Applied philology: foreign languages
Our graduates have the following professional advantages:
- Fluency in the main language studied in its literary form; strong theoretical knowledge and practical skills in using the main foreign language in written and oral forms of communication;
- ability to generate properly constructed texts in the main foreign language; skill in translating literary texts from the foreign into the native language;
- academic writing skills: ability to сreate academic presentations, describe and summarize research projects.
Types of occupation: research; education; organizational and managerial activities.
Key disciplines of the program: main foreign language (English), second foreign language, translation/interpreting workshops, history of world literature.
Areas of occupation: language courses, organization of cultural events, editing and proofreading, translation and interpreting, research organizations.
Institute of Philology and History
Link to master:
Foreign languages (theory and practice of translation and interpreting)