Double degrees

Our Department hosts a bi-national and a multiple master’s degree.

Master’s Degree Programme in Modern Philology

The bi-national master’s degree in Modern Philology (Filologia moderna – Francesistica e Italianistica) focuses on European literary traditions, particularly on French and Italian linguistic and cultural space.

  • Partner university: Université Grenoble Alpes (France)
  • Mobility period: 2nd year
  • Languages required: Italian and French
  • Title awarded: double degree (Master’s degree in Modern Philology – LM14, curriculum French and Italianistics; Master’s degree Langues, littératures, civilisations étrangères et régionales – LLCER).
  • Contacts: Zeudi Zilio (, Department of Studies Linguistic and Literary Studies

Master’s Degree Programme in Translation and Interpreting

Jointly designed by a group of partner Universities, in the framework of the Arqus alliance, this innovative Master’s degree brings together translation programmes from universities with different approaches to translation and translation studies.

  • Partner universities: Universidad de Granada (Spain)
    Université Jean Monnet Saint-Etienne (France)
    Vilniaus universitetas (Latvia)
  • Mobility period: 2nd year
  • Language required: according to the chosen track
  • Title awarded: double degree – Master’s degree in Modern Languages for Communication and International Cooperation, plus one of the following degrees, depending on the chosen track: Máster Universitario en Traducción Profesional (Granada)
    – Master Traduction et interprétation Parcours Métiers de la Rédaction et de la Traduction (Jean Monnet Saint-Etienne)
    – Humanitarinių mokslų magistro laipsnis. Studijų kryptis: vertimas (Vilnius)
  • Contacts: International office (, Department of Studies Linguistic and Literary Studies