The Undergraduate Studies Programme of the Department of Foreign Languages, Translation and Interpreting (DFLTI) consists of lectures and applied courses. The programme offers a wide spectrum of both compulsory and elective courses.
DFLTI’s Undergraduate Programme is firmly based on the assertion that academic teaching should not be a pre-packaged offering. Its scope should be a process assisting students in developing critical thinking.
Wide range of courses
The courses offered cover a wide range of subjects. Students can pick and choose each semester courses, hence forming their own curriculum.
The Program’s courses can be categorized as:
- Lectures: These provide the required Translation or Interpreting theoretical background.
- Practical courses: These are translation and interpreting courses aiming at familiarizing students with the particulars and the demands of professional of each domain.
- Third foreign language courses: These are offered without ECTS credits and can be chosen by students who wish to learn an additional (third) foreign language. Current offerings include Spanish, Italian, and Turkish.
- Seminars: These offerings do not award any ECTS credits and are offered to students who wish to broaden their knowledge in specific scientific subjects.