The special track in Linguistics provides students with an in-depth foundation in contemporary trends of linguistics, and linguistic and cross-linguistic research methods. The focus is on training autonomous linguists to be capable of creatively addressing language use-related issues and being able to use the acquired linguistic competencies in their research and/or teaching career at educational and/or research institutions.
Why Vilnius University?
- Global outlook: 2000+ international students from 74 different countries.
- Among the top 500 universities worldwide (QS).
- European Union diploma.
- Academic field (research and teaching at higher education institutions).
- Other language-related fields (editing, translation, lexicographic practice, proofreading and publishing), in which practical application of the acquired linguistic competencies is required.