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International Profile, Japanese (INJA)

To study the IT-programme with a an international specialization implies that one reads language courses in parallel with other courses and that the student study abroad for one year exchange period in a country where the language in question is spoken and is used as language of instruction at the receiving university.

For the Asian languages the following apply. In addition to the regular courses of the program there are a total of 30 HE credits courses in language and culture distributed as 6 + 6 + 9 + 9 HE credits over the first four years of the education. School year 5 is studied abroad divided into 30 HE credits of language and culture courses, and 30 HE credits degree project.

Since the courses in language and culture exceed the amount of optional courses, an individual study plan is made for these students.

For students on the international specialisations, there is no space for completely optional courses. Students on other specialisations have about 30 HE credits optional courses

International Profile, Chinese (INKI)

To study the IT-programme with a an international specialization implies that one reads language courses in parallel with other courses and that the student study abroad for one year exchange period in a country where the language in question is spoken and is used as language of instruction at the receiving university.

For the Asian languages the following apply. In addition to the regular courses of the program there are a total of 30 HE credits courses in language and culture distributed as 6 + 6 + 9 + 9 HE credits over the first four years of the education. School year 5 is studied abroad divided into 30 HE credits of language and culture courses, and 30 HE credits degree project.

Since the courses in language and culture exceed the amount of optional courses, an individual study plan is made for these students.

For students on the international specialisations, there is no space for completely optional courses. Students on other specialisations have about 30 HE credits optional courses

International Profile (INT)

To study the IT-programme with a an international specialization implies that one reads language courses in parallel with other courses and that the student study abroad for one year exchange period in a country where the language in question is spoken and is used as language of instruction at the receiving university.

For the European languages specializations 24 HE credits courses in language and culture are read in addition to the regular courses. The language courses are distributed as 7,5 + 7.5 + 9 HE credits over the first three years of the education. Year 4 of the education is studied abroad with 15 HE credits language and 45 HE credits courses within the chosen specialization (Master). In August, the summer between the third and fourth year of the education, a compulsory 4,5 HE culture course is read. The degree project is normally performed in Sweden.

Since the courses in language and culture exceed the amount of optional courses, an individual study plan is made for these students.

For students on the international specialisations, there is no space for completely optional courses. Students on other specialisations have about 30 HE credits optional courses