M.A. IN GERMAN STUDIES (Translation)

University of Mumbai
In Mumbai

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Typology Master
Location Mumbai
  • Master
  • Mumbai


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Registrar University of Mumbai M.G. Road Fort, 400032, Maharashtra, India
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Registrar University of Mumbai M.G. Road Fort, 400032, Maharashtra, India
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· Requirements

Students seeking admission to M. A. should have completed their B.A. in German. However under the O.2237 graduates from the University of Mumbai in any faculty who have studied German earlier may be recommended by the Department for admission to the M.A. course after they have undergone an Entrance test and have been found suitable.


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Course programme

The University of Mumbai offers M.A. IN GERMAN STUDIES (Translation) to its students. The course structure for it is as follows:

The course shall comprise of papers in German literature, theory of literature, linguistics & stylistics, European cultural history, cultural studies, didactics, theory and methodology of translation, literary translation, research methodology, concepts of philosophy and schools of thought.
Students opting for the M.A. in German Studies (Translation) programme shall also have core courses on Business & Commercial Translation, Scientific & Technical Translation & Interpretation. Copies of latest curriculum may be procured from the office.

The course aims to impart quality education in all fields: German language, literature, culture, translation & intercultural studies. The academic curriculum of advanced courses is supplemented by numerous seminars on literature, intercultural hermeneutics, linguistics, translation, philosophy, aesthetics etc.

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