We work in the orientation field

The week started with career orientation meetings. Masters of the Faculty of Philology continue to organize interesting events with future applicants.

Master Olesya Rachkivska, under the guidance of the director of the Educational and Scientific Institute of Ukrainian Studies, candidate of philological sciences, assistant professor of the Department of General and Germanic Linguistics Greshchuk Valentyna Vasylivna, conducted career guidance work with graduates of Lyceum No. 23 named after Roman Guryk. The student introduced the lyceum students to the educational program “Secondary education (Ukrainian language and literature)”, talked about the advantages of entering the Faculty of Philology of the Precarpathian National University named after V. Stefanyka, told the eleventh-graders about interesting studies at the Faculty of Philology, about the university’s teaching staff and prospects for the future profession. It is nice that two students admitted that they want to become students of the Faculty of Philology. During the meeting, the students of the lyceum had the opportunity to enjoy Valentina Vasylivna’s poems from the new collection “We will meet where there will be no war…”

Another career guidance event was held by Oksana Gorganyuk, a master’s student. The student shares her impressions of the meeting as follows:

“The celebration of the day of the Ukrainian language and writing took place during the week. I also joined all the celebrations with my work. Today, under the guidance of the assistant professor of the department of general and German linguistics, Valentina Vasylivna Greshchuk, in my native Lanchyn Lyceum, I held a career orientation event in the 10th grade, at which I introduced the lyceum students to the structure university, educational programs, types of practice, various opportunities for academic mobility, student leisure and development, receiving scholarships, spoke about the high level of the teaching staff and outlined the prospects for further employment. I express my great gratitude to teacher Valentina Vasylivna, who on the subjects of Methods of Teaching the Ukrainian Language and of Ukrainian literature in higher education institutions and institutions of different accreditation levels helps us methodically grow and adopt best practices.”

We hope that such fruitful and useful meetings will help applicants make the right choice in the future.