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  1. Bachelor of Humanities in English and French Languages and Culture Studies (LiepU)

    Study Program Objectives: - to provide the students an opportunity to acquire basic academic education and the Bachelor’s Degree in the English and German language and culture studies, or in the English and Russian language and culture studies, or in the English and French language and culture studies, promoting acquisition of theoretical knowledge, independent research skills and techniques within the sphere of European language and culture studies, providing an opportunity to prepare oneself for independent professional activity in the spheres, which require for European language – English and German or Russian, or French – proficiency (up to C1 level), and competence in culture. Attainable Study Results: After acquisition of the Compulsory Choice (Part A) Study Course, the students obtain proficiency and comprehension in humanities (culture studies, philosophy, Latvian language, world literature) and acquire the English language use skills, basic translation skills; - knowledge in the English literature and culture, research work skills; - communicative and social skills, which are required in intercultural communication; - ability of creative and critical thinking. After acquisition of the Limited Choice (Part B) Study Course, the students shall acquire the language use skills at the second chosen European language (French or Russian or German), basic translations skills; - acquire knowledge in the corresponding literature and culture, as well as, consolidate communicative and social skills, which ar ...

    Awarding body- Liepaja University

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  2. Bachelor of Humanities in English and German Languages and Culture Studies (LiepU)

    Study Program Objectives: - to provide the students an opportunity to acquire basic academic education and the Bachelor’s Degree in the English and German language and culture studies, or in the English and Russian language and culture studies, or in the English and French language and culture studies, promoting acquisition of theoretical knowledge, independent research skills and techniques within the sphere of European language and culture studies, providing an opportunity to prepare oneself for independent professional activity in the spheres, which require for European language – English and German or Russian, or French – proficiency (up to C1 level), and competence in culture. Attainable Study Results: After acquisition of the Compulsory Choice (Part A) Study Course, the students obtain proficiency and comprehension in humanities (culture studies, philosophy, Latvian language, world literature) and acquire the English language use skills, basic translation skills; - knowledge in the English literature and culture, research work skills; - communicative and social skills, which are required in intercultural communication; - ability of creative and critical thinking. After acquisition of the Limited Choice (Part B) Study Course, the students shall acquire the language use skills at the second chosen European language (French or Russian or German), basic translations skills; - acquire knowledge in the corresponding literature and culture, as well as, consolidate communicative and social skills, which ar ...

    Awarding body- Liepaja University

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  3. Bachelor of Humanities in English and Latvian Language and Culture Studies (LiepU)

    Study Program Objectives: - to provide the students an opportunity to acquire basic academic education and the Bachelor’s Degree in the English and German language and culture studies, or in the English and Russian language and culture studies, or in the English and French language and culture studies, promoting acquisition of theoretical knowledge, independent research skills and techniques within the sphere of European language and culture studies, providing an opportunity to prepare oneself for independent professional activity in the spheres, which require for European language – English and German or Russian, or French – proficiency (up to C1 level), and competence in culture. Attainable Study Results: After acquisition of the Compulsory Choice (Part A) Study Course, the students obtain proficiency and comprehension in humanities (culture studies, philosophy, Latvian language, world literature) and acquire the English language use skills, basic translation skills; - knowledge in the English literature and culture, research work skills; - communicative and social skills, which are required in intercultural communication; - ability of creative and critical thinking. After acquisition of the Limited Choice (Part B) Study Course, the students shall acquire the language use skills at the second chosen European language (French or Russian or German), basic translations skills; - acquire knowledge in the corresponding literature and culture, as well as, consolidate communicative and social skills, which ar ...

    Awarding body- Liepaja University

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  4. Bachelor of Humanities in English and Russian Languages and Culture Studies (LiepU)

    Study Program Objectives: - to provide the students an opportunity to acquire basic academic education and the Bachelor’s Degree in the English and German language and culture studies, or in the English and Russian language and culture studies, or in the English and French language and culture studies, promoting acquisition of theoretical knowledge, independent research skills and techniques within the sphere of European language and culture studies, providing an opportunity to prepare oneself for independent professional activity in the spheres, which require for European language – English and German or Russian, or French – proficiency (up to C1 level), and competence in culture. Attainable Study Results: After acquisition of the Compulsory Choice (Part A) Study Course, the students obtain proficiency and comprehension in humanities (culture studies, philosophy, Latvian language, world literature) and acquire the English language use skills, basic translation skills; - knowledge in the English literature and culture, research work skills; - communicative and social skills, which are required in intercultural communication; - ability of creative and critical thinking. After acquisition of the Limited Choice (Part B) Study Course, the students shall acquire the language use skills at the second chosen European language (French or Russian or German), basic translations skills; - acquire knowledge in the corresponding literature and culture, as well as, consolidate communicative and social skills, which ar ...

    Awarding body- Liepaja University

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  5. Bachelor of Humanities in English and Spanish Languages and Culture Studies (LiepU)

    Study Program Objectives: - to provide the students an opportunity to acquire basic academic education and the Bachelor’s Degree in the English and German language and culture studies, or in the English and Russian language and culture studies, or in the English and French language and culture studies, promoting acquisition of theoretical knowledge, independent research skills and techniques within the sphere of European language and culture studies, providing an opportunity to prepare oneself for independent professional activity in the spheres, which require for European language – English and German or Russian, or French – proficiency (up to C1 level), and competence in culture. Attainable Study Results: After acquisition of the Compulsory Choice (Part A) Study Course, the students obtain proficiency and comprehension in humanities (culture studies, philosophy, Latvian language, world literature) and acquire the English language use skills, basic translation skills; - knowledge in the English literature and culture, research work skills; - communicative and social skills, which are required in intercultural communication; - ability of creative and critical thinking. After acquisition of the Limited Choice (Part B) Study Course, the students shall acquire the language use skills at the second chosen European language (French or Russian or German), basic translations skills; - acquire knowledge in the corresponding literature and culture, as well as, consolidate communicative and social skills, which ar ...

    Awarding body- Liepaja University

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  6. Bachelor of Humanities in Finno-Ugric Studies (LU)

    - to acquire theoretical knowledge of the Finno-Ugric philology; - to master three Finnish languages of the Baltic Sea area: Finnish, Estonian - on the highest level of language proficiency, Livian - lexical and grammatical minimum enabling to read and translate texts written in the Livian language; - to acquire knowledge of Finnish and Estonian literature; - to study history of culture of Finnish, Estonian, Livian and other Finno-Ugric peoples and communities; - to carry out an independent research (10 credit points) of Finno-Ugric linguistic science or culture and present the result in the Bachelor's thesis developed on the level equal to the requirements for a scientific publication. The main aims of the Finno-Ugric programme are as follows: - to implement the academic degree programme which provides students with necessary knowledge and expertise that meet the requirements of qualification in the labour market, thus contributing to the social and national development of Latvia; - to provide students with knowledge, skills and qualifications that enable them to successfully engage in work related to a variety of theoretical and practical aspects of Finno-Ugric studies, be it locally or internationally; - to combine academic studies with research in order for the students to enrich their professional understanding of the cultural heritage and diversity of the Baltic Sea region countries. The main objectives of the bachelor’s degree programme in Finno-Ugric studies have been formulated according to the ...

    Awarding body- University of Latvia

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  7. Bachelor of Humanities in Intercultural Communication (VeA)

    Prepare the intercultural communication specialists with foreign language skills for the work in EU institutions and other international organizations: - who can analyse the situations based on intercultural communication knowledge; - who can solve the issues in multinational company in accordance with the economic, cultural and social needs as well as who can work in high stress situations; - who can communicate at least two or three foreign languages. ...

    Awarding bodyVentspils University College

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  8. Bachelor of Humanities in Philology (Baltic Philology) (LU)

    - To master the compulsory and compulsory optional courses in Baltic philology; - To master the research methods in philology and develop basic research skills; - To master and develop skills of analytical and critical thinking and argumentation. The aim of the programme is to preserve national cultural values and ensure their further development by training specialists of high academic  and scientific qualifications in Latvian linguistics, Literary science, Folkloristics, Theatre history and Lithuanistics - Bachelors of Humanities who: - have acquired in-depth knowledge of the basic disciplines of Baltic Philology - the modern Latvian language, history of Latvian literature, Latvian folklore, the Lithuanian language and history  and theory of theatre; - are capable of continuing their studies in Master study programmes in humanities (in the programme of Baltic Philology, Baltic Sea region studies, Cultural and social anthropology, etc.) Tasks of the Programme in Baltic Philology are as follows: - to provide basic knowledge in basic disciplines of Baltic philology - the modern Latvian language, history of Latvian literature, Latvian folklore, the Lithuanian language and history  and theory of theatre; - to develop skills of analytical and critical thinking as well as argumentation skills; - to develop the correlation between theoretical knowledge and its practical application. The outcome of the studies in the Programme is highly qualified specialists with Bachelor degrees who are: - capable of applying ...

    Awarding body- University of Latvia

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  9. Bachelor of Humanities in Philology (Classical Philology) (LU)

    - to study Latin and Ancient Greek, to learn about the ancient civilization, the beginning and foundation of the European culture; - to master skills of work with original texts – to understand, translate and analyze ancient texts from the point of view of content and language. To be able to view the ancient text as a historic evidence –a part of the process of ancient literature connected with the ancient history, development of culture and philosophical thinking; - to develop and defend the term paper and the Bachelor’s thesis (10 credit points) and to pass the final examinations. Classical Philology bachelor programme goals: - to provide students with an opportunity to know the origins and the basis of modern European cultural space –  the ancient cultural environment, as well as to appreciate its heritage and continuity in the modern world, to use their knowledge for the interpretation of modern cultural processes; - to ensure, at the bachelor study programme level, the competences that qualify the academic bachelor for further studies in the humanities master's programmes. Classical Philology bachelor programme objectives: - to arouse students’ interest in Classical Philology, complementing the range of courses of the basic classical philology branches –  literature and linguistics –  with other core areas of ancient cultural environment (ancient philosophy, Ancient Greek and Roman history, history of ancient art); - to provide students with wider opportunities in the labour market by offering to s ...

    Awarding body- University of Latvia

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  10. Bachelor of Humanities in Philology (English Philology) (LU)

    - to acquire the compulsory courses, which comprise the field-specific courses of English Philology; to work out and present a bachelor thesis (10 CP). The bachelor thesis is student’s independent research, testifying to his/her acquisition of theoretical, practical knowledge and methodological skills in English Philology. The primary goals of English Philology BSP are to develop the graduates: - academic competency and to ensure the acquisition of up-to-date theoretical knowledge and research skills in English philology. This enables the graduates to become experts in English philology by having acquired basic comprehensive, factual, theoretical knowledge and practical skills envisaged by the BSP with specific reference to the fields of literature, culture and linguistics and their relevant sub-fields. - functional flexibility, the skill of relevance to their further professional development of cultural, literary and linguistic understanding, and transferable to a wide range of professional local and international contexts in the labour market. This prepares the graduates for different careers in the public and private sector, e.g. public administration, general administration and management, non-governmental organizations and private companies, including publishing, editing, management of cultural and political organizations, public relations, research, teaching, translation. - independent and critical thinking and creativity as an intrinsic part of an intense learning experience and analytical and resear ...

    Awarding body- University of Latvia

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia

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