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Studying multilingualism

24 September 2014

The University of Groningen recently introduced a new international Master’s degree programme: Multilingualism. The programme focuses on studying multilingualism in all its aspects. The Master’s is given at a special location, in Leeuwarden. University Campus Fryslân is home to the programme which is partially financed by the Province of Friesland.

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