Nabízené studijní obory pro přijímací řízení
|Název oboru:||English Language and Literature|
|Standardní délka studia:||3 roky|
|Maximální délka studia:||5 let|
|Katedra:||Katedra anglistiky a amerikanistiky|
|Anotace oboru:||The single-major Bachelor's degree "English Language and Literature" is designed to interconnect the theoretical component with the practical application of knowledge and skills; the aim is to equip graduates with an advanced level of language competence (CEFR level C1 - "proficient user") and to ensure that they are able to work independently on tasks in the English language on the basis of the knowledge and skills acquired through their studies. The block of compulsory courses is designed to develop students' integrated and balanced linguistic competence and expertise in all key areas of English studies: improving students' English-language communicative competence, offering them insight into the structure and systems of the English language, and developing a solid knowledge of the literatures and cultures of English-speaking countries. In all the above-mentioned areas students are encouraged not only to acquire new knowledge, but primarily to analyze and creatively apply this knowledge. The block of semi-optional courses (i.e. a set of courses from which students can choose in order to make up a required number of credits) enables students to enhance their competence by acquiring specific knowledge of linguistic and cultural aspects of the field. The broad range of competencies, combined with the opportunity for students to develop and expand on specific areas of knowledge and skill sets, increase graduates' flexibility on the labour market.|
Completion of the Bachelor's degree enables students to pursue two possible paths: to continue their studies in the "English Language and Literature" Master's degree, or to enter the labour market directly.
|Profil absolventa:||The key aim of the degree is to ensure that graduates are capable of using the English language at level C1 ("proficient user" according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages - CEFR) and working independently on tasks in the English language, based on the knowledge and skills acquired through their studies.|
Graduates are proficient users of the English language (CEFR - level C1) in both spoken and written communication. Graduates are proficient in all aspects of modern English - pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary and stylistics; they are able to engage in intercultural communication within various genres depending on the situational context. Graduates are aware of the history and development of modern British and American literature; they possess a good knowledge of the cultures of English-speaking countries, primarily the culture of the United Kingdom and the United States. Depending on their choice of special seminars, graduates may also be proficient in business correspondence or the terminology used in the tourist industry. Graduates are able to work with contemporary sources of new information and knowledge, using them effectively in practical applications and/or further education.
|Výsledky přijímacího řízení:||výsledky přijímacího řízení uchazečů|
|Forma přijímací zkoušky:||Form of entrance examination:|
|Obsah přijímací zkoušky:||
Content of entrance examination:|
In the entrance examination applicants must demonstrate language competence at Level B2 (Independent User) according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages; this level corresponds with the knowledge and skills taught at secondary schools.
The written examination verifies applicants’ language competence, reading comprehension and knowledge of the culture, history and literature of English-speaking countries. Students are expected to have an interest in the field of study and to demonstrate a good knowledge of the history and current affairs of English-speaking countries; this knowledge is expected to go above and beyond the content taught in secondary schools.
Applicants may score a maximum of 100 points in the written test. The number of questions and the types of test tasks are subject to change, but the total number of points (100) remains constant.
|Kritéria přijímací zkoušky:||
Criteria for entrance examination:|
Points are not deducted for incorrect answers. If an applicant chooses two or more options for an answer and one of the options is incorrect, the answer will be classified as incorrect. The maximum number of points achievable in the entrance examination is 100. The minimum number of points required to pass the examination is 60.
|Prominutí přijímací zkoušky:||Exemptions from entrance examination:|
All applicants are required to take the entrance examination. Certificates of language examinations, average secondary school grades etc. will not be converted into points in the entrance examination.
|Termíny přijímacích zkoušek:||Dates of entrance examinations:|
during the week of 28 May - 1 June 2018; the precise date will be given in the written invitation which applicants will receive at the end of April 2018
|Požadavky pro přijetí:||Conditions for admission to study in Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes|
|Okruhy pro přijímací řízení:|
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|Další informace:||Other information:|
Degree Programmes in a foreign language - ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
Degree programmes provided by the University of Ostrava are also available for disabled persons (unless stated otherwise in the section related to the given programme).
Should you have any questions regarding the availability of individual degree programmes, please contact the Pyramida Centre. (email: , phone: +420 597 09 1234)