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Study programmes 2013-2014Last update : 21/04/2014

Faculty of Philosophy and Letters
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One-year preliminary programme leading to the Master in Linguistics
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Credits

A single year

Optional courses

Choose a program depending on your former training

Program for students with the following diplomas: AESI French, French as a foreign language, AESI French - Social Studies, AESI French - Religion

LROM0111-2

History of Romance languages, and especially history of the French language - François Provenzano
Q1
30
15
-
4

LROM0121-1

Historical linguistics of the French language 2 : historical morphology and history of the French language (in-depth approach) - Marie-Guy Boutier
TA
45
-
-
4

LROM0044-1

French phonology and morphosyntax - Nicolas Mazziotta
TA
15
15
-
4

LROM0122-1

Introduction to medieval French texts, including philological methods - Nadine Henrard
TA
30
15
-
5

LROM0006-1

Commentary on French Authors from 1350 to 1600 (in-depth approach) - Nadine Henrard
TA
15
30
-
4

LROM0017-1

History of French literature in the 17th and 18th centuries, with an introduction to the methodology of literary history - Françoise Tilkin
TA
45
-
-
5

LROM0013-2

In-depth history of 19 to 21C French literature - Benoît Denis
Q2
45
-
-
4

LROM0110-1

Theories and literary criticism - Jean-Pierre Bertrand
Q1
30
-
-
3

Choose one of the following courses :

LCLA0018-1

Introduction to Latin - Etienne Famerie
TA
30
60
-
5

LCLA0068-1

Latin authors 1 - Bruno Rochette
TA
45
-
-
5

Choose one of the following languages :

Spanish Language

LROM0065-3

Spanish 1 (spanish language) - Kristine Vanden Berghe
TA
30
60
-
9

LROM0028-2

Spanish 2 (spanish language) - Alfredo Segura Tornero

30
45
-
8

Italian Language

LROM0066-3

Italian 1 (italian language) - Paola Moreno
TA
30
60
-
9

LROM0031-2

Italian 2 (italian language) - Paola Moreno
TA
30
45
-
8

Program for students with the following diplomas: AESI in Germanic languages

LGER0091-1

Literary theory : introduction - Erik Spinoy
Q2
30
-
-
4

LING0009-1

Typology of languages and language universals - Michel Kefer
TA
30
-
-
4

Choose 2 groups of Germanic languages among the following :

Notice Stuents must maintain the same language as specified on the diploma.

German Section

LGER0075-1

German language 3 (german language) - Robert Möller
Q1
30
-
-
4

LGER0086-1

German linguistics 2 (german language) - Michel Kefer
Q2
30
-
-
4

LGER0076-1

Study of German literary modern texts 3 (german language) - Vera Viehöver
Q1
30
-
-
4

LGER0077-1

Study of German literary modern texts 4 (german language) - Louis Gerrekens
Q2
30
-
-
4

GERM0065-1

History of German literature 3 (german language) - Vera Viehöver
Q2
30
-
-
4

Choose one of the following courses :

GERM0067-1

History of German language (german language) - Robert Möller
Q2
30
-
-
4

GERM0009-1

History of German Literature 2 (german language) - Vera Viehöver
Q1
30
-
-
4

English Section

LGER0078-1

English language 3 (english language) - Archibal Michiels
Q1
30
-
-
4

LGER0087-1

English Linguistics 2 (english language) - Archibal Michiels
Q2
30
-
-
4

LGER0079-1

Studies of English literary modern texts 3 (english language) - Christine Pagnoulle
Q1
30
-
-
4

LGER0080-1

Studies of English literary modern texts 4 (english language) - Marc Delrez - Suppl : Delphine Munos
Q2
30
-
-
4

GERM0064-1

History of English literature 3 (english language) - Michel Delville
Q2
30
-
-
4

Choose one of the following courses :

GERM0068-1

History of English language (english language) - Lieselotte Brems
Q1
30
-
-
4

GERM0011-1

History of English Literature 2 (english language) - Marc Delrez
Q1
30
-
-
4

Dutch Section

LGER0088-1

Dutch Language 3 (dutch language) - Julien Perrez
Q1
30
-
-
4

LGER0089-1

Dutch linguistics 2 (dutch language) - Julien Perrez
Q2
30
-
-
4

LGER0081-1

Study of Modern Dutch Literature 3 (dutch language) - Kris Steyaert
Q1
30
-
-
4

LGER0082-1

Study of Modern Dutch Literary Texts 4 (dutch language) - Erik Spinoy
Q2
30
-
-
4

GERM0066-1

History of Dutch Literature 3 (dutch language) - Erik Spinoy
Q2
30
-
-
4

Choose one of the following courses :

GERM0069-1

History of Dutch language (dutch language) - Guy Janssens
Q2
30
-
-
4

GERM0013-1

History of Dutch Literature 2 (dutch language) - Erik Spinoy
Q1
30
-
-
4

Program for students with a bachelors degree in translation and interpreting (for the languages concerned)

LGER0091-1

Literary theory : introduction - Erik Spinoy
Q2
30
-
-
4

Choose one of the following courses :

LING0009-1

Typology of languages and language universals - Michel Kefer
TA
30
-
-
4

LROM0024-1

Introduction to general linguistics and semiology - François Provenzano
Q1
30
-
-
4

Choose 2 groups of Germanic languages among the following :

Notice Stuents must maintain the same language as specified on the diploma.

German Section

LGER0075-1

German language 3 (german language) - Robert Möller
Q1
30
-
-
4

LGER0086-1

German linguistics 2 (german language) - Michel Kefer
Q2
30
-
-
4

LGER0076-1

Study of German literary modern texts 3 (german language) - Vera Viehöver
Q1
30
-
-
4

LGER0077-1

Study of German literary modern texts 4 (german language) - Louis Gerrekens
Q2
30
-
-
4

GERM0065-1

History of German literature 3 (german language) - Vera Viehöver
Q2
30
-
-
4

Choose one of the following courses :

GERM0067-1

History of German language (german language) - Robert Möller
Q2
30
-
-
4

GERM0009-1

History of German Literature 2 (german language) - Vera Viehöver
Q1
30
-
-
4

English Section

LGER0078-1

English language 3 (english language) - Archibal Michiels
Q1
30
-
-
4

LGER0087-1

English Linguistics 2 (english language) - Archibal Michiels
Q2
30
-
-
4

LGER0079-1

Studies of English literary modern texts 3 (english language) - Christine Pagnoulle
Q1
30
-
-
4

LGER0080-1

Studies of English literary modern texts 4 (english language) - Marc Delrez - Suppl : Delphine Munos
Q2
30
-
-
4

GERM0064-1

History of English literature 3 (english language) - Michel Delville
Q2
30
-
-
4

Choose one of the following courses :

GERM0068-1

History of English language (english language) - Lieselotte Brems
Q1
30
-
-
4

GERM0011-1

History of English Literature 2 (english language) - Marc Delrez
Q1
30
-
-
4

Dutch Section

LGER0088-1

Dutch Language 3 (dutch language) - Julien Perrez
Q1
30
-
-
4

LGER0089-1

Dutch linguistics 2 (dutch language) - Julien Perrez
Q2
30
-
-
4

LGER0081-1

Study of Modern Dutch Literature 3 (dutch language) - Kris Steyaert
Q1
30
-
-
4

LGER0082-1

Study of Modern Dutch Literary Texts 4 (dutch language) - Erik Spinoy
Q2
30
-
-
4

GERM0066-1

History of Dutch Literature 3 (dutch language) - Erik Spinoy
Q2
30
-
-
4

Choose one of the following courses :

GERM0069-1

History of Dutch language (dutch language) - Guy Janssens
Q2
30
-
-
4

GERM0013-1

History of Dutch Literature 2 (dutch language) - Erik Spinoy
Q1
30
-
-
4

Programme for the holders of a Bachelor's degree in Translation and Interpreting (for the languages concerned)

German Languages

Choose a group of Germanic languages among the following :

Notice Students must keep the same language choice mentioned on their qualification.

German Section

LGER0075-1

German language 3 (german language) - Robert Möller
Q1
30
-
-
4

LGER0086-1

German linguistics 2 (german language) - Michel Kefer
Q2
30
-
-
4

LGER0076-1

Study of German literary modern texts 3 (german language) - Vera Viehöver
Q1
30
-
-
4

LGER0077-1

Study of German literary modern texts 4 (german language) - Louis Gerrekens
Q2
30
-
-
4

GERM0065-1

History of German literature 3 (german language) - Vera Viehöver
Q2
30
-
-
4

Choose one of the following courses :

GERM0009-1

History of German Literature 2 (german language) - Vera Viehöver
Q1
30
-
-
4

GERM0067-1

History of German language (german language) - Robert Möller
Q2
30
-
-
4

GERM0067-1

History of German language (german language) - Robert Möller
Q2
30
-
-
4

GERM0009-1

History of German Literature 2 (german language) - Vera Viehöver
Q1
30
-
-
4

English Section

LGER0078-1

English language 3 (english language) - Archibal Michiels
Q1
30
-
-
4

LGER0087-1

English Linguistics 2 (english language) - Archibal Michiels
Q2
30
-
-
4

LGER0079-1

Studies of English literary modern texts 3 (english language) - Christine Pagnoulle
Q1
30
-
-
4

LGER0080-1

Studies of English literary modern texts 4 (english language) - Marc Delrez - Suppl : Delphine Munos
Q2
30
-
-
4

GERM0064-1

History of English literature 3 (english language) - Michel Delville
Q2
30
-
-
4

Choose one of the following courses :

GERM0068-1

History of English language (english language) - Lieselotte Brems
Q1
30
-
-
4

GERM0011-1

History of English Literature 2 (english language) - Marc Delrez
Q1
30
-
-
4

Dutch Section

LGER0088-1

Dutch Language 3 (dutch language) - Julien Perrez
Q1
30
-
-
4

LGER0089-1

Dutch linguistics 2 (dutch language) - Julien Perrez
Q2
30
-
-
4

LGER0081-1

Study of Modern Dutch Literature 3 (dutch language) - Kris Steyaert
Q1
30
-
-
4

LGER0082-1

Study of Modern Dutch Literary Texts 4 (dutch language) - Erik Spinoy
Q2
30
-
-
4

GERM0066-1

History of Dutch Literature 3 (dutch language) - Erik Spinoy
Q2
30
-
-
4

Choose one of the following courses :

GERM0013-1

History of Dutch Literature 2 (dutch language) - Erik Spinoy
Q1
30
-
-
4

GERM0069-1

History of Dutch language (dutch language) - Guy Janssens
Q2
30
-
-
4

Arabic and Romance Languages

Choose a group of Romance or Arabic languages among the following :

Notice Students must keep the same language choice mentioned on their qualification.

Italian Section

LROM0037-1

Italian linguistics (italian language) - Paola Moreno
Q1
30
-
-
4

LROM0116-1

Stylistics and criticism in modern Italian (italian language) - Luciano Curreri
Q2
30
-
-
4

LROM0182-1

History of Italian literature : from the Baroque period to the 20th century - Luciano Curreri
Q2
30
-
-
4

LROM0060-1

Commentary on Italian authors (italian language) - Paola Moreno
Q2
30
-
-
4

LROM0038-1

Comparative grammar of Romance languages - Pierre Swiggers

30
-
-
4

Choose one of the following courses :

LROM0114-1

Study of Modern Italian literary texts 2 (italian language) - Luciano Curreri
Q1
30
-
-
4

LROM0104-1

Theory and literary criticism : poetic questions - Luciano Curreri
Q1
30
-
-
4

Spanish Section

LROM0118-1

Stylistics and criticism in modern Spanish - Alvaro Ceballos Viro
Q2
30
-
-
4

LROM0036-1

Spanish linguistics (spanish language) - Alfredo Segura Tornero
Q1
30
-
-
4

LROM0059-1

Commentary on Spanish authors (spanish language) - Alvaro Ceballos Viro
Q1
30
-
-
4

LROM0101-1

Hispanic cultures (spanish language) - Kristine Vanden Berghe
Q2
30
-
-
4

LROM0038-1

Comparative grammar of Romance languages - Pierre Swiggers

30
-
-
4

Choose one of the following courses :

LROM0115-1

Spanish-American literary texts studies - Kristine Vanden Berghe
Q1
30
-
-
4

LROM0020-1

Spanish-American literature history (spanish language) - Kristine Vanden Berghe
Q2
30
-
-
4

Arab Section

LLOR0097-1

Arabic 3 - Frédéric Bauden
TA
30
90
-
15

LLOR0044-1

Spoken Arabic 2 - Frédéric Bauden
Q1
30
-
-
5

LLOR0049-1

Old History of the Asian Near-East - Laurent Colonna d'Istria
Q2
30
-
-
4

GEOG0601-1

Middle East Geography - André Ozer (Odd years)

15
15
-
4

HIST0072-1

History and civilization of the Arab world 2 - Frédéric Bauden (Even years)
Q1
30
-
-
4

Choose one of the following courses :

LGER0091-1

Literary theory : introduction - Erik Spinoy
Q2
30
-
-
4

LROM0110-1

Theories and literary criticism - Jean-Pierre Bertrand
Q1
30
-
-
4

Choose one of the following courses :

LING0009-1

Typology of languages and language universals - Michel Kefer
TA
30
-
-
4

LROM0024-1

Introduction to general linguistics and semiology - François Provenzano
Q1
30
-
-
4

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