Eastern Slavic Studies, Russian Studies, full-time, second cycle programme (S2-SSW-ROS)
(in Polish: Studia nad słowiańszczyzną wschodnią, filologia rosyjska, stacjonarne, drugiego stopnia)
second cycle programme
full-time, 2-year studies
Language: Polish, Russian
No description for the programme.
Access to further studies:
Description of the specialisation:
Full-time second cycle studies:
Specialisation: Russian philology offered as part of East Slavic studies is a field of education within the humanities. The syllabus includes structured, advanced and detailed knowledge of the literature, language, culture and social life of Russia in the past and in the present with an emphasis on their contribution to European cultural heritage. The individual issues presented are grounded in a theoretical knowledge of general humanities, particularly of a comparative character. The graduate shall have a knowledge of Russian culture and of both spoken and written Russian corresponding to the C2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
Learning outcomes of the syllabus.
1) the graduate has an advanced knowledge of the connections between Russian philology and other disciplines in the humanities, allowing them to integrate research perspectives
2) the graduate knows selected issues concerning Russian, Polish and West European connections with respect to literature and culture
3) the graduate has an advanced knowledge of the complex nature of human languages, particularly of the Russian language in comparison with other Slavic languages
4) the graduate has an advanced knowledge of the cultural institutions and the current cultural life of Russia as well as its social factors
5) the graduate has language skills in spoken and written Russian corresponding to the C2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
6) the graduate can on the basis of the information gained about the Russian language, culture and literature formulate their own conclusions in professional settings
7) the graduate knows and understands advanced methods of the analysis, interpretation and evaluation of verbal and non-verbal works of culture, particularly those of Russian culture
8) the graduate understands the notions of cultural prejudice and stereotype and is able to overcome them.
9) the graduate is able to expand their knowledge and take steps to start and manage their professional career
Study load - the number of semesters and ECTS points.
4 semesters, 120 ECTS points
The syllabi meet all relevant standards.
The legal basis of the glottodidactic module (offered as an elective course) is the Regulation of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of 17 January 2012 on the standards of education for preparing to enter the teaching profession.
Number of ECTS points awarded for the fundamental courses, practical courses and elective courses
Fundamental courses: 92
Practical courses: 28
Elective courses: 68
The Institute of Russian Studies at the University of Warsaw offers practical teacher training only within the glottodidactic module, which a student can do voluntarily (the decision to choose this module depends on the interests of the student in question). The graduate will be able undertake the professional duties (teaching, educating and caring) of a teacher. Glottodidactic module: 12 ECTS points including: Teaching practice in secondary schools: 2 ECTS points (60 contact hours)
The courses from the glottodidactic module are attended by students of the Institute of Russian Studies at the University of Warsaw as part of the classes not covered by the obligatory study programme.
The competences gained during the teacher training are stipulated under the Regulation of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of 17 January 2012 on the standards of education for preparing to enter the teaching profession.
Course structure diagram:
|Abbreviations used in tables:|
lect - Lecture
cl - Class
e - Examination
g - Grading
|First semester, first year, Russian Studies||ECTS||lect||cl||exam|
|The Russian Language of the 21st Century I||e|
|Great themes of the Russian literature I||e|
|Practical learning of the Russian language with elements of translation I1||g|
|General university courses||3|
1 - Required for conditional promotion.
|Second semester, first year, Russian Studies||ECTS||lect||cl||exam|
|The Russian Language of the 21st Century II1||e|
|Great themes of the Russian literature II||e|
|Practical learning of the Russian language with elements of translation II1||e|
1 - Required for conditional promotion.
|First semester, second year, Russian Studies||ECTS||lect||cl||exam|
|Business Russian I||e|
|Russian thought I||e|
|Russia – tradition and contemporaneity I||e|
|General university courses||6|