The School of Sciences and Humanities’ Bachelor of Arts in Language, Linguistics, and Literature at Nazarbayev University is an applied degree, so it equips students with real-world skills for applying linguistics, language, and literature in their chosen careers.
Enrolled students can choose one of the following four languages, cultures, and histories as their focus: Mandarin Chinese, French, Spanish, and German.
The program’s curriculum also includes the literature of Japan, language processing and production in the brain, and changes and variations through time and space. Additionally, students are molded to be creative writers, communicators, and experts in language, culture, poetry, and literature.
In the B.A. in Language, Linguistics, and Literature program, students are required to choose from three areas of specialization: World literature, Language Acquisition, and Linguistics.
The curriculum of the three areas of specialization are related and have courses in common that students must take.
Campus: Astana, Kazakhstan
Delivery mode: Full-time, on-campus
Duration: 4 years
Total ECTS credit: 240
Graduates of the B.A. in World Languages, Literature and Culture degree from Nazarbayev University can pursue careers in the following areas:
The University of Wisconsin-Madison.