English (be it British or American English) is the international language of science, diplomacy and business. Furthermore, English literature takes an important place in world literature. When you study English Language and Culture at Radboud University, you dive into an extremely versatile field of study that opens a whole world for you.English Language and Culture has two tracks: English Language and Culture and American Studies.English? You already know the language, right? But do you then also know whether ‘cough’ rhymes with ‘dough’, ‘though’, ‘plough’ or ‘enough’? And if an Englishman is really interested when he says: “that’s interesting”? Understanding English down to the last detail does not only entail your knowledge about pronunciation and grammar, but also means understanding the culture. That is why, besides writing and speaking English, English Language and Culture also focuses on the rich history, culture and literature of Great Britain and typical British habits. Are you interested in English language and culture? Do you want to understand why Europe is worried about the ‘Brexit’? Are you curious to know how the English language has evolved throughout the centuries? And would you like to do more with English language and culture than just read British books and watch television series and films? Then this Bachelor’s programme fits you perfectly!A challenging and exciting programme that brings together the study of language, culture, literature, society and historyFull immersion in English, with a strong focus on language acquisition courses throughout the programmeA dynamic international teaching staff who are either native speakers or near-native speakers of English and who are leading scholars in the field of English Language and CultureThe opportunity to study abroad or do an internshipA personal approachStudy at the best traditional university in the Netherlands
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- Full Time
High School Diploma which is equivalent to or higher than Dutch VWO level, according to NUFFIC.
EU/EEA, Swiss or Surinamese students who have not yet obtained a Bachelor’s degree in the Netherlands need to pay legal fee (€2,314) . When you first enrol in your Bachelor’s studies, you will need to pay half of the tuition fees for the first year. There are some exceptions to these conditions. If you do not meet the above conditions and are from an EEA country, you qualify for the EEA institutional tuition fee of €8,692.Deadline: 1 July for EU/EEA students without housing assistance.
- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning