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B.Sc.English Philology

Tuition fee €2,160.00 per year
Application fee €200.00 one-time

Overview

To provide education in English Philology complying with the European standards. The BA degree in English Philology holder acquires systematic knowledge in the modern English language, is able to analyze and translate English language facts and texts, has oral and writing skills, as well as humanitarian methodological – linguistic, literary, and interdisciplinary – competencies. English Philology study programme aims at training English Philology specialists of broad profile who are capable of effectively applying the acquired English Philology knowledge and English language competencies in Lithuanian and international intercourse such as translation, consulting and recreation. The undergraduates can compete within the market of technologies and services. The purpose is to form an active personality, continuing in life-long study. During the study process students acquire competencies of critical and constructive reasoning, problem solving, and managing altering situations independently. They master communication capacity and competence of understanding inter-cultural ambience, and working in it. English philologists study compulsory and optional general education disciplines, basic study and special education disciplines. The study programme is completed with the defence of the Bachelor’s Degree Paper. Undergraduates are awarded English Philology BA degree.

Programme structure

1 semester
1 Information Technologies in Philology
2 Philosophy
3 Introduction to Linguistics
4 Introduction to Literary Theory
5 Latin
6 English Language 1
7 English Language Structure 1

2 semester
1 British History and Culture
2 English Lexicology
3 Literature of Antiquity
4 Trends in Modern Linguistics
5 English Language 2
6 English Language Structure 2

3 semester
1 English Language History
2 Basics of Research Paper Writing
3 English Short Story and Novel (18th-early 20th c.)
4 English Language 3
5 Basics of French

4 semester
1 Lithuanian Professional Speech
2 Course Paper 1
3 English Language 4
4 English Short Story and Novel (20th c. 2nd half)
5 French 1

5 semester
1 English Language 5
2 Translation Theory
3 English Stylistics
4 French 2
5 English Poetry and Drama (up to the 18th c)

6 semester
1 English Language 6
2 Practice of Written Translation
3 Course Paper 2
4 French 3
5 English and American Drama and Poetry (XVIII-XX C)

7 semester
1 Bachelor’s Final Thesis 1
2 American Short Story and Novel (19th-20th c.)
3 French 4
4 American History and Culture
5 English Language 7
6 Philology Practice 1

8 semester
1 Philology Practice 2
2 Text Linguistics
3 Bachelor’s Final Thesis 2
4 English Language 8

Apply now! Fall semester 2017/18
Application deadline
Aug 30, 2017 23:59
Europe/Riga time
Studies commence
Sep 1, 2017

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States