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  1. English for New Media

    Objective(s) of the study programme: To prepare a professional capable of fulfilling the following tasks: Learning outcomes: Graduates will acquire the following subject area knowledge and skills to be able to: communicate fluently in (general, professional and media) English – both orally and in writing – in vairious communicative situations and settings; prepare oral and written communication messages and presentations in English; create and edit various types of spoken and written text in English; analyse and interpret tetxs of different styles and genres; quickly grasp the meaning of documents and texts written in English in order to summarise them in English and/or Lithuanian; translate general and professional texts (e.g. advertisments and factsheets, presentations, journalist articles, scripts of TV and radio programmes, etc.); apply the language standards of general and professional English and Lithuanian when translating, summarising and creating texts; apply their knowledge of translation theory, types and methods, as well as similarities and differences between of their first language and English; use modern translation tools and technologies to translate texts; be aware of peculiarities of various cultures and apply this knowledge when communicating and cooperating in international teams; network with foreign partners; represent their organisation at events (exhibitions, trade fairs, presentations, etc.) as well as in online media; be aware of the work processes and peculiarities of the media in a ...

    Provider NameVilnius Business College, Public Institution, Contact address Kalvarijų g. 125

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  2. Religion pedagogy and psychology

    Future bachelors of religion sciences, teachers of Catholic religion study dogmatic theology, moral theology, introduction to the Holy Scripture, new religiousness, history of religions, etc. Practical studies are divided into two phases: cognitive practice of catechetics and practice of catechetics at school. Duration of the practical studies is 400 h. During these studies students acquire skills of teaching religion classes and organizing extracurricular activities as well as abilities to creatively solve educational tasks. They learn to teach different types of classes of the subject of religion while applying advanced methods of education, to plan and organize educational work and to conduct after-school events. Future bachelors of pedagogy study: introduction to psychology, developmental psychology, social psychology, pedagogical psychology, personality psychology, psychological consultation and other subjects. Observation of schoolchildren and educational process, development of psychology teaching skills, cooperation with specialists of other spheres and other abilities are strengthened during practice. The program of studies of religious pedagogy and psychology is applicable to those who have a secondary education and seek to become teachers of Catholic religion and psychology teachers. ...

    Provider NameKlaipeda University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  3. Sociolinguistics and Multilingualism

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The international master in Sociolinguistics and Multilingualism is an international master degree program which will provide an internationally selected body of degree students, motivated to understand and experience Europe, with high-level professional qualifications for conducting research and for job situations that require expertise in the fields of language policies, minority issues and the linguistic and cultural diversity of the EU within and across the member states. The international master in Sociolinguistics and Multilingualism is a research-based and research-oriented study program. It pays special attention to mediating profound theoretical knowledge in the field of sociolinguistics and to developing the students’ academic argumentation skills and their methodological preparedness of conducting research on a wide array of multilingualism topics, including questions of language policies and supporting the maintenance of minority and immigrant languages. Learning outcomes: Generic competences involve the following skills and abilities: — Critical and self-critical thinking: ability to think in scientific terms, to identify and to formulate a problem and/or to raise an issue, to address it with appropriate information and methodology, to provide solid argumentation and to arrive at a valid conclusion. — Working autonomously, designing strategies and managing time: ability to organise complex efforts, integrating the results of diverse studies and analyses and produc ...

    Provider NameVytautas Magnus University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  4. English for Business Communication

    In order to achieve the objectives set in the study programme, study subjects have been divided into three parts: general study subjects that aim to develop the student's general abilities; English Philology study field subjects necessary to gain a professional bachelor's degree in English, including internship periods; the final internship and preparation of the final thesis; subjects of the student's own choice. The main study subjects are: Modern English, Professional English, The Study of Language subjects (Phonetics, Lexicology and Semantics, Grammar (Morphology and Syntax), Writing, Business Writing and Text Editing, Cross-cultural Business Communication, Translation Theory and Practice, Integrated Business Studies, and the second foreign language. The student's practical competences are developed during internship periods. There are three internships planned that will take place both at the College and in other companies and organisations: Business Organisation Internship at a simulator company (6 weeks), Company-based Translation Internship (8 weeks), and the Final Internship (6 weeks). ...

    Provider NameVilnius Co-operative College, Public Institution

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  5. Cultural Heritage and Tourism

    General Description: Objective(s) of a study programme: The aim of the programme is to train specialists in the field of cultural heritage providing them with broad university education, knowledge and understanding of heritage resources and their application for the needs of contemporary society, particularly, the field of tourism, as well as with competences to carry out research work and apply its results in practice, and the ability to act in a dynamic professional environment. Learning outcomes: • Knowledge of the heritage resources and ability for their independent identification (focused on Belarus in a broader regional and world perspective); • Knowledge of the basic theories on heritage and ability to apply them in research; • Knowledge of the tourism field and its relation to the heritage resources; • Knowledge of foreign languages and ability to use them in the professional field; • Knowledge of IT and ability to use it in the professional field. • Ability to conduct independent basic scientific research (to define objectives and tasks, to apply adequate research methods, to collect data, to formulate reasoned conclusions); • Ability to propose practical application of research results; • Ability to understand various research methods, strategies and perspectives, as well as results of research works carried out earlier and to assess their reliability. • Comprehension of the professional field in the context of humanities and social sciences; • Ability to present (in writing and orally) results and co ...

    Provider NameEuropean Humanities University, Public Institution

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  6. Historical and Cultural Heritage

    General Description: Objective(s) of a study programme: The aim of the programme is to educate qualified specialists in the field of heritage studies with the focus on cultural history and ethnology who are able to conduct independent scientific research and possess competencies of applying the result of their research in practice, as well as competencies to provide expert recommendations in a certain field of cultural heritage and to independently act in a dynamic professional environment. Learning outcomes: • Knowledge of theories of heritage and heritage protection, knowledge of heritage application practices; ability to explain heritage processes and to provide conceptual and practical suggestions concerning heritage preservation and use. • Knowledge of tangible and intangible heritage; knowledge of historiography and methodology of scientific research in this field; ability to recognise (identify) types of heritage and heritage objects and to assess them from the perspective of heritage preservation. • Knowledge in the field of heritage application and use for the needs of the contemporary society; ability to determine the type of research for certain heritage application tasks (to develop programmes/projects in this field). • Ability to identify the topic and hypothesis of research, and to determine the required research methods; • Ability to conduct complex research by applying methods used in humanities (focusing on history, ethnology and anthropology), as well as collecting, systemising, analysing and ...

    Provider NameEuropean Humanities University, Public Institution

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  7. Philosophy

    Būsimieji filosofijos bakalaurai studijuoja šiuos dalykus: filosofijos propedeutiką, antikinę filosofiją, viduramžių filosofiją, naujųjų amžių filosofiją, XIX ir XX amžių filosofiją, formaliąją ir taikomąją logiką, taikomąją etiką, šiuolaikinę socialinę filosofiją, politikos filosofiją, religijos filosofiją, kalbos filosofiją, istorijos filosofiją, filosofinę antropologiją, estetiką, filosofijos didaktiką, graikų ir lotynų kalbas ir kt. IV ir V semestruose studentai rašo pasirinkta tema kursinį darbą, o VII semestre rašo ir gina baigiamąjį darbą. Trečiaisiais studijų metais (6 semestras) studentai atlieka 405 val. praktiką: Užsienio reikalų ministerijoje, Kauno savivaldybėje, Lietuvos žmogaus teisių centre, Lietuvos Respublikos Seime, Viešųjų pirkimų tarnyboje. Programą baigęs ir universalų išsilavinimą įgijęs filosofijos bakalauras galės tęsti studijas MRU teisės ir valdymo, bioteisės, edukologijos, politikos mokslų ir kai kuriose kitose magistrantūros programose. ...

    Provider NameMykolas Romeris University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  8. History of Europe

    Major subjects: introduction to the study of the history of Europe, European pre-history, ancient history, history of Western Europe (Middle Ages; 16th-18th centuries; 19th-early 21st centuries), history of Central and Eastern Europe (Middle Ages; 16th-18th centuries; 19th-early 21st centuries), history of Northern Europe (until the 17th century; 19th-early 21st century), Lithuania in Europe (until the 17th century; 19th-early 21st century), Latin, foreign language, philosophy of history, theory and methodology of history, history of European art and architecture, history of European law, history of European diplomacy, history of European colonialism, history of the European Union and the EU institutions. Practices: archaeological (source study and/or interpretation) practice (2 weeks), museum or archival practice in the major museums and archives in Vilnius (2 weeks), Euro-practice in the institutions related to the EU activities (2 weeks). ...

    Provider NameLithuanian University of Education

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  9. Musicology

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The purpose of Musicology Study program is to prepare musicologists practitioners, experts of music involved in the cultural life of the country, who are able to analyze and to assess music and its phenomena in historical, theoretical, cultural and social aspects, and to present issues of musical life in the context of changing means of communication and social environment. Learning outcomes: Students graduated from this study program will be able: To think analytically and critically. To work and to learn individually in regard to continuous changes of musical creation, science and cultural life. To search for the information in various sources, to process, to analyze, to systemize and to interpret it originally. To express thoughts smoothly, and to reason them and to represent publicly. To use theoretical and historical knowledge effectively, revealing the principles of music development and its stylistic variety. To carry out a professional research of musical creation or phenomena and to choose the proper form to present research results. Will know the forms of musicological activity and will be able to use theoretical knowledge in practical professional activity. To participate in musical life actively, to promote musical culture in society. Activities of teaching and learning: Lectures in groups, seminars, training, practicum, practice, observation and analysis, scientific literature studies, independent work, professional practice, preparation of a research. Methods of ...

    Provider NameLithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  10. Archaeology

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The aim of the Programme is to train qualified specialists who have knowledge and understanding of the past (people and their heritage, including cultural and biological aspects in a complex way) in the perspective of archaeological science, as well as have competences to carry out an investigation according to the requirements set by archaeological science taking into consideration ethic and professional, historical and social, theoretical and methodological contexts and who are able to act in a dynamic professional environment. Learning outcomes: 1. the student knows and understands the general development of archaeological science and understands a specific area of archaeological scientific research in detail; 2. the student knows methods of archaeological field research and is able to apply them in practice; 3. the student knows interpretational approaches of different archaeological fields, understands the results of different investigation fields and is able to explain them; 4. the student understands problems of archaeological cultural heritage conservation, the role of archaeological science in modern society, the spheres of public responsibility of an archaeologist; 5. the student knows and understands biology of a human being and animals – biological evolution, ontogenesis, biological diversity, their biological and cultural aspects; has knowledge of research possibilities into individual life course of humans and animals, understands modelling of the populations an ...

    Provider NameVilnius University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania

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