Faculty of Letters 2017-02-13T15:18:55+00:00

 Contact

11, Carol I Boulevard, Iaşi RO – 700506
Telephone: +40 232 20 1052; 20 1053
Fax: +40 232 20 1152
E-mail: letters@uaic.ro
Websitehttp://media.lit.uaic.ro/

Dean: Associate Professor PhD Ioan Constantin LIHACIU

Vice Dean: Professor PhD Magda JEANRENAUD
Vice Dean: Professor PhD Lucica CIFOR
Vice Dean: Associate Professor PhD Dana BĂDULESCU
Vice Dean: Lecturer PhD Alina ȚIŢEI
Teaching staff: 107
Associate teaching staff: 59
Students: 2 118
Study Guide Bachelor’s programme
Study Guide Master’s programmes

 

Departments

  • Romanian Studies, Journalism and Communication Sciences and Comparative Literature Department
  • Foreign Languages and Literatures Department

 Bachelor’s Degree (6 semesters)

  • Language and Literature
    • Classical Philology (Latin – Old Greek)
    • Romanian Language and Literature – World and Comparative Literature
    • Romanian Language and Literature – Modern Language and Literature
    • World and Comparative Literature – Modern Language and Literature (English, French, German, Russian, Italian, Spanish)
    • Modern Language and Literature (English, French, German, Russian, Italian, Spanish) – Romanian Language and Literature
    • Modern Language and Literature (English, French, German, Russian, Italian, Spanish) – Modern Language and Literature (English, French, German, Russian, Italian, Spanish)
    • Modern Language and Literature – World and Comparative Literature
  • Cultural Studies
    • American Studies
  • Applied Linguistics
    • Translation and Interpreting
  • Communication Sciences
    • Journalism

A – First specialization
B – Second specialization

Foreign languages may by chosen among: English, French, German, Russian, Italian, Spanish.

Master’s Degree (4 semesters)

  • Philology
    • Romanian Literature and Literary Hermeneutics
    •  General Linguistics and Romanian Linguistics
    • Francophone Studies
    • German Culture in European Context
    • Applied Linguistics – Teaching EFL
    • Foreign Languages, Literatures and Civilisations
    • Romanian Language, Literature and Civilisation
    • Teaching French as a Foreign Language and Intercultural Education
    • World and Comparative Literature
    • Translation and Terminology
    • American Studies
  • Communication Sciences
    • Techniques of Editorial Production in the Printed, Audiovisual and Multimedia Press

Doctoral School:

  • Latin Language and Literature
  • German Language and Literature
  • French Language
  • French Literature
  • Romanian Language
  • General Linguistics
  • Romanian Literature
  • Stylistics and Poetics
  • English and American Literatures
  • English Language
  • Russian Literature
  • Comparative Literature

 About the faculty

The Faculty of Letters was founded together with the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, in 1860. Among its greatest teachers, there may be mentioned: V. A. Urechia, Alexandru I. Philippide, Titu Maiorescu, G. Ibrăileanu, Anton Naum, G. Pascu, Traian Bratu, Charles Drouhet, Th. Simenschy, Iorgu Iordan, Constantin Balmuş, G. Călinescu, Petru Caraman, Mihai Drăgan.

Through its structure and programmes, the Faculty assures the training of teachers in Letters, researchers in the philological field as well as specialists in Communication Science, Translation and Interpreting.

As for its teaching infrastructure, the institution owns a computer room, a video room, an Internet room, a multimedia laboratory and four language laboratories. The Letters library has a stock of over 150 000 volumes, more than 10 000 periodicals, 70 places in 3 readingrooms and has been computerized since 1997.

 

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