Do you want to speak English like a native speaker and become an expert in Anglophone countries? Then you are looking for the Anglophone Studies. The instruction is conducted in English language and the study focuses on deepening language skills and also on the cultural and political development of individual countries.
Why should you study this programme?
Gain knowledge of the cultural, political, historical, and economic context of the Anglophone countries
Deepen your knowledge of English language and become a native-like English speaker
Learn to perceive the relations between anglophone countries in a broader context
Boost your professional
and scientific career
What you will study
- 1st semester
- 2nd semester
- 3rd semester
- 4th semester
- 5th semester
- 6th semester
Who will teach you
The tuition of this study programme is provided mainly by the experts from the Department of Anglophone Studies.
However, in the course of your study, you will also have the opportunity to meet the lecturers from the Department of International Relations and European Studies (MVES) and Political Science and Humanities.
Where can you work after graduating?
- State administration – e.g. at the Ministry of Culture or abroad
- Grant agencies
- Czech governmental and non-governmental, charitable and foundation organisations
- Diplomatic services and cultural centres of Anglophone countries
- Translator for the UN
- Assistant to diplomat
- Tour manager of a travel agency
Students may acquire:
Certificate in Asian Language (Chinese, Japanese)
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Admission requirements for the Bachelor’s study programme are the successful completion of secondary education, including the appropriate school-leaving examination (“maturitní zkouška”, GCSE or an equivalent), and an admission examination in English. The sufficient starting level of English must correspond at least to a B2 mastery of receptive skills and a B1 mastery of productive skills, grammar and vocabulary (according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages).
- The language test examines the applicant’s language skills, vocabulary range and grammatical accuracy. A dispensation from the written language test may be granted by the University Rector provided that the applicant attaches to the application form a certified copy of a certificate proving successful completion of a state language examination or other internationally recognised examination in English (e.g. TOEFL, IELTS, Cambridge Certificate – FCE, CAE, CPE).
- The oral interview tests the applicant’s ability to use the English language to achieve meaningful communication with particular focus on pronunciation and speech skills.
Completed secondary education - legally attested (certified/notarised) copy of high-school diploma or its equivalent in case of education completed abroad; applicants who completed their secondary education at schools that are not accredited by the Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sports of the Czech Republic must also provide a document verifying official recognition of their school-leaving certificate/diploma by the Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sports of the Czech Republic, i.e. "nostrification".