Degree Programmes Offered.

Knowledge branch: Arts and humanities

Taught at: Faculty of Philology, Translation and Communication

Undergraduate degree website:

Credits: 240

Core subjects: 60

Compulsory subjects: 162

Optional subjects: 6

External placements: 6 included in Opt.S.

Degree final project 12

Degree code: 1008

Classes: face-to-face

Years: 4

1st year available places
[2022-2023 academic year]:

Price per credit
[2021-2022 academic year]:
0 €

Regulated professions for which the degree certificate qualifies: Not applicable

Languages used in class: German, English, Spanish, Italian, Valencian, French

Minimum number of enrolment credits per student: 24 ECTS part-time/ 36 ECTS full time

Degree Academic Committee President (CAT): Amparo Ricós Vidal

Degree coordinator Inés Rodríguez Gómez

External placements coordinator: Raquel Vicente Díaz (alemany)/ Begoña Pozo Sánchez (italià)/ Noelia Micó Romero (francès)

Mobility coordinator Ignacio Ramos Gay/ Isabel Gutiérrez Koster

Academic, scientific or professional interest:

The Degree in Modern Languages and Literatures provides students with knowledge of two languages and their respective literatures. In a society such as the European one, more and more integrated and interactive, students will learn how to answer the communicative needs generated by multicultural and plurilingual contexts. Furthermore, they will acquire the technical skills necessary to allow them to be recognized as language professionals in fields such as translation.

Worth Noting:

The degree allows the student to improve their knowledge of two languages at differing levels. Studying one of the languages requires a larger commitment and when the student has finished, they obtain a major (or primary academic pathway). With regard to the other language, a supplementary teaching or minor programme is offered (secondary academic pathway).

It is understood that language B is the student’s first option and constitutes the major (Italian, French or German). Language C is the second language that is chosen, and the studies of which will provide the student with a minor (Italian, French, German, Chinese, Arabic, Portuguese, English, Spanish or Catalan). Aside from the aforementioned, the last two languages are considered as “A” Languages, and they constitute the aim of study of the compulsory subjects.

The final project will be based on language B (the one the student has taken the major in), or on literature written in that language.