Master in Contemporary Arabic Studies (MEAC)

MEAC

The Master in Contemporary Arabic Studies aims at providing students with a high-quality training in contemporary Arabic language, culture and societies, in response to the growing social and institutional demand for experts in these areas.

15/02/2019

The Master in Contemporary Arabic Studies aims at providing students with a high-quality training in contemporary Arabic language, culture and societies, in response to the growing social and institutional demand for experts in these areas.

The MCAS is taught by a faculty of oustanding academics and professionals. Moreover, the MCAS is one of the few MA programs in Europe taught entirely in Arabic, aiming to promote the students’ Arabic language level from a level B, according to the CEFR, to the highest CEFR level (level C).

In addition to a key focus on Arabic, the MCAS is distinguished from similar master’s degrees by its contemporary character and its commitment to modern Arab societies. Accordingly, the MCAS program proposes a modern and innovative approach to the multi-faceted and heterogeneous reality of today’s Arab world, with a particular emphasis on key issues such as cultural and religious diversity, new family and social structures, cosmopolitanism, hybridization, demographic movements, social protest, human rights, post-modernity, etc.

 

More information: MA in Contemporary Arabic Studies

 

Related news

Uniů Europea

The UAB to offer a Jean Monnet Module on the EU

The European Studies Institute (IEE) has been granted a Jean Monnet Module within the Erasmus + project to provide excellence in training on the EU. This free course is aimed at master's and PhD students who can attend different seminars. The first session will take place on 10 September at the Faculty of Law.

View all news