University of Strasbourg: English-taught online degrees!

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  1. Maniac Craniac

    Maniac Craniac Moderator Staff Member

    University of Strasbourg, one of the premier universities in France, currently offers 2 online master's degrees taught in English and at very affordable prices. They offer differing options for length of completion, which coincide with different tuition fee totals.

    Master's in Technical Communication & Localization
    https://mastertcloc.unistra.fr/program/format/
    12 or 17 month option: EUR 5770.00
    24 month option: EUR 7500.00

    Masters in Multilingual Web Communication
    https://mastercaweb.u-strasbg.fr/en/discover-caweb/program-structure/
    12 month option: EUR 5530.00
    24 month option: EUR 7190.00

    I looked over their curricula and there appears to be a lot of similarities between the two degrees. I hate to say it, but yes, I'm interested! In the TCLoc, especially.
     
  2. Stoic

    Stoic New Member

    Interesting find. This is a good university. I wonder what type of careers a person could tap into with this. I can't see where it actually concentrates into.

    (Edit) Looks like the Tekom certificate is popular in Europe amongst Technical Writers.
     
    Last edited: Nov 19, 2021
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  3. nomaduser

    nomaduser Active Member

    amazing! at 5,000 euros, it's great deal. The university has a very long history. They were built in 1500's and they're reputable.
    I'm definitely considering this degree.
     
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  4. Maniac Craniac

    Maniac Craniac Moderator Staff Member

    The curriculum looks incredible. On top of communication and localization modules, they also cover project management and programming languages. It sounds like a fun, challenging, comprehensive learning experience. I can see one possible downside right off the bat for some people, and that's just how many subjects it covers, making this quite far from being a specialized degree.
     

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