Home page | About us | Contacts | Search
Educational programs
for foreign students

Russian Language and Intercultural Communication

Field of Education:Humanities
Language of instruction:Russian
Form of study:Full-time
Distance learning:No

University: Russian State University for the Humanities

Cost: 63 500 rub.

Direction: 032700 - Philology Specializing Master "Russian Language and Intercultural Communication" Qualification (Degree): Master of Philology Admission requirements: bachelor's degree or a diploma of higher professionalVocational Education Study: Full-time (full-time, budget and contract) Duration of training: 2 years teaching load: 14 hours per week Final assessment: the state examination and defense of master's thesis brief characteristic program Master's program is aimed at training the researchers of the current state of the Russian language and Russian-speaking community, including overseas, teachers, translators, editors, speechwritersexperts in information work. The program includes courses in business language (Russian and English), linguistic expertise, non-verbal means of communication, computer learning systems, the theory of dialogue, practical language courses (first and second), and many othersther. Master student is offered a choice of disciplines, depending on the research interest. The training undergraduates are research (4 weeks) and teaching (4 weeks) practice, sit a final qualifying exam and prepare to defend a master's final qualifying work. The list of training courses program Actual problems of linguistics Russian Language and Intercultural Communication Business Foreign Language Didactics Computer Theory and practice of non-verbal communication Business Communication in Russian DynamicRP G processes in the modern Russian language Linguistic Theory Examination dialogue translated in terms of language and cultural remoteness Psycholinguistics Sociolinguistics first foreign language (the number of hours is the same as in the program "Foreign Languages ​​") Second foreign language (the number of hours is the same as in the" Foreign Languages ​​") and many other Faculty courses are leading experts Krongauz Maxim Anisimovich, etc. f. n. Professor, Director of the Institute of Linguistics, bestselling author of "The Russian language on the verge of a nervous breakdown," Igor A. Sharon, etc. f. n. Professor, Dean of the Faculty of Pure and Applied Linguistics, the author of the monograph "Interjections in speech, text and vocabulary." Kreydlin Gregory E., etc. f. n. , Professor, author of the book "Non-verbal semiotics" Anatoly Baranov, etc. f. n. Professor, Head. Department of Experimental lexicography Russian Language Institute RAS, author of the book "The linguistic expertise", which summarized his own 15 years' experience. Professor A. N. Baranov was made as the author of expert opinions for Bayan Shiryanova (Kirill Vorobyev) and Philip Kirkorov. Bragin Natalya, etc. f. n. Professor, more than 20 years of teaching Russian as a foreign language to students, graduate students and trainees at various levels, the carriers of different languages ​​and cultures, the author of monographs on "Social and cultural constructs in the language" and "Memory of language and moleculesture. " Butorina Elena P., K. f. n. , Associate Professor, one of the authors of the textbook "Russian language and culture of speech" stamped UMO. He has 10 years of experience in conducting classes "Culture of writing and the language of official documents" in refresher courses RAGS for federal civil servants at various levels. Currently holds classes on training courses for civil servants of the federal Office of the President of the Russian Federation. A graduate master's State Humanitarian University (specialized program "Russian Language and Intercultural Communication") - is a professional, with the following terms of reference: Adaptive competence OK-1 - the ability to improve and develop itsFirst intellectual and cultural level OK-2 - the ability to self-learn new methods of investigation, and a change in the scientific research and production profile of the professional activities of OK-4 - the ability to take the initiative inincluding in situations of risk, take responsibility for their own decisions OK-5 - the ability to purchase their own with the help of information technology and use in practice new knowledge and skills, including in new areas of knowledges that are not directly related to the scope of the OK-6 - the ability to generate new ideas (creativity), to adapt to new situations, re-evaluate the experience, analyze their potential PC-4 - the ability to self-in replenishment, critical analysis and application of theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of philology and other humanities for their own research PK-16 - the ability to build a predictive model scenarios and the development of communication and cosociocultural situations Performing competence OK-3 - fluency in Russian and foreign languages ​​as a means of business communication PC-3 - possession of communicative strategies and tactics, rhetoric, stylistic and linguistic normsand both approaches of the different areas of communication, the ability to adequately use them in solving professional problems PC-7 - possession skills participate in the research teams conducting research on a broad philological issues, preparationration and editing scientific publications PC-9 - the possession of skills in practical exercises on philological subjects in institutions of higher education PK-11 - the ability to prepare teaching aids (including electricitytron) for language teaching and the organization of vocational guidance PC-12 - the ability to create, edit, abstracting and codify all types of business documents, journalistic texts, analysis, etc. § PC-13 - the ability to transform different types of texts (the change of style, genre, target, and so that a text § ) PC-14 - preparedness planning and implementation of public speaking skills with the use of oratory PC-15 - the possession of the skills of qualified simultaneous or sequential tracking international forums and negotiations, the PC-17 - Knowledge of the theory and practical skills of ownership design, engineering, modeling the structure and content of the educational process in the field of philology PC-18 - the ability and willingness to participate in the development of scientific, social, nedagogicheskih, creative, advertising, publishing, etc. § Project PC-19 - the ability to plan complex information influence and guide them to the PC-20 - possession of skills to organize and conduct training sessions and practices, seminars, academic discussions and conferences PC-21 - Possessionskills to organize and manage research and production work for specific tasks in accordance with the profile of the master's program graduate graduate receives preferential right of admission to graduate school non the chosen direction of scientific research. The head of the master's program candidate of philological sciences, professor Butorina Helena Petrovna Contact manager butorinaelena @ gmail. com Entrance exams: 1. Philology (Russian language) 2. Foreign Language
Rate is for 1 semester

The Olympiad is held in cooperation with the Asia-Pacific Institute of Management, Asia-Pacific Career Launcher (APCL) New-Delhi, on August, 14th 2017
The Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (PFUR) announces the beginning of admission of foreign citizens who graduated from Bachelor and Specialist Degree programs of PFUR and other Russian and foreign universities, for Master Degree programs of the 2016/2017 academic year.

© 2013 Study in Moscow. All rights reserved.
Developed by IIP PFUR