Bachelor in comparative literature in Aarhus university
When you study comparative literature, you immerse yourself in classic works of literature. You learn to analyse literary works, and you learn to understand and interpret them in a historical, cultural and social context. Comparative literature is Gothic horror, villains, heroes, tragedies, children s literature, family chronicles and true romance. It s Shakespeare and airport lit, print and digital media, advertising and book covers. You explore many varieties of literature, and you investigate psychological, historical, political and philosophical issues as expressed in literary works.
Upper secondary school diploma and grade transcript , TOEFL ibT of 83, IELTS of 6.5, English B Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) (only grades A, B or C) or First Certificate with grade A or 180 points as a minimum on the Cambridge English Scale, (I)GCSE and (I)GCSE AS- and A-levels, IB at 24, The Study-test in Danish as a Foreign Language.
Secondary school teacher, Publisher, Journalist, University Lecturer, Teacher of English as a Foreign Language