The subsidiary course of study in Slavic Studies comprises the following areas:
- Literature and cultural studies
- Russian language and culture (focus)
- Polish and Czech components
In the field of literary and cultural studies, basic knowledge of authors, epochs and genres of literature is conveyed and important cultural, social and political contexts are illuminated.
In the field of linguistics, the essential characteristics of Russian and Slavic languages as sign systems and means of communication are taught.
In addition, the course provides an overview of the history of Russian. The area of Russian Language and Culture consists of practical language studies and the acquisition of basic knowledge of Russian geography, history, politics, economy and culture.
Our graduates are active in these professional fields:
- teaching Russian at primary or regular school (provided that a Master's degree related to teaching profession has been completed),
- in adult education,
- in the voice switchboard,
- in the publishing and library sector,
- in journalism,
- in cultural management,
- in tourism,
- in the association and organisation work.
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