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B.Sc.English Philology

Tuition fee €2,845.00 per year
Application fee €100.00 one-time
Deposit €500.00 one-time
Registration fee €100.00 one-time

Baltic Center Registration Fee Includes:
– Consultations for selection of HEI
– Migration & visa consultation
– Registration in the Baltic Center database
HEI admission documents’ check
– General testing for all Baltic Center HEIs – Admission Examination
– Student’s admission to HEI, maximum 3 registrations per one fee.
& In case of HEI change at the request of a student, after the admission letter receiving from HEI, a transfer to another HEI is for an extra cost.
– Documents’ arrangement for the payments to HEI
– Bonus – on the written application of a student, preparation and transfer of the invitation for the embassy.
& The period of preparation from week to two months

Overview

The English philology programme curriculum is designed to prepare the graduates for a wide range of academic and professional careers, which require advanced knowledge of several foreign languages and high level linguistic, literary and cultural competence. It offers courses focusing on the core areas of English Philology: Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, Literature and Culture. All students acquire Basics of Translation Theory, English Normative Phonetics and Phonology, Integrated Text Analysis, Translation Seminars, Literature of Middle Ages and Renaissance, English Literature of Classicism and Enlightenment, Entrepreneurship, Latin, etc.

In the 5th semester, students specialize either in Linguistics (Language, Culture, Translation; Creative Writing, EU Institutional and Project Management Discourse, Language, Culture, Translation (Scandinavian languages), Internship in Applied Linguistics) or Literature and culture (Introduction to Visual and Film Studies, Realism in American Literature, Methodologies of Literary Research, Visual and Film Studies (Scandinavian culture).

Programme structure

Programme modules

English-English module students acquire: British, USA, Celtic, or Canadian Cultural Studies, Modernism and Postmodernism, English Language Learning and Teaching Methodologies, Contrastive Studies: German, French, Spanish, Italian or a Scandinavian language (2nd foreign language from the beginner’s level) or a third foreign language, incl. the Russian language starting in the 5th semester.

In the academic year 2015/2016, English-Scandinavian module students acquire Norwegian language courses: Contrastive Studies: Norwegian (2nd foreign language from the beginner’s level), Realism in Norwegian Literature, Norwegian Literature till 1860, Scandinavian Culture Studies: Norwegian Society and Culture, Skandinavian Stylistics: Norwegian, etc.

Career opportunities

The programme prepares the graduates for different careers in the public and private sector in the local and international labour market, which require the application of profound knowledge of foreign languages, literature and culture in other disciplines and applied social contexts such as education, business, law, the art, politics and the media.

Apply now! Fall semester 2019/20
Application period has ended, but late applications can be submitted until the commence date
Studies commence
Sep 1, 2019

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States