- General structure
- Modules and subjects
- Final Research Project (TFM)
- Bridging module
It consists of a total number of 60 credits
1. SUBJECTS SPECIFIC TO THE MASTER'S DEGREE (45 CREDITS)
7 compulsory subjects (35 credits)
2 elective subjects (10 credits)
2. FINAL RESEARCH PROJECT (15 CREDITS)
1 compulsory subject (5 credits)
Preparation of the Final Research Project (10 credits)
All the subjects on the courses are awarded 5 credits. The Master's degree consists of 10 subjects, 7 compulsory and 3 elective/optional, which are distributed in 3 modules. From these 10 subjects, the student must enrol in 9 subjects, hence the student must choose 2 subjects from the 3 subjects offered.
COMMUNICATION AND INTERCULTURALITY
TEACHING AND LEARNING LANGUAGES IN MULTILINGUAL ENVIRONMENTS
ICT resources for language learning (elective subject)
LINGUISTIC MEDIATION IN COMPANIES AND INSTITUTIONS
Translation English > Catalan/Spanish (elective subject)
SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL TUITION
- Internship in companies/institutions (elective subject)
- The bridging module is compulsory for those students coming from non-related diploma courses. The subjects have to be passed before gaining access to the Master's programme. Send an email to the Coordinator to have more information about class attendance and assessment policy
Introduction to linguistics (6 ECTS) Degree in English Studies (1st semestre)
Analysing English texts (6 ECTS) Degree in English Studies (2nd semestre)
Spanish morphology (6 ECTS) Degree in Hispanic Philology (1st semestre)
Spanish syntax (6 ECTS) Degree in Hispanic Philology (1st semestre)
Students will be assigned a tutor to advise them throughout the duration of the Master's Degree and help them select the most appropriate subjects based on the their personal interests and the academic track selected. Students will also be assigned a tutor for the final assignment.
The evaluation system of the Master of Applied Languages is based on continuous assessment. Each subject comprises activities and assignments which candidates will submit during the semester. Active participation in the virtual campus is also taken into account. The number of activities and tasks for each subject varies. The points and percentages awarded to each activity may also vary but no activity will exceed 50% of the overall mark. The points and percentages of each activity and task are published in the virtual campus. Finally, the teacher will supply some feedback on the activities submitted within 15 days after submission.
Students will have to sit for an identity authentication test for each subject in which they are enrolled, on the days announced at the beginning of the semester. Students can take this text either face-to-face at the UdL, or accessing the videoconference systems used by the University.