The Master’s Degree study programme in Anglophone Studies is a two-year programme that develops and deepens the knowledge acquired in previous studies. This interdisciplinary programme is designed as a four-semester curriculum. The language of instruction is predominantly English.
Master’s programme graduates acquire expertise in selected Anglophone countries. They are knowledgeable in international relations, cultural and historical connections and the distinctive realities of particular English-speaking countries. They understand the society of these countries as well as their internal and external relations.
The Master’s Degree also prepares students for professional careers in research and in academic activities. It emphasises developing the knowledge gained in the Bachelor’s Degree (history, political science, international relations, and literature). Graduates of the Master’s Degree acquire a comprehensive knowledge of Anglophone studies as an interdisciplinary field of study focusing on international relations, English-language literature, culture and the society of English speaking countries. They have excellent written and spoken English (C1+/C2).
Study programme: International Territorial Studies
Standard length of study: 2 years
Form of study: full-time and part-time
Language of instruction: English
Place of instruction: Prague
Students may acquire:
Certificate in Asian Language (Chinese, Japanese)
CARREER OPTIONS FOR GRADUATES
- public administration, namely the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic
- international organisations and agencies, including Czech diplomatic missions in both English-speaking countries and EU institutions
- multinational companies
- advisory bodies
- the media
- charities and non-profit organisations
Tel.: +420 274 815 044
Oral part of the entrance examination focuses on verbal interaction and independent speech – English language skills of the applicants should correspond to level B2+/C1 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.