The academic program corresponding to the onsite learning mode for the Bachelor of Arts in Philology – Modern Languages will take place over three courses, the third of which will be divided into a theoretical phase and a practical phase. Please see:
|First year||Foreign Language B2||24 ECTS|
|Translation Techniques I||12 ECTS|
|Cultural History I (Literature)||06 ECTS|
|Phonetics and Phonology||06 ECTS|
|Textual Linguistics||06 ECTS|
|Second year||Foreign Language C1||24 ECTS|
|Translation Techniques II||12 ECTS|
|Cultural History II (History, Art, Music)||06 ECTS|
|Applied Language: Foreign Trade||06 ECTS|
|Semantics and Pragmatics||06 ECTS|
|Third year||Foreign Language C2||24 ECTS|
|Psycholinguistics and Neurolinguistics||06 ECTS|
|Related Subjects||04 ECTS|
|Final Project||10 ECTS|
The onsite mode will be completed in four weekly sessions which will take place Monday through Thursday from 10 am to 2 pm from October to June (both inclusive) for each of the 2017-2020 academic years at which time all of the lessons from the first and second course and three lessons from the third course will have been completed. The last quarter of the third course will be designated for the internship and final project.
In order to follow the onsite sessions, students registered in the onsite learning mode will receive the materials making up the distance learning mode by email as these materials may prove to be of interest although students are not required to turn in more exercises than those required from the onsite sessions themselves.
The work dynamic corresponding to the onsite learning mode will be based on in-class work on the different lessons making up the program. The content of these sessions will focus on working on the following skills:
- Principles and theory for each lesson being studied:
• Presentation of the module’s content
• Analysis of the protocols
• Description and presentation of tools
- Analysis of previously presented content
- Exercises related to the previously presented topics
- Editing the completed translation.
In addition to the contact that students may wish to have with the professors of each lesson (something that is encouraged), each student will have a tutor assigned who they can work with on an individual basis throughout the program and who they can turn to for any question or problem they may have of an academic nature.