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  1. Lithuanian literature

    Future holders of a master’s degree in Lithuanian literature study Biblical images and images of antiquity in Lithuanian literature, methodology of literary science, methodology of the humanities, literary philosophy, modern and avant-garde paradigms, etc. Professional training is not planned. This Lithuanian literature programme is intended for individuals who have acquired a bachelor’s degree and would like to earn a master’s degree in Lithuanian literature. ...

    Provider NameVilnius University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  2. Applied English Linguistics

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The aim of the programme is to: - educate highly qualified specialists who possess comparative knowledge and assessment skills of two languages and cultures — English and Lithuanian — and are able to apply the acquired knowledge in work in academic institutions and companies, and various international institutions and projects, especially those institutions and organizations that cooperate with European Union states - educate highly qualified translators who possess knowledge of various principles of English and Lithuanian text production and editing and are able to use modern term-search and automated translation memory systems; - train students for doctoral studies by expanding the range of academic and research topics so that these would include comparative linguistics, translation theory and cross-cultural analysis; Learning outcomes: Graduates of the Applied English Linguistics MA study programme will be able to: - apply current concepts from translation theory and practice in analyzing and translating English and Lithuanian texts of different functional styles and genres; - develop the skills needed to work with specialized texts (business, legal, academic, etc.), to choose appropriate translation strategies for dealing with such texts; - use automated translation programmes and corpus lexicography; - apply the current theories related to issues in literary translation; - use their knowledge and understanding of intercultural research; develop the skills needed ...

    Provider NameVytautas Magnus University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  3. Applied Lithuanian Linguistics

    Objective(s) of a study programme: Learning outcomes: Activities of teaching and learning: Teaching activities: description, explanation, demonstration, consultation, projects, case-studies, feed-back. Learning activities: individual work, discussions, work in groups, research projects. Methods of assessment of learning achievements: Written final examination, assessment of individual and group work Specialisations: - Optional courses: - Distinctive features of a study programme: - ...

    Provider NameVytautas Magnus University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  4. Classical philology

    The curriculum for MA in Classical Philology includes the following core disciplines: Archaic and Classical Greece: Basic Problems, Roman Literature in the Republic Period, Hellenistic World: History, Literature and Culture, Roman Literature and Culture in the Early Empire, Roman Literature (2nd-5th c.), Latin Literature of Renaissance, Ancient Aesthetics and Art Theory, Political Thought in Antiquity, Research Work, MA Thesis. ...

    Provider NameVilnius University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  5. English Studies

    The second-cycle interdisciplinary English Studies Programme covers three aspects of study: literatures written in the English language, English linguistics and culture of English-speaking countries, mainly the United Kingdom, Canada, USA and Ireland. The three components are interrelated; however, students are provided with an array of optional courses, which helps them narrow down their area of study to one aspect if they are inclined to do so. The programme is offered for those who have an interest in English culture, literature and language studies and have completed their first-cycle university studies. The literary studies courses offer interactive lectures and seminars in British, American, Canadian, Irish, and post-colonial literature. The component of English linguistics includes an array of courses in contemporary linguistics: semantics, contrastive grammar, discourse analysis, corpus linguistics, cognitive linguistics, etc. Many of them include a contrastive parameter of study. The common area of interest shared by the literary and linguistics courses is cultural studies. ...

    Provider NameVilnius University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  6. Business German and Communication

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The interdisciplinary study programme aims at preparing German philology specialists a) who understand links between humanities, social sciences, and philology and are able to apply interdisciplinary research methods in practice; b) who know German and Lithuanian economic, financial, and legal systems, understand principles of international business and intercultural communication and who acquire a broad range of written and verbal communication skills necessary for business communication with German speaking countries; c) who are aware of genres, structure, and terminology of business and legal texts in German and Lithuanian; d) who know most recent technologies of text and are able to systemize job-related terminology. Learning outcomes: Graduates of the MA study programme will be able: 1. To describe links between humanities, social sciences, and philology, to compare different research methods as well as to evaluate possibilities of their application; 2. To explain the peculiarities of German and Lithuanian economic, financial, and legal systems; 3. To characterize genres, structure, and terminology of business and legal texts in German and Lithuanian, as well as the main principles of text analysis and translation; 4. To give an overview on several text technologies and principles of systemizing business terminology; 5. To apply research methods of philology and social science for analyzing Business German and intercultural business communication; 6. To understand specifi ...

    Provider NameVytautas Magnus University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  7. French philology

    Būsimieji prancūzų filologijos magistrai studijuoja bendrąją kalbotyrą, kalbos filosofiją, šiuolaikinių prancūzų autorių kalbinę raišką, moderniąją psichologiją, sociolingvistiką, naujausias lingvistines teorijas, šiuolaikinę didaktiką ir kt. Future holders of a master’s degree in French philology study general linguistics, the philosophy of language, the linguistic expression of French authors, modern psychology, sociolinguistics, the latest linguistic theories, modern didactics, etc. Practical training is organized in two stages: work in laboratories, centres, and computer classrooms of the university and investigative training in educational and scientific institutions. The duration of practical training is 30 weeks. During the training, students familiarize themselves with modern experiments in the French language, they enhance and develop the skills needed for scientific work, and they verify the results of their final master’s degree paper. ...

    Provider NameLithuanian University of Education

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  8. Literature and Press

    To prepare skilled literary researchers working at institutions of scientific research, education, culture, publishing or public communication, analyzing and estimating literary phenomena, developing public literary competence and self-consciousness. Learning outcomes:  1. To name, to define, to interpret and to relate complicated social and cultural conditions of literature making, reception, distribution, usage, and the development of the genres. 2. To explain the press media properties, significance and impact on literary process. 3. To explain and to compare the aims of different disciplines of literary research, the main concepts and theoretic approaches. 4. To analyze and to evaluate the characteristics and functions of particular literary phenomenon, the process or its part and to compare the characteristics of the poetics of different phenomena, aesthetical and ideological attitudes while using creatively suitable instruments, literary theory and the methods of the research. 5. To choose, to apply, to modify and to relate the instruments and methods of modern literary research while analyzing particular literary phenomenon or a part of it. 6. As the answer to the most modern literary processes and changing situation, to formulate original and urgent questions, related to particular literary problem and to solve them reasonably, giving the proofs and conceptualizing the conclusions. 7. To use creatively various suitable sources and technologies for literary research. 8. To apply and rearrange the form an ...

    Provider NameVytautas Magnus University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  9. Translation

    The course in Translation is a two-year study programme. It has been prepared following an examination of the demand for translators/interpreters on the Lithuanian market and in the EU institutions. The subjects on the curriculum have been grouped into 4 modules: translation/interpretation of general texts (1st semester), translation/interpretation of economic texts (2nd semester), translation/interpretation of legal texts (3rd semester) and translation/interpretation of the political and EU-specific texts (4th semester). Furthermore, at the start of the first semester the topic of a Master's thesis is chosen, to be written individually by the student under the guidance of a specialist within the field of research. The content of the basic subjects for translation/interpretation profiles is the same. The difference lies in the specific training in each profile of studies (e.g translation and editing or simultaneous and consecutive interpretation). The study programme is divided into obligatory basic courses, obligatory profile courses and optional courses. The basic courses include Translation Theory, Terminology, Theory of Language for Specific Purposes and research in the field of the chosen theme. The obligatory profile courses fall under Methodology of Translation and Methodology of Interpretation. The optional courses include Literary Translation, Editing, Rhetoric, Business and Legal English and many other subjects. We focus on the practical training of translators and interpreters, on the one hand, and t ...

    Provider NameVilnius University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  10. Lithuanian Comparative Philology

    Objective(s) of a study programme: To prepare Lithuanian philology’s master students - educational and cultural professionals, who are able in a modern Europe context, to demonstrate and promote competencies and continue to develop and apply the ideas of the research context. Learning outcomes: Students will be able to explain the modern conceptual approach to language and cultural problems in the process of historical development; to give new impulses for discussions about Lithuanian identity in Lithuania; to understand philological comparativistics method and use it in theoretical and practical comparative Lithuanian philology scanning; permeated motivation theoretical and practical foundation they will be able to seek for further scientific knowledge – possible (doctoral) studies. Activities of teaching and learning: Lectures, discussions, material abstracting, presentations, teamwork, independent study, reading of educational literature, preparing for mid-term, final exams. Methods of assessment of learning achievements: Knowledge and skills will be assessed in ten – point rating system. Study program and module scores will be evaluated during semester and in mid-term exams. Specialisations: Modern philological research field theory; Philological comparativistics; Cognitive dimention of language and literature; Typology of texts and intertextuality; Reading strategies analysis; Comparative Balic and Scandinavian philology; Conections between Western Europe languages and literature; Intercultural communica ...

    Provider NameLithuanian University of Education

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania

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