Study opportunities  

Study opportunities

Slavic Studies

Degrees

Master of Arts (M.A.)

Requirements

Bachelor degree in Eastern Slavic Studies, Western Slavic Studies or teaching qualification for high schools or middle schools in Russian, Polish or Czech or bachelor degree in Slavic Studies with the major foci Eastern, Western or Southern Slavic or successful completion of six Slavic modules commensurate with the recommendations for the elective area as part of a bachelor degree, in which four modules must be allocated to the fields of linguistics, literature and/or cultural history

Description

Slavic Studies is one of the more recent philologies concerned with living languages. The programme comprises the Slavonic linguistics, literature and cultural history required for a master degree, together with intercultural communication based on the acquisition of relevant linguistic ability. During the first semester, the programme introduces students to early history and Old Church Slavic as the joint basis of the Slavic languages, literatures and cultures. In parallel, the area of study is extended to the language and culture of another region. Students can choose between Eastern Slavic Russian, Western Slavic Polish or Czech and South Slavic Bulgarian or Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian. During the rest of the programme, the focus is on the chosen languages, literatures and cultures of the present and on modern academic theories describing them, particularly on a comparative basis. Students are recommended to spend a lengthy period in a region where one of the Slavic languages being studied is spoken.

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last update: 24.10.2017 

Academic Advisor

Prof.Dr.habil. Danuta Rytel-Schwarz (Master)
phone: +49 341 97-37476
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Dr. phil. Christa Lüdtke (Master)
phone: +49 341 97-37465
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Prof.Dr.phil. Birgit Harreß (Master)
phone: +49 341 97-37452
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Contact

Faculty of Philology

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