The programme provides a traditional education in the humanities with an emphasis on Russian and foreign philology. It combines a classical education with a modern vision of the humanities.
The programme aims
Train philologists with a good command of languages and effective communication skills.
The programme has been accredited by the National Centre of Public and Professional Accreditation
Upon completing the programme, you will
- become familiar with the major intellectual traditions in Russian and foreign philology;
- have a sufficient background to start a career in literature;
- be able to work with most difficult texts;
- teach literature and the Russian language.
45.03.01. Philology. Russian language and literature.
Duration of the Programme
Language of instructionRussian
InstituteInstitute for the Humanities
Courses & Study Load
Number of ECTS credits: 240
Disciplines: classical (Old Slavic and Latin) and foreign languages, history of Russian literature, history of foreign literature, history of the Russian (Polish, English) language, methodology of teaching, theory of literature, general linguistics, translation and interpreting.
Students complete internships at Kaliningrad schools, Kaliningrad museums and libraries (Amber Museum, World Ocean Museum, Kaliningrad Regional Scientific Library, Kaliningrad Cathedral), Kaliningrad universities, and Polish partner universities.
Graduates will have necessary knowledge and skills to pursue a successful career at publishing houses, periodicals, PR agencies, and PR departments.
Admission & Tuition
State-funded applicants (Russian nationals and Russian speaking applicants from the CIS countries) are expected to take the following exams:
- Russian language
- Foreign Language
Fee-paying applicants are expected to take: