Its aim is to produce graduates with an advanced level of language competence - proficient users of English (C1 in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) who are capable of communicating in English in various communicative contexts and in various types of institutions. The programme exists only in the "completus" version.
Graduates possess a knowledge of key theoretical and empirical principles related to the comprehensive systemic-functional analysis of language and discourse, including key concepts and the relevant discipline-specific terminology.
They possess knowledge of new media, genres and discourse domains (New media and communication) from the current genre spectrum in the digital environment of the internet.
They display a knowledge of the historic and cultural contexts of English-speaking societies (History and culture of English-speaking countries; Social and cultural history of Great Britain / the USA; British studies; American studies) and they have a wide-ranging awareness of key stages in the development of literatures in English, literary genres and cultural-historical contexts
Graduates are able to linguistically analyze and interpret literary/non-literary texts (Discourse analysis; Linguistic seminar), and they are equipped with skills in modern corpus-based approaches to the study of texts; these skills enable them to assess the choice of linguistic resources as targeted authorial strategies (Corpus-based English language studies). They are able to independently assess and interpret new media, discourse domains, and communication within these media/domains in constantly changing contexts. They are able to explain the development of literary genres using literary-theoretical terminology and to apply this knowledge in analyzing works of British and American literature and English-language writing from ethnic and minority literature (Jewish American literature 1, 2). Based on their knowledge of historical and cultural contexts, graduates are able to evaluate the relations between literature and the socio-cultural context in English-speaking cultures (Cultural seminar; Chapters from British and American history). They are able to critically read, interpret and write academic texts in English (Academic skills/writing 1, 2).
For the studies in the English language, we charge the fee of 2000€ for the academic year.
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Graduates are able to independently acquire and apply discipline-specific knowledge, skills, and general competences in the English language: they are able to produce written and spoken discourse in various genres and in a diverse range of communicative situations, achieving CEFR level C1 and they are capable of using English for work, social and study purposes.
This programme may require students to demonstrate proficiency in English.
You must submit an IELTS Academic or ToEFL iBT language proficiency certificate proving the English language reaches at least level B2.
The test must have been taken at a certified testing centre and the test restults must not have been achieved before 1 May 2019.
You also have to provide a proof of the previous secondary education. The completion of secondary education with a secondary school leaving examination is proved by an original or certified copy of a secondary school leaving certificate.
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
Once you become our student you can apply for accommodation scholarship, academic scholarship and others.
Also, even though the Czech Republic has a way lower costs of living than other cities in the Czech Republic (and other countries in general), you can ask for student discounts at specific places/shops/museums/cinemas/theatres and more.
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