|Tuition Fees:||$246 /year|
|Applications Begin:||10 January, 2020|
|Final Award:||Bachelor of Arts in Russian|
|Start Date:||September 2020|
|Academic Unit:||School of Languages|
|Application Deadline:||30 June 2020|
Spoken by over 285 million people across the world, the Russian language provides exciting new opportunities for a determined mind ready to take on new challenges.
This programme will groom you into a new culture; sharpen your tongue to understand and speak a uniquely new language considered official by the United Nations. Being a big player in the global economy, Soviet countries and firms are in direct need of translators and interpreters
Russia has and will remain a powerful force in global politics. Russia is increasingly democratising and this means its businesses and institutions will open up and require people of diverse backgrounds with the requisite knowledge and skills to play important roles in this process. Proficiency in Russian will therefore be opportune.
Students are assessed through a combination of assignments, examinations and projects
At the end of this programme students must;
• Be proficient in writing, speaking and reading Russian.
• Demonstrate deeper insights into Russian culture, history and geography.
• Be able to translate and interpret to and from Russian.
• Be able to understand global politics tracing it from the history of the Soviet communist state into what is now modern day Russia.
|LEVEL 100 (First Year) COURSES|
|The Courses available in Level 100 are compulsory for all students|
|Course code||Course Description||Course Credit|
|RUSS 113||Pronunciation and Basic Reading Skills||2|
|RUSS 114||Basic Oral Practice||2|
|RUSS 115||Introduction to Russian Civilization and Culture||2|
|RUSS 116||Russian Civilization and Culture||2|
|LEVEL 200 COURSES|
|The Courses available in Level 200 are compulsory for all students|
|RUSS 221||Intermediate Russian I||2|
|RUSS 222||Intermediate Russian II||2|
|RUSS 223||Conversation Practice||1|
|RUSS 224||Oral Drills||1|
|RUSS 225||Aspects of Russian History from Kievan Rus|
|to the Great October Socialist Revolution||2|
|RUSS 226||Aspects of the Russian Language and Literature||2|
|LEVEL 300 COURSES|
|MAJOR: At least 24 credits by the end of the academic year|
|COMBINED: At least 18 credits by the end of the academic year|
|MINOR: At least 14 credits by the end of the academic year|
|RUSS 331||Russian Language Proficiency I||2|
|RUSS 332||Russian Language Proficiency II||2|
|RUSS 333||Intermediate Oral Russian||1|
|RUSS 334||Comprehension and Oral Communication Skills||1|
|RUSS 335||Aspects of Russian Romantic Literature||2|
|RUSS 336||Introduction to 19th Century Russian Realism||2|
|RUSS 337||Translation from and into Russian I||2|
|RUSS 338||Translation from and into Russian II||2|
|RUSS 339||Aspects of Russian Syntax||2|
|RUSS 342||Russian Drama||2|
|RUSS 343||Lexicology of Modern Russian 1 (Prerequisite for RUSS 453)||2|
|RUSS 344||Russian Literature of the First Half of the|
|19th Century (Special Author)||2|
|RUSS 345||Aspects of Russian Literature of the 17th and 18th Centuries||2|
|RUSS 346||19th Century Russian Poetry||2|
|RUSS 347||Introduction to 20th Century Russia: History, Politics, Society||2|
|RUSS 348||20th Century Russia: History, Politics, Society since|
|RUSS 349||An introduction to Russian Women Writers of the 19th Century||2|
|LEVEL 400 COURSES|
|RUSS 441||Advanced Language Proficiency||2|
|RUSS 442||Advanced Language Skills||2|
|RUSS 443||Advanced Russian Conversation||1|
|RUSS 444||Advanced Oral Communication Skills||1|
|RUSS 445||The Russian Realist Novel||2|
|RUSS 446||Early Soviet Literature||2|
|RUSS 447||Advanced Translation from and into Russian||2|
|RUSS 448||Advanced Translation from and into Russian||2|
|RUSS 400||Long Essay||2|
|RUSS 449||Syntax of Modern Russian||2|
|RUSS 452||Advanced Russian Syntax||2|
|RUSS 453||Lexicology of Modern Russian II||2|
|RUSS 454||Morphology of Modern Russian||2|
|RUSS 455||Aspects of Russian Stylistics||2|
|RUSS 456||Stylistics of Modern Russian||2|
|RUSS 457||Russian Women as Peace Makers||2|
|RUSS 458||Selected Topics||2|
|RUSS 459||Business Russian I||2|
|RUSS 462||Business Russian II||2|
|RUSS 463||Russian/Soviet Literature of the 20th Century (Special Author)||2|
|RUSS 464||Russian Literature in Emigration||2|
|RUSS 465||Russian Prose since the Thaw||2|
|RUSS 466||Russian Foreign Policy II||2|
For Ghanaian Students:
In determining eligibility for admission to Level 100 programmes, applicants’ aggregate score in the three core and three elective subjects as indicated below shall not exceed 24.
• Core Mathematics, English and Social Studies
• Three Electives.
The programme is open to applicants interested in the Performing Arts with aggregate 12 or better. They will be expected to attend an audition or interview.
For International Students:
West Africa WASSCE:
Credit passes in English, Core Mathematics &a Social Science subject.
Electives: Credit passes in any Three (3) Elective subjects
The programme is open to applicants interested in the Performing Arts with aggregate 24 or better. They will be expected to attend an audition or interview.
American High School:
American High School Grade 12
An applicant for admission to a degree programme in the University of Ghana must have and a Final Grade Point of at least 3.0
Cambridge ‘A’ and ‘O’ Levels:
GCE (Cambridge) – ‘A’ Levels
Passes in any Three (3) ‘A’ Level subjects
Applicants must have the following subjects to qualify to read the under listed courses:
Economics, Mathematics or Statistics – ‘A’ Level Mathematics
Computer Science – ‘A’ Level Mathematics
French – ‘A’ Level French
English – ‘A’ Level English Literature
Geography – ‘A’ Level Geography
1. GHANAIAN APPLICANTS
University of Ghana online application E-VOUCHERS can be obtained by Ghanaian applicants for GH¢200.00 at the following banks: Ecobank, Republic Bank, Agricultural Development Bank, Ghana Commercial Bank, Zenith Bank, Universal Merchant Bank, Consolidated Bank Ghana (CBG), Prudential Bank and Fidelity Bank. Ghanaian applicants in the following categories are expected to apply using the E-VOUCHER:
WASSSCE/SSSCE Applicants and Ghanaians with Foreign Background
WASSCE/SSSCE applicants and Ghanaians who apply with foreign qualifications from schools which write the International Baccalaureate (IB) and the IGCSE such as Alpha Beta, Faith Montessori International School, Ghana International School, New Nation International School, SOS – Hermann GMEINER International College and Tema International School etc., should do the following:
At any of the Banks listed above, applicants will be required to indicate their names, mobile phone numbers and e-mail addresses on the bank voucher before they are served. Those without e-mail addresses will however not be disadvantaged. A confirmation of their Pin will be sent to their mobile phones. After purchasing the e-voucher, applicants should CAREFULLY follow the instructions given. After the application has been submitted on-line, the e-voucher should be kept in a safe place as it may be required by applicants when accessing their admission status at a later date.
DIPLOMA/HND TO DEGREE APPLICANTS
After buying the e-voucher, Diploma/HND to Degree applicants are expected to scan and attach the following documents to their online application forms:
Where applicable, certified copies of ‘O’ and ‘A’ Level certificates/result slips
The pay-in-slips together with applicants’ certificates/result slips should be scanned and attached to the application form before submission online. The certificates/results slips should be scanned into one PDF or WORD document and attached to the application form.
2. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS AND GHANAIANS APPLYING FROM ABROAD
International applicants and Ghanaians applying from abroad should NOT buy the e-voucher. They should use the following this link to access the online application form for completion and submission.
Online Application for International & Ghanaians Abroad Undergraduate applicants
All applicants are expected to pay to the University a non-refundable application processing fee of US$110.00.This fee can be paid directly or wire transferred into the University of Ghana ECOBANK Account.
Details of the Account are:
Account Name: University of Ghana Foreign Students Fees
Account Number: 2441000716652
Bank Details: Ecobank Ghana Limited, Legon Branch
or International Transfer through Ecobank (2441000716652 or 1441000716647
or Payment with Credit Card on the GT payment platform.
The pay-in-slips together with applicants’ certificates/result slips should be scanned and attached to the application form before submission online. The certificates/ results slips should be scanned into one PDF or Word document and attached to the application form.
Note that no application will be processed without proof of payment of the fee.
UG’s B.A degree in Russian opens the door to a wide variety of careers. Many graduates have gone into teaching and translating. A lot more have also embarked upon successful careers in business and commerce, industry, the civil service, international relations and the media. The expected skills gained with the study of modern languages – cultural awareness, communication, accuracy, planning and logical analysis – are highly valued by employers from all sectors of the economy
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Prof (Mrs.) Ildiko Csajbok-Twerefou – Russian Section
Head of Department
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Dr. Albert Antwi-Boasiako – Russian Section
Dr. Albert Antwi-Boasiako – Russian Section
Mr. Yuriy Dzyadyk – Russian Section