Enrolment

The first round will end on July 9, 2018

Admission Requirements

The BA diploma (or equivalent) constitutes the basic admission criterion. We require English language skills at C1 level, confirmed by a certificate. Here you can find the list of the certificates.

About the Programme

Our MA graduate programme offers the opportunity to grow and interact in a challenging academic environment. Studying English Philology at MA level, apart from developing practical language skills at a high C2 proficiency level of CEFR for languages, encompasses deepening students’ knowledge of selected specialist fields in one of the following seminars:

  • Literary studies
  • Cultural studies
  • Linguistics
  • Translation studies
  • Applied Linguistics: Teachers’ training specialization

The Most Important Courses

Apart from academic language skills courses preparing students for C2 level exam (reading, listening, use of English, writing and speaking components), graduate studies of English Philology offer students specialist seminars in the research field of their choice.

 

Academic Language Skills

The Practical English 1 Module includes academic writing, academic text-based speaking, advanced listening, and advanced grammar and academic vocabulary-oriented courses. It aims at preparing students for MA writing activities through composing academic essays and conducting academic discussions. The module also helps students prepare for their C2-Level Practical English Exam.

 

Methods and Directions of Research

Module Specialization 1  introduces the methods and directions of research in the field of studies selected by the candidates – literary studies, culture studies, translation studies, linguistics or applied linguistics.
 

English for Specific Purposes

The module focuses on introducing the student to translation studies and preparing him/her to translation of complex texts from different areas; additionally, one of its most important goals includes developing the student’s communication abilities in speech and writing in the law/business area. The module strives to build in the student a formal linguistic competence through an analysis of academic materials.

The Structure of the Programme

Apart from academic language skills courses preparing students for C2 level exam (reading, listening, use of English, writing and speaking components), graduate studies of English Philology offer students specialist seminars in the research field of their choice – literary studies, culture studies, translation studies, linguistics and applied linguistics, which prepare them for writing their MA thesis and for their MA defence. The full programme of the study can be found here.

Advantages of the Programme

Studying our MA programme at the Faculty of Economics will benefit students’ career and life. The programme adopts an interdisciplinary approach, combining natural and social sciences. Our students are not afraid to ask difficult questions and are also able to approach crucial issues from differing perspectives. Moreover, during the 2-year period students will continuously improve their English language skills. Studying in small or medium groups provides individualised support in order to help students to develop their talents to the fullest.

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