact, and language teaching and acquisition, with particular emphasis on multilingual situations related to migration.

The programme offers the opportunity to gain practical experience at a foreign university and at the centers of Instituto Cervantes, and apply for an Erasmus + for Traineeships grant.


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Access and admission

Graduates with degrees in Catalan Language and Literature, Spanish Language and Literature (or other languages ​​or philologies), Linguistics, Translation and Interpretation, Educational Sciences and other areas of the Humanities and Social Sciences.

Priority will be given to those candidates with the best academic records and having a sufficient level of knowledge in the field, if the demand for places exceeds supply fixed (30 students).

Sufficient knowledge of Catalan or Spanish equivalent to level C1 is required. If you do not have an official accreditation to this level, the Admissions Committee will determine through an interview with the candidate and, if necessary, a placement test if you have the proficiency sufficient.


 

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Career opportunities

The master’s programme has been conceived in response to the demand for persons with knowledge of languages and specialisations in social integration, at the international, national and local level. The features of this master’s degree make it attractive to graduates from many fields of the humanities and the social sciences. It also attracts professionals working as language teachers in early childhood, primary, secondary or adult education, in the reception of immigrant groups, or in translation and interpretation. The programme will complement their training by providing a strong foundation in the acquisition and the teaching of second languages, with a focus on educational and grammatical aspects, and taking into account new needs generated by intercultural situations.

Accordingly, career opportunities provide by the programme include:
  • Professors of Spanish and Catalan as a foreign language, in various public or private institutions (language schools, universities, adult education centres, language standardisation consortia, etc.) and in the world of business and tourism, in Spain and abroad.
  • Professionals working on the linguistic and social integration of immigrants and on language diversity management in multilingual and multicultural contexts.
  • Researchers capable of helping people understand the cultural, social and linguistic diversity in our country at present.
  • Researches in linguistics and in the study of Romance languages (sociolinguistics, linguistic typology, language teaching, language acquisition, language contact, theoretical linguistics, comparative grammar, Spanish, Catalan, other romance languages, etc.).
  • Publishing professionals specialised in the creation of educational materials for the teaching of second languages.

The training offered in the master’s programme is recognised and recommended by the Institut Ramon Llull and by the Department of Language Policy of the Catalan government.

An agreement has been reached with the Cervantes Institute to allow students to complete practical placements in its centres around the world.


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Admission to the doctoral programme

The successful completion of this master’s degree provides access to the research period of a doctoral programme. Bear in mind that each programme can set additional requirements and criteria for selection and admission of students, such as the demand for specific complementary training courses.

 

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» Access to doctoral programmes

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Teaching staff
List of UdG teaching staff members who teach classes in the current year

    Department of Education

    Department of Philology and Communication

    Department of Psychology

    Department of Subject-Specific Education

     


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    Note: This section shows the complete structure of the curriculum. Clicking on each module or requirement of the curriculum, you get a list of all subjects related to the module or requirement, not the subjects offered in a particular year. To see the offer of subjects refer to the registration guide of the current academic year.