The School of Language, Translation and Literary Studies comprises a range of academic disciplines including Finnish, Swedish, foreign languages, translation and interpreting, and literary studies. Research in all of these fields, each of which offers a range of doctoral-level specializations, is coordinated by the Plural Centre for Language and Translation Studies.
The School grants
degrees in the Humanities. The basic degrees are the Bachelor of
Arts degree, which is a lower university degree, and the Master of Arts degree,
which is a higher university degree. The postgraduate degrees are the
Licentiate of Philosophy degree (filosofian lisensiaatti in Finnish) and
the Doctor of Philosophy degree.
The School has extensive international contacts, including bilateral Socrates/Erasmus agreements with around 70 European universities.
Click here to see a list of our Erasmus partner universities.