4000 students, 11 BA degree programs, 20 MA degree programs and 31 language combinations make the Foreign Languages and Literatures (FLLS), one of the largest and most important faculties within the University of Bucharest, with a rich tradition in teaching foreign languages and literatures, being the only one Romania where more than 35 foreign languages are taught.

We offer several BA and MA Degree Programs in Humanities: BA in Language and Literature, Applied Modern Languages and Cultural Studies, as well as MA in Philology, Cultural Studies and Educational Sciences.

♦ LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
This study area comprises two major study programs, Modern Language and Literature* – Modern Language and Literature** / Latin Language and Literature / Romanian Language and Literature and Classical Philology (Latin Language and Literature – Ancient Greek Language and Literature).

* Arabic/ Bulgarian/ Chinese/ Croatian/ Czech/ Dutch/ English/ French/ German/ Hungarian/ Italian/ Japanese/ Modern Greek/ Polish/ Portuguese/ Romani/ Russian/ Serbian/ Slovak/ Spanish/ Swedish/ Turkish/ Ukrainian

** Catalan/ Dutch/ English/ French/ German/ Hindi/ Italian/ Korean/ Latin / Persian/ Portuguese/ Romanian/ Russian/ Spanish/ Swedish /

Students may choose a combination of two different languages such as, for instance, Arabic Language and Literature – English Language and Literature, French Language and Literature – Latin Language and Literature, Ukrainian Language and Literature – French Language and Literature.

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♦ APPLIED MODERN LANGUAGES
This study area comprises Applied Modern Languages and Translation and Interpretation.

Students of Applied Modern Languages study English and one of the following languages: Czech; Croatian; French; German; Italian; Polish; Spanish; Russian; Slovak.

Students of Translation and Interpretation choose a combination of two of the following languages: English; French; German; Italian; Spanish; Russian, as well as a third language from Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, French, Hungarian, Dutch, Modern Greek, Polish, Portuguese, Slovak, Slovenian and Swedish, depending on the current offer.

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♦ CULTURAL STUDIES
This study area comprises American Studies and Jewish Studies. In each case, students choose one of the following complementary specializations: Catalan/ Dutch/ English/ French/ German/ Hindi/ Italian/ Korean/ Latin / Persian/ Portuguese/ Romanian/ Russian/ Spanish/ Swedish.

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♦ PHILOLOGY

This area of study comprises the following professional MA programs:

American Studies
Applied Russian Language. Translation Techniques
British Cultural Studies
Culture and Language of European Organizations
Digital Humanities
East-Asian Studies
English Linguistics. Methods and Applications
European Master in Conference Interpreting
French and Francophone Studies
Intercultural Literary and Linguistic Communication Strategies
Islamic Area: Societies, Cultures, Mentalities
Latin-Romance Translation Studies
Master in Hispanic Studies / Máster de estudios hispánicos
Specialized Translation and Studies in Terminology
Translation of the Contemporary Literary Text

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♦ CULTURAL STUDIES

This area of study comprises two MA programs, Slavic Cultural Studies: Russia and Slavic Countries of Central and Eastern Europe and Religious Studies. Texts and Traditions.

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