Master-level studies involve specialized study in a field of research or an area of professional practice. Earning a master’s degree demonstrates a higher level of mastery of the subject. Earning a master’s degree can take anywhere from a year to three or four years. Before you can graduate, you usually must write and defend a thesis, a long paper that is the culmination of your specialized research.
The Masters in Translation provides you with knowledge to decode cultures and link translation and interpreting which are one of the most profoundly needed skills today. And if you have affection for languages, you can harmonize with this dynamic field.
Ukraine is an affordable, yet qualitative option. It is also one of the most beautiful countries in EU and has many beautiful and industrial cities. There are two degrees conferred by Ukrainian universities: the Bachelor's Degree (4 years) and the Master's Degree (5–6th year)
The city of Kiev is not only the largest city in Ukraine but also serves as the capital city with a population of more than 2,000,000 inhabitants. The city is full of historical landmarks and besides being a major commercial hub, the city is an educational powerhouse with close to 200 universities and institutes of higher education.
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We can say it with confidence that today the information and those who possess it manage the world. Without the necessary information, without a thorough preliminary analysis it is difficult to start any [+]
Master in Information international analyst, translator
We can say it with confidence that today the information and those who possess it manage the world. Without the necessary information, without a thorough preliminary analysis it is difficult to start any business, so it is not easy to maintain and achieve success in it. Paying the attention to peculiarities of the modern world, which seeks to integrate, and wants our country to become a full member of the international community, the role of the specialist, who works directly with the information, and especially in international relations, is so important.
While studying at the University students - future Experts in International Information, in addition to general majors (History of Ukraine, Philosophy, Ukrainian and Foreign cultures, Political Science, Sociology, etc.) have to master a series of legal subjects of vocational and practical direction: Country Studies, Theory of International Relations, International Relations and World Politics, Diplomatic and Consular Service, Foreign Policy of Ukraine, Diplomatic Protocol and Etiquette, Information and Analytical Activities in International Relations, International Information, Global Economy, International Economic Relations, Ukraine Economy and Foreign Economic Relations. While studying to obtain Master's Degree students have the opportunity along with the qualification "International Information Analyst" to get the qualification "Translator". They study such majors as Information Wars, Information Society, Fundamentals of Geopolitics, International Information Security, Fundamentals of Ethnopolitology, Public Relations in International Relations, Political Management and Marketing, European Information Law, Ethno-Political Conflicts, Practice of Translation.... [-]