|Academic Master's Study Programmes, full-time
|2 years (120 ECTS)
|(Master’s of Humanities degree in Literature and Linguistics)
|To be confirmed
In the payment details indicate: Tuition fee, Name, Surname, Date of Birth
Registration fee is non-refundable.
Must be paid to the Daugavpils University bank account:
In the payment details indicate: Registration fee, Name, Surname, Date of Birth
Please provide bachelor’s diploma (for master studies) in the original language. If the diploma is not issued in English, Russian or German, you should provide a certified translation. The document must be legalised (usually done by Ministry of Education or Ministry of Foreign Affairs of your country).
Legalisation is a Certification of Document Authenticity: certification of document authenticity (legalisation) means verification of signature and seal of a document. Traditionally it is performed by a Consular Officer so that documents drawn up in one country would be legally valid in another one.
If a document is issued in a foreign country which has concluded bilateral agreement with Latvia (Belarus, Kirghizstan, Russia, Moldova, Ukraine, Uzbekistan) – these countries don’t need legalisation of documents, it enough if they have Official State Seal
You must take the original entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university
Accepted proof of proficiency (minimum):
Document confirming English language knowledge.
Applicants who have obtained previous education in English in one of the bellow listed countries do not need to provide separate language proficiency:
The documents will be revised only in case the full package is submitted. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
The aim of AMSP “Philology and Language Practices” is to provide students with the acquisition of theoretical knowledge and research skills, to prepare theoretically educated, independent and creative thinking, competent and academically educated specialists in the chosen field or sub-field of science, who are able to conduct independent scientific research and continue their studies for a Doctoral degree in literary studies or in the field of linguistics.
Learning outcomes to be obtained:
- students are able to demonstrate in-depth knowledge and understanding of the latest discoveries in the history of linguistics and literary studies; the acquired knowledge provides a basis for creative thinking and research, including working at the interface of different fields.
- students are able to independently use theory, methods and problem-solving skills to perform research activities or highly qualified professional functions;
- are able to explain and discuss complex or systemic aspects of the history of linguistics and literary studies;
- are able to independently direct the improvement and advance specialization of their competences, take responsibility for the work results of the team work and their analysis;
- are able to carry out work, research or further study in linguistics and literary history in complex and unpredictable conditions and transform them using new approaches.
- students are able to independently formulate and critically analyse scientific problems, justify decisions and, if necessary, perform additional analysis;
- are able to integrate knowledge of various fields, contribute to the creation of new knowledge, development of methods of research activities;
- are able to integrate knowledge from various fields, contribute to the creation of new knowledge, development of research methods, demonstrate understanding and ethical responsibility for the possible impact of scientific results on the environment and society.
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