Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in English with Middle Eastern and Asian Languages and Cultures (Hebrew)

Study Discipline: Arts & Humanities
Study Programme Details
City: Msida
Country: Malta
Admission Sessions: Autumn Session
Study Format: Full Time
Mode of Study: Fully on Site

Programme Type

Bachelor's degree


36 Months

Scholarship Available




About this Study Course

Embark on a transformative journey delving into the rich tapestry of English literature and the captivating nuances of Middle Eastern and Asian Languages and Cultures, with a focus on Hebrew. Our Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in English with Middle Eastern and Asian Languages and Cultures (Hebrew) program offers an immersive exploration of literary history and linguistic diversity.

From the ancient epics of Greece to contemporary narratives, you’ll unravel the complexities of language and literature, gaining insights into diverse cultures and perspectives along the way. Engage with canonical and non-canonical texts, sharpen your critical thinking skills, and embark on a research-based dissertation to delve deeper into areas of personal interest. Embrace a multicultural academic journey with opportunities for Erasmus+ mobility programs, broadening your horizons and nurturing a global perspective.


By the culmination of this program, you’ll emerge equipped with the skills and knowledge to:

  • Conduct academic research in literary and linguistic studies.
  • Engage critically with literature across interdisciplinary realms.
  • Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of influential theorists and writers.
  • Perform close-reading analyses for nuanced interpretations.
  • Navigate literary landscapes from Western, European, and non-European perspectives.
  • Develop insights into history, culture, politics, and human nature through literary exploration.

Admission Requirements

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  • Year 1: Foundational courses in English literature and Middle Eastern and Asian Languages and Cultures (Hebrew).
  • Year 2: Specialized study units in modern Hebrew, biblical literature, and historical contexts.
  • Year 3: Advanced courses, elective units, and dissertation research.

Non EU Applicants:

Fee per academic year: Eur 8,500

Local/EU/EEA Applicants:

No fees apply

Future Career Outcomes

Our graduates have found success in a myriad of fields, from academia and publishing to international relations and cultural diplomacy. Alumni have secured positions as language specialists, educators, researchers, and cultural consultants, leveraging their interdisciplinary skills and global perspectives to make meaningful contributions in diverse professional arenas.

Visa Requirements:

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