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  1. Bachelor of Humanities in Philology (French Philology) (LU)

    - to engage in in-depth studies of Romance and Germanic (German) languages; - to study the theories of Romance and Germanic linguistics: - theoretical knowledge regarding different directions of research in Romance and Germanic linguistics, particular branches and subbranches of Romance and Germanic linguistics; - to acquire knowledge of the literature, culture, art, geography and history of the states where Romance and Germanic languages are spoken; - to acquire basic knowledge of philosophy, economics, law and diplomacy; - to develop knowledge and skills necessary for teaching a foreign language; - to develop skills and competences necessary for translating as a profession; - to carry out an independent work of research (10 credit points) in the chosen branch of Romance and German studies and compile the obtained results in a bachelor thesis, which must meet the requirements for a scholarly publication. The aim of BSP in French philology is: - to prepare competent and competitive state and private structure Romance and German language specialists in compliance with the demands set for the bachelor level, who understand the Romance and German state milieu and can use the acquired language and culture knowledge and skills, as well as practical skills in translating, Romance and German language didactics in an integrated way, working in Latvia, other parts of Europe and elsewhere; - to prepare wide-ranging specialists who can continue their studies in the professional study programmes, as well as academ ...

    Awarding body- University of Latvia

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  2. Bachelor of Humanities in Philology (German Philology) (LU)

    - to acquire an in-depth theoretical knowledge of the German philology and to develop research skills and aptitude; - to master advanced skills of use of research methodology, to carry out independent research and develop the Bachelor's thesis (10 credit points); - to master courses for the amount of 24 credit points in the selected study field.   The goals of the academic education in German philology are to give an opportunity to obtain academic undergraduate education (a three-year BSP, state- or self-funded) and qualification – a Bachelor of Arts degree in German Philology to prepare programme graduates for further studies in MSP GPh and other related study programs and/or capable of successful integrating into the job market, and having proficiency-level German competences and an academic background in German linguistics, literature, cultural studies as well as second foreign language competences combined with corresponding linguistic and background knowledge. In order to fulfill these general and German studies specific aims of BSP GPh the main tasks are as follows: - to increase and deepen empirical knowledge within the chosen study programme (at lectures and seminars in linguistics, literature, culture and regional studies); - to maintain and improve profound knowledge of the German language (within language and regional studies courses, as well as translation seminars); - to develop students’ receptive and productive skills pertaining to academic education (special attention is given to seminars ...

    Awarding body- University of Latvia

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  3. Bachelor of Humanities in Philology (LiepU)

    Study Program Objectives: - to create opportunities for students to acquire basic academic education and Bachelor’s degree of Humanities in Philology; to provide opportunities for getting ready for independent professional activity in those fields where competences in the Baltic languages or literature and culture are required; - to promote scientific-analytical skills and research abilities in the chosen branches and sub-branches of science (Baltic linguistics or literary science, folklore studies) as well as interdisciplinary research skills. Attainable Study Results: After completion of general basic courses in the humanities students acquire basic knowledge, develop their skills and abilities in all branches of science included in the programme (linguistics, literary science, folklore studies, culturology). The choice the study field (or specialisation) results in developing different competencies: the studies of literature and culture result in mastering academic research skills in literary science and folklore studies as well as the required competencies in literary and culture criticism. ...

    Awarding body- Liepaja University

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  4. Bachelor of Humanities in Philology (RA)

    There has been acquired knowledge of history of literature, literary studies, linguistics, and related sciences (philosophy, communication theory) to facilitate philological discourse and independent solution; - there have been developed scientific and research skills by studying the most topical issues of the relevant region and applying the latest methodologies of philology, communication theory and computer-linguistic basic skills; - there has been given a motivation for further education and continuation of philological education obtaining master's degree or having studies in relevant professional sphere. ...

    Awarding body- Rezekne Higher Education Institution

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  5. Bachelor of Humanities in Philology (Russian Philology) (LU)

    - to obtain knowledge of history and theory of Russian literature, history and theory of the Russian language; - to master the basic knowledge of linguistics and literary science; - to study the basics of other Slavonic languages; - to develop and successfully defend a course paper in Russian (Slavonic) linguistics and a course paper in literary science; - to develop and defend the Bachelor's thesis for the amount of 10 credit points.  The goals of the BA programme in Russian Philology are the following; - to secure for students the possibility to become acquainted with the modern and historical humanitarian heritage of the Russian world, as well as with its meaning in the world’s heritage; - to acquire the Russian language, literature, culture; to train the qualified, competitive professionals in the sphere of Russian philology, and to secure the competences appropriate for the BA level of studies in order to make the students qualified to continue the studies in the humanitarian MA programmes. The tasks of the BA programme in Russian Philology are the following: - to make students interested in Russian philology, elaborating the courses in basic areas of study – literary studies and linguistics – with the courses in criticism and public journalism; - to broaden students’ opportunities at the job market, providing the possibility to learn alongside Russian one more Slavic language and a foreign language; - to motivate students to continue the studies in the MA programmes in Russian Philology.     Kn ...

    Awarding body- University of Latvia

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  6. Bachelor of Linguistics

    Access to professional activity: The graduate can work in various industrial, governmental, non-governmental, education and culture, health, voluntary organisations and bodies, where good knowledge of English, skills of professional work with a variety of genres and styles of oral or written text, and specific education in language of new media are required, as well as seek a career and work in communications, public relations, publishing, e. publishing, e. business, e. marketing, advertising, media design, translation, marketing and project work areas. Access to further study: The graduate has access to the second cycle studies. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Lithuania
  7. Bachelor's Degree in Balkan, Slavic and Oriental Studies. Pathways: a) Balkan Studies, b) Eastern Studies, c) Oriental Studies. Department of Balkan, Slavic and Oriental Studies. School of Economic and Regional Studies. University of Macedonia.

    Knowledge: A) Basic knowledge on economics, law, and social sciences. B) Good knowledge of Russian or Turkish language, and basic knowledge of another Balkan or Slavic or Eastern language. C) Knowledge of the social and economic history, of cultural differences, and of modern economic-social developments in the Balkan countries, of East Europe, and of the Near East. D) Specialised economic, bank, and financial knowledge for the business and investment operations in the Balkans, in the East Europe, and in the Near East. Skills: Competence of working within an international environment, awareness about the problems of intercultural communication, adaptability to foreign labour conditions. Competences: Use of the knowledge on the scientific developments and capacity of practical use and work based on the knowledge on issues related to the modern financial, social, and political state of play in the Balkans, in East Europe, and in the Near East. ...

    Awarding bodyUniversity of Macedonia

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece
  8. Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration. Track in Business Administration. Advanced study tracks: a) Business Administration, b) Applied Foreign Languages in Management and Economics. Department of Business Ad

    a) The graduates of the Department of Business Administration with Direction Business Administration hold the necessary scientific and technological knowledge, skills and competences to take effective administrative decisions, methods, and operating tools, and work in businesses, organisations, and services of the private and public sector. b) The graduates of the Department of Business Administration, with direction Applied Foreign Languages in Management and Economics hold the following scientific and technological knowledge, skills, and competences:1) Participate in the organization and administration of businesses and organisations operating at an international scale, as well as in the coordination of their business activities. 2) Communicate, across different cultures, in writing and orally, within the context of any business or operational communication with the purpose of achieving a specific business or operational objective, advancing the extroversion of the Greek economy. 3) Participate in the administration and utilisation of human resources of the businesses and organisations that are internationally active or which personnel that consists of persons of different cultural background. 4) Conduct or participate in international negotiations. ...

    Awarding bodyTechnological Educational Institute of Epirus

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece
  9. Bachelor's degree in Chinese studies (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: recognise and actively use around 6,000 Chinese characters in both traditional and simplified form,  express themselves autonomously in speech and writing,  translate literary, technical and specialist texts from Chinese to Slovene, consecutively interpret from Chinese to Slovene and vice versa. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  10. Bachelor's degree in comparative linguistics and... (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: undertake professional work in the field of comparative linguistics, demonstrate knowledge of the basic principles of the comparative method and reconstruction, demonstrate knowledge of fundamental linguistic concepts, demonstrate understanding of and describe linguistic phenomena from the point of view of diachronic development, with knowledge of the historical background of Indo-European languages, demonstrate autonomous understanding of general linguistic issues, and analyse them, use the techniques of the comparative method and reconstruction for etymological purposes, demonstrate knowledge of the rudiments of all major Indo-European languages, both living and dead, and locate them in time and space, understand and translate easier texts in any language of the Indo-European family using basic aids (dictionary, descriptive grammar), quickly learn any Indo-European language. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia