If you have a passion for languages this programme is for you!
The programme is offered with two language combinations: English/German for students whose native language is Danish, and English/Danish for students who do not have Danish as their native language. Students who choose the English/Danish track need to master German at a high level, since some courses are taught in German and students are expected to be able to translate into German.
People, culture, and languages
The BA in Modern Languages and Intercultural Communication is the right choice for you if you want to work with people, culture, languages, language teaching, and intercultural communication.
The programme will train theoretical and practical aspects of language and provide you with the tools for solving language and communication problems in businesses and organizations as well as for teaching foreign languages to adults.
The programme is offered by the University of Southern Denmark in collaboration with the University of Flensburg. This means that you will study in an intercultural environment in which teachers as well as students are of different nationalities. In addition to Danish students, students come from Germany, in particular. Speaking your foreign languages will therefore be part of your everyday life on campus.
The 4th semester is reserved for study abroad and/or internships.
Bachelor and Master
With a BA in Modern Languages and Intercultural Communication you are eligible to apply for a wide range of MA programmes in the areas of culture, communication and language.
- Application deadline for non-EU/EEA citizens: February 1
- Application deadline for EU/EEA and Swiss citizens: March 15
- Notification of acceptance: mid-July (for applicants with no/limited knowledge of Danish); end of July (all other applicants)
- Danish intensive course for applicants with no/limited knowledge of the language: starts first week in August (see entry requirements)
- Programme start: September 1