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Institute of Philology was established in July 2004 after the Faculty of Philology - one of the oldest departments in Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University. In 2015 Institute of Philology celebrated its 75th anniversary. During these years were prepared over 15,000 highly qualified specialists-philologists. Among the graduate students there are many scientists – Doctors and Associate Professors, statesman and politicians, journalists, writers and others. In our  Institute successfully functionate specialized councils of Ukrainian language and Ukrainian literature. More than 100 people have defended their thesis here. On the departments of Ukrainian language, Ukrainian literature, General and German Linguistics, World literature and Comparative literature are graduate schools, on the Department of Ukrainian language and Ukrainian literature department are opened doctorate.

   Our Institute prepares specialists and masters in the fields of philology "Ukrainian Language and Literature" "Russian language and literature, foreign literature", "Polish language and literature", "Czech language and literature" and "Journalism". Building an independent Ukraine is impossible without highly qualified specialists in different areas of public life. Graduate students of the Institute of Philology bring the feasible contribution to the foundations of the state, because they are leaders and propagandists of the national idea, they with the help of inflammatory words must inspire both students and the adult population in the implementation of important political and economic tasks.

   The educational process in the Institute of Philology is provided by 6 departments:  

   Department of Ukrainian Language (Head of Department - Doctor of Philology, Full Professor of the Department of Ukrainian Language Greshchuk Vasyl Vasylovych)

   Department of Ukrainian Literature (Head of Department - Doctor of Philology, Full Professor of the Department of Ukrainian Literature Khorob Stepan Ivanovych)

   Department of General and German Linguistics (Head of Department - Doctor of Philology, Full Professor of the Department of General and German Linguistics Kononenko Vitaliy Ivanovych)

   Department of World Literature and Comparative Literature (Head of Department - Doctor of Philology, Full Professor of the Department of World Literature and Comparative Literature Kozlyk Igor Volodymyrovych)

   Department of Slavic Languages (Head of Department - Doctor of Philology, Full Professor of the Department of Slavic Languages  Lesyuk Myloka Petrovych)

   Department of Journalism (Head of Department - PhD, Associate Professor of the Department of Journalism Marchuk Hanna Ivanivna)

   Lecturers of the specialized departments research various problems in Ukrainian and foreign languages and world literature, actual problems of linguistics and literary studies, for instance:  lecturers of the Department of Ukrainian Language examine derivational system of the Ukrainian language, the internal structure of words, the language of Ukrainian writers, Ukrainian dialects etc. The Department of Ukrainian literature examines various aspects of the literary process in Ukraine, Department of world literature and comparative literature studies works of foreign writers and their relations with Ukrainian literature, both Department of Slavic Languages and Department of General and German Linguistics work on the theme “Slavic language parallels”.

   Institute of Philology closely cooperates with many universities and research institutions in other countries. In particular, Warsaw University (Poland), University of Rzeszów (Poland), Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw (Poland), Charles University in Prague (Czech), Palacký University in Olomouc (Czech).

   Lecturers of our Institute take part in various international conferences and congresses in Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, Austria, and Russia. Honoris causa of our Institute are Leonid Rudnytsky (USA), Stefan Kozak (Poland), Oleksandra Hnatiuk (Poland) Dmytro Pavlychko and Ivan Drach.