Linguistic Aspects of Scandinavian and Dutch Studies

45.04.02In russian

Level of education Master

Type of instruction Full-time

Duration 2 years

Main academic courses
  • Vocabulary, Grammar, Phonetics of Danish, Dutch, Norwegian, Swedish (according to the educational trajectory)
  • Interpreting
  • Literary Translation
  • Business and Creative Writing
  • Linguistic Tools of National Identity
  • Computer Science and Internet Technology
  • English
Our advantages
  • Continuity of the traditions of the oldest scientific school of Scandinavian and Dutch studies
  • An opportunity to have an internship in the target language country
  • Students master interpreting and translation skills, intercultural communication skills, and the skills of literary analysis
  • Students study the history and culture of the target language country
  • Comprehensive knowledge in the chosen field of study
  • An interdisciplinary approach, uniquely designed courses, and a wide range of issues and methodology of philological studies
  • Active cooperation with foreign universities
International relations
  • The Ministry of Higher Education and Science (Denmark)
  • The University of Bergen
  • The University of Tromsø
  • The University of Oslo
  • Ghent University
  • Radboud University Nijmegen
  • Uppsala University
  • Lund University
  • Stockholm University
Main areas of research
  • Lexicology (including comparative lexicology)
  • Lexicography
  • Grammar (including comparative grammar)
  • Translation studies
Career opportunities

Graduates are ready to work as: translators and interpreters with knowledge of two foreign languages; escorting interpreters; foreign language teachers in universities; editors; and personal assistants. They can also work in publishing houses and in the field of mass communication, and be involved in research activities.