You are interested to study Turkish, Altaic Language and Ottoman History and/or you are totally commited to live in Bulgaria at the city of Sofia abroad.
Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski, Sofia, Bulgaria
- Faculty of Classical and Modern Philology
- Department of Turkic and Altaic Studies
- Turkish & Ottoman Studies
For more than a century Sofia University has been the national foremost centre for university education and research in both fundamental theoretical and applied areas. Today it is the largest university in the country with 88 degree programmes offered by 16 faculties.
Turkish & Ottoman Studies Programme:
Practical Modern Turkish (Text, Writing, Speaking, Vocabulary)
Turkish language courses according to the level of good communication, written expression, listening comprehension and the vocabulary of modern Turkish.
Turkish / Phonetics and Phonology
Classification of Speech Sounds, the group voice phenomena, syllable
problems, stress, intonation.
Turkish / Morphology I
The aim of the course of this is to introduce the category of grammatical features.
Turkish Dialect in Asia and Bulgaria
To introduce the main features of dialects in Turkey and the Balkan peninsula
Old Turkish Literature
Students are introduced Life-long centuries of literature - historical and socio-cultural
poetry and prose, the poet and writer and until today
Turkic Languages & Grammar
Turkic comparative grammar of the language of the subject, purpose and tasks. Turkic origin of languages - theories.. The homeland of the people of Altai, and distribution of periods in the development of language: Altai period, Hun Quarter, Old Turkic Period, Central Turkic Era, New Turkic Period
the focus on Turcology Ottoman language and grammar to the students. The rules and principles of the printed issues texts in a way to that student can understand Ottoman Turkish at teaching basic skills.
New Turkish Literature
Turkey's first. important changes are discussed in literature. At the same time the historical development of the Turkish community, Turkish literature and European literature and the development of Turkish literature in the 90s
Turkish Language Translation and Turkey Problems
The aim of this course students master the text of the newspaper with the Turkish dictionaries and grammatical structure. Topics: state organs and institutions of the Republic of Turkey. Internal and external trade. Turkey and Europe Union, the Cyprus problem. Turkish-Bulgarian Relationsship present and past.
Contact Adress: Faculty of Classical and Modern Philology
University of Sofia
Faculty of Classical and Modern Philology
115 Tsar Osvoboditel Blvd
Tel:+359- 2 9308 381
Fax:+359- 2- 846 51 43
Web: www.fcml.uni-sofia.bg/ (English available) www..uni-sofia.bg/
Advisor International Students & Affairs
Tel: +359 -2- 9308 548