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Аккредитованное направление 45.04.01 Филология (англоязычная программа)

Digital Philology

Language of Instruction
2,500 USD per year
Tuition fees
Full Time

Entrance requirements


A candidate should have a recognized first degree (Bachelor) awarded by an internationally recognized university level institution. You must additionally provide documentation that your English skills correspond to those required in the examination regulation. For English-taught programs, candidates must be able to speak and write fluently in English. Although all courses are taught in English the students shall nevertheless learn Russian during their time in Russia. Furthermore, a Russian language course is offered during the first program year.


Students should have interest in continuing their careers in the field of Digital Humanities. The program is appropriate for both humanities-practice and from university. The program is addressed to both humanists, who are interested in learning and addressing topics for digital scholarly editing, and to computer scientists who need to learn methodologies and reference tools for understanding scholarly editions in their original contexts and make appropriate encoding decisions.

About Program

By taking this program graduates will get skills and competences in digital scholarly editing and computational analysis of complex historical sources. They will also learn to work in a collaborative environment. Humanists will learn the impact of new media on both the development and communication of research data, so that new categories of research data allow them to pose new questions and develop new insights when dealing with literary and historical texts. Computer scientists will learn issues and needs of digital scholarly editing and publishing, in order to address and solve research questions related to the digital humanities and digital critical editions. Graduates will learn to interpret and classify historical and literary data, in order to implement digital editing workflows and to choose the best methods to solve research problems.

The goal of this program is to instruct graduates in producing critical editions in the digital age and learning advanced principles of digital philology and textual criticism. Needs and practical issues are shown with examples from concrete digital projects concerning text reuse, editions of historical texts, manuscripts and inscriptions.

The program gives graduates the opportunity to learn methods for representing research and editorial workflows that can be applied to many different kinds of source documents, and to participate in a collaborative environment that allows to work in teams, produce original scholarly work and therefore contribute to define and support a new model of open philology in a born digital environment.

This program focuses on all disciplines within digital philology and textual criticism. At the beginning of their studies, students have to select their individua area of specialism:

  • Web and social media analytics
  • Virtual museums, archives and libraries
  • Digital methods of prose analysis

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Future Profession

Principal employment areas include digital sphere, with a focus on texts in any formats. Graduates can expect to find work such as writing or editing of web-content; art critic; analytic of any kind of texts; organization and curatorship of art projects and exhibitions in virtual reality; design and texts of virtual museums and online exhibitions; culture management; analytic of information resources. The editing and publishing industry includes but is not limited to newspapers, magazines and publishing houses.

In fact, most businesses require someone on staff with copy editing abilities to proofread and clean up written work, with digital philology skills. And you can exhibit your digital philology degree in international businesses and corporations of all kinds.

Key Disciplines


Digital Philology in the system of modern humanities

The course offers a combination of competencies from the established philological branches linguistics and literary studies on the one hand and theories and methods of digitally processing texts on the other. The main objectives of this course are to provide both theoretical notions and practical skills in the broad field of digital philology viewed as a part of humanities. The focus will be made on the possibility offered to the philologist by information science, seen as an interdisciplinary field primarily concerned with the storage, manipulation, retrieval, and dissemination of information.



Our course in Web-Genres aims to cover such essential topics as different classifications of Web-Genres, their genesis and development, relation with traditional established genres, creation of methods of Web-Genre identification. The course helps students develop essential, research-based skills shown to promote students’ success in genre study.


Computer methods of processing text data

This course will cover the major computer methods for mining and analyzing text data to discover interesting patterns, extract useful knowledge, and support decision making. Detailed analysis of text data requires understanding of natural language text, which is known to be a difficult task for computers. However, a number of approaches have been shown to work well for pattern finding and knowledge discovery. You will learn the basic concepts, principles, and major algorithms in text processing and their potential applications.


Digital methods of prose analysis

The initial focus of the course is to present a series of digital methods and approaches for the analysis of literary texts. The course deals with issues such as style, characterisation, authorship attribution, and reader engagement, topics which are complex and broad-ranging too. The course attempts these tasks in one literary genre, namely, prose.

Research Activity

Master students take part in the research of Digital Humanities (digital Humanities), a promising direction in the field of innovative Humanities education in the era of computer technology. On the basis of the laboratory of philological Internet strategies of the IAF research Institute are held:

  1. Research in the field of E-Philology: The opportunity to radically reform the methods of interpretation of literature.
  2. Development and implementation of digital Internet projects: Creating optimal conditions for popularization of reading.

They make presentations at the international scientific and practical conference " World literature through the eyes of modern youth. Digital age", which is held annually by the Department of linguistics and literary studies and the laboratory of philological Internet strategies, and other scientific forums.

The research activities of master students will provide them cross-disciplinary competencies at the border of philology, computer science, digital scholarly editing and publishing. The program will allow the graduate to become in demand on the labor market or to comfortably prepare for further research activities in postgraduate studies.

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Teaching Core Staff

The basis of the teaching staff is represented by advanced NMSTU scientists with rich experience in international scientific activities, educational projects, as well as highly motivated professional development.

Tatyana E. Abramzon

Doctor of philological science

Member of the British society for eighteenth-century studies (BSECS) Regular participant of international conferences and projects on education in the EU countries


Svetlana V. Rudakova

Doctor of philological science

Regular participant of international conferences

Developer of mobility programs

Alexey V. Petrov

Doctor of philological science

Regular participant of international conferences

Member of the editorial Board of the journal "Education and science in the modern world. Innovations».

Student Life

Why Studying Digital Philology In Magnitogorsk?

Without philologists it is impossible to imagine the Internet which is based on the text in the broadest sense of the word
Work in a collaborative environment
Opportunity to learn methods for representing research and editorial workflows
Digital philology degree is in demand in international businesses and corporations of all kinds

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