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BAEnglish Philology

Tuition fee €2,170.00 per year
Application fee €100.00 one-time

Vytautas Magnus University bank details:
Bank Address: Gedimino pr. 12, 01103 Vilnius, Lithuania
Bank Account: LT04 7044 0600 0284 8625
Bank Code: 70440
SWIFT/BIC: CBVILT2X

Application fee is not refundable.

More information

vdu.lt/..ies/bachelor-ba/english-philology 

Overview

The Programme aims at preparing English philology specialists with a broad range of knowledge and competencies, who know English and another foreign language well, who have grasped the fundamentals of linguistics, literary and translation studies, and teaching English as a foreign language; who are familiar with political, social, and cultural specificities of English-speaking countries and are capable of contextualizing them and discussing them in relation to global developments; who are able to successfully apply their knowledge in practice, from work-related to scholarly contexts.
This programme prepares specialists who, once they have gained their Bachelor degree, can continue their studies in this field at the Master’s level or move to studies in other fields: that is, they can choose Master’s studies in English philology, translation, computer linguistics, literary and cultural studies, education, journalism, political science and other fields.
Graduates of English Philology will be able:

to communicate with others in coherent English, both orally and in writing in different fields of activity; to quickly understand essential information in documents written in English; to make summaries in English and use different registers of the English language according to the context; to apply their specialised knowledge in European and international institutions; to use print and electronic directories and dictionaries in English; to understand different kinds of writing (i.e. journalistic, literary, creative); to recognise the works of major authors from different cultural periods and texts of different genres; to explain cultural features of English-speaking countries and relate these to historical contexts; to understand the differences between English-speaking cultures (British, American, and Canadian) as well as their native one.

Career opportunities

The graduates of English Philology will become specialists, capable of working in a variety of fields. They will satisfy the educational, academic, cultural, economic and other needs of the workplace and will be capable of carrying out intellectual and cultural work independently.
The graduates of the Programme can expect to continue their career by:
• working as translators and/or interpreters;
• teaching English in schools;
• taking employment in public institutions such as banks, business companies and various organizations which need staff members with good knowledge of English;
• working as administrators in large international companies and EU organizations, combining their English skills with more specific business skills;
• entering Master studies;
• continuing their studies in the way they decide.

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Application start
Feb 1, 2018
Application deadline
Jul 17, 2018 23:59
Europe/Vilnius time

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States