Level of education: Bachelor programmes

Type of instruction: Full-time

Duration: 4 years

Language of instruction: Russian

Main academic courses

  • Bulgarian
  • English
  • History and Geography of Bulgaria
  • History of Bulgarian Literature / Modern American Literature
  • History of Bulgarian / History of English
  • Bulgarian Lexicology / English Lexicology
  • Bulgarian Stylistics
  • Methods of Teaching Bulgarian / Methods of Teaching English
  • Theoretical Issues in Bulgarian Grammar / Theoretical Issues in English Grammar
  • Translation Theory and Practice
  • Comparative Grammar of Bulgarian and English
  • Second Slavonic Language (Polish / Czech / Slovak / Macedonian – elective)
  • Introduction to Slavonic Philology
  • History of Slavonic Studies
  • German

Our advantages

  • Unique combination of Slavonic (Bulgarian) and Germanic (English) studies
  • Theoretical and practical knowledge of both languages ​​and other philological disciplines
  • Interpreting and translation skills, intercultural communication skills, application of literary analysis and knowledge of the history and culture of the target language countries
  • Comprehensive knowledge of the chosen area of specialisation
  • Interdisciplinary approach, unique individually developed courses and a wide range of issues and methodology of philological research
  • Continuity of traditions of the oldest Russian schools of scientific thought and the innovative programmes that they are based on
  • Active networking with foreign universities.


Professional activities:
  • Translation of technical, legal and other special documentation
  • Translation of fiction
  • Working with foreign delegations
  • Research and development in the field of humanities
  • Tour operator and excursion agency employee
Organisations where our graduates work
  • Moscow State University and other higher education institutions
  • Diplomatic missions of Slavonic countries

Interested in this programme — set up your personal account to proceed with your application.