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Fields of studies in the Polish language

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2020, May 19 - 12:23pm
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of studies
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of specialization
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Languages of instruction
Institute of Classical and Slavonic Studies
 
Classical Philology Division


 

Classical Languages
BA
 
Knowledge of Literature, Books, and Theatre
 
Mediterranean Civilization
MA
 
Classical Studies
 
Renaissance Studies
The study of classical languages develops intellectual skills and prepares students to engage fully with European culture. The study of classical languages is also one of the best preparations for scientific work in every area of the humanities (for example, Latin in the history of the natural sciences, medicine or pedagogy). Graduates find it easy to adapt to the needs of employers, and take up employment in a wide range of careers, fulfilling various functions. Graduates of Knowledge of Literature, Books and Theatre, and Mediterranean Culture, are excellently prepared to become employees in all types of institutions connected with research into culture, its creation and promotion (for example, libraries, archives, publishers, museums, theatres, and houses of culture), as well as tourism both at home and abroad.  
Studies at graduate level allow students to develop their knowledge of classical languages, as well as Italian (level B2+), guaranteeing the skills to understand and interpret texts on many different levels. Depending on their chosen specialisation (Classical Studies or Renaissance Studies), students concentrate on the literature and culture of antiquity or renaissance culture, including that of Gdańsk. Graduate studies prepare the student for scientific work in every area of the humanities (for example, Latin in history of the natural sciences, medicine or pedagogy). The graduates of such studies are also excellently prepared to carry out scientific work in libraries, archives, publishers, museums, and many institutions involved with culture. The possibility to do a teaching specialisation also exists.
Polish
Italian

Institute of Classical and Slavonic Studies

Slavonic and Balkan Studies Division

Slavic Studies

Balkan Studies

BA

MA

Our BA Slavic Studies programme is designed for candidates who are curious about the world and focused on intensive learning of Serbian and Croatian languages. Our lecturers are outstanding specialists in literature, linguistics and cultural studies. Classes in practical foreign language (690 hours) and second Slavic language (150 hours) are taught by native speakers and their aim is reaching CEFR B2 and A2, respectively. Students also polish and improve their English skills. The programme includes non-philological classes, too – they are devoted to the Slavic heritage and the economic, political and social realities of the regions where the studied languages are spoken.
MA students of the Slavic Studies programme continue to learn Serbian or Croatian and develop their language competence reaching the C1 level as per CEFR. In addition to studying linguistics, literature and culture studies, they also acquire practical skills in the translation studies, tourist service and language acquisition. All lectures are conducted by valued specialists in Slavic studies. The intensive development of language competences is ensured by native speakers who teach practical language classes. The programme also includes non-philological classes devoted to the Slavic heritage and the economic, political and social realities of the regions where the studied languages are spoken.
Balkan Studies is an offer for students whose aim is intensive learning of foreign languages. Practical foreign language classes (660 hours) and classes in the second language of the area - Italian or Turkish (240 hours) are taught by native speakers and their aim is to reach CEFR B2 and A2 respectively. Besides, students improve their skills in ESP - English for business or diplomacy. The programme also includes classes devoted to the Slavic heritage and the economic, political and social realities of the regions where the studied languages are spoken. The students of Balkan Studies acquire practical skills in the field of translation and interpretation, conducting negotiations, and learn the basics of economics and diplomacy.
The students of Slavic and Balkan studies can greatly benefit from joining student research clubs and participating in cultural and scientific events of the Department of Slavic Studies, such as the Department Holiday and the Slavic Festival. The cosy nature of the programme allows for more direct contact with lecturers who are eager to support students in developing their research passion.
The students of the Slavic Department take part in projects implemented under the Erasmus+ program (contracts with universities in Croatia and Serbia).
Polish
Serbian
Croatian

Institute of Cultural Research

Cultural Studies Division

Film and Media Division

 
Cultural Studies
 
Film and Media Studies
 
In Poland, Cultural Studies is associated with the discipline of anthropology, therefore, in the Institute of Cultural Research the majority of areas that are taught and researched concern anthropological issues.
Cultural Studies undergraduate and graduate students are exposed to anthropological thinking, with regard to understanding cultural phenomena, noticing cultural diversity, researching into people’s behavior and culture, as well as new media, art, music, film or theater.
Studying in our Institute allows you to understand contemporary culture, be a conscious recipient of culture, as well as shape culture itself.
During your studies in the Institute of Cultural Research you can, for example, learn that jeans can be the subject of semiotic culture, that by putting your movie clips onto YouTube you are using media convergence, or that by watching movies on your computer you have become an emancipated spectator. In addition to this, by including both of your grandparents in your family you are using a bilateral kinship system.
 
Polish English
 

Institute of Logopaedics

 
Speech Disorders
Development of Children’s Language
Diagnosis and Therapy of Speech Disorders
Language in standard and pathological use
Prophylactic speech therapy
Language structure
Teaching Polish as a Foreign Language

BA:

Speech therapy

Teaching Polish as a foreign language

MA:

Neuro-speech

Therapy early intervention in

Speech therapy

 
 
Studies leading to a Bachelor’s degree include two sections: speech therapy (major subject) and teaching Polish as a foreign language (minor subject). The graduate may then work as a speech therapist or as a Polish teacher (in elementary school). At the Master’s level we propose the modules: neuro-speech therapy and early intervention in speech therapy. These studies provide a theoretical and practical basis for working with patients with speech disorders, regardless of age or etiology of disorder. Modern study facilities are ensured, including a room for orthophonic/logorhythmic exercises, speech therapy premises and a computer room.
Polish