About the department

Welcome to the pages of the Department of Russian Language and Literature of the Faculty of Education, Masaryk University.

You will find the Department of Russian Language and Literature on the fourth floor of the new building of the Faculty of Education, Masaryk University – Poříčí 9, Brno.

Web: Department of Russian Language and Literature

You will find these sections here:

  • information about the workplace, people,
  • about the forms, the course as a whole and the organization of studies and about individual fields of study,
  • about courses, seminars, workshops, conferences,
  • about other events of the Russian department for students, teachers and visitors  from the general public organized by the department and other subjects.

The pages give information about the opportunities for:

  • Study periods abroad
  • student exchanges,
  • language courses.

The pages publish:

  • information about admission procedures,
  • topics for the field of study for Bachelors and Masters state examinations,
  • departmental catalogues of the DVD-library and CD-library,
  • references to further electronic information sources and other interesting tips,
  • they present your up-to-date information in the section From you for you.

Study

The study of Russian language and literature in the double-subject and single-subject forms of study in the Bachelors Teaching Assistant of Russian Language and Literature for lower secondary schools  and  Teacher of a Foreign LanguageRussian language and in the follow-up Masters degrees for Teacher of Russian Language and Literature for lower secondary schools and Teacher of Russian Language for elementary and language schools is preferentially focused on formation of subject-related competences, i.e. the communicative, linguistic, intercultural and literary, along with the pedagogical, psychological, communicative and other competences which develop the personality of the student as a future teacher.

The graduate is able to address professional issues independently, he/she is capable of further study, particularly in pedagogical activity, and he/she is motivated for lifelong study of the Russian language.