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    Courses for Exchange Students CALENDAR YEAR 2016 | JOINT FACULTIES OF HUMANITIES AND THEOLOGY

  • Table of contents

    CENTRE FOR LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE........................................................4-14Arabic........................................................................................................................4Central and Eastern European Studies......................................................................4Comparative Literature.............................................................................................4European Studies......................................................................................................4English Language Studies.........................................................................................5Film Studies...............................................................................................................7French Studies...........................................................................................................7German Studies.........................................................................................................8Humanities Laboratory..............................................................................................9Italian Studies............................................................................................................9Latin Studies..............................................................................................................9Linguistics..................................................................................................................9Literature-Culture-Media........................................................................................11Middle Eastern Studies............................................................................................12Modern Greek Studies.............................................................................................13Nordic Languages....................................................................................................13Spanish Studies.......................................................................................................13Swedish Language Studies......................................................................................14Yiddish.....................................................................................................................14

    DEPARTMENT OF ARCHAEOLOGY AND ANCIENT HISTORY.....................................14

    DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND CULTURAL SCIENCES.................................................16DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY......................................................................................17DEPARTMENT OF MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION..................................................17

    DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY...............................................................................18

    CENTRE FOR THEOLOGY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES.................................................18

    INTERNATIONAL OFFICE AT THE FACULTIES OF HUMANITIES AND THEOLOGY..............................................................................................................19

    LIST OF COURSES AT THE FACULTIES OF HUMANITIES AND THEOLOGY

    LIST OF SPECIAL AREA STUDY COURSES (SAS COURSES) OFFERED BY OTHER FACULTIES

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    PrefaceThe purpose of this folder is to list courses or modules (sub-courses) that are

    offered in English and other languages at the departments of the Faculties of

    Humanities and Theology. One credit equals one ECTS credit.

    The publication is intended to help exchange students to find courses accessible

    to them. In order to find more information about each course, please enter the

    course code into the search function sk of Lund Universitys main website

    www.lu.se.

    There is no claim that the information given below is complete, thus interested

    students should consult the relevant web page for each course for more detai-

    led information. Exchange students must apply to these courses through their

    international coordinator at Lund University. Students may not attend courses

    without being previously admitted through their coordinator.

    Courses preceded by do not require any special prerequisites other than one year of academic studies which all exchange students have by definition. The

    medium of instruction is English unless stated otherwise.

    Regarding courses belonging to the Special Area Studies (SAS courses) there is a

    separate catalogue listing the courses more in detail. Check the on-line version:

    http://www.lunduniversity.lu.se/admissions/exchange-study-abroad/exchange-

    studies/special-area-studies

    The latest version of this folder can be found on our website, www.ht.lu.se/

    international

    Version 2016-03-01

    NOTES ON SOME TERMS IN THE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: * ENGLISH 6/ENGLISH COURSE B. The equivalent of English studies at upper secondary (high school) level in Sweden. Read more: https://www.universityadmissions.se/en/All-you-need-to-know1/Applying-for-studies/English-requirements/ * CEFR CEFR is the short term for Common European Framework of References for Languages, which was published in 2001. Different CEFR levels indicate the various levels of language proficiency of users of a language. The following two are the most common in our course admission requirements: CEFR B2: Upper-Intermediate level. Can understand the main ideas of complex text and can produce clear detailed text. Can spontaneously enter into a conversation. CEFR C1: Advanced level. Effective operational proficiency able to express oneself fluently and use the language flexibly and efficiently for social, academic and professional purposes. Read more about CEFR: http://www.eur.nl/english/ltc/alumni/cefr/ * GENERAL All exchange students are eligible for courses with general requirements on Bachelors level. Please see each course for specific requirements. Read more: General requirements on Masters level: https://www.universityadmissions.se/en/All-you-need-to-know1/Applying-for-studies/Entry-requirements/Masters-level-requirements/

    http://www.ht.lu.se/internationalhttp://www.ht.lu.se/international

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    Centre for Languages and Literature WWW.SOL.LU.SE

    ArabicWWW.SOL.LU.SE/ARABISKA

    ARAB31 Modern Arabic Literature in Translation7.5 credits

    Requirements: General and 60 credits in academic studies,

    or the equivalent.

    Part-time/daytime spring semester

    Course period: 2016-01-18 2016-03-28

    ARAC24 Communicative Arabic IV7.5 credits

    Requirements: General and Elementary Arabic (ARAA10), and

    Elementary Arabic Grammar III (ARAC21), or the equivalent.

    Part-time/daytime spring semester

    Course period: 2016-03-29 2016-06-05

    ADVANCED LEVEL

    ARAN02 Arabic Poetry and Fiction I 7.5 credits

    Requirements: A Bachelors degree in Arabic, or the equi-

    valent.

    Part-time/daytime autumn semester

    Course period: 2016-08-29 2017-01-13

    ARAN04 Arabic Poetry and Fiction II7.5 credits

    Requirements: A Bachelors degree in Arabic or the equivalent

    Part-time/daytime spring semester

    Course period: 2016-01-18 2016-03-28

    Central and Eastern European StudiesWWW.SOL.LU.SE/IOC

    SASH62 Communism in East and Cen-tral Europe Past, Present, and Future Perspectives7.5 credits

    Part-time/daytime autumn semester

    Course period: 2016-08-29 2017-01-15

    CKB06 Nationalism and Communism in Central Europe (Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary)7.5 credits

    Part-time/daytime spring semester

    Course period: 2016-01-18 2016-03-27

    Comparative LiteratureWWW.SOL.LU.SE/LITTERATURVETENSKAP

    SASH16 Survey of Swedish Literature7.5 credits

    Part-time/daytime spring semester

    Course period: 2016-01-18 2016-06-05

    European StudiesWWW.SOL.LU.SE/EUROPASTUDIER

    ADVANCED LEVEL

    EUHR07 European Studies: Russia and Eastern Europe the Present and the Past15 credits

    Requirements: Completion of 90 credits, of which at least

    60 credits must be in European Studies, Central and Eastern

    European Studies, Russian Studies with a specialization in

    literature/culture, or the equivalent. English B (advanced).

    Full-time/daytime autumn semester

    Course period: 2016-10-28 2017-01-13

    http://www.sol.lu.sehttp://www.sol.lu.se/arabiskahttp://www.sol.lu.se/iochttp://www.sol.lu.se/litteraturvetenskap/http://www.sol.lu.se/europastudier/

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    English Language StudiesWWW.SOL.LU.SE/EN/ENGELSKA/KURSUTBUD

    ENGA01 English: Level 1Requirements: The equivalent of English B in the Swedish

    school system; at least one term of English at university level;

    at least upper intermediate proficiency (corresponding to CEFR

    B2).

    0701 Phonetics 4 credits

    Part-time/daytime autumn semester

    Course period: autumn 2015-11-02 2015-12-11

    0702 Grammar 6 credits

    Part-time/daytime autumn semester

    Course period: autumn 2015-09-01 2015-11-04

    0703 Translation (Only for students who know Swedish; at least upper inter-

    mediate proficiency, corresponding to CEFR B2)

    3 credits

    Part-time/daytime autumn semester

    Course period: autumn 2015-09-01 2015-11-05

    0704 Written Proficiency5 credits

    Part-time/daytime autumn semester

    Course period: autumn 2015-09-01 2016-01-08

    0705 Literature6 credits

    Part-time/daytime autumn semester

    Course period: autumn 2015-09-21 2015-12-22

    0706 History and Culture3 credits

    Part-time/daytime autumn semester

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