Academic Degree
Bachelor (Bologna 1st cycle degree)
General Objectives
A degree in Languages, Literatures and Cultures aims to:
1. Ensure the university education in languages​​, literatures and cultures.
2. Develop and strengthen specific skills, focusing on the broad scope of humanistic culture, emphasizing the interdisciplinary intersection and fostering intercultural dialogue.
3. Provide the graduates with key tools of reflection and analysis to enable them, in the particular area of ​​their field of study, to research and select information in a journey aimed to achieve autonomous learning.
4. Provide for further education at the level of postgraduate training, according to the different fields of research and specialization.
5. With the exception of the specificity of each route, think of employability and participation in the job market for future graduates.
CNAEF Classification
Foreign Languages ​​and Literatures
(222) Portaria n.º 256/2005 [PT]
Study Programme/Publication in the Portuguese Official Gazette
Schedule
Weekly: Daytime
Duration
6 semesters
ECTS
180
Requirements and Regulations
Career Opportunities
This course promotes integration in the labor market in activities related to culture, international cooperation and foreign languages.
It also provides basic skills to access second cycles (Master degrees) studies, both in terms of teaching courses and in terms of other broad areas of languages, literatures and cultures.
More specifically, the degree in Languages , Literatures and Cultures gives access to the following second cycle courses (Master) at UTAD: Communication Sciences, Culture Sciences, Educational Sciences, Teaching English in the 1st cycle of primary school education.
The degree in Languages, Literatures and Cultures opens up professional prospects not only in the area of scientific research, but also in the fields of culture, communication, international relations, tourism, text editing, human resources and cultural activities.
Graduate Profile
This degree in Languages, Literatures and Cultures is especially suitable for people who value the intercultural contact and recognize languages ​​and literatures as knowledge factors, able to open better prospects in the context of globalization.
The graduate will have a solid background in languages, literatures and cultures, being able to:
- Develop and enhance specific skills, focusing on the broad scope of humanistic culture, emphasizing the interdisciplinary intersection and fostering intercultural dialogue;
- Use basic tools of reflection and analysis in the particular area of ​​the field of study, research and select information;
- Provide for further education pursuing studies at the level of postgraduate training, oriented towards areas of research and expertise, and for teaching in Primary and Secondary Schools.
Entities to Practice
The graduates will be able to perform duties in various sectors, particularly in culture and administration services, corporate communication, research and education.
DGES Code
9204 (See more information) [PT]
Vacancies
35
Admission Requirements
Regional Preference:
not applicable

Prerequisites:
not required
Admission Tests
One of the following tests: 05 Espanhol; 13 Inglês; 15 English Literature; 18 Portuguese
Minimum Classification
Entrance Testing: 95 (scale of 0-200)
Application Note: 95 (scale of 0-200)
Lowest Admission Grade (1st phase)
2019: 128,4
2018: 127,8
2017: 128,3
Calculation of the Grades
Middle of Secondary: 65%
Entrance Examinations: 35%
Resolution Date
03-10-2018
A3ES Deliberation
Registry Date
08-05-2012
Accreditation Validity
03-10-2021