Level of education: Master programme

Type of instruction: Full-time

Duration: 2 years

Language of instruction: Russian

 

Main academic courses

  • Translation Practice (Internship)
  • American Identity in Text
  • Theory and Practice of Countering Corrupt Behaviour and Manifestations of Extremism (Online Course)
  • Gender Variability of English
  • Business Administration (Online Course)
  • British Historical Toponymy
  • Current Issues in Continuous Education (Online Course)
  • Adapting and Studying at the University (eLearning)
  • Graduation Project Preparation
  • History of English Dialects
  • English
  • Cognitive Foundations of Linguoculturology
  • Philosophy and Culture in English-Speaking Countries
  • History of Linguistics and Methods of Linguistic Research
  • Teaching Practice
  • Intertextuality in British Linguistic Culture
  • Philosophy of Language
  • English Historical Syntax
  • Social Dialogue in the US and Value-Based Models of Consciousness
  • University: Introduction to Corporate Ethics (Online Course)
  • Translation
  • Social and Local Variability of English
  • Pre-graduate Practice: Graduation Project Preparation
  • Text and Culture
  • Canadian, Australian and New Zealand Studies Through Language
  • US Studies Through Language
  • Language as a Tool of Culture Reproduction: Polysemy, Metaphor and Metonymy
  • Russian as a Foreign Language
  • Main Development Trends in Linguistic, Psycholinguistic and Cultural Studies
  • New Trends in Anthropo-Oriented Studies of Speech
  • English in Consumer Economics: Translation Aspects
  • Modern Issues in Linguoculturology
  • Pragmalinguistics
  • Research Practice
  • Word Meaning – Archetype – Text: Evidence from Poetry
  • Translation as a Dialogue of Cultures
  • Historical Word Formation and Inflexion
  • Semiotics
  • Digital Culture: Technology and Security (eLearning)
  • British Studies Through Language
  • Consecutive Interpreting
  • Language of Effective Communication in the Digital Society (Online Course)

International relations

  • Master’s students have the opportunity to take part in exchange education programmes with partner universities of St Petersburg University.

Main areas of research

  • Current issues in linguistics and English studies
  • Modern Issues in Linguoculturology
  • American and British linguo-culture in synchrony and diachrony
  • Anthropo-oriented approach in modern linguistic research
  • Patterns of linguistic representation of culture
  • The interdisciplinary nature of the modern linguistic paradigm
  • Prototypicality and variability of the modern linguistic view of the world
  • Culturally significant concepts and stereotypes

Courses and special courses

  • American Identity in Text
  • English
  • Consecutive Interpreting
  • Translation
  • British Studies Through Language
  • Gender Variability of English
  • Cognitive Foundations of Linguoculturology
  • Modern Issues in Linguoculturology
  • Social and Local Variability of English
  • Text and Culture
  • Philosophy and Culture in English-Speaking Countries
  • Social Dialogue in the US and Value-Based Models of Consciousness
  • Language As a Tool of Culture Reproduction: Polysemy, Metaphor and Metonymy

Special courses

  • English in Consumer Economics: Translation Aspects
  • Translation of Text as Dialogue of Cultures
  • Main Development Trends in Linguistic, Psycholinguistic and Cultural Studies
  • Social-Linguistic Language Theories and Linguoculturology: Stages of Development
  • Pragmalinguistics
  • British Historical Toponymy
  • English Generative Syntax
  • Intertextuality in British Linguistic Culture
  • English Historical Syntax
  • Historical Word Formation and Inflexion
  • History of English Dialects
  • New Trends in Anthropo-Oriented Studies of Speech
  • Word Meaning — Archetype — Text (Word in Poetry)

Our advantages

  • The continuity of traditions of linguistic research and linguistic and cultural schools in Russia;
  • Unique exclusive courses of lectures delivered by St Petersburg University professors;
  • A vast range of problems and research methods in the field of English and English-speaking cultures in synchrony and diachrony;
  • Formation of graduates' deep knowledge not only of various practical aspects of the English language, but also the cultural differences between the target language countries. This is constantly contributing to successful communication and career growth in any professional field which implies intercultural interaction: in business, politics, education, science, tourism, translation and teaching.

Career

The programme is aimed at training linguists capable of professional practical, scientific, methodical, research, organisational and managerial activities in the field of English studies, linguistics, geopolitics, history and culture of Great Britain and the USA. The graduates can pursue a career of researchers and teachers. They can also work as highly qualified translators.

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