Russian - Masters
|City||Student Scholarships||Category||Duration||Admission Requirements||Education Institution|
|Copenhagen||SU berettiget||Masters||2 year||Gymnasiel||
University of Copenhagen
|Student Scholarships||SU berettiget|
University of Copenhagen
Russian is both a Linguistic and vocational training. You learn to speak and write Russian as languages and are taught in political, cultural, historical, social, and market conditions in Russia. It will be an advantage to have had Russian as an option on a Bachelor's degree. You are taught the Putin 'happen in Russia as we know it today, but back in history through the Kievan Rus', Moscow State, the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union.
It is especially known writers Dostoyevsky and Tolstoy, which has had great influence on Russian literature outside world that we in the West know about. These are also the authors you want to become a thorough knowledge and learn how to analyze and understand their mindset and Russian culture.
In language teaching focuses on correct pronunciation and flawless grammar. In societies teaching you will learn scientific methods to understand and interpret trends in specific areas of society.
There are very independent project work and lectures. Additionally, there are group lessons and courses. The first half year intensive language training so that later you can read parts of the curriculum in Russian. Otherwise it's first 2 1/4 years of compulsory subjects and the last 3/4 years, elective studies.
With Russian in the luggage you will get plenty of job opportunities in various industries. In particular, journalism and interpretation where Russian is widely used, but if you're aiming higher, you can also reach higher. You can, for example, will benefit greatly from reading any political science or economics next, so you can work in the business or perhaps work as a lobbyist in the Russian inner circles both commercially and politically.
Last but not least is something we should not overlook the possibility of being a spy as there have historically been very political game between the West and Russia, which is about to be rekindled.
If you have chosen a course where you have to choose elective courses, you can choose Russian as an option.
You can become a translator, interpreter, work at the Russian Embassy or maybe even a spy.
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Have a job at the embassy or as a freelance interpreter and translator.