Graduates have been trained for research in the field of either Slavic Philology or Slavic Linguistics. They have an overview understanding of research relevant to the knowledge of the comparative structures, functions and use of Slavic languages from a synchronic and diachronic point of view, with emphasis on the language of specialisation. Graduates are well-trained in the methodology of the discipline, are able to set their own objectives and research methods on the basis of available literature, to select adequate methods of collecting, describing and evaluating the material and to reach relevant conclusions. Graduates have proven their skills in scientific communication, both written and oral. They are accustomed to team work, have experience in organising scientific activities and, as a rule, also teaching.
|Applications end||30th April 2018|