B.A. PROGRAMME IN RUSSIAN LANGUAGE

B.A. PROGRAMME IN RUSSIAN LANGUAGE

PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION

 

 Decision This Programme is promulgated in conjunction with Decision 2059/QĐ-ĐHNN dated 28th August, 2019 of the Rector of University of Languages and International Studies – VNU, Hanoi
Campus This Programme is delivered at ULIS’s campus, No. 2 Pham Van Dong Rd, Cau Giay Dist., Hanoi, Vietnam.
Level Undergraduate

 

Coordinator

Head of the Faculty of Russian Language and Culture

Phone: 0983885584

Emai: minhthu229@yahoo.com

Contact

ULIS – Faculty of Russian Language and Culture

Building B2, University of Languages and International Studies – VNU

No 2, Pham Van Dong Rd., Cau Giay Dist., Hanoi, Vietnam

Phone: (+84) 62537731

 

PART 1: OVERVIEW OF THE PROGRAMME

  1. General Information

Training institution: VNU, Hanoi – University of Languages and International Studies (ULIS)

Awarding institution: VNU, Hanoi – University of Languages and International Studies (ULIS)

Programme Title:

In Vietnamese: Ngôn ngữ Nga

In English: Russian

Final Award:

In Vietnamese: Cử nhân ngành Ngôn ngữ Nga

In English: The Degree of Bachelor in Russian

Programme Code: 7220202

Duration & Number of Credits: 4 years & 128 credits

Admission Criteria: Under the regulations of Vietnam National University, Hanoi

Last Updated, Revised and Approved by VNU-ULIS: 08/2019

  1. Goals and Objectives of the Programme

The B.A. Programme in Russian Language programme provides highly adaptable bachelors with a good knowledge of Russian and proficiency in Russian (minimum level 5 according to the 6-level Language Proficiency Framework for Vietnam); flexibility, basic competencies (such as the ability to communicate, identify and solve problems, and solve problems); have additional skills such as communication skills, exploration, consideration, teamwork; understanding of the local, domestic or international environment in which Russian is used as a foreign language, or international language; have extensive knowledge of cultural society; can continue to self-study, participate in higher education, accumulate important personal and professional qualities and skills to become experts, managers, and leaders in the specialized fields.

With the philosophy of education based on the theory of social constructivism, student-centered, enhancing learners’ autonomy, the Russian Language Bachelor’s degree program is designed in the direction of creative experiential learning, guiding learners to self-acquire knowledge and perfect skills through experiential activities.

  1. Admission information

Admission form: entrance examination, admission according to the Admission Scheme approved by the Ministry of Education and Training and VNU annually.

PART 2: THE EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE PROGRAMME

  1. Knowledge and professional capacity

1.1. Knowledge

Graduated from the training program, students have in-depth theoretical knowledge in the field of training; master the techniques and have practical knowledge to be able to handle complex tasks; accumulate a background knowledge of the basic principles, natural and social laws in the field of training to develop new knowledge and be able to continue studying at a higher level; have knowledge of management, administration, legal knowledge and environmental protection related to the training field; and have specific knowledge according to the following groups:

  • Generic knowledge
  • Understand and apply into practice the scientific knowledge system the basic principles of Marxism-Leninism – the most accurate and scientific theory is made up of three theoretical parts with a dialectic unifying system.together: Marxist Philosophy, Marxist-Leninist Political Economy, Scientific Socialism.Understand basic and systematic knowledge about Ho Chi Minh’s ideology, morality, cultural values, basic contents of the Revolutionary Way of the Communist Party of Vietnam, mainly inrenovation period on a number of basic areas of social life;
  • Remember and explain the basics of information and communication networks.Use common information processing tools (operating system, softwares to support office work and Internet exploitation…);
  • Have a minimum second language proficiency of level 3 according to the 6-level foreign language proficiency framework for Vietnam;
  • Understand and apply the basic scientific knowledge in the field of sport to exercise and self-training to strengthen and improve health, prevent injury.Apply basic techniques, tactics, competition rules to community sports activities;
  • Understand the basic contents of the Party’s and State’s military policies and defense-security tasks in the new situation.Applying the knowledge learned to combat in normal combat conditions.
    • General discipline knowledge
  • Grasp the basics of world geography and express those knowledges in Russian;
  • Apply basic knowledge of statistical science in learning and scientific research related to training;
  • Understand the relationship between environmental protection and sustainable development at the national or international level and contribute to local environmental protection.
    • Specific discipline knowledge
  • Apply basic knowledge about cultural awareness and cultural organization of Vietnamese life, thereby having compassion, awareness and responsibility for the national cultural heritage and the future of culture.Vietnam;
  • Understand the nature and function, origin and development of language, basic concepts of vocabulary, phonetics, grammar and writing to serve language learning and professional work;
  • Master the knowledge of Vietnamese practices such as receiving documents, creating documents, identifying errors and correcting errors in documents in order to enhance their ability to communicate in Vietnamese;grasp the issues of Vietnamese theory such as phonetics, grammar, vocabulary – semantics and Vietnamese learning;
  • Understand the cultural knowledge, world development history, the way of perceiving art, develop the capacity of critical thinking, scientific research methods.
    • Inter-discipline knowledge
  • Understand the basic concepts of Russian phonetics, the laws of phonetics, so that you know how to perfect your own pronunciation accuracy;
  • Master and apply basic knowledge of Russian grammar in professional work;
  • Master the basics of Russian learning vocabulary and thereby using more accurate words in communication practice;
  • Master the general knowledge of the Russian country including the characteristics of Russian history, people, culture, society, economy, politics and education, as well as Russian literature in different periods;
  • Understand the basic knowledge of the relationship between language and culture, thereby being able to communicate successfully in an intercultural environment;
  • Master the knowledge of Russian language practice at level 5 according to the 6-level foreign language proficiency framework for Vietnam;
  • Use Russian well at level 5 according to the 6-level language proficiency framework for Vietnam;can apply knowledge of phonetics, grammar and vocabulary in translation and research.
    • Major knowledge
  • Master and apply basic knowledge of the theory and practice of Russian – Vietnamese, Vietnamese – Russian translation or translation or other basic knowledge related to the tourism field as a premise for future work;

Know how to apply the professional knowledge and skills of interpreters or translators or staff in the tourism sector learned in practical work in the offices, companies, and at the same time hone professional skills. If necessary, to initially get acquainted with the realities of the market and society and thus feel more confident in your future career;

– Master and apply knowledge of Russian language and culture through conducting a specialized research project or studying highly integrated graduate alternative modules.

1.2. Autonomy and responsibility

Have the capacity to lead trained professional skills; initiative in the process of implementing assigned tasks; able to self-orient, adapt to different working environments; self-study, accumulate knowledge and experience to improve professional qualifications; be able to draw conclusions about professional issues, common business and some complex technical issues; have the capacity to plan, coordinate and promote collective intelligence; has the capacity to evaluate and improve professional activities on a medium scale.

  1. Skills
    • Specialized skills
      • Career skills
    • Have the skills to complete complex tasks that require the application of theoretical and practical knowledge of the trained industry in different contexts;have skills to analyze, synthesize, evaluate data and information, synthesize collective opinion and use new achievements in science and technology to solve practical or abstract problems in the trained field;have a professional leadership capacity to deal with local and regional-scale issues;
    • Ability to use the Russian language well;know how to express the idea of the problem in the form of speaking and writing clearly, the language is clear, easy to understand, suitable in style, has good editing ability;
    • Master the translation techniques and know how to use the dictionary effectively;
    • To be able to effectively use knowledge acquired in many fields, especially the cultural knowledge of Russia and Vietnam, in their translation work;
    • Ability to concentrate, know to overcome psychological pressure, time, workload;
    • Ability to remember information, react quickly and flexibly;
    • Ability to learn about objects and working environment, know how to collect and process information related to work and use effectively information collected in translation / interpretation work;
    • Ability to be responsible for products they translate in terms of quality and quantity;
    • Able to recognize and respect the conventions and styles of documents;
    • To be able to separate from mechanical translation towards thoughtful translation;
    • Ability to manage time, adaptive skills, problem detection and solving skills, offer solutions, recommendations, analysis and synthesis skills;
    • Ability to develop career, self-assessment, self-study and self-training to improve self-capacity, quality and efficiency of translating / interpretating, becoming a part of a competitive market withprofessional skills, profession and high knowledge.
      • Ability to reason and think and solve problems
    • Apply the theory of Marxism-Leninism and Ho Chi Minh’s Thought to determine specific methodology and research methods.Firmly grasp the laws of objectivity, the trend of time and practice of the country.Grasp the Party’s viewpoints, undertakings and lines to identify, analyze and solve specific problems in research, study, and dedication to and contribution to social life;
    • Ability to reason and solve problems in the field of translation.
      • Ability to research and explore knowledge

Ability to form hypotheses, collect, analyze and process information, participate in experimental research, test hypotheses and apply them to research issues related to the field of work.

  • Ability to think systematically

Think logically and systematically when approaching and handling translation problems in particular, and economic – cultural – social issues in general.

  • Social and historical context and external environment

Have the ability to socialize, adapt to the society and work environment. Have social understanding, quickly adapting to domestic and international economic and social changes.

  • Context of the organization

Master the strategy, plans, goals and culture of the organization where you work to work successfully. Quick adaptation to organizational changes in the dynamics of the modern world economy.

  • Ability to apply knowledge and skills into practice
  • Ability to flexibly and appropriately apply knowledge and skills to perform work, analyze and handle practical problems in the field of work;
  • Ability to learn about objects and working environment, have methods of collecting and processing regular information about the subject’s needs and characteristics, about the political, economic, cultural and social situation oflocal, national and international, using the information obtained in Russian translation and interpretation.
    • Ability to create, develop and lead change in career

Ability to create, lead and develop careers through self-study, the desire to constantly learn, hone and practice the knowledge, skills necessary for the job and the ability to quickly adapt to the change of reality.

  • Supporting skills
    • Personal skills

Hard-working, enthusiastic and passionate about work; know how to manage personal time and resources well; being able to adapt to the complexity of reality; know how to self-evaluate work results, complete work on time, set goals, self-develop, self-improvement and career development.

  • Group skills

Ability to form, manage and develop effectively team; know team leaders (management, assigning tasks, coordinating individuals in the group, using methods of encouragement, encouragement…), handling conflicts in the group; know how to work in different groups.

  • Management and leadership skills

Ability to lead, manage changes or apply new advances in career.

  • Communication skills
  • Good verbal and written communication (exchanges, presentations), effective communication and knowledge transfer in both oral and written form;
  • Ability to apply sophisticated language skills to diverse and specific circumstances.
    • Communication skills using foreign languages

Specialized foreign language skills: have foreign language skills at a level that can understand the main points of a report or speech on familiar topics in work related to the trained industry; can use foreign languages to express and handle some common professional situations; can write a report with simple content, presenting opinions related to professional work.

  • Information technology skills

Proficient in using information technology tools for professional work; proficient in the effective exploitation of the Internet for learning and research. Being able to organize information storage on computers and use computers to solve common problems.

  1. Moral attributes
    • Personal moral attributes
  • Clearly define Marxism-Leninism and Ho Chi Minh’s thought as guideline, ideological foundation for all activities in practice.Study and follow Ho Chi Minh’s moral example.Build confidence in the leadership of the Party, strive for the Party’s ideal, foster and raise students’ sense of responsibility in the face of major national missions.Having a healthy style and lifestyle, dare to sacrifice, and strive for the ideal;
  • Have a spirit of patriotism, love of socialism, pride and respect for the nation’s tradition of fighting against foreign aggression, a sense of vigilance against the schemes and tricks of hostile forces,ready to defend the fatherland;
  • Confident, flexible, dare to face risks;compliance with ethical standards and principles;enthusiasm, passion for creation;have self-respect, cultural understanding;highly adaptable to circumstances and conditions, working environment, courageous, determined to act despite unfavorable circumstances;always have a sense of learning, constantly improving their capacities and having a desire to overcome difficulties and rise to success.
    • Professional ethical attributes
  • Honesty, accountability and trustworthiness;have national pride;passion for work, actively discovering knowledge, discovering practice;
  • Ensure integrity, fairness, impartiality, non-discrimination in translation-translation tasks, faithful to the original (spoken / written) text, and do not add, modify, or distort the content of the information and communication intentions of the author’s spokesman;
  • Ensure the confidentiality of customers’ information in the task of translation-interpreting;have the right attitude and understand the importance of the translation-translating task;have perseverance, passion for work, have professional behavior;fully complying with regulations on professional ethics;
  • Ability to manage time, adaptive skills, learn and self-study skills, problem discovery and problem solving skills, offer solutions, recommendations, analysis and synthesis skills;
  • Good behavior, friendly with colleagues, solidarity, cooperation, cooperation with colleagues.
    • Social ethical attributes

Clearly define the responsibilities and obligations of themselves, have the correct character and behavior of citizens; have ethical standards in social relationships, living and working responsibly with the community and the country; have a healthy, civilized lifestyle, consistent with national identity; have exemplary style, work scientifically.

  1. Employment Opportunities

Given the generic and specialized knowledge, skills and attitudes developed throughout the Programme, graduates from the FRLC are well-equipped to fulfill, take lead in different working positions regardless of rapid socio-economic changes. Here are some but not all jobs that the Programme’s graduate can undertake:

Translators / Interpreters / Editors: The Programme’s graduates are able to work independently as translators and/or interpreters in public, private and/or multi-international organizations, editors in publishing houses, news editors and writers in news agencies, newspapers, television stations, radio stations, and so on.

Office secretaries / Foreign affairs assistants / Tour guides: The Programme’s graduates are able to perform administrative work in both public and private multi-national organizations in a wide range of industries such as business, international cooperation, travel and tourism and so on.

  1. Ability to study, improve after graduation

– Ability to self-study on theoretical and practical issues related to the Russian language;

– Bachelor in Russian Language has the opportunity to study at higher levels (master’s, doctoral) in the Russian language field.

PART 3: PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

1.      Summary of training programme requirements

Total credits: 128 credits

 
I Generic knowledge 16 credits
II General Discipline Knowledge 9 credits
+ Required courses 3 credits
+ Elective courses 6/9 credits
III Specific Discipline Knowledge 10 credits
+ Required courses 6 credits
+ Elective courses 4/18 credits
IV Inter-discipline Knowledge 57 credits
+ Required courses 51 credits
+ Elective courses 6/21 credits
V Major Knowledge 36 credits
+ Required courses 18 credits
+ Elective courses 9 credits
Graduation Paper and Practicum 9 credits
  Total credits 128   credits

 

  1. Programme Structure
No. Course code Courses No. of credits No. of credit hours Codes of prerequisite courses
Theory Practice Self-study
I   Block I: Generic knowledge

(not including 7-8)

16        
1 PHI1006 Marxist-Leninist Philosophy 3 30 15
2 PHI1008 Political Economics of Marxism and Leninism 2 20 10
3 PHI1002 Scientific Socialism 2 20 10
4 POL1001 Ho Chi Minh Ideology 2 20 10
5 HIS1001 History of Vietnamese Communist Party 2 20 10
6 Foreign Language B1 5 30 75 15
FLF1107 English B1
FLF1307 French B1
FLF1407 Chinese B1
FLF1507 German B1
FLF1607 Japanese B1
FLF1707 Korean B1
FLF1807 Spanish B1
FLF1907 Thai B1
FLF2107 Italian B1
FLF2207 Laotian B1
7 Physical Education 4
8 National Defence Education 8
II   General Discipline Knowledge 9        
II.1   Required courses 3
9 FLF1008 Skills for University Success 3 27 15 3
II.2   Elective courses 6/9
10 RUS1001B General Geography 3 27 15 3 RUS4031
11 RUS1002 Environment and Development 3 27 15 3 RUS4031
12 FLF1007 Information and Communications Technology 3 27 15 3
III   Specific DisciplineKnowledge 10        
III.1   Required courses 6        
13 HIS1056 Introduction to Vietnamese Culture 3 30 10 5
14 VLF1052 Introduction to Vietnamese Linguistics 3 30 10 5
III.2   Elective courses 4/18        
15 MAT1078 Statistics for Social Sciences 2 15 15    
16 VLF1053 Practical Vietnamese 2 20 6 4
17 FLF1002 Scientific Research Methodology 2 15 13 2
18 PHI1051 General Logics 2 20 6 4
19 FLF1003 Critical Thinking 2 15 13 2
20 FLF1001 Artistry 2 20 10
21 HIS1053 History of World Civilization 2 22 7 1
22 FLF1004 Introduction to South-East Asian Cultures 2 20 8 2
23 PSF3002 General Psychology 2 20 6 4
IV.1   Languages and Cultures Knowledge 18        
IV.1.1 Required courses 12
24 RUS2033 Russian Linguistics 1 3 20 20 5 RUS4028

RUS4029

25 RUS2034 Russian Linguistics 2 3 20 20 5 RUS2033
26 RUS2003 Russian Country Studies 3 25 15 5 RUS4028

RUS4029

27 RUS2032 Intercultural Communication 3 25 15 5 RUS4028

RUS4029

IV.1.2 Elective courses 6/21
28 RUS2045 Russian Lexicology 3 20 20 5 RUS2034

 

29 RUS2030 Russian Stylistics 3 20 20 5 RUS2034
30 RUS2035 Russian Pragmatics 3 20 20 5 RUS2034
31 RUS2036 New Trends in Modern Russian 3 20 20 5 RUS2034
32 RUS2031 Contrastive Linguistics: Russian and Vietnamese 3 20 20 5 RUS2034
33 RUS2046 Russian Literature 1 3 25 15 5 RUS4028

RUS4029

34 RUS2047 Russian Literature 2 3 25 15 5 RUS2046
IV.2   Russian Language Proficiency

Skills

39        
35 RUS4021 Russian 1A 4 32 80 8
36 RUS4022 Russian 1B 4 32 80 8
37 RUS4023 Russian 2A 4 40 100 10 RUS4021 RUS4022
38 RUS4024 Russian 2B 4 40 100 10 RUS4021 RUS4022
39 RUS4025 Russian 3A 4 32 80 8 RUS4023 RUS4024
40 RUS4026 Russian 3B 4 32 80 8 RUS4023 RUS4024
41 RUS4028 Russian 4A 4 32 80 8 RUS4025 RUS4026 RUS4031
42 RUS4029 Russian 4B 4 32 80 8 RUS4025 RUS4026 RUS4031
43 RUS4031 Russian 3C 3 16 40 4 RUS4023 RUS4024
44 RUS4032 Russian 4C 4 16 40 4 RUS4025 RUS4026 RUS4031
V Major Knowledge (Choose one) 36  
V.1   Interpretation 27        
V.1.1 Required courses 18        
45 RUS3034 Translation Theory 3 20 20 5 RUS4028

RUS4029

46 RUS3030 Interpretation 3 10 30 5 RUS3034
47 RUS3017 Translation 3 10 30 5 RUS3034

 

48 RUS3018 Advanced Translation 3 10 30 5 RUS3017
49 RUS3028 Advanced Interpretation 3 10 30 5 RUS3030
50 RUS3040 Professional Skills for Translators and Interpreters 3 20 20 5 RUS3034
V.1.2 Elective courses 9/27        
V.1.2.1 Advanced courses 6/12
51 RUS3037 Translation for Specific Purposes 3 20 20 5 RUS3034
52 RUS3039 Translation for Specific Purposes 1 3 10 30 5 RUS3037
53 RUS3042 Translation for Specific Purposes 2 3 10 30 5 RUS3037
54 RUS3041 Translation Analysis and Assessment 3 20 20 5 RUS3017 RUS3030
V.1.2.2 Supplementary courses 3/15
55 RUS3032 Russian for Tourism 3 15 20 10 RUS4028

RUS4029

56 RUS3031 Russian for Office 3 15 20 10 RUS4028

RUS4029

57 RUS3035 Russian for Economics 3 15 20 10 RUS4028

RUS4029

58 RUS3038 Communication and Diplomatic Reception Etiquette 3 25 15 5 RUS4028

RUS4029

59 TOU3013 Travel Guide 3 20 20 5
V.2   Tourism 27        
V.2.1 Required courses 18        
60 RUS3030 Interpretation 3 10 30 5 RUS4028

RUS4029

61 RUS3017 Translation 3 10 30 5 RUS4028

RUS4029

62 TOU2001 Introduction to Tourism Science 3 25 15 5
63 TOU2003 Tourism Economics 3 25 15 5
64 RUS3038 Communication and Diplomatic Reception Etiquette 3 30 10 5 RUS4028

RUS4029

65 RUS3032 Russian for Tourism 3 15 20 10 RUS4028

RUS4029

V.2.2 Elective courses 9/27      
V.2.2.1 Advanced courses 6/15
66 RUS3033 Advanced Russian for Tourism 3 15 20 10 RUS3032
67 RUS3019 Cultural Tourism Geography 3 30 10 5 TOU2001 RUS4028

RUS4029

68 TOU2009 Travel Business Management 3 25 15 5 TOU2003
69 TOU2008 Hospitality Business Management 3 25 15 5 TOU2003
70 TOU3013 Travel Guide 3 20 20 5
V.2.2.2 Supplementary courses 3/12        
71 RUS3028 Advanced Interpretation 3 10 30 5 RUS3030
72 RUS3018 Advanced Translation 3 10 30 5 RUS3017
73 RUS3031 Russian for Office 3 15 20 10 RUS4028

RUS4029

74 RUS3035 Russian for Economics 3 15 20 10 RUS4028

RUS4029

V.3 Graduation paper and Internship 9  
75 RUS4001 Internship 3
76 RUS4051 Graduation paper or alternative subject(s)

(Choose 2 from elective IV or V)

6
Total Credits 128  

Notes: Foreign Language courses in the Generic Knowledge Block have their credits included in the total credits of the Programme, but the final assessment results of these courses are not added in the semester GPAs and the aggregate cumulative GPA of the Programme.

PART 3: COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

Course title: Marxism – Leninism Philosophy

Course code: PHI1006                                              Credit points:  3

Basic principles of Marxism – Leninism provide students with an appropriate view and methodology of philosophy through the contents of dialectical materialism and historical materialism. On that basis, it clarifies the fundamental theoretical basis and directly leads to the appearance and main principles of the Marxist – Leninist doctrine on socialism.

Course title: Political Economics of Marxism and Leninsm

Course code : PHI1008                                             Credit points :  2

Following Marxism – Leninism Philosophy, this couse also shows the most basic principles of Marxism-Leninism about capitalist mode of production by studying three economic theories: value theory, surplus value theory and State monopoly of capital. These doctrines not only clarify the major economic laws that govern the movement of the market economy, capitalist production, but also demonstrate the indispensability of the collapse of capitalism and the victory of socialism. On that basis, it clarifies the fundamental theoretical basis and directly leads to the appearance and main principles of the Marxist – Leninist doctrine on socialism.

Course title: Scientific socialism

Course code: PHI1002                                              Credit points:  2

The course provides to students basic and advanced knowledge, modernization of socio-political philosophy, knowledge of scientific socialism, scientific methods of thinking, and solving skills. solve problems in work and life; be able to detect and solve theoretical and practical problems from a professional perspective.

Course title: Ho Chi Minh Ideology

Course code : POL1001                                            Credit points : 2

This course provides learners with a comprehensive introduction to the foundation, the formation and development of Ho Chi Minh Ideology; The system of comprehensive and insightful views on some basic issues of the Vietnamese revolution, including the issue of ethnicity and revolution of national liberation; socialism and the transitional road to socialism in Vietnam; Communist Vietnam; great national unity and international solidarity; democracy and the formation of the state by the people, for the people; morality, culture, and the construction of new people; The contributions of Ho Chi Minh in both theoretical and practical aspects to the revolution of Vietnamese people.

Course title: History of Vietnamese Communist Party

Course code: HIS1001                                              Credit points: 2

This course provides students with knowledge and skills concerning the historical background, the process of establishing the Communist Party of Vietnam, the subject of planning the revolutionary lines of Vietnam; basic and systematic knowledge of the revolutionary line of the Party including the system of views, guidelines and policies on the objectives, directions, tasks and solutions of the Vietnamese revolution shown through the Party’s resolutions in the process of leading the Vietnamese revolution from the people’s democratic revolution to the socialist revolution and some basic areas of social life of the Party’s line during the Renovation process. After this course, students will be able to apply specialized knowledge of the Party’s and State’s lines, policies and laws to actively and positively solve economic, political, cultural and social problems.

Course title: Foreign Language B1

Credit points: 5

This course aims at improving students’ second foreign language proficiency. It is the third course in a series of three courses which is expected to helps students achieve the second foreign language proficiency at level 3 (or B1 – CEFR)  The course content includes Speaking, Listening, Reading, Writing, Grammar and Vocabulary. At the end of the course, students can: understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc.;deal with most situations likely to arise whilst travelling in an area where the language is spoken; produce simple connected text on topics which are familiar or of personal interest; describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes & ambitions and briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans.

Course title: Physical Education

Credit points: 4

This course is designed to investigate and apply the basic concepts and principles of lifetime physical fitness and other health-related factors. Emphasis is placed on wellness through the study of nutrition, healthy lifestyle and practice of popular sports. Upon completion, students should be able to plan a personal, lifelong fitness program based on individual needs, abilities,

and interests and acquire basic skills of popular sports, e.g football, volleyball, etc.

Course title: National Defense Education

Credit points: 8

The objectives of this training course are to educate students about patriotism, pride and respect for national traditions; to equip students with the basic knowledge on defense – security and military skills necessary for students to fully aware of the rights, obligations, responsibility for the cause of building and defending the country.

Course title: Skills for University Success

Course code: FLF1008                                                         Credit points: 3

The course provides to the students can understand learning requirements, how to study success, developing learning skills, promote the initiative and autonomy. Beside, the learner can identify who you are in a university setting, understand the requirements of the university environment, be more active with your studies, manage their time effectively, plan and track your learning, develop critical thinking skills and enjoy student life.

Course title: General Geography

Course code: RUS1001B                                                      Credit points: 3

This course is designed for third year students who are at the B2 Russian level according to the European Framework of Reference and want to reach level C1. The course provides students with the basic knowledge of General Geography around a number of main topics such as: Geography as a science subject, the universe, Earth as a planet of the solar system, structural points of the Earth, natural phenomena, geographical features, population of continents, geographical features of Russia and Vietnam, etc. The course also aims to train students in independent and teamwork skills, critical and analytical thinking skills, problem solving skills, and also help students gain More serious attitudes in studying, increasing their interest in Russian and their chosen major.

Course title: Information and Communications Technology

Course code: FLF1007                                                         Credit points: 3

The course is designed to provide students with basic knowledge about information, computers, software and information technology applications. It also trains students in skills of using the operating system, using popular office software and utilizing some services on the Internet in service of their language learning and doing research. Besides, the course also provides students with basic knowledge about communication.

Course title: Introduction to Vietnamese Culture

Course code: HIS1056                                                          Credit points: 3

This course provides learners with basic concepts of Vietnamese culture. By offering general knowledge, this course helps learners explain different aspects of Vietnamese culture such as the relationships between people, natural environment, social environment and culture; main features of cultural interaction between Vietnam and China, as well as Vietnam and India, etc. Besides, fundamental components of Vietnamese culture such as languages, religions, rituals, beliefs, and history are also introduced.

Course title: Introduction to Vietnamese Linguistics

Course code: VLF1052                                                         Credit points: 3

The phonetics section provides knowledge about the linguistic characteristic of Vietnamese language such as syllables, syllable structure, and phonetic system. The semantics section offers knowledge about usage of words such as word composition, word meaning, synonyms, antonyms and meanings of sentences like the descriptive meaning of a sentence. The grammar section provides the knowledge of words, phrases, and sentences. The syllabus section provides a number of key theories such as theories of communicative activity and theories of language action.

Course title: Statistics for Social Sciences

Course code : MAT1078                                                      Credit points : 2

This course enables students to understand and apply statistical techniques to social science research questions, using statistics to understand social phenomena. The course will present a foundation for when, how, and why different statistical techniques are utilized to answer social research questions.the two variables.

Course title: Practical Vietnamese

Course code: VLF1053                                                         Credit points: 2

This course comprises three main parts. Part one: Receive the text: This part briefly introduces about text, text types, text summary, topic and sub-topic identification. Part two: Create the text: This part introduces the steps to outline a text, different ways to organize a text and methods in writing a paragraph and linking paragraphs. Part three: Practice writing sentence, wording.

Course title: Scientific Research Methodology

Course code: FLF1002                                                         Credit points: 2

This course equips learners with fundamental knowledge about research methodology including basic concepts and principles of research. Besides, learners can practice with the basic steps of doing research, apply the acquired knowledge in research papers, reports and get access to specialized documents and Internet sources.

Course title: General Logics

Course code: PHI1051                                                          Credit points: 2

This course studies the forms and principles of thinking that aims at the awareness of the objective reality. Learners are expected to analyze the structures of the thinking process and understand logical steps of human being.

Course title: Critical Thinking

Course code: FLF1003                                                         Credit points: 2

This course focuses on five major themes, namely “Concept Development,” “Message Analysis,” “Prejudice identification,” “Argument Analysis,” and “Problem Solving”, which assist learners in developing critical thinking. The course involves different skills and practices, provides learners with the chance to develop important academic skills such as teamwork and time management

Course title: Artistry

Course code: FLF1001                                                         Credit points: 2

This course contains art subjects such as painting, music, film, photography, architecture, visual art, etc. Through the perception of different art forms, learners will improve their ability to appreciate art and develop aesthetic sense.

Course title: History of World Civilization

Course code: HIS1053                                                          Credit points: 2

This course is basically a history course which demonstrates the development of different civilizations in the world, thus explains the relationships between cultures nowadays as well as modern issues. Learners will be equipped with knowledge about the formation and development of European civilizations as well as Asian, African and American.

Course title: Introduction to Southeast Asian Cultures

Course code: FLF1004                                                         Credit points: 2

This course provides learners with basic knowledge about different cultures in ASEAN countries, their similarities as well as differences. Moreover, in-depth knowledge about the cultures of Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei, their values, government system will also be introduced

Course title: General Psychology

Course code: PSF3002                                                          Credit points: 2

Provide students with the basic knowledge system of General Psychology from the perspective of dialectical materialism and historical materialism as the basis for studying other fields of Psychology.

Initially know how to apply the knowledge of Psychology to train themselves and into the work of teaching, educating students at colleges and vocational schools.

Course title: Russian Linguistics 1

Course code: RUS2033                                                         Credit points: 3

The objective of the course is to introduce to the student the most common picture of linguistics, major disciplines and trends in modern linguistics; helps learners have a concept of the main features of the phonetic system, the structure of words and the russian morphology to help them have a systematic view of these language levels in russian and then learn russian sign. more fruit. The course also aims to train students in independent and teamwork skills, critical and analytical thinking skills, problem solving skills, and also help students acquire more serious attitudes in studying, increasing their interest in russian and their chosen major.

Course title: Russian Linguistics 2

Course code: RUS2034                                                         Credit points: 3

The objective of the course is to introduce the learner to the positions, objects, tasks of syntax, concepts and properties of syntax units in russian. The course also aims to train students in independent and teamwork skills, critical and analytical thinking skills, problem solving skills, and also help students acquire more serious attitudes in studying, increasing their interest in russian and their chosen major.

Course title: Russian Country Studies

Course code : RUS2003                                                        Credit points : 3

The objective of the course is to introduce to the participants the most general picture of Russia, to help learners grasp the basic and most general knowledge of geography, history, culture and development of russian society, the fundamental changes of today’s russian society such as: the educational system, the economic development situation, the state organizational structure, thereby helping them to have a view and appreciate the correct position and role. Russian games in the world. The course also aims to train students in reading skills, group work, general skills, generalizing what they have read, analytical thinking, presentation skills, problem interpretation, at the same time also helps students improve their ability to practice and take a more serious attitude towards their studies, increasing their interest in Russian and their chosen major.

Course title: Inter-Cultural Communication

Course code: RUS2032                                                         Credit points: 3

The objective of the course is to introduce learners to the key concepts and features of intercultural communication, the basics and strategies of intercultural communication, and broaden understanding. basic knowledge of language and culture. Seeing the importance of Intercultural Communication in the current global integration trend. Foreign language learners not only need to master the foreign language they learn, but also need to have a deep understanding of that ethnic culture to ensure successful communication. Properly aware of the current trend of teaching and learning foreign languages associated with culture. Create excitement in learning and explore language-culture in general, intercultural communication in particular, to improve students’ ability to practice language.

Course title: Russian Lexicology

Course code: RUS2045                                                         Credit points: 3

The objective of the course is to introduce learners to the basic features of the Russian vocabulary system, to help them grasp the essence of words – the most important language unit in the system of language units, copper. time helps them to see the characteristics of the Russian vocabulary from different aspects: semantics, origins, range characteristics and usage levels. The course also aims to train students in independent and teamwork skills, critical and analytical thinking skills, problem solving skills, and also help students acquire More serious attitudes in studying, increasing their interest in Russian and their chosen major.

Course title: Russian Stylistics

Course code: RUS2030                                                         Credit points: 3

After completing the subject, learners will grasp the basic concepts of lexical features, morphology and syntax of the main styles: scientific, administrative-official, journalistic-essay, conversational and can communicate, read comprehension and write some types of documents in accordance with the characteristics of the above styles.

Course title: Russian Pragmatics

Course Code: RUS2035                                                       Credit Points: 3

This course will introduce fundamental concepts in pragmatics in general and in russian language in particular. The course requires learners to have sufficient command of russian language and culture. The concepts studied in the course will be accompanied by practical examples for efficient acquisition.

Course title: Constrative Linguistics: Russian and Vietnamese

Course Code: RUS2031                                                       Credit Points: 3

This course equips learners with theories to compare their mother tongue with russian language for the aim of sound understanding in both languages.

The course’s student-centered approach requires learners to actively paricipate in the course under teachers’ instructions.

Course title: Russian Literature 1

Course Code: RUS2046                                                       Credit Points: 3

The course aims to equip students with basic knowledge of 19th century russian literature, the schools, tendencies, and typical representatives of the russian realist, critical realism. Through the research of identity, career and famous works of all time of the great trees in russian literature such as A. Puskin, L. Tolstoy, A. Tshekhov students understand the main issues of era, as well as the role and position of these writers in russian and international literature.

Course title: Russian Literature 2

Course code: RUS2047                                                         Credit points: 3

The subject aims to equip students with basic knowledge of 20th century russian literature, outstanding features and achievements of 20th and early 21st century russian literature, literary schools, trends composers and authors, works typical of volatile russian contemporary literature. Through the study of life, career and famous works of all time of the great trees in russian literature such as M. Gorky, S. Yesenin, M. Sholokhov, students understand and have knowledge of issues of the era as well as the role and position of these writers in russian literature and the world, but also has a rich vocabulary of languages.

Course title: Russian 1A

Course code: RUS4021                                                         Credit Points: 4

Forming the listening and speaking skills of students in Russian, by the end of the first semester, students can reach the A1 international standard.

Course title: Russian 1B

Course code: RUS4022                                                         Credit points: 4

To develop students’ reading and writing skills in russian, by the end of the first semester, students can reach A1 international standards.

Course title: Russian 2A

Course code: RUS4023                                                         Credit Points: 4

Provide students with language and cultural knowledge and develop students’ russian speaking and listening skills to achieve A2 standard.

Course Title: Russian 2B

Code: RUS4024                                                                     Credit Points: 4

To provide students with language and cultural knowledge and develop students’ russian read-write skills to achieve A2 standard.

Course title: Russian 3A

Course code: RUS4025                                                         Credit points: 4

The course is designed for sophomore students who are at the A2+ Russian language level according to the European Framework of Reference and want to reach level B1. This is a compulsory course conducted in parallel with Russian subjects 3B, 3C. The subject especially focuses on the listening and speaking skills of students: helping students to communicate fairly, fluently in a range of common topics and situations of communication, and actively lead stories. Can participate in conversation, exchange, present personal opinions, evaluate the opinions of others, can logically retell with his / her readings, hearings, events witnessed; know how to describe, profile, summarize, develop events on social, political and cultural themes. The subject helps learners be able to hear and understand dialogue, monologue at the speed close to the natural speed of native speakers according to the topics (available in the program and close, practical to students): Higher educational institution. Student life. Family and family happiness. Family and Children. The modern city and its problems. Human health. Person and rest. Person and work. Housework. Food. Clothing. Transport… With the direction of communication, the course is designed not only to develop language practice skills but also to develop soft skills for students, equipping them with the basic social knowledge needed in life.

The course also aims to train students in independent and teamwork skills, critical and analytical thinking skills, problem solving skills, and also help students acquire More serious attitudes in studying, increasing their interest in Russian and their chosen major.

Course title: Russian 3B

Course code: RUS4026                                                                     Credit Points: 4

This course is designed for sophomore students who are at the A2+ russian language level according to the European Framework of Reference and want to reach B1 level. The training course allows students to write articles of different genres (narrative, narrative, description, commentary…) with neutral style, without any grammatical errors and major errors in usage. words (form, verb, sentence structure…); help them consolidate and practice reading comprehension ability and new grammatical structures in texts through various types of exercises; consolidating and developing deeper reading ability (mainly according to learned topics). At the same time, the course equips students with knowledge of the basic language and grammar of modern russian: grammatical methods denoting spatial, temporal, causal, purpose relation, concession relations in single and complex russian sentences; number of russian words; adverbs; adjective. The course also aims to train students in independent and teamwork skills, critical and analytical thinking skills, problem solving skills, and also help students gain more serious attitudes in studying, increasing their interest in russian and their chosen major.

Course title: Russian 4A

Course code: RUS4028                                                                     Credit Points: 4

The goal of the subject is to train and develop listening and speaking skills for learners. Reinforcing basic and necessary grammatical structures that are used in many different communication situations. Offering a rich, new and essential vocabulary system for each topic. This course helps learners develop their ability to communicate in different situations, environments and topics (travel, nature, climate, culture, health, codes of conduct…), helping learners to be more confident, quicker, able to analyze situations and communicate according to cultural standards of native speakers.

Course title: Russian 4B

Course code: RUS4029                                                                     Credit points: 4

The subject is divided into 2 contents: writing content and Reading content.

Writing content: the objective of the course is to introduce to the student the most general picture of the common characteristics of all kinds of styles in Russian: conversational style, scientific style, essay style and administrative-official style. From these common features, students will know how to apply them to write and present each type of paper and specific text in each style.

Reading content: introduces learners to correct and full text reading techniques, orient the reading purpose and know how to compare, organize, classify and re-express information according to their own purpose. The course also aims to train students in independent and teamwork skills, critical and analytical thinking skills, problem solving skills, and also help students gain more serious attitudes in studying, increasing their interest in Russian and their chosen major.

Course title: Russian 3C

Course code: RUS4031                                                                     Credit points: 3

The course is designed for sophomores who are at the A2 Russian language level according to the European Framework of Reference and want to reach level B1. This is a compulsory course conducted in parallel with Russian subjects 3A, 3B. The subject focuses on all skills of students in the process of learning foreign languages: listening, speaking, reading and writing. The subject also pays special attention to training the skills of doing exercises to help students prepare mentally and familiarize themselves with the standardized exam after Term 4 according to the Standards of ULIS-VNU. Through class hours, practice hours and self-training of students, the subject helps students to consolidate their general knowledge, and at the same time, practice skills to do module-based tests of exams in the Russian Federation. The course also aims to train students in independent and teamwork skills, critical and analytical thinking skills, problem solving skills, and also help students gain More serious attitudes in studying, increasing their interest in Russian and their chosen major.

Course title: Russian 4C

Course code: RUS4032                                                                     Credit points: 4

The objective of the course is to help students familiarize themselves with the format of exam for Russian certificate of level C1 according to the European framework, to master and make good use of knowledge of language practice at level C1. Moreover, it is possible to apply language knowledge in translation and research activities.

Course title: Translation Thoery

Course code: RUS3034                                                                     Credit points: 3

The subject provides the basic knowledge of translation theory in general and the specific characteristics of russian – vietnamese, vietnamese – russian translation. In addition, the course continues to provide practical knowledge of russian and general knowledge. In addition to writing translation skills, the subject also trains learners in independent working skills, creative thinking and problem solving skills. The course helps learners to have a more serious and responsible attitude in learning, research, in future careers, increasing learners’ interest in learning in general, and interest in russian language translation and interpretation in particular.

Course Title: Interpretation

Course Code: RUS3030                                                                               Credit Points: 3

The course introduces learners to general requirements on professional translation skills; help learners practice russian – vietnamese, vietnamese – russian translation skills (memorization skills, shorthand skills, translation skills and soft skills of the interpreter profession, etc.). In addition, the subject also trains learners in independent working skills, creative thinking and problem solving skills; help learners have a more serious and responsible attitude in studying, in future careers, increasing their interest in learning in general, and interested in russian translation in particular.

Course title: Translation

Course code: RUS3017                                                                     Credit points: 3

The course introduces students to the skills requirements of professional translators, researching the experience of professional translators; help students practice vietnamese – russian and russian – vietnamese translation skills, as well as basic soft skills of the profession. The course also aims to train students in independent working and teamwork skills, analytical thinking, problem solving skills, while also helping students to have a serious and responsible attitude in future careers, to increase students’ interest in learning in general and for russian language translation and interpretation in particular.

Course title: Advanced Translation

Course code: RUS3018                                                                     Credit points: 3

The course introduces students to the advanced requirements of professional translators’ skills and translation products, researching the experience of professional translators; help students to practice vietnamese – russian and russian – vietnamese translation skills, as well as basic soft skills of the profession. The course also aims to train students in independent working and teamwork skills, analytical thinking, problem solving skills, while also helping students to have a serious and responsible attitude. in future careers, to increase students’ interest in learning in general and for russian language translation and interpretation in particular.

Course title: Advanced Interpretation

Course code: RUS3028                                                                     Credit points: 3

The course introduces learners to advanced requirements on professional translation skills; help learners to practice russian – vietnamese, vietnamese – russian translation skills (memorization skills, shorthand skills, translation skills and soft skills of the interpreter profession, etc.). In addition, the subject also trains learners in independent working skills, creative thinking and problem solving skills; help learners have a more serious and responsible attitude in studying, in future careers, increasing their interest in learning in general, and interested in russian translation in particular.

Course title: Professional Skills for Translators and Interpreters

Course code: RUS3040                                                                     Credit points: 3

The course will introduce students to an overview of the professional skills requirements of professional translators and interpreters, and the similarities and differences in translation and interpretation types. some of the professional experience of professional translators and interpreters; help students practice translating-translating skills in the environment of simulating vietnamese – russian and russian – vietnamese translation operations, thereby helping them learn the next subjects more effectively and when graduating with soft skills the basics of the profession. The objective of this course is to practice dictionary skills, memory skills, shorthand skills, and interpretation skills. The course also aims to train students in independent working and teamwork skills, analytical thinking, problem solving skills, while also helping students to have a serious and responsible attitude. more in future careers, increase students’ interest in learning and their chosen russian translation-interpretation majors.

Course title: Translation for Specific Purposes

Course code: RUS3037                                                                     Credit points: 3

In this course, learners are given the opportunity to translate relatively long documents from russian to vietnamese and vice versa (about 250 – 300 words) with familiar content such as culture, society, education, medical care… which is mainly extracted from sources like books, magazines, journals, the Internet. The teaching methods applied involve lecture, self-study, discussion, teamwork, big project and homework.

Course Tittle: Translation for Specific Purposes 1

Course code: RUS3039                                                                     Credit points: 3

The course equips students with the basics of translating a Russian article on an economic topic into Vietnamese, and vice versa, economic news items from Vietnamese into Russian; help students know how to convey the titles of articles, how to apply proficiently certain sentence patterns or phrases or are used in journalism. The course also helps learners practice skills in searching information and meaning proficiently from sources such as dictionaries or the internet; apply acronyms in journalism. In addition, the subject also helps learners have more interest in learning, love specialized translation, and then love the translation profession.

Course title: Translation for Specific Purposes 2

Course code: RUS3042                                                                     Credit points: 3

The course provides the basic knowledge of specialized text translation in general and the specific characteristics of text translation from Russian to Vietnamese and vice versa. In addition to specialized text translation and writing skills, the subject also trains learners in independent working skills, creative thinking and problem solving skills. The course helps learners to have a more serious and responsible attitude in learning, research, in future careers, increasing learners’ interest in learning in general, and interest in Russian language translation and interpretation in particular.

Course title: Translation Analysis and Assessment

Course code: RUS3041                                                                     Credit points: 3

In this course, learners develop necessary skills and techniques to analyse a text before translating it into the target language. Learners will acquire critical approaches to different types of documents from basic (advertisement, notice, guideline, etc) to complex (scientific report, journals, business contract, legal documents, literature, etc). In this course, students are required to work in individuals, in peers, in groups and present about an optional topic.

Course title: Russian for Tourism

Course code: RUS3032                                                                     Credit points: 3

The course will introduce students to the professional skills and skills requirements in russian of tour guides – professional Interpreters who have learned russian at a certain level and have a vision to become. hotel and restaurant management; tour guides, interpreters and people working in the tourism sector often interact with russian tourists, or tourists who use russian to communicate in the field of tourism expertise and in life, daily activities. The course aims to practice the use of typical sentence patterns commonly used while picking up, dropping off and seeing off tourists. Skills to introduce landmarks and landscapes. From simple sentence patterns and language structures to the development of verbal skills, teachers will train students to practice the introduction of the country and people of Vietnam as well as how to introduce customs, habits, habits in communication as well as living of vietnamese people. The course also equips students with skills to interpret and explain, introduce visitors to beautiful scenes, historical sites, and famous tourist populations of Vietnam. The course also aims to train students in independent working and teamwork skills, analytical thinking, problem solving skills, while also helping students to have a serious and responsible attitude. more in future careers, increase students’ interest in learning and major in tour guide – russian interpreter.

Course title: Russian for Office

Course code: RUS3031                                                                     Credit points: 3

The objective of the course is to introduce to the learners the basic features of working communication in russian, through which learners can grasp the means of language, practice skills to be able to communicate in russian in typical office situations.

Course Title: Russian for Economics

Course code: RUS3035                                                                     Credit points: 3

The objective of the course is to provide learners with the most basic specialized knowledge in the field of commerce and economics, as well as equip and consolidate the necessary grammar and vocabulary knowledge so that they can communicate in typical communication situations in the economic and commercial sectors.

Course title: Communication and Diplomatic Reception Etiquette

Course code: RUS3038                                                                     Credit points: 3

The objective of the course is to provide learners with a basic understanding of the role, importance and skills requirements, skills in communication, in diplomatic reception to be able to apply in Tourism business activities such as tourism marketing, negotiation, organization of MICE tourism activities, travel events, festivals …

Course title: Travel Guide

Course code: TOU3013                                                                    Credit points: 3

The syllabus develops a clear understanding of the relationship between the theory and practice of working in travel and tourism. Candidates are encouraged to develop an understanding of tourist industry operations and problems, and competence in identifying procedures and solutions, by using best practice from industry, established business techniques and information systems. Through investigation, candidates apply their knowledge and skills in a detailed study of a particular aspect of the travel and tourism industry.

Course title: Introduction to Tourism Science

Course code: TOU2001                                                                    Credit points: 3

Students are introduced to the tourism industry. Consideration is given to the concepts and vocabulary common throughout the tourism sectors. Students critically examine the competition for resources with other industries.

Course title: Tourism Economics

Course code: TOU2003                                                                    Credit points: 3

The objective of the course is to give students a theoretical economic background for a better understanding of international tourism which they can use for analyzing and solving problems of in the real world.

Course title: Advanced Russian for Tourism

Course code: RUS3033                                                                     Credit points: 3

– Consolidate and improve knowledge of russian (phonetics, vocabulary, grammar) for students.

– Through lectures, equipped with basic knowledge on topics in the tourism field in russian.

– Practice specific language skills in the tourism industry, meeting the requirements of using foreign languages to guide russian tourists to visit tourist destinations in the territory of Vietnam.

Course title: Travel Business Management

Course code: TOU2009                                                                    Credit points: 3

Having professional skills, ability to argue/thinking and solving problems in tourism, services, research and discover tourism knowledge, ability to to apply theoretical knowledge to practical tourism professional, creative, develop and lead the change in tourism careers

Course title: Hospitality Business Management

Course code: TOU2008                                                                    Credit points: 3

Acquiring job skills, have ability to research and discover knowledge in the field of hotel business, have the ability to apply theoretical knowledge to practical career; creative capacity; develop and lead the changes in hotel business.