Courses for 2015/2016

CourseInstructorCredits
Ancient Greek Beginner I
Ancient Greek is one of the most important source languages of Late Antique & Medieval Studies, Ancient Philosophy and Religious Studies. Whether your interest is in reading classical Greek texts in their ...
3
Ancient Greek Beginner II
Participants of the course will gain a sound knowledge of the Ancient Greek language (Attic dialect), i.e. an ability to read, analyse and interpret primary source material written in Greek. After four terms ...
3
Ancient Greek Intermediate I
Ancient Greek is one of the most important source languages of Late Antique & Medieval Studies, Ancient Philosophy and Religious Studies. Whether your interest is in reading classical Greek texts in their ...
3
Ancient Greek Intermediate II
Participants of the course will gain a sound knowledge of the Ancient Greek language (Attic dialect), i.e. an ability to read, analyse and interpret primary source material written in Greek. After four terms ...
3
Arabic Beginner I
Arabic (classical – pre 20th century - and modern) is one of the most important languages required to understand Middle East culture and Medieval history. Learning Arabic is essential to all those who have ...
3
Arabic Beginner II
The Winter Term session is in fact a continuity to what the students have learned in the Fall Semester. Our goal is to make the students reach a basic level in Arabic language at the end of the term, which ...
3
Arabic Intermediate I
Arabic (classical – pre 20th century - and modern) is one of the most important languages required to understand Middle East culture and Medieval history. Learning Arabic is essential to all those who have ...
3
Arabic Intermediate II
The main goal of this semester is to learn the method of translating different types of texts from Arabic to English. Students will get introduced to Classical Arabic texts belonging to some famous Arabic ...
3
Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian Beginner I
Bosnian, Croatian, and Serbian are three standard languages spoken by the majority of population of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, and Montenegro. They are mutually intelligible languages belonging ...
2
Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian Beginner II
Master's Elective Hungary ...
2
Classical Syriac I
Classical Syriac (Ktobonoyo: the Bookish Language) is an Aramaic dialect that served as the literary language of the Aramaic-speaking Christian communities. The golden age of Syriac literature extended from ...
2
Latin Beginner I
This course is open to all students who have no or minimal previous knowledge of Latin. The course, planned to cover two semesters, is intended to equip the students with a basic knowledge of Medieval Latin, ...
3
Latin Beginner II
This course comes as a continuation of the similar one offered in the Fall Semester and is intended to enlarge the students’ basic knowledge of Medieval Latin so as to enable them, by the end of the semester, ...
3
Latin Intermediate I
Latin Intermediate is open to all students whose level is above Beginner, i.e., who have completed two semesters of Latin at the CEU (Latin Beginner I & II) or, alternatively, who have already mastered ...
3
Latin Intermediate II
Latin Intermediate is open to all students whose level is above Beginner, i.e., who have completed two semesters of Latin at the CEU (Latin Beginner I & II) or, alternatively, who have already mastered ...
3
Modern Hebrew Beginner I
Arabic, English, German, and French, only begin the list of languages from which Modern Hebrew has borrowed over the centuries, not to mention its roots in Biblical Hebrew, Mishnaic Hebrew and Medieval Hebrew. ...
  • Liat Sivek
2
Modern Hebrew Beginner II
This is the second part of Modern Hebrew Beginner, in which students will apply their previous learning to reading more advanced written texts. The grammar and vocabulary covered in this course will offer the ...
  • Liat Sivek
3
Ottoman Turkish Intermediate I
The aim of the course is to introduce students to various calligraphic styles (such as riqʿa, taʿlīq and naskh) that were used in Ottoman official documents in particular genres (such as mühimme records, ...
  • Ahmet Bilaloglu
2
Persian Beginner I
The aim of the two-term course is to introduce students -working on the Islamic world- to the basic grammar and language of Modern and Classical Persian. (CEFR levels A1-A2) ...
2
Persian Beginner II
Master's Elective Hungary ...
2
Russian Beginner I
Russian language belongs to Slavic group of the Indo-European language family. It is the eighth most spoken language in the world by number of native speakers and the seventh by total number of speakers: ...
2
Russian Beginner II
Master's Elective Hungary ...
2
Russian Intermediate I
The course is designed to equip students with confident communication skills in different contexts and build good writing skills to introduce and present themselves in the Russian language. ...
  • Elvira Nurieva
2
Russian Intermediate II
Master's Elective Hungary ...
2
Turkish Beginner I
This is the first part of the two-year intensive course by the end of which students are expected to complete the equivalent of the levels A1 and A2 in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. ...
3
Turkish Beginner II
This is the second part of the two-year intensive course by the end of which students are expected to complete the equivalent of the levels A1 and A2 in the Common European Framework of Reference for ...
3