Faculty of Philological Sciences

"Choose the Russian language and bring Russia closer to us"


Basic academic studies of Russian language and literature are aimed at acquiring theoretical knowledge and mastering practical skills in the field of Russian language, Russian literature and culture. The further goal of these studies is to place a number of Russistic disciplines in a broader Slavic context, in order to gain a broader insight into Slavic studies in general, as well as to connect this troga (language, literature, culture) with national culture. These studies should enable students to have a comprehensive overview of the Russian profession and create the basis for further work in science and the application of its results in practice.
With the way it implements the Bologna process, its overall commitment and constant work to improve the quality of higher education, hard-working students and dedicated teaching staff, "Apeiron" has become a desirable partner for cooperation with prestigious universities of the Russian Federation, China and neighboring countries.
Given that for 10 years it has been intensively advocating for the spread of the Russian language through the Faculty of Philological Sciences, in a short period of time "Apeiron" University became a signatory to the agreement on cooperation with Moscow State Regional University, Lipetsk State University and Tambov State University. According to these agreements, students of the signatory universities study at their home university for the first three years, and at the "partner" university for the fourth. The result is a double degree – a degree from the Pan-European University and one of the mentioned universities.
Students of the Faculty of Philological Sciences are already living and studying in Russia. At the famous Moscow State University "MVLomonosov", with which "Apeiron" also cooperates, students of philology learn the Russian language, get to know Russian culture, but also actively participate in international scientific conferences and present their work in front of foreign academic audiences. So far, 40 students have gone to continue their education at all the mentioned universities in Russia. In December 2016, the Faculty of Philological Sciences of the Pan-European University with the Siberian School of Corporate Management from Omsk organized an international, scientific-professional conference, and in March 2017, it continues by gathering learned workers around the world through a conference it organized with the Russian Academy of Sciences from Moscow. "Apeiron" together with Moscow State University "MVLomonosov" also organized a scientific meeting dedicated to the Russian language.


The studies of the second cycle are individual studies, designed according to the student, which are carried out by a system of personal mentoring, conducting instructional and consultative classes and exercises, and organizing scientific research projects of students. On the Russian language study program – 60 ECTS the studies of the second cycle are organized for one year, as two-semester studies, which are evaluated with a minimum 60 ECTS credit points (for students who have completed the four-year level of the first cycle of studies with an entry level of 240 ECTS credit points), so that in the sum of the first cycle, the total accumulated credit points, after completing the study of the second cycle, amount to 300 ECTS points. The University conducts second-cycle studies as a combination of a dialog system of interactive teaching with student mentoring.


One-year master's studies of the second cycle in the Russian language study program - 60 ECTS can enroll a student who has previously completed four-year studies of the first cycle. Depending on the scientific field of study of the first cycle, which the candidate completed, three options are possible when enrolling in the study of the second cycle:

  • If the study of the first cycle is in the home area of ​​the enrolled study of the second cycle, the candidate is enrolled without additional pedagogical obligations.
  • If the study of the first cycle is partially matriculated with the scientific fields of matriculation of the enrolled second cycle study, the candidate is assigned a differential program that compensates for the missing competencies. The content of the differential program is determined by the Commission for Exam Recognition and Evaluation of Study Programs. The differential program cannot be greater than 60 ECTS points.
  • Students from nematic study programs cannot be enrolled.

Duration of studies:
►Studies of the second cycle lasting 1 or 2 years (2 or 4 semesters)

Academic titles:
► Master of Russian language and literature - 300 ECTS

Linguistics, Linguistics, Teaching Methodologies of the Modern Russian Language