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  1. Translation Studies

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The objective of the presented study programme is to enable the students to acquire solid theoretical and practical foundations of Translation Studies, develop the inter-lingual competence of a translator, encompassing the abilities to perceive the systems of the source and target languages, understand the social nature of the language and its development; develop a systemic understanding of the source (LT, EN, FR, PL, RU, etc..) and the target languages (LT, EN), reveal the importance of terminology in translation and the principles of their functioning in the target language, encourage the striving of the students to develop a critical and creative approach towards a translation task, the principles of text creation, writing and presentation, maintain the principles of self-assessment both in relation to independent work and any general tasks related to translation practice. Learning outcomes: Upon the completion of the programme the students will have acquired theoretical and practical knowledge of translation to be applied in written translation from the first foreign language into Lithuanian and from Lithuanian into the first foreign language, also from the second foreign language into Lithuanian. Furthermore the students will have developed the translation and the inter-lingual competences and the skills encompassing the relevant competences: to understand, analyse and assess the systems of the source and the target languages; analyse and assess the nature and the devel ...

    Provider NameVilnius University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  2. Computational Linguistics

    Būsimieji lingvistikos bakalaurai studijuoja šiuolaikinę kalbotyrą, programavimą, kompiuterinį vertimą, kalbos sintezę, mokosi analizuoti lietuvių kalbą taikant informacines technologijas, modeliuoti, kurti, taikyti kalbos technologijas. Praktikos metu susipažįstama su pagrindiniais kalbos technologijų kūrimo principais ir priemonėmis, sukuriamas kalbos technologijų produktas. Kompiuterinės lingvistikos studijų programa skirta asmenims, siekiantiems tapti lingvistikos bakalaurais. Yra galimybė studijuoti gretutinės informacinių technologijų studijų krypties dalykus. Baigusiajam suteikiamas lingvistikos ir informacinių technologijų bakalauro kvalifikacinis laipsnis. ...

    Provider NameKaunas University of Technology

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  3. Applied Foreign Languages

    Būsimieji vertėjai studijuoja bendruosius koleginių studijų dalykus: vadybos pagrindus, teisės pagrindus, krypties dalykus: verslo užsienio kalbą, komunikacinę užsienio kalbą, užsienio kalbos gramatiką, vertimą žodžiu, vertimą raštu, informacines technologijas, socialinę psichologiją ir tyrimų metodologiją ir kt. Studentai turi galimybę studijuoti ir antrąją užsienio kalbą bei antrąją taikomąją užsienio kalbą ir praplėsti įsidarbinimo galimybes. Iš viso studijuojami 24 dalykai. Praktinės studijos vyksta penkiais etapais: pažintinė praktika, vertėjo asistento praktika, vertimo praktika, vertimo ir redagavimo praktika, visuminė praktika. Praktinių studijų trukmė 20 savaičių.. Jų metu įtvirtinamos ir tobulinamos specialybės teorinės žinios, praktiniai vertimo ir redagavimo įgūdžiai ir gebėjimai. Studijų programa baigiama baigiamuoju darbu. Baigusiajam suteikiamas vertimo profesinio bakalauro kvalifikacinis laipsnis ...

    Provider NameMarijampole College

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  4. Lithuanian linquistics

    The MA study programme in Lithuanian Linguistics comprises the synchronic and diachronic discipline units. The synchronic unit consists of the following courses: General Linguistics, Semantics, Linguistic Pragmatics, and Typology of Languages. The diachronic unit involves such courses as Lithuanian Historical Grammar (Phonetics and Morphology), Dialectology and the History of Language, Historical Syntax, Comparative Grammar of the Indo-European Languages. The variation of Lithuanian Linguistics run at Kaunas Faculty of Humanities: the programme consists of the unit that covers courses in general linguistic methodologies (e.g. Semantics and Pragmatics, Sociolinguistics, Cognitive Linguistics, etc.) and the one that involves courses in the Lithuanian linguistics (e.g. Lithuanian Pragmatic Stylistics, Onomastics, Etymology, Lithuanian Word Formation, The Indo-European Languages and Lithuanian). The connections between the units are defined in terms of macro- and microlinguistics. The interior web uniting the courses is made up by the semasiological interaction between language and society. Practice is not scheduled. ...

    Provider NameVilnius University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  5. Lithuanian phylology and promotion

    The concept of the study programme Lithuanian Philology and Advertising is the blend of the classical Lithuanian philology and the modern domain of advertising discourse and media. The undergraduates of Lithuanian Philology and Advertising are trained in various literary and linguistic disciplines; (e.g., Text Interpretation, Current Issues in the Lithuanian Literature, Standard Lithuanian, The Culture of the Lithuanian Language Usage and Stylistics); interdisciplinary courses which help to develop the students' practical skills in verbal and non-verbal expression in advertising, creative competencies, estimation of social and psychological impact on society (e.g., The Language of Negotiation Advertising and Propaganda, Aesthetics and Design of Advertising); computer literacy (e. g., Computer Publishing Systems); social sciences (e. g, Cultural Project Management); general disciplines (e.g., Commercial and Copyright Law). The fourth year of studies involves 12 week (480 hours) of professional practice. The students are provided with an opportunity to get acquainted with the work in publishing houses, editorial offices of diverse media, advertising agencies, cultural institutions, etc. thus putting the theoretical knowledge gained at the university as well as their philological and advertising skills into practice. ...

    Provider NameVilnius University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  6. Lithuanian linquistics

    Future holders of Master's degree in Philology, study Courses and Methods of Linguistics, Ethno-linguistics, History of the Baltic Languages, Historical Lithuanian Dialectology, Phraseology of the Lithuanian Language, Basics of Semasiology, Pragmatic Stylistics, Theoretical Principles of Terminology, Old Lithuanian Writings. The study programme of Lithuanian Language Linguistics is intended for people having a Bachelor's degree in Lithuanian Philology, Lithuanian Philology and a Foreign Language or adequate higher education and seeking to become qualified specialists of Lithuanian language linguistics, perform scientific or other work, related with linguistics and requiring high qualification (editors in publishing houses, language managers in municipalities, newspapers' editorial offices, journalists in radio and television stations, etc.) ...

    Provider NameSiauliai University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  7. Lithuanian Philology

    Future Bachelor's degree holders in Lithuanian Philology study 51 subject: general education (basics of philosophy, speciality foreign language, history of culture, etc.), subjects of study basics (introduction to language studies, general linguistics, introduction to the Balts' philology, contemporary Lithuanian, methods of scientific research, Latin, history of antique and world's literature, introduction to literature science, basics of aesthetics, history of Lithuanian literature, basics of ethnic culture, folklore), special (professional) subjects (academic writing and rhetoric, the Lithuanian language culture, dialectology, text linguistics and poetics, Latvian philology, theory of literature, analysis of literary text, children's literature, etc.). Practical studies are organized in the following ways: workshops, practices, individual and group work. The duration of practical studies - 400 hours. The study programme of Lithuanian Philology is intended for people having secondary education. ...

    Provider NameSiauliai University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  8. Lithuanian philology and Finish

    A person who has acquired a degree in philology should: - Be able to analyze information about Lithuanian philology, use the methodological skills of the humanitarian sciences, use Finnish, and translate various types of simple texts. - Know the system of modern Lithuanian; origin, evolution and prospects of Lithuanian; Lithuanian and world literature; and the system and peculiarities of usage of Finnish. - Be able to analyze texts accurately and carefully and communicate and cooperate positively. ...

    Provider NameKlaipeda University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  9. Lithuanian philology and Swedish

    A person who has acquired a degree in philology should: - Be able to analyze information about Lithuanian philology, use the methodological skills of the humanitarian sciences, use Swedish, and translate various types of simple texts. - Know the system of modern Lithuanian; origin, evolution and prospects of Lithuanian; Lithuanian and world literature; and the system and peculiarities of usage of Swedish. - Be able to analyze texts accurately and carefully and communicate and cooperate positively. ...

    Provider NameKlaipeda University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  10. Lithuanian philology and theatre directing

    A person who has acquired a degree in philology should: - Be able to analyze information about Lithuanian philology, use the methodological skills of the humanitarian sciences, analyze and assess information about and evolution of theatrical culture, educate young people through theatre, and interpret and realize literary works on stage. - Know the system of modern Lithuanian, origin and evolution of Lithuanian, Lithuanian and world literature, and concept of Lithuanian national theatre in the context of world theatre. - Be able to analyze texts accurately and carefully and communicate and cooperate positively. ...

    Provider NameKlaipeda University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania

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