Ba in african languages and cultures in Ghent university
The vision of the UGent African Studies programme is based on following guiding principles: offering excellent academic knowledge on African languages and cultures, by means of a study programme built on three pillars, i.e. African Languages, African Cultures and Language, Culture and Society in Africa;To have an understanding of African linguistics: language families, several African language structures, and the history of the discipline.
Belgian degree, an European Baccalaureate, an International Baccalaureate, diploma from the NATO SHAPE-school, Germany: Zeugnis der allgemeinen Hochschulreife/Abitur, High school diploma + transcript of records, A foreign diploma declared equivalent by NARIC, foreign university bachelor or master diploma, correctly certified/legalised, C1-Certificate 'Educatief Professioneel' awarded by Nederlandse Taalunie, Certificaat Nederlands als Vreemde Taal, Certificate ITNA C1 - awarded by the Ghent University Language Centre, C1-certificate from a university language centre
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