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  1. Institute/Faculty: Faculty of Udmurt Philology

  2. Major: Philology

  3. Academic degree (qualification): Master of philology

  4. Program: Finno-Ugric Languages (Udmurt and Finnish/Hungarian)

  5. Objective, general description:

This Master program is aimed at training of researchers and practitioners specialized in the fields of philology and human sciences (such as a scientist, a higher education establishment lecturer, a secondary school teacher) for work in the sphere of education, culture and management (interpreting and translating, positions of a secretary, reader, interpreter).


  • General scientific theoretical aspects research (in the fields of Udmurt and Finno-Ugric linguistics, specifically lexicography, dialectology, grammar, onomastics, etc.)

  • Udmurt and Finnish/Hungarian languages topical problems research (a comparative study of kindred and non-kindred languages)

  • Joint Finno-Ugric linguistics projects development (in cooperation with universities of Hungary, Finland, Estonia and Germany)

  • Educational materials creation (applying innovative technologies in the spheres of secondary and higher education).

The Master program is developed in full accordance with the state educational standard and based on the objectives listed above.

The period of the Master program is 2 years. The curriculum is formed of federal and regional component disciplines, special courses, elective courses and research work. Electives complement disciplines of federal, regional and special components and enable students to acquire additional focused specializations (e.g. translating and interpreting).

Federal component disciplines:

  • Urgent problems of language studies

  • Urgent problems of literary studies

  • Scientific communication basis

  • History and methodology of language studies

  • History and methodology of literary studies

  • Informational and communicative technologies in philology

  • Internet linguistics

Regional component disciplines:

  • Foreign language

  • Sociolinguistics

  • Finno-Ugric mythology: communicative aspect

  • Contrastive grammar of Permic languages

Special courses:

  • Udmurt language historical lexicology

  • Udmurt language topical grammar aspects

  • Finnish/Hungarian language. Advanced course.

  • Linguistics typology of Finno-Ugric, Indo-European and Turkic languages

Elective courses:

  • History of Finnish/Hungarian language // Theory of intercultural communication

  • Theory of Finnish/Hungarian language topical theoretical problems // Translation problems: linguistic and literary aspects

  • Early evidences of Udmurt written language // Theory and practice of interpreting

Research and educational-research work.

First two semesters are dedicated to federal component, regional and special component disciplines; third semester is dedicated to elective courses and fourth semester to research work and writing Master’s thesis.

Great attention is drawn to the whole spectrum of academic activity, e.g. student self-guided work; consultations with lecturers, research advisors and practitioners.

Master program is developed in a way to enable 2nd year students to undergo a study course in another university, including foreign ones.

  1. Coordinator: Valey K. Kelmakov, Doctor of Philology, professor, head of Department of General and Finno-Ugric Linguistics.

  2. Further education: Postgraduate courses, according to the following programs:

10.01.02 Literature of peoples of Russia

10.01.08 Literary theory

10.01.09 Folkloristics

10.01.02 Languages of peoples of Russia

10.02.07 Finno-Ugric and Samoyed languages

10.02.19 General linguistics, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics

10.02.20 Comparative historical, typological and comparative aspects of language studies; theory of translation

10.02.21 Structural, applied, mathematical linguistics.

  1. Career opportunities:

  • Educational establishments

  • Research institutions

  • Mass media and press services

  • Editorial offices and publishing houses

  • State government bodies and local governments

  • Russian and international companies

  • Advertising and PR agency

  • Multi-language vendors;

  1. Cooperation between research institutes and companies established with:

Masters have an opportunity to undertake an internship in research and scientific methodological institutes and establishments of Udmurt Republic, specifically:

  • Udmurt research institute of history, language and literature, Ural department of RAS

  • Research institute for state education of Udmurt republic

  • Institute for further and additional training of educators of Udmurt republic.

Internship is also available at:

  • Komi research institute of history, language and literature, Ural department of RAS

  • Mari research institute of language, literature and history

  • Mordovian research institute of language, literature, history and economics.

  1. International cooperation:

    1. University of Turku (Turku, Finland)

    2. University of Helsinki (Helsinki, Finland)

    3. Eötvös Loránd University (Budapest University) (Budapest, Hungary)

    4. Institute of linguistics of Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Budapest, Hungary)

    5. University of Szeged (Szeged, Hungary)

    6. Institute for Finno-Ugric and Uralic studies, University of Hamburg (Germany)

    7. Institute for Finno-Ugric studies, University of Göttingen (Germany)

Contacts: Galina V. Gorbushina, Deputy Dean of Faculty of Udmurt Philology

Telephone number: +7 (3412) 916-166

Е-mail: gorbushina@uni.udm.ru,



  1. Institute/Faculty: Faculty of Foreign Languages for Specific Purposes.

  2. Major: Philology.

  3. Academic degree (qualification): Master of philology.

  4. Program: Intercultural communication and translation studies.

  5. Objective, general description:

Objective: The program is aimed at training specialists in the fields of intercultural communication and translation studies.

  1. Coordinator: Alfiya H. Merzlyakova, Doctor of Philology, professor, head of Department of Roman Languages.

  2. Further education: Postgraduate courses, according to the following programs

  • 10.02.19 – Linguistic theory.

  1. Career opportunities: This Master program enables its graduates to conduct research and practical activities in the fields of intercultural communication, translation, interpretation and:

    • Occupy research-related posts in scientific, educational research and other types of establishments;

    • Perform productive applied (teacher’s, translator’s, editor’s, expert’s, etc.) duties in educational, cultural, administrative establishments and mass media;

    • Perform duties in the fields of language and socio-cultural communication and other areas of social humanitarian activities

    • Conduct project activities in educational and cultural establishments; literary and art museums; social pedagogical, humanitarian organizational, publishing and communicative spheres;

    • Conduct organizational administrative activity in all above spheres

  1. Cooperation between research institutes and companies established with:

    • Izhevsk city Administraion;

    • Udmurt Republic Museum of Art;

    • Clinicodiagnostic centre of Ministry of health for the Udmurt Republic;

    • Ministry of physical culture, tourism and sport for the Udmurt Republic;

    • OOO Torgovo-servisniy centr Leo-Smart.

  1. International cooperation:

    • Linguistic University of city of Hyderabad (India);

    • Belarusian State University.

Contacts: Alfiya H. Merzlyakova, head of Department of Roman Languages

Telephone number: +7 (3412) 916-163

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