Languages, Literature and Communication - Bachelor

Additional language requirement:

  • Courses offered by Dutch Language and Culture require a higher proficiency in Dutch (B2 for level 1 and 2, C1 for level 3 courses). The course code of courses to which this applies start with the letters NE. See prerequisites and entry requirements.  
  • Courses offered by English Language and Culture require a higher proficiency in English (B2 for level 1 and 2 courses, C1 for level 3 courses). This applies to courses with a course code that starts with the letters EN. See prerequisites and entry requirements.  

Courses taught in English

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Semester 2

Period 3

Period 4

Courses taught in all other languages

Semester 1

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Semester 2

Period 3

Period 4

Lingua Receptiva

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Receptive language skills or Lingua Receptiva (LaRa) can be used to increase the accessibility of courses that are part of the German, French, Italian, Dutch and Spanish language programs. Lingua Receptiva is a form of multilingual communication in which each speaker uses a different language, but each speaker has sufficient listening skills in the other speaker’s language for them to be able to understand each other. There are several exchange courses which have the LaRa option; if this is the case, it is mentioned explicitly in the course description. For more information on LaRa, please go to http://students.uu.nl/en/hum/lingua-receptiva.