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Faculty of National Culture


Kurteva Oksana
doctor, associate professor
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The mission of the Faculty of National Culture is attributable to the strategy of innovative regional development and consists in the preparation of highly qualified and competitive specialists in the general field of training: Pedagogical sciences, social and behavioural sciences, as well as journalism and information in accordance with the requirements of modern educational standards.

The main idea of ​​establishing the Faculty of National Culture was to study and preserve the culture and traditions of the region and to shape values and attitudes to multiculturalism and multilingualism. At the same time, an important task to be solved at the faculty is the study of world culture and shaping of an educational environment that allows a student to develop as a personality who values ​​the roots and is ready for innovation in the social, educational, cultural, and economic fields.

It should be noted that over the years such outstanding personalities as: D.N. Tanasoglo, M.V. Marunevich, L.A. Pokrovskaya, I.P. Kristioglo, L.K. Baurchulu, E.P. Bevza, E.F. Zhekova, C.C. Kuroglo have worked at the faculty. Each of these talented people has made an invaluable contribution to the development of the faculty.

The educational focus of the faculty is the training of highly qualified specialists who are in demand on the labour market and competent to deal with all aspects of the chosen activity.

The main goal is to form and meet demand from individuals to develop intellectually, culturally and morally by obtaining a high-quality, affordable and modern higher education, as well as to satisfy the needs of society in highly qualified competitive specialists and scientific personnel with a high level of professional and social competence.


The Faculty of National Culture, founded in 1991, is the same age as the university. The teaching staff of the faculty comprises 61 teachers, including a professor, 21 doctors, 39 university lecturers, 12 masters and 8 doctoral students. The teachers of the faculty conduct considerable research and methodological work on writing monographs, manuals, textbooks, and methodological guidelines.

The structural divisions of the faculty are departments that prepare specialists in the general field of training: “Pedagogical Sciences”, “Social and Behavioral Sciences”, “Journalism and Information”, full-time studies for the Bachelor’s Degree, mono / dual specialty / specialization “Languages ​​and Literature ”, specializations: “Gagauz Language and Literature”, “Romanian Language and Literature”, “Bulgarian Language and Literature”, specialty “Foreign Languages”, specializations: “English Language and Literature”, “German Language and literature”; specialty: "Social Protection"; full-time and part-time studies, specialties: “Singing”, “Primary Education Pedagogy”, “Preschool Pedagogy”, “Journalism and Means of Communication”.

Upon successful completion of studies at the university, graduates of the Department have an opportunity to receive post-university education in the following master's programs: “Pedagogical sciences” - “Teaching of Gagauz Language and Literature in pre-university educational institutions”, “Theory and Methodology of Primary Education”, “Management of Pre-university Education” , “Teaching Germanic Languages ​​in Pre-university Institutions in a Multi-ethnic Environment”, “Current Trends in Romanian Linguistics and Literature”; in the direction of training "Social Protection" - "Social Policies in Support of Family and Child."

The total number of students at the faculty is 497 students. In total, at the faculty about 3 thousand specialists have been trained in various specialties and successfully completed the studies at the university.

Since 2010, the Centre for Continuing Education has been operating at the faculty in the general direction of training “Pedagogical Sciences”. Upon completion of continuing education courses, about 1,200 students received certificates, among them are teachers of Gagauz language and Literature, Bulgarian Language and Literature, Foreign Languages; preschool teachers and primary school teachers.

There are five educational, cultural and methodological centers at the faculty: American, German, Greek, British, Azerbaijani and Romanian.

Students, teachers and all applicants have the opportunity to take courses of foreign languages ​​(German and English) of various levels. Classes are taught by highly qualified specialists, professionally trained in Germany and the USA with scientific degrees and extensive practical experience.

As part of the implementation of vocational training, students have the opportunity to do research in the framework of bachelor’s/master's theses; to improve knowledge of foreign languages ​​during internship/holiday periods in Greece, Turkey, Bulgaria and other countries; to go on to further training in programmes of academic mobility, as well as to take part in student conferences, olympiads, and other scientific forums; contests, festivals; cultural and sports events. The faculty has scientific student groups, clubs, student government bodies, student organizations, and communities such as Warm Palms, Initiative, etc.


Faculty Council work plan for 2019-2020 - view / download

Faculty work plan for 2018- 2019  - view / download

Programme of strategic development of the Department of National Culture for 2017 - 2021 -  view / download

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