taught in Russian

Level of education: Bachelor programmes

Type of instruction: Full-time

Duration: 4 years

Main academic courses

  • Vocabulary, Grammar and Phonetics of the Norwegian language
  • History of Scandinavian Languages
  • History of Scandinavian Literature
  • Lexicology of the Norwegian language
  • Translation Theory
  • Norwegian Studies
  • Methods of Language Teaching
  • Theoretical Grammar of the Norwegian Language
  • Second Scandinavian Language (Swedish or Danish)
  • Introduction to Scandinavian Philology
  • History of Russian and Foreign Literature
  • Linguistics
  • Latin
  • English
  • History of Philosophy
  • Logic
  • Psychology and Pedagogy
  • Computer Science and Internet Technology
  • Physical Training

Our advantages

  • Continuity of traditions of the oldest scientific school of Scandinavian studies
  • Possibility of training in the target language country
  • Acquisition of skills of interpreting and translation, cross-cultural communication and literary analysis
  • Studying the history and culture of the target language country
  • Comprehensive knowledge in the chosen field of specialisation
  • Interdisciplinary approach, unique author courses and a wide range of problems and methodology of philological research
  • Active cooperation with foreign universities.

Career

Professions

Graduates can work with two foreign languages as interpreters and translators, interpreter guides, foreign language teachers, editors, secretaries, publishers, media workers, and researchers.

Organisations where our graduates work
  • Institute for Linguistic Studies, RAS
  • Scandinavian countries’ diplomatic missions
  • Tour operators
  • Information technology companies