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Foreign phylology



BRIEF INFORMATION ABOUT THE FACULTY

The Faculty of Foreign Philology is one of the prestigious faculties of the National University of Uzbekistan named after Mirzo Ulugbek. The Faculty of Foreign Philology was founded in 1994 as a result of the merger of the faculties of Romanic and Germanic Philology and Russian Philology. The Romano-Germanic Faculty was founded in 1962. The Department of Russian Philology, which is one of the oldest departments of the university (1941-1942), functioned as part of the Faculty of History and Philology. In 1943, the Faculty of Philology was subdivided as a separate faculty.

Russian scholars - Academicians V. Zhirmunskiy and V.F. Shishmarev, who worked at SASU during World War II, played an important role in the formation of the faculty. On their initiative, in 1943, the Department of Romano - Germanic Philology was opened at the Faculty of Philology of the University.

Over the years, Associate Professors of Romano-Germanic philology E.F. Vaganov (1963-1981), Z.B. Sattarova (1981-1985), J.A. Bobodjonova (1985-1992) and Doctor of Philological Sciences, Professor A.A. Abuduazizov (1992-1994) headed the faculty. The dean of the Faculty of Russian Philology was Associate Professor P.P. Filippov (1980-1994).The newly created faculty of foreign philology was headed by Honored Scientist of Uzbekistan, Professor A. Abduazizov (1994-2007). From August 20, 2007 to July 2008, the faculty was headed by the Doctor of Philosophy, Professor A.E. Mamatov. From July 2008 to 2012 the head of the faculty was the Doctor of Philosophy Sh.S. Imyaminova. From November 2012 to July 2013 - Ph.D., Associate Professor Djumabaeva J.Sh., and from July 2013 to the present the head of the faculty is Ph.D., Associate Professor I. A. Juraeva.

The main objective of the faculty today is to help students find their places in society in the future, and become independent, creative and competent professionals of the fields. Today, the attention of the faculty is aimed at making a significant contribution to the development of science in the country, the development of international cooperation, and the implementation of joint educational projects.


2. The total number of professors and teachers is 209 people.

• 10 Doctors of Sciences

• 25 Candidates of Sciences

• 20 Doctors of Sciences (PhD)

• More than 154 Senior teachers and lecturers

2.1. The faculty consists of 25 male and 184 female employees


3. Number of educational programs

  • 10 directions of bachelor program
  • 6 specialties of master program
  • Academic Council for 2 specialties (DSc, PhD):

10.00.06 - Comparative Literature, Contemporary Linguistics and Translation Studies  
10.00.04 - Language and culture of the countries of Europe, America and Australia    


                                        

3.1.Undergraduate programs (full-time)

  • 60230100 - Philology and language teaching (English)
  • 60230100 - Philology and language teaching (English)
  • 60230100 - Philology and language teaching (German)
  • 60230100 - Philology and language teaching (French)
  • 60230100 - Philology and language teaching (Russian)
  • 60111800 - Foreign language and literature (English)
  • 60111700 - Russian language in foreign language groups
  • 60230200 - Theory and Practice of Translation (English)
  • 60230200 - Theory and practice of translation (German)
  • 60230200 - Theory and practice of translation (French)
  • 60111500 - Native language and literature (Russian language and literature in foreign language groups)

3.3. Bachelor's degree (evening form of study):

  • 60230100 - Philology and language teaching (English)
  • 60230100 - Philology and language teaching (Russian)

4. Postgraduate programs

  • 70230101 - Linguistics (English)
  • 70230101 - Linguistics (German)
  • 70230101 - Linguistics (French)
  • 70230101 - Linguistics (Russian language)
  • 70230201 - Comparative linguistics, linguistic translations (English)
  • 70230502 - Literary criticism (Russian literature)

5. Students’ enrollment

Total number of students:  3851

Undergraduate: 3627

  • 1-course - 885 students
  • 2-course - 1174 students
  • 3-course - 936 students
  • 4- course - 632 students

Postgraduate students: 224

  • 1-course - 142 students
  • 2-course - 82 students

5.2. Among the students of the faculty 652 are male and 3199 are female students

5.3. Accomplished students

  • Bakhtiyarova Maftuna - 2nd year student of the master program of the Department of English Philology, laureate of the State scholarship of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan (2018);
  • Bekmurodova Feruzabonu – Graduate student of the Department of English Philology, laureate of the State scholarship of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan (2020);
  • Oripov Alizhon - 4rd year student of the Faculty of French Philology, laureate of the Navoi State Scholarship (2019);
  • Nigmatova Olima - 4th year student of the Department of German Philology, laureate of the Navoi State Scholarship (2020);
  • Karimova Maftuna - 4th year student of the department  of French Philology, laureate of the Navoi State Scholarship (2020);
  • Abdukarimov Valikhon, 3rd year student of the department of English Philology, winner of the "Best Video of the Year" nomination in competition "My Favorite Writer" (2021);
  • Abdullaev Abdulaziz, 2nd year student of the Department of Foreign Language and Literature - winner of the "Patron" grant (2021).

        5.4. Places of residence of students and student attendance rate (in numbers)

Students’ dormitoryTotalFemaleMale
418613254
1663356469
 819696123

6. Departments of the faculty: 

1. English linguistics
2. Theory of Translation and comparative linguistics
3. German philology
4. French philology
5. Russian literary criticism
6. Russian linguistics
7. Foreign language and literature
8. Interfaculty Department of English
9. Interfaculty Department of the Russian Language
10. Practical English and Literary Studies


7. Research schools:

The faculty has scientific schools in the field of linguistics, literary criticism and translation:

  • Scientific School "Theory of Translation". The founder of the school is Honored Scientist of Uzbekistan, Doctor of Philology, Professor Gaybulla Tadjitdinovich Salomov.
  • Scientific school "Phonetics and Phonology in Different System Languages, and Comparative Typology". The founder of the school is Honored Scientist of Uzbekistan, Doctor of Philology, Professor Abduzukhur Abdumadjitovich Abduazizov.
  • Scientific school "Comparative Linguistics". The founder of the school is Doctor of Philology, Professor Utkir Kurbanovich Yusupov.
  • Scientific School "Asia in Russian Literature". The founder of the school is Doctor of Philology, Professor Alexandra Nikolaevna Davshan.
  • Scientific school "Word formation in the Russian language" The founder of the school is Doctor of Philology, Professor Anna Gennadievna Sheremetyeva.
  • Scientific school "Problems of linguistic norms, vocabulary and phraseological norms of the literary language" the founder of the school is Doctor of Philology, Professor Abdi Eshankulovich Mamatov.

8. International relationships

The staff of the faculty conduct both lectures and practical classes in foreign languages. Many professors and teachers of the faculty advanced their qualifications at the University of Oregon in the USA, the Norwich Institute for Teaching Languages ​​in the UK, prestigious universities in France, the Russian Federation, Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov, the Goethe Institute in Tashkent and other foreign universities.


Specialists from prestigious foreign universities are invited to the faculty:

  • Professor Simon Kretschmer - DAAD (0.5);
  • Doctor of Philology Ermolin Evgeny Anatolyevich - Professor of Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov and Yaroslavl Pedagogical University (0.25);
  • Doctor of Philology Alexander Viktorovich Markov - Professor of the Russian State University for the Humanities (0.25);
  • Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor Prokhorova Lyudmila Lvovna - Associate Professor of the International Center for the Study and Teaching of the Russian Language, Russian State University for the Humanities (1);
  • Professor Marion Depart - University of Aure Normandy, France (0.25);
  • Professor Paul Loyrette - Sorbonne IV University of France (0.25).

Foreign students

-International student exchange programs

- Kyrgyz-Uzbek International University of the Kyrgyz Republic;


-Achieved results

     Over the past few years, the academic staff of the faculty successfully defended doctoral dissertations: 5 professors were awarded DSc degree and 12 teachers were awarded PhD degree.

Professors of the faculty have published  more than 100 textbooks, guidebooks, and more than 20 dictionaries. Additionally, the Professors have translated more than 30 works of literature from Uzbek into foreign languages ​​and vice versa. Senior Lecturer of the Department of German Philology Kh. Kochkarova made a huge contribution to translate the works of modern Swiss German writers Jenny Erpenbek "In Search of the Abode", Elke Heidenreich and Bernd Schroeder "Eternal Love" into Uzbek. Accomplished students translated the poems of Uzbek poets by Erkin Vakhidov, Abdulla Oripov,  Mukhammad Yusuf into English, German, French and Russian.


Our distinguished professors have been awarded various medals:

  • Doctor of Philological Sciences Ermatov Bakhodir Sodikovich was awarded the “Shukhrat” Medal (1997) for his contribution to the development of science, culture, and education in the country, education of the younger generation in the spirit of patriotism, independence and social justice in our country.
  • Doctor of Philological Sciences, Professor Abduzukhur Abdumazhitovich Abduazizov was awarded the title of Honored Scientist of Uzbekistan (1998).
  • Doctor of Philological Sciences, professor of Russian literature, Davshan Alexandra Nikolaevna was awarded the “Dustlik” Medal (2007).
  • For her scientific and pedagogical work, Doctor of Philological Sciences, Professor Anna Gennadievna Sheremeteva  was awarded the Medal of “Dustlik” (2008),   the Medal of ” Pushkin” (2018). She was also awarded the Honorary Diploma of the Government Commission for her work with compatriots abroad of the Russian Federation in Uzbekistan (Rossotrudnichestvo), Honorary Diploma of the Moscow Government, Honorary Badge "Uzbekistan" of the Russian Cultural Center in Tashkent.
  • For her contribution to the development of trainings and studies of the French language, popularization of French culture, Doctor of Philological Sciences, Professor Raima Khakimovna Shirinova was highly appreciated by the French government. She was awarded with the Palmes Academique (March 27, 2019).