Anglophone Studies

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

Who will teach you

The tuition of this study programme is provided mainly by the experts from the Department of Political Science and 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).

Where can you work after graduating?

  • State administration – e.g. at the Ministry of Culture or abroad
  • Grant agencies
  • Media
  • Czech governmental and non-governmental, charitable and foundation organisations
  • Tourism
  • Diplomatic services and cultural centres of Anglophone countries

Study programme: Anglophone Studies
Form of study: full-time and part-time
Standard length of study: 2 years
Language of instruction: English
Place of instruction: Prague

Graduate outcomes

  • Translator for the UN
  • Assistant to diplomat
  • Tour manager of a travel agency

International Cooperation

Erasmus+ study stays and traineeships

Non-Erasmus+ study stays


Students may acquire:

Certificate in Asian Language (Chinese, Japanese)


Tel.: +420 274 815 044

Information for foreign students

We would like to inform all students from third countries (i.e. countries outside of the European Union) that the Czech Ministry of Health issued a very restrictive exceptional measure effective from 1 July 2020, which establishes drastic conditions for entering the Czech Republic, see here.

The Council of Higher Education Institutions and the Czech Conference of Rectors are now negotiating with the ministry on possible changes of this decision, especially with regards to the current students. Metropolitan University Prague joined other higher education institutions in these activities. In case these conditions will not be changed before the instructions of this winter semester start, we would like to assure those of you who will not be able to come back to the Czech Republic for presence education, which starts on 26 October 2020, that we will provide fully adequate education in online form until you will be able to arrive and participate on standard instructions.

We will continue to post all current information on our specialised web page.

Online applicationEntrance examination in English in electronic form. The entrance examinations are held continuously in electronic form in the period from 20 April 2020 to 26 October 2020. Each applicant will receive a login combination to the online application after submitting the application to study.

Applicants may also prove their knowledge of English by providing the university with a legally attested (certified/notarised) copy of one of the following documents:

  • internationally recognised certificate in English (e.g. TOEFL, IELTS, FCE, CAE, CPE) not older than two years
  • English state language examination diploma
  • certificate of a successfully completed secondary or university education instructed in English

important notice

Completed Bachelor's level education documented by a certified copy of the applicant’s Bachelor’s Diploma is one of the main requirements for admission. In addition, applicants who completed their previous university education at a higher education institution that is not accredited by the Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sports of the Czech Republic are required to submit a document verifying official recognition of their university education by the Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sports of the Czech Republic, i.e. “nostrification”.