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Graduate Teaching Assistantships in Slavic Languages and Literatures at UV


The University of Virginia's graduate program in Slavic Languages and Literatures offers competitive financial aid packages including Teaching assistantships for qualified students.

Teaching assistantships Eligibility:

Teaching Assistantships (TAs) are awarded based on departmental staffing needs and the qualifications of the graduate students. Additionally, Grader positions are awarded based on faculty needs and funding availability, where graders evaluate written work such as exams and papers.

Teaching Assistantship Responsibilities:

TAs are responsible for various tasks, including:

  • Running discussion sections,
  • Conducting drills,
  • Developing exercises and examinations,
  • Assisting with grading.

In short, the University of Virginia's Slavic Department offers substantial assistantships to its graduate students, with the expectation of academic progress and the opportunity to gain teaching experience through them

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