INSTITUTE of PHILOLOGY and INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION

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INSTITUTE OF
PHILOLOGY AND
INTERCULTURAL
COMMUNICATION
The historical roots of the Institute of Philology and Intercultural
Communication (IPIC) go back to 1804, when the department of
philology was founded in Kazan Imperial University
Today IPIC is one of the largest academic units of Kazan Federal University
with about 400 members of academic and administrative staff, including
64 specialists with Doctorate Degree and 215 – with Candidate Degree,
7 lecturers from Spain, Germany, the USA and Poland
About 3 thousand students,
more than 100 post-graduates and 11 doctoral students
get education on 11 specialties
Every year about 40 Candidate and Doctoral dissertations are
successfully defended by candidates
There are 3 divisions:
• Division of Russian and Foreign Philology named after L.N. Tolstoy
• Division of Tatar Philology and Intercultural Communication named
after Gabdulla Tukay
•High School of Arts named after Salikh Saidashev
Our aim is to train highly-qualified specialists
in Philology, Arts and Intercultural Communication
We provide all modern facilities for our students (computer and
multimedia classrooms, language laboratories)
ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
DIVISION OF RUSSIAN AND FOREIGN
PHILOLOGY NAMED AFTER L.N TOLSTOY
BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAMS:
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Russian Philology. Russian Language and Literature
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Russian Philology. Russian Language and Literature, Tatar Language and Literature
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Applied philology: Russian Language
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Teaching philological subjects. Russian Language and Literature
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Foreign Philology. English Language and Literature
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Foreign Philology. Spanish Language and Literature
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Foreign Literature. German Language and Literature
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Pedagogical education. Literature and Foreign (English) language
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Pedagogical education. Russian and Foreign (English) languages
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Pedagogical education. Foreign (English) language and the second foreign language
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Pedagogical education. Foreign (German) language and the second foreign (English)
language
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Pedagogical education. Foreign (French) language
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Pedagogical education. Foreign (English) language
ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
DIVISION OF RUSSIAN AND FOREIGN
PHILOLOGY NAMED AFTER L.N TOLSTOY
MASTER DEGREE PROGRAMS:
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Philology. Applied linguistics
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Philology. Russian Literature
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Philology. Russian Language
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Philology. Russian as a second language
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Philology. Philology in management, business sphere and PR
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Philology. English language
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Philology. Literature of foreign countries
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Pedagogical education. Literature in the context of religion and secular life
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Pedagogical education. Teaching humanitarian subjects at university
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Pedagogical education. Teaching foreign languages at university
ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
PLANNED FOR 2014
BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAMS:
 Applied philology. (Russian Language and Literature. Slavonic
Studies)
 Applied philology. (Russian Language and Literature. Publishing)
 Foreign Philology. English Language and Literature
 Foreign Philology. Spanish Language and Literature
 Pedagogical education. Russian Language and Literature
 Pedagogical education. Foreign (French) language
 Pedagogical education. Foreign (English) language and the
second foreign language
 Pedagogical education. Foreign (German) language and the
second foreign language
 Pedagogical education. Foreign (English) language
(correspondence study after pedagogical college)
ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
PLANNED FOR 2014
MASTER DEGREE PROGRAMS:
 Philology. Philology in management, business sphere and PR
 Philology. Literature editing and critics
 Philology. Applied linguistics
 Philology. Russian as a second language
 Philology. Literature of foreign countries
 Philology. Psycholinguistic aspects of foreign language
 Philology. Business English (correspondence study)
 Pedagogical education: Languages of Professional Communication
 Pedagogical education: Teaching Russian Language and Literature in
multicultural environment
 Pedagogical education. French Language in professional communication
 Pedagogical education. Teaching foreign languages at secondary school
and university
ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
DIVISION OF TATAR PHILOLOGY AND INTERCULTURAL
COMMUNICATION NAMED AFTER GABDULLA TUKAY
BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAMS:
 Applied Philology. Intercultural Communication and Translation (with studying foreign
language)
 Applied Philology. Translation.
 Tatar Philology. Tatar Language and Literature
 Applied Philology. Tatar Language and Literature, English Language
 Applied Philology. Tatar Language and Literature, Arabic Language
 Applied Philology. Tatar Language and Literature, IT
 Applied Philology. Tatar Language and Literature, ethnic design
 Pedagogical education. Native (Tatar) Language and Literature
 Pedagogical education. Native (Tatar) Language, Literature and Pre-school education
 Pedagogical education. Native (Tatar) Language, Literature and Foreign (English)
Language
 Pedagogical education. Native (Tatar) language, Literature and Foreign (Arabic)
Language
 Pedagogical education. Native (Tatar) Language. Literature and Foreign (Chinese)
Language
ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
DIVISION OF TATAR PHILOLOGY AND INTERCULTURAL
COMMUNICATION NAMED AFTER GABDULLA TUKAY
MASTER DEGREE PROGRAMS:
 Philology. Linguoculturology
 Philology. Linguoculturology and Translation
 Philology. Comparative and Historical Turkic Studies
 Philology. Translation and Interpretation
 Linguistics. Translation and Interpretation
 Pedagogical education. Tatar Language and Literature
in Intercultural Communication
 Pedagogical education. Modern theories and technologies
in teaching Tatar
ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
PLANNED FOR 2014
BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAMS:
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Philology. Applied Philology. Tatar Language, Literature, and journalism
Philology. Applied Philology. Tatar Language and Literature, ethnic design
Philology . Applied Philology (Tatar Language and Literature, IT with studying
foreign language)
Philology. Applied Philology (Intercultural Communication and Translation
with studying foreign language)
Pedagogical education. Native (Tatar) language, Literature and Foreign
(English) Language
Pedagogical education. Native (Tatar) language, Literature and Foreign
(Chinese) Language
Pedagogical education. Native (Tatar) language, Literature and Foreign
(Turkish) Language
Pedagogical education. Native (Tatar) Language and Literature
(correspondence study)
ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
PLANNED FOR 2014
MASTER DEGREE PROGRAMS:
 Philology. Literature Critics and Editing
 Philology. Turkic Languages in Intercultural Communication
 Pedagogical education. Modern theories and technologies
in teaching Tatar (correspondence study)
ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
HIGH SCHOOL OF ARTS
NAMED AFTER SALIKH SAIDASHEV
BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAMS:
 Pedagogical education. Fine Art
 Pedagogical education. Fine Art and Foreign (English) Language
 Pedagogical education. Music Art
 Pedagogical education. Choreography
 Pedagogical education. Interior Design
 Culture and Art. Design
ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
HIGH SCHOOL OF ARTS
NAMED AFTER SALIKH SAIDASHEV
MASTER DEGREE PROGRAMS:
 Pedagogical education. Computer graphics and design
 Pedagogical education. Management in Music Art and Education
 Music Studies and Applied Art. Music and Cultural
Communications
ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
PLANNED FOR 2014
BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAMS:
 Pedagogical education. Music Art and Foreign (English) Language
 Pedagogical education. Fine Art and Foreign (English) Language
 Pedagogical education. Choreography
 Culture and Art. Design
 Pedagogical education. Music (correspondence study after college)
 Professional education. Interior design (correspondence study
after college)
ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
PLANNED FOR 2014
MASTER DEGREE PROGRAMS:
 Music Studies and Applied Art. Music and Cultural
Communications
 Pedagogical education. Teaching Folk Dance
 Pedagogical education. Computer graphics and design
IPIC annually organizes more than 10 international scientific
conferences
IPIC provides conditions for active work of
Students’ Research Society,
more than 20 research groups for students,
Council of Young Researchers
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION
Partner-universities:
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Giessen University (Germany);
New Sorbonne Universite Paris III (France);
Bern and Fribourg Universities (Switzerland);
Granada University (Spain);
Hunan Pedagogical University (China);
Examination Syndicate of Cambridge University (UK);
University of Lodz (Poland), etc.
More than 120 students from 13 countries study at IPIC:
Uzbekistan, Kyrgystan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, China, Turkey, Iran,
Tadzhikistan, Belarus, Azerbaidzhan, Vietnam, France, Republic of Korea,
Yemen
The creation of Foreign Students’ Council of IPIC KFU
KAZAN INTERNATIONAL LINGUISTIC CENTRE
(КILC)
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Language courses: English, German,
French, Spanish, Tatar, Russian
languages
Courses on Tatar and Russian
Literature
For students, schoolchildren, civil
service officers, teachers, residents
(more than 650 listeners in 2013).
Aim: preparing for state unified
exams, preparing for Olympiads,
career development.
Meeting with the President
of the Republic of Tatarstan
R.N. Minnikhanov
and rector of KFU I.R. Gafurov
with the listeners
of Tatar language courses
KILC: INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATION
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English language: Cambridge
University certificate Cambridge ESOL
(Key English Test, Preliminary English
Test, First Certificate in English,
Certificate in Advanced English,
Certificate of Proficiency in English)
German language: certificates of
Goethe Centre (Start Deutsch 1, 2,
Fit in Deutsch 1, 2)
French language in the sphere of
tourism and hotel business B1 level
(DFP du tourisme et de l'hôtellerie B1)
For schoolchildren, students,
businessmen, travellers
STUDENTS’ CREATIVITY
Trainings in ‘Yalchik’
IPIC students from other cities and countries live in Universiade Village –
modern university campus
IPIC web-site: http://www.kpfu.ru/main_page?p_sub=9803
CONTACTS:
Directorate:
2, Tatarstan Str.
Kazan, Russia
420021
Telephone: +7 (843) 2924287, fax: +7 (843) 2924274
Educational building №33: 2, Tatarstan Str.
(Division of Russian and Foreign Philology named after L.N. Tolstoy; Division
of Tatar Philology and Intercultural Communication named after G. Tukay)
Educational building №31: 3/45, Mezhlauk Str.
(High School of Arts named after S. Saidashev)

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