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World Language Programme

14 April 2016

The University College Groningen is proud to announce the launch of its World Language Programme in collaboration with the Confucius Institute, The Institute of Middle-East Studies and the Department of European Languages and Cultures.

This programme allows interested UCG students to take as an elective course either Dutch, Chinese, Arabic or Spanish during 3 years as part of their Liberal Arts and Sciences Bachelor programme (for a total of 7,5 ECTS). Interested students may broaden their language programme with additional academic assignments for extra credits.

The language courses will be offered to students by qualified language teachers from three participating institutions.

For more information, you can contact prof. dr. B.P. van Heusden at b.p.van.heusen@rug.nl

The World Language Programme will start again at the beginning of the academic year.
The World Language Programme will start again at the beginning of the academic year.
Last modified:05 July 2017 11.14 a.m.

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