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Celoživotní vzdělávání

Název akce CŽV:Czechs in the Central European Cultural Context
Fakulta / organizační jednotka:Filozofická fakulta OU
Cílová skupina:Requirements:
To be eligible to enter the program, candidates must have at least B1 level of English.
Doba trvání / hodinová dotace:Length of study:
10 weeks of tuition (2 hours for each course every week) + 1 week for final tests
Cena:Price (minimum number of students for the course): 27,000CZK (8 students)
Garantující odborná katedra:Katedra anglistiky a amerikanistiky (Filozofická fakulta OU)
Garant:doc. Mgr. Petr Kopecký, Ph.D.
Pedagogický poradce:doc. Mgr. Petr Kopecký, Ph.D.
The module is meant primarily for international students. It will acquaint them with issues and processes related to the history and present of the Czech lands. The participants will acquire knowledge from the field of Czech history as well as art history, which will be framed in the broader context of the development of Central Europe. Similarly, the participants will be introduced to the major figures and movements in Czech literature and philosophy. The module includes sociologically-oriented subjects, which map the transformation of Czech society and the current issues that are subject to public debate. The module also contains a course in the Czech language for beginners.
Výstupní doklad:Final certificate:
A certificate regarding the completion of the lifelong learning module.
Předpoklady pro přijetí:Requirements:
To be eligible to enter the program, candidates must have at least B1 level of English.
Přihlášky:Application form:
The application is submitted by email (e-application).
Please print the short version of the application, add your signature and send it to the following address:
Filozofická fakulta OU
katedra anglistiky a amerikanistiky
Reální 5
701 03 Ostrava
Uzávěrka přihlášek:Application form - deathline:
The deadline is 20 August 2017.
Kontakt / další informace:Stanislava Majcherová
Plán studia / rámcový harmonogram:A list of courses:
History of the Czech lands in the context of Central Europe: From the Middle Ages to the 20th Century, Czech Art and Architecture: From Gothic to Modernism / Introduction to Czech and Central European Culture, Czech Philosophical Thought, Selected Chapters from Czech Literature in the Context of European Literature (Seifert, Holub, Hrabal, Kundera, etc.), Changes in Czech Society – a Sociological Perspective, Sociology of Migration (with a focus on Central Europe), Current Issues in the Czech Republic and Central Europe, Introduction to the Czech Language (for beginners).