Language Studies degrees focus on two main aspects: the first is teaching students at least one foreign language, like English, German, French, Spanish, etc. The second is exploring the structure and functions of language and communication and their impact on human societies. Future graduates develop communication, analytical and research skills and find work as translators, interpreters, copywriters, editors, journalists, teachers, etc.Read more about studying a Language Studies degree
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Norway is a paradise for anyone who wants to study abroad for free. Public universities don’t charge any tuition fees. This policy applies to all international students, regardless of their nationality. The academic standard is very high, and professors are easy to approach, always willing to go the extra mile for their students. Additionally, classes are organised in small groups, which further improves learning and cooperation. You can choose from a wide range of English-taught programmes, and you don’t need to worry about language barriers outside of classes either, because most Norwegians speak English as a second language. Internationals should find it easy to adapt to Norway’s society, which is based on equality and fair opportunities — reflected both in the legal system and in people’s behaviour.Read more about studying abroad in Norway
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