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  Near Eastern Languages (Master’s of Arts Degree awarded by University of Navarra)


Polis - The Jerusalem Institute of Languages and Humanities    Institute of Languages and Humanities

Full time August MA 2 years
Linguistics & Classics (23)

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The Near Eastern Languages programme at the Polis Institute offers an immersive and intensive academic experience for students interested in the ancient and contemporary Near East. With a focus on Arabic and Hebrew languages, as well as history, philosophy, and literature, this two-year Master's programme equips students with the skills to read narrative texts without a dictionary and prepares them for careers in Semitic philology, journalism, and language teaching. A unique feature of the programme is the opportunity to be streamed into the one-year Emphasis in Teaching Ancient & Modern Languages track, which provides hands-on teaching experience. Scholarships are available, and a Certificate of Completion is awarded for the one-year programme. Entry requirements include a Bachelor's degree and fluency in English. Discover more about this exciting programme by requesting more information from the Polis Institute.

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Introduction

The Two-Year Academic Program in Near Eastern Languages consists of intensive and full immersion modern and ancient language courses in Arabic and Hebrew as well as courses in history, philosophy, and literature of the ancient and contemporary Near East. Some of these courses are taught in either Arabic or Hebrew.  Students will gain the ability to read moderately difficult narrative texts without the need of a dictionary/translation, save for rare occasions.

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Entry Requirements

A Bachelor's degree or equivalent from a recognized university is required.
Students are expected to be fluent in English.


Fees

ILS 33,000 / year

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