Degree in Catalan Language and Literature

240 credits - Faculty of Philosophy and Arts

Entry Profile

The ideal profile characteristics for those students starting the Degree in Catalan Language and Literature include: the ability for analysis and reflection; the ability for interaction, dialogue and communication; the ability for teamwork; the ability for criticism and reasoning; creativity, and intellectual curiosity and interest in Catalan language and literature. It should be pointed out that in no way are these mandatory conditions since, if students feel they do not possess them or require further development, they can be acquired and improved during the degree programme.

Entry information

Number of places. Academic year 2018-19: 55

Entry Requirements Preferences
Batxiller title or equivalent (PAU) * according to entry mark  
Title of Technician (FP - vocational training) ** according to entry mark  
Being over 25 years old and passing an entrance exam Arts and Humanities  
University Degree  
Being over 40, having accredited work experience, and passing an interview  
Being over 45 years old and passing an entrance exam and an interview  
University Transfer  
University Transfer or Course Transfer  
Overseas Qualifications  

Calculation of the entry mark
For courses with limited places, the admission mark is calculated according to the following criteria:
* Access with the Batxillerat high school diploma or equivalent (PAU) : the entry mark is calculated (out of 14 points) taking the entry mark and based on the weighting parameters of the two best marks (weighted average) for the subjects passed in the specific test (voluntary).
* Access with a technician diploma (vocational training) : the entry mark is calculated (out of 14 points) with the average mark from the vocational training course and based on the weighting parameters of the two best marks (weighted average) for the subjects passed in the specific test (voluntary).

Weighting Parameters . Academic year 2019-20

List of coefficients by course
Batxiller Course Parameter
French II 0,2
German II 0,2
Greek II 0,2
History of art 0,2
Latin II 0,2

For more details, please see the information on weighting for access to university

Cut-off mark

Remark : The cut-off mark is calculated after the process of awarding places, and it depends on the relationship between the number of places offered for the degree programme and the demand that exists. If the demand is greater than what is offered, then the last student admitted determines the cut-off mark.

Other useful information

Validations

Credit Recognition and Transfer Committee for GLLC

Member 3
Garcies Gomila, Domènec
Member 4
Garcia Juan, Maria Inès

Accreditation grid for first and second cycle curricula and new curricula (degree)

Table of equivalences by curriculum Degree in Catalan Language and Literature

Catalan Philology (1997 syllabus)
Catalan Philology (1997 syllabus) Degree in Catalan Language and Literature
1990: Scientific Catalan for the Humanities
20745: Terminology and Lexicology
1992: Catalan Historic Grammar
20714: Historic Catalan Grammar
1993: Social History of the Catalan Language
20706: Social History of the Catalan Language
1994: Catalan Phonology
20704: Descriptive Grammar of Catalan: Phonetics and Phonology
1995: Catalan Morphology
20717: Descriptive Grammar of Catalan: Morphology and Lexicology
1997: Medieval Catalan
20739: Mediaeval Catalan
1998: Philological Commentary of Catalan Texts
20740: Philological Editing and Analysis of Catalan Texts
2008: Commentary of Romance Texts
20710: Origin and Interrelationship of Romance Languages
2009: Comparative Literature
20712: Comparative Literature
2071: Troubadour Poetry
20732: Mediaeval Catalan Poetry and Narrative
2077: Introduction to Catalan Poetry
20727: Reading Contemporary Catalan Poetry
2078: Introduction to Catalan Narrative
20728: Contemporary Catalan Narrative
2079: General Syntax
20744: General Syntax
2080: General Morphology
20746: General Morphology
2082: General Phonology
20743: General Phonology
2084: Experimental Phonetics
20742: Experimental Phonetics
2085: Oral Literature
20716: Theory of Folklore
2086: History of French Civilisation
21806: Second Language and its Literature II (French)
2088: Portuguese Language, Literature and Civilisation I
20881: Second Language And its Literature II (Portuguese)
2092: Ancient Catalan Drama
20736: Mediaeval Catalan Drama
886: Catalan Language I
20709: Regulatory Language II: Units
887: Latin
20801: Introduction to Latin
889: Second Language and its Literature. French
21803: Second Language and its Literature I (French)
890: Second Language and its Literature. Portuguese
20880: Second Language and its Literature I (Portuguese)
891: Linguistics
20701: Linguistics
894: Catalan Literature in the XVI-XIX Centuries I
20715: Catalan Renaissance, Baroque and Neoclassicism Literature
895: Catalan Language II
20713: Regulatory Language III: Sentence
896: Theory of Literature
20708: Theory of Literature
898: Romance Linguistics
20710: Origin and Interrelationship of Romance Languages
899: Catalan Folk Literature
20720: Catalan Ethnopoetics
958: Vulgar and Medieval Latin
20804: Evolution of Latin and Romance Languages
969: Theory of Prescriptive Catalan Language
20702: Regulatory Language I: Text
972: Catalan Dialectology
20718: Language Variation
975: Commentary of Catalan Literary Texts
20733: Commentary of Catalan Literary Texts
978: Catalan Literature in the XVI-XIX Centuries II
20719: Catalan Literature in Romantic and Realist Periods
979: Catalan Syntax
20725: Descriptive Grammar of Catalan: Syntax and Pragmatics
980: Catalan Poetry
20727: Reading Contemporary Catalan Poetry
981: Sociolinguistics
  • 20705: Sociolinguistics
  • 20721: Linguistic Planning
982: Catalan Narrative
20728: Contemporary Catalan Narrative
983: Catalan Theatre
20729: Contemporary Catalan Drama: Text and Show

Accreditation of English Skills

In order to be awarded the degree, students must show that they have reached a level of English by the end of their course that equates to level B2 in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), in accordance with how this requirement is stipulated in the curriculum. The different ways to attain this are:

  1. passing the specific English language course on the curriculum.
  2. handing in a certificate or accreditation, recognised by the UIB, which shows the student has obtained a minimum level of English equivalent to B2 in the CEFR.
  3. passing a set number of subjects taught in English on the degree course.
  4. passing a set number of subjects taught in English on a mobility programme .

More information .

Academic Accreditation Committee