Admissions at the Department of Modern Languages
Our courses and programmes
We offer more than 150 freestanding courses in 16 languages as well as 3 master’s programmes. The department is also responsible for modules in the Master's Programme in Russian and Eurasian Studies offered at the Institute for Russian and Eurasian Studies. The department’s languages are additionally taught in the Bachelor's Programme in Languages, the Upper Secondary School Teacher Education Programme and the Bachelor's Programme in Business and Economics. These are all first-cycle programmes. Only a limited number of courses and programmes are offered in English.
Courses and programmes in 16 languages
A moderna language is, simply put, one that is spoken and in use today. At the Department of Modern Languages we offer courses and programmes in 16 such languages. At second cycle level you can chose to specialise in a specific language group.
As a student at the Department of Modern Languages you have the opportunity to spend some time abroad. Both as part of our own courses and as an exchange student.
Take the opportunity to study abroad during your university time.
Contact the study counsellor if you have questions about your studies or study-related concerns or problems. The study counsellor can issue certificates and manage some registrations and deregistrations. The study counsellor is also the department’s contact person for disabled students.
Contact our study counsellor
Because of the Covid pandemic the study counselling has no physical opening hours for the time being. You are welcome to contact us by e-mail or phone.
Phone: +46 (0)18-471 14 31
- Mondays 09:00–10:00, 14:30–15:30
- Tuesdays 09:00–10:00, 14:30–15:30
- Wednesdays 09:00–10:00, 14:30–15:30
- Thursdays 09:00–10:00, 14:30–15:30
- Fridays 09:00–10:00
You can contact Uppsala University’s Study Counsellors and Career Office for more general questions about the programmes and courses offered by the university, to discuss your studies, future career and employment opportunities, as well as for questions regarding university rules and regulations, admission requirements and degree requirements.