Field of study POLISH PHILOLOGY (second-degree studies)
A graduate in these studies will be equipped with knowledge of Polish philology, linguistics and communication, literature and contemporary culture.
The “speech-language pathology” specialization course leads to speech therapy qualifications. Other courses educate in the field of editorial and journalistic skills, copywriting, and PR, as well as foreign languages (English or Russian). Completion of these cutting edge Polish studies enables graduates to land prestigious jobs.
UNIT IN CHARGE:
Faculty of Humanities
Institute of Polish Philology and Applied Linguistics
DURATION OF STUDIES
2 years (awarded degree: MA)
SPECIALIZATION COURSES OFFERED:
Polish language and speech-language pathology*
Philology for media and business with a foreign language
Social communication and editorial work
DESCRIPTION OF THE SPECIALIZATION COURSES
Upon completion of the specialization course on “Polish language and speech-language pathology”, a graduate is equipped with qualifications that entitle him or her to work as a speech-therapist.
After completing the specialization course on “philology for media and business with a foreign language”, a graduate can pursue his or her career in advertising, PR or business. He or she has a deep practical knowledge of a foreign language (English or Russian optionally).
On completion of the specialization course on “social communication and editorial work” a graduate can pursue his or her career in journalism, literary and scientific publishing houses, or electronic media. A graduate is provided with competences and skills that entitle him or her to work as a journalist.
Candidates for „Polish philology” will choose their specialization course towards the end of the first semester.
For the „Polish language and speech-language pathology” specialization course a pronunciation check is obligatory, and a hearing examination is also required.
Within additional courses a Polish philology students will have an opportunity to acquire qualifications that entitle them to work as a Polish language teacher in primary, middle and secondary schools.
* - completion of the first-degree studies in the “Polish language and speech-language pathology” specialization course is a precondition to undertake the second-degree studies in the “Polish language and speech-language pathology” specialization course.