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The UAB presents its academic offer to prospective students

25 Jan 2022
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On 2, 3 and 4 February, the UAB will be holding its annual Open Days. Over 17,000 students from secondary schools will be visiting the campus to discover the academic programmes available at the UAB, as well as the campus and all the services it has to offer to the university community. Sessions will take place on campus on Wednesday 2 and Thursday 3 February, and online on Friday 4 February.

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The 2022/23 academic year brings with it new offers among the academic programmes available at the UAB. A new double degree in Law + International Relations will combine subjects offered in two degrees already offered at the UAB. This new programme will provide students with comprehensive training in law as well as a specialisation in international law and politics. Graduates will acquire the skills need to work in institutions of the European Union or in other international organisations, NGOs and multinational companies in supranational sectors, as well as offer legal assessment in international negotiations.

The Faculty of Arts & Humanities also has decided to reformulate many of its degrees:

These new combined language degrees aim to adapt the contents of some subjects to a mixed degree profile in which students acquire solid and comprehensive training in the language and literary aspects of two languages. Moreover, new specialisations are offered so that students can delve deeper into their training in language, linguistiscs, or comparative grammar, as well as literature, comparative literature and culture, through a wide range of subjects which are clearly professionally oriented, as are those related to the teaching of languages and the planning of language policies.

In specific, the bachelor's degree in French Language and Culture now replaces the old bachelor's degree in French Studies. This inter-university degree offered bythe UAB and the UB, is unique in all of Catalonia. This reformulation of the degree aims to adapt it better to current professional needs, strengthening not only aspects of the French language, but also of the culture, with a strong focus on interdisciplinarity and a broad range of subjects (sociology, philosophy, etc.).

The degree in Artificial Intelligence, which is already being offered as a UAB-specific programme, will now become an official bachelor's degree. As with many other new degrees, the first step after creating a new programme is to offer it as a university-specific programme, only to later be able to offer it as an official degree.

Thus, the UAB is reinforcing itshe number of interdisciplinary programmes on offer, and those with a marked international trait. The 2022/23 academic year also will begin with exchanges among students of the bachelor's degree in Science, Technology and Humanities, offered in Barcelona and Madrid by the Alliance 4 Universities: students attending lectures this year at the UAB Faculty of Arts & Humanities, will next year attend lectures in Madrid at the Universidad Carlos III and the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.

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