Institute of Philology - Petro Mohyla Black Sea State University

Institute of Philology

Director of the Institute:Oleksandr Pronkevych

Email: oleksandrpronkevych@yahoo.com

Location of the Director's office:11th building, room 11-207

Telephone: (0512) 76-92-60

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Assistant Director: Liudmyla Sherstiuk

Рrincipal specialists of the Institute's Office: Lidia Levchenko, Tetiana Hinkul

General information about the Institute:

Field of Study: Language and Literature (English, German)

Qualification:Philologist, a teacher of two foreign languages (English and German, English and French, German and French) and world literature at educational establishments of secondary and postsecondary levels

Field of Study:Translation

Qualification:Translator, a teacher of two foreign languages (English and German, English and French, German and French) at educational establishments of secondary and postsecondary levels

Field of Study: Ukrainian Language and Literature. Foreign Language (English)

Qualification:Philologist, a teacher of Ukrainian Language and Literature at educational establishments of secondary and postsecondary levels, a teacher of a foreign language (English), a teacher of Ukrainian as a foreign language at educational establishments of secondary and postsecondary levels

Field of Study: Journalism

Qualification:Bachelor of Journalism

The history of the Institute of Philology goes back to September 1st 1997, when the Faculty of Foreign Philology was created in the Mykolayiv branch of National University Kyiv Mohyla Academy. In 2000, the German Department was created, and in 2003 the first graduates got their degrees. In 2004, the Master degree programme of studies was accredited in the field of study “Language and Literature (English and German, English and French, German and French and world literature).” In 2005, the programme for the Department of Continuing Education was set up. Since 2006, professional training of Master of German Philology in the field of study “Language and Literature (English and German languages and world literature)” has been conducted. On September 1st the field of study “Translation” was established, as well as the correspondence course in the field of study “Language and Literature (English and German, English and French, German and French and world literature).” On September 1st the training in the field of study “Ukrainian Language and Literature. Foreign Language (English)” was started. On June 20th the Bachelor's programme in the field of study “Translation” was accredited, “Specialist” and Master’s programmes in the field of study “Translation” were also licensed. On September 1st, 2010, the Faculty of Foreign Philology was transformed into the Institute of Philology. In 2014, the Bachelor’s programme in the field of study “Journalism” was licensed. Thus, until 2016, the Institute has been functioning in the described composition.