The aim of the bachelor’s study subprogramme “Russian Philology” is the following: to provide the academic general knowledge in the field of Russian philology, linguistics and literary studies that correspond to the modern requirements; to offer the specialization in the sphere of the Russian and Slavic languages and cultures; to educate highly qualified, competitive specialists in the sphere of the Russian philology. The tasks of the study subprogramme include the following: 1. To offer students an opportunity to study the Russian language, literature, culture in both the diachronic and synchronic aspects, taking into consideration the interlinguistic and intercultural relations. 2. To increase the students’ chances at the labour market by providing students with the opportunity to study another Slavic language.3. To stimulate the students’ interest in the Russian philology, offering not only the basic courses in the field of Russian Philology – in linguistics and literary studies, but also the career-oriented courses in the sphere of mass media and culture management, publishing, etc. The subprogramme “Russian Philology” is meant for students, who seek in-depth knowledge of the Russian language and literature. The core of the programme consists of the courses devoted to the history of the Russian language and its contemporary state, to the Russian folklore and Slavic mythology, to the history of Russian literature (from old to modern). Moreover, the students are encouraged to study the second Slavic language – Polish or Czech. In addition, the programme includes the courses that will improve students’ written and oral skills: seminars on speech technique, critical, advertising and creative texts. The programme envisages students’ mobility within the framework of Erasmus in the institutions of higher education of Estonia (Tartu and Tallinn Universities), Lithuania, Poland, Czech Republic, Italy, Spain, Germany, and many others.
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