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— выводит все курсы по категориям (биология, химия, математика и тд….)   — Все страны в селект — курсы привязаны STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AND EAST EUROPEAN STUDIES — 3-5 semester — 6+ semester — курсы привязаны STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM RUSSIAN LANGUAGE LITERATURE AND CULTURE —- 3-5 semester — 6+ semester — курсы привязаны […]

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Russian Language

Block A. Compulsory courses (15 ects)

Students after 3-5 semesters of university Russian or equivalent

Students after 3-5 semesters of university Russian or equivalent

ECTS

Conversational Russian and Communicative Linguistics

6

Culture and Information Communication

3

Practical Russian I

6

Students after 6 semesters of university Russian or equivalent

Students after 3-5 semesters of university Russian or equivalent

Modern Russian literary language: Morphology II

3

Russian conversational language and communicative linguistics

3

Practical Russian II

6

Block B. Compulsory elective courses (pick 9 ECTS)

European Studies in Trans-Border Perspective (part I)

3

Country studies (Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Belarus)

4.5

History of the USSR (1922-1991)

3

Slavic People in the 16-19th centuries

3

Politics and Government in the Former USSR

3

Post-Soviet-Studies

3

Russian war in Ukraine and evolution of the EU and NATO foreign policy

3

Block C. Elective courses (pick 6 ECTS)

Students can select courses from the Course catalog

Block A. Compulsory courses (15 ects)

Students after 3-5 semesters of university Russian or equivalent

Students after 3-5 semesters of university Russian or equivalent

ECTS

Conversational Russian and Communicative Linguistics

6

Culture and Information Communication

3

Practical Russian I

6

Students after 6 semesters of university Russian or equivalent

Students after 3-5 semesters of university Russian or equivalent

Modern Russian literary language: Morphology II

3

Russian conversational language and communicative linguistics

3

Practical Russian II

6

Block B. Compulsory elective courses (pick 9 ECTS)

Students after 3-5 semesters of university Russian or equivalent

Students after 3-5 semesters of university Russian or equivalent

ECTS

Normative grammar I (Lexics)

3

Country studies (Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Belarus)

4.5

Introduction in Russian literature and culture

3

Normative grammar IV (morphology)

4.5

Latvian language for foreigners I

3

Russian war in Ukraine and evolution of the EU and NATO foreign policy

3

Students after 6 semesters of university Russian or equivalent

Students after 3-5 semesters of university Russian or equivalent

Russian colloquial speech

3

Functional stylistics of the Russian language

3

Latvian language for foreigners I

3

Introduction in Russian literature and culture 2

3

Fundamentals of Russian orthography and punctuation

3

Russian war in Ukraine and evolution of the EU and NATO foreign policy

3

Block C. Elective courses (pick 6 ECTS)

Students can select courses from the Course catalog

Block A. Compulsory courses (15 ects)

Students after 3-5 semesters of university Russian or equivalent

Students after 3-5 semesters of university Russian or equivalent

ECTS

Conversational Russian and Communicative Linguistics

6

Culture and Information Communication

3

Practical Russian I

6

Students after 6 semesters of university Russian or equivalent

Students after 3-5 semesters of university Russian or equivalent

Modern Russian literary language: Morphology II

3

Russian conversational language and communicative linguistics

3

Practical Russian II

6

Block B. Compulsory elective courses (pick 9 ECTS)

European Studies in Trans-Border Perspective (part I)

3

Country studies (Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Belarus)

4.5

Introduction in Russian literature and culture

3

Post-Soviet-Studies

3

Introduction in Russian literature and culture 2

3

Russian war in Ukraine and evolution of the EU and NATO foreign policy

3

Block C. Elective courses (pick 6 ECTS)

Students can select courses from the Course catalog

Block A. Compulsory courses (15 ects)

Students after 3-5 semesters of university Russian or equivalent

Students after 3-5 semesters of university Russian or equivalent

ECTS

Conversational Russian and Communicative Linguistics

6

Culture and Information Communication

3

Practical Russian I

6

Students after 6 semesters of university Russian or equivalent

Students after 3-5 semesters of university Russian or equivalent

Modern Russian literary language: Morphology II

3

Russian conversational language and communicative linguistics

3

Practical Russian II

6

Block B. Compulsory elective courses (pick 9 ECTS)

European Studies in Trans-Border Perspective (part I)

3

Politics and Government in the Former USSR

3

Policy and state political relations in EU countries

6

Post-Soviet-Studies

3

History of the Baltic States (1918-1940)

3

Russian war in Ukraine and evolution of the EU and NATO foreign policy

3

Block C. Elective courses (pick 6 ECTS)

Students can select courses from the Course catalog

— выводит все курсы по категориям (биология, химия, математика и тд….)


 

— Все страны в селект


— курсы привязаны STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AND EAST EUROPEAN STUDIES
— 3-5 semester
— 6+ semester


— курсы привязаны STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM RUSSIAN LANGUAGE LITERATURE AND CULTURE
—- 3-5 semester
— 6+ semester


— курсы привязаны STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AND NATURAL SCIENCES
(STEM)
— 3-5 semester
— 6+ semester


— курсы привязаны STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
— political science 3-5 semesters
— political science 6 semesters or more

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