The programme is directed at students who are interested in taking an interdisciplinary approach to the Viking and Middle Ages.
Graduates of this programme will:
- have acquired good knowledge of Old Norse language, literature and history.
- be able to write good prose and to structure a written composition.
- have the skills necessary to work with primary sources such as Medieval Norse manuscripts, runic inscriptions and other artefacts.
- be able to utilize a wide range of theoretical and methodological approaches in the field of Viking and Medieval Norse studies.
- be able to locate and engage with relevant and up to date research literature.
- be able to design and manage an independent research project.
- be able to communicate research questions, analyses, and results convincingly, both within the academic community, and to a larger audience.