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Graduates will have command of three Slavonic languages. Due to their qualification they will be suited for occupations requiring broad understanding of Slavonic languages and literatures as well as well-founded knowledge of the Russian social and cultural environment. They will be able to hold academic discourses. Possible occupations will be in libraries, publishing houses and the media, occupations in language practice or language teaching, academic research, companies, banks and the diplomatic service.
Es werden folgende Sprachen angeboten: Bosnisch-Kroatisch-Serbisch, Bulgarisch, Polnisch, Russisch, Slowakisch, Slowenisch, Tschechisch, Ukrainisch.
Graduates of the master's programme in Slavonic Studies will be able to carry out professions that require a broader and deeper understanding of Slavic languages and literature as well as their cultural and social environment and in which the research and/or transfer of relevant scientific knowledge is at the centre of attention.
Students have to complete the following compulsory modules:
"Language acquisition", "Historical-Philological Module", "Linguistics“, “Literature and Cultural Studies“, “Master's Module“ and “Specialisation“. In the master's programme in Slavonic Studies students can complete courses from one or three different areas of specialisation according to the offer. A specialisation is considered to have been completed if the master's module, the master's thesis and the compulsory module Specialization have been completed in this area of specialisation.