English (one year programme)

English (one year programme)

Do you want outstanding University results and a competitive CV?  Strong language skills are decisive, both within higher education and the labour market. We encounter English at work, school and in the media.  Development of English language skills - the world's lingua franca - is a must for communicating effectively in our increasingly globalised society.  English Studies provides a perfect foundation for any student or professional wishing to develop strong communication skills, and a great specialisation for teachers.  The programme includes a study trip to York and the opportunity for students to be better aquainted with both English language and culture.

NB: This programme is not open for international applications 2017-2018.

English One Year Programme

ECTS Credits 60
Study level One year programme
Start semester Autumn 2016
Teaching language English
Faculty The Faculty of Education and Arts
Campus Bodø
Application deadline 4/15/2016

Job opportunities

The package can be incorporated into full degree Bachelor programmes. It also facilitates professional language and communication development for professionals working across a range of fields in both the public and private sectors, including communication, tourism, culture, education and social work.

Further education

Engelsk årsstudium gir grunnlag for å fortsette med engelskstudier på høyere nivå ved Nord eller andre universiteter som tilbyr dette.

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Overview

Study plan

Learning outcomes

Knowledge

Students shall:

  • have foundational knowledge of the sound structures, word patterns, and grammatical structure of the English language as well as insight into the cultural conventions for its use
  • have knowledge of English as a world language and its developing role as a contact language for people from different countries and cultures, as well as its importance in internationalization in education and the workplace
  • have knowledge of and can distinguish between literary genres, as well as conventions of academic writing, including responsible use of secondary sources and research ethics
  • have knowledge and understanding of English in a holistic, cultural context
  • have insight into the possibilities for the subject's role in developing interpersonal communication, values, respect, and tolerance
  • have knowledge of strategies for textual, linguistic, cultural, and analytical approaches to literature and other texts
  • have knowledge of modern literary theory
  • have knowledge leading to personal and academic maturation
  • have increased knowledge and understanding of language as a phenomenon

Skills

Students

  • have the ability and expertise to further their professional development in English within our present academic structure
  • can analyze and write research-based articles on literary texts, and also apply precise and customized concepts in working with texts
  • can explore society, history, and expressions of English-speaking countries
  • can use both oral and written English functionally and confidently

 

General kompetence

Students

  • can convey relevant subject matter in English in an appropriate way
  • can reflect on their own learning
  • can work independently and with others

Job opportunities

The package can be incorporated into full degree Bachelor programmes. It also facilitates professional language and communication development for professionals working across a range of fields in both the public and private sectors, including communication, tourism, culture, education and social work.

Further education

Engelsk årsstudium gir grunnlag for å fortsette med engelskstudier på høyere nivå ved Nord eller andre universiteter som tilbyr dette.

Costs

No specific costs other than semester registration fee and course literature.

Specific arrangements for recognition of prior learning

If the applicant does not fulfill the requirements for the Higher Education Entrance Qualification but has experience-based competence relevent to the field of study, he or she may apply for recognition of this competence in order to fulfill the admission requirements.

 

General arrangements for recognition of prior learning

Examination regulations, assessment and grading

The Norwegian system for grading and assessment using the letter grades A - F, in which A denotes the best/highest grade and F denotes "not passed". Grades can also be awarded as "passed", "not passed", "approved" and "not approved".

 

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Assessment methods

Compound assessment, written school examination, written home examination, portfolio, oral examination, participation.

Programme evaluation

The programme is evaluated via student questionnaire, as well as by the programme director. The evaluations form a part of the University's quality assurance system.

Qualifications requirements and regulations