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Master in German programs are designed for students seeking careers that involve the intense use of the German Language. Students can enter into careers such as teaching, translation, and linguistics.
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The specialty of the French language operates about 19 years at the faculty of International Relations and Foreign Languages.Currently, 55 students study the French language in the I-IV courses. The specialty of the German language was established in 1999-2000 academic year and 15 students were accepted to the specialty in the same year. [+]
In the academic year 1998-1999, the chair of Western Europe and Eastern languages of History-Philology faculty was established at NSU and 15 students were accepted. In the early days of its inception, the Embassy of France and the department of its knowledge and co-operation paid special attention highly to this specialty and was equipped with specialty books, art books, technical facilities, audio-video cassettes, TV, videotape, and computers.
The specialty of the French language operates about 19 years at the faculty of International Relations and Foreign Languages.Currently, 55 students study the French language in the I-IV courses. 9 teachers and a laboratory assistant work in the chair. 5 French teacher (two of them Ph.D. on philology, an assistant-professor, two senior teachers, a doctor), 4 German teachers (3 senior teachers, a doctor).... [-]
The programme ‘Simultaneous Translation (German)’ is the outcome of collaboration between SPbU and one of the largest centers of translator training — the Military University of the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation, Moscow [+]
BENEFITS OF THE PROGRAMMEThe programme ‘Simultaneous Translation (German)’ is the outcome of collaboration between SPbU and one of the largest centers of translator training — the Military University of the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation, Moscow The programme of training German language simultaneous interpreters is unique and the first of its kind in St Petersburg and the Northwestern Federal District of Russia. The graduates are highly employable Academic and teaching staff with unique expertise in different kinds of consecutive and simultaneous interpreting. The majority of the staff are professional practitioners The programme is taught in German The programme is in line with current requirements, which facilitates international mobility and positive feedback highlighting the high level of professional competences of exchange students from St Petersburg State University studying in Germany or other German-speaking countries Close ties with leading German centers of translator training, a unique opportunity to participate in international academic mobility programmes and study at one of the SPbU partner universities, scholarship programmes of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Close links with employers providing effective internships and advisory support to students preparing their master theses at top German centers of language, education and culture, joint German-Russian enterprises, and translation departments of Russian companies Modern teaching methods an technologies supported by best practices of Russian and German universities Many courses are taught by visiting professors and lecturers from Germany ... [-]
Intercultural Communication: German-Russian Dialogue [+]
AREAS OF SPECIALIZATIONIntercultural Communication: German-Russian Dialogue
BENEFITS OF THE PROGRAMMEUnique courses developed by SPbU leading experts. The programme is taught in German with some courses taught by native speakers. Students have an opportunity to study at one of the partner universities.
MAIN COURSESIntroduction to History of German Theatre and Cinema History of Germany in German Literature History of German Culture Creative Writing in the Theory and Practice of Teaching German as a Foreign Language Linguistic Fundamentals of Intercultural Communication German and Russian Idioms in the Dialogue of Cultures German and Russian Phraseology in Intercultural Communication German Philosophy in the German Cultural Context German Translation Problems in Interlingual Communication Comparative Typology of German and Russian: Grammar and Lexis Theoretical and Applied Aspects of Functional Stylistics: The Style of Opinion Journalism, the Scientific Style, the Official Style ... [-]
A joint programme with the Ernst Moritz Arndt University of Greifswald (Germany). [+]
AREAS OF SPECIALIZATIONGerman Language in Synchrony and Diachrony
BENEFITS OF THE PROGRAMMEA joint programme with the Ernst Moritz Arndt University of Greifswald (Germany). The programme is taught in German. Unique lectures and seminars developed by leading professors and associate professors of the Department of German Philology. An opportunity to improve German language proficiency at classes taught by native speakers. Germanic studies in synchrony and diachrony — a wide range of research topics and methods
MAIN COURSESFundamentals of Linguistic Pragmatics Language of New Forms of Communication Text Linguistics: Text and Discourse Communicative Strategies and Grammatical Forms Communicative Types and Models of Sentences in German Word Semantics in Statics and Dynamics Professional Communication Vocabulary Types of Texts in Political Communication Polycode Texts: Text and Image Rhetoric and Modern Theory of Text Narrative Text Analysis Idioms in Text Grammaticalisation Processes in German Dialectology of German Diachronic Shifts in German ... [-]