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Linguistics & Business Administration

* English and German & Business administration
* English and French & Business administration
* English and Spanish & Business administration
* English and Russian & Business administration

Professional field: Philology
Educational qualification:
bachelor
Professional qualification:
translating and interpreting, expert philologist
Period of study:
8 semesters (4 years)
Forms of study:
regular
Evaluation scoring:
see annex #1


This specialty's aim is providing the students complex knowledge in two foreign languages and business administration. With such qualification the graduates could successfully find their professional realization as translators and interpreters in firms, companies, banks, translating bureaus, consulting bureaus, PR agencies, publishing houses, mass-media, libraries, museums, archives and other social, educational and cultural institutions.

The study process includes four programs: English(basic language) and German (secondary language); English(basic language) and French (secondary language); English(basic language) and Spanish (secondary language); English(basic language) and Russian (secondary language).
The curriculum includes disciplines focused on the historical and contemporary state of both languages (phonetics, lexical, grammatic and stylistics) as well as disciplines from the sphere of business administration: administrative management,administrative law, European projects, Electronic marketing, state and public management, marketing and marketing politics, PR, projects budgets, management in public reforms, basics of entrepreneurship, planning of private careers, politics and public power, conflict management, sociology and psychology of management, strategic public management, structures of public sector, team management, management of innovations and investments in public sector, management of organizational culture, risk management, corporative culture.

The study process of the specialty is realized according to similar study plans for the main (English) and secondary (German, French, Spanish or Russian) languages, differing only by the starting level of the secondary language, which starts from the basics. The curriculum provides the study of the main language to be finished at level C1, and B2 for the secondary language according to the Common European Framework of Reference for languages. 

 

Last update on 16 March 2018