|Institution:||Hebrew University of Jerusalem|
|Contact Person:||Eran Cohen , PhD|
|Other Program Specialties:||Languages taught: Amharic, Old Babylonian Akkadian, Old Ethiopic (Geez), Neo-Aramaic; Coptic, Egyptian; Dutch, Gothic, Old-Icelandic, Old-English, Yiddish; Neo-Greek; Polish, Old Church Slavonic; Lithuanian; Welsh, Irish; Japanese;|
|Program Size:||Large (over 25 students)|
Undergraduate studies are made up as follows: 1. a theoretical part, taking about a third of the time, in which the tool employed for linguistic analysis is acquired, as well as various issues of general linguistic nature; 2. the concrete part, taking about two thirds of the time, where students cope with several languages, learning each for at least two years. The languages studied are grouped either genetically, typlogically or areally. The students are expected to submit a research paper by the end of their BA, which is a linguistic statement, referring to a concrete linguistic corpus.
Graduate programs (MA and PhD) are possible as well.
|Available Financial Aid:||Based on academic excellence.|
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