This interdisciplinary programme at the Estonian Institute of Humanities integrates Comparative Literature and Cultural Semiotics. The curriculum is run in co-operation with colleagues from the Baltic Film and Media School, the Institute of Estonian Language and Literature, the Institute of Germanic and Romance Languages and Cultures, and the Institute of Slavonic Languages and Cultures. It benefits from close connections with the Estonian Semiotics Repository, including the archives of Juri Lotman, the collection that offers unique opportunities for research.
The entrance examination for the Cultural Semiotics and Comparative Literature programme is in the format of an interview that aims to get to know the applicants, their motivation and eligibility. Part of the interview will focus on the applicant’s projected master’s thesis. If an applicant has a significant problem in travelling to Tallinn for the interview, an alternative form of interview can be agreed upon. Scholarships (4) will be awarded based on the entrance interview results. Minimum English language requirement for Comparative Literature and Cultural Semiotics programme is C1 (IELTS 6,5). Learn more from our website: www.tlu.ee/studies
Recipient: Tallinn University
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