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Study programmes in foreign languages


Faculty

Language of

Degree

Study programme

Bachelor’s programme

English Philology – double-major study

Instruction Faculty of Arts

English

English Philology – single-major study German Philology – double-major study Chinese Philology Jewish and Israeli Studies Master’s programme

English Philology – double-major study English Philology – single-major study Euroculture – Erasmus Mundus European Studies and International Relations German Philology – single or double major

Doctoral programme

Political Science Sociology

German

Faculty of Education

English

Bachelor’s programme

Deutsche Philologie

Master's programme

Deutsche Philologie

Bachelor’s programme

Special Education – Afterschool Supervisor

Master’s programme

Leisure Time Activities Counselling and Management Pre-primary Education Special Needs Counselling

Doctoral programme

Education Music Theory and Education Special Education

Russian

Master’s programme

Специальная педагогика

Doctoral programme

Специальная педагогика

Faculty of Law

English

Doctoral programme

European and International Law

Faculty of Medicine

English

Master’s programme

Dentistry

and Dentistry

General Medicine Doctoral programme

Medicine and Dentistry

Faculty of Physical Culture

English

Doctoral programme

Kinanthropology

Faculty of Science

English

Master’s programme

International Development Studies

Doctoral programme

Geoinformatics


English Philology

double-major study

(Bachelor’s programme, Bc. equivalent to BA)

Programme dates: September–June, 3 years

general knowledge of culture and history

The department offers a preparatory course. Application deadline: February 28th Application procedure: application form verified copy of the applicant’s school-leaving certificate/diploma  non-refundable processing fee of EUR 25 (free of any bank charges)  

The entrance exam consists of two written tests: a test of study skills with an emphasis on the knowledge of culture, humanities and social science disciplines and an English language test (reading skills, vocabulary, grammar and the culture of Englishspeaking countries; B2 CEFR level required). For double-major programmes, students also have to follow the procedures required by the other subject. A sample of the English test can be found at http://www.anglistika.upol.cz/fileadmin/kaa/katedra/uc hazeci/Ukazkovy_oborovy_test_anglictina_KAA_FF_ UP.pdf

Programme content: The three-year study includes literary studies (Introduction to Literary Theory, British Literature of the 19th and 20th centuries, American Literature from the beginnings until the 1st half of the 20th century); Cultural Studies; Linguistics (Phonetics, Morphology, Syntax, Lexicology); and practical English language skills courses. An essential part of the programme consists of optional courses, which enable students to specialise (for the structure of the programme and the offer of the optional courses see our website). Language requirements: English language CEFR level B2 Training methods: seminars, workshops, projects, presentations, essays Contact: Ludmila Veselovská, ludmila.veselovska@upol.cz Website: www.englishphilology.upol.cz

Required knowledge command of English of at least B2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages  practical knowledge of the normative grammar of the English language  vocabulary corresponding to everyday situations in language communication 

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English Philology

single-major study

(Bachelor’s programme, Bc. equivalent to BA)

Programme dates: September–June, 3 years Application deadline: February 28th Application procedure: application form verified copy of the applicant’s school-leaving certificate/diploma  non-refundable processing fee of EUR 25 (free of any bank charges)  

The entrance exam consists of two written tests: a test of study skills with an emphasis on knowledge of culture, humanities and social science disciplines and an English language test (reading skills, vocabulary, grammar, culture of English-speaking countries; B2 CEFR level required). A sample of the English test can be found at http://www.anglistika.upol.cz/fileadmin/kaa/katedra/uc hazeci/Ukazkovy_oborovy_test_anglictina_KAA_FF_ UP.pdf

Programme content: The three-year study includes literary studies (Introduction to Literary Theory, British Literature of the 19th and 20th centuries, American Literature from the beginnings until the 1st half of the 20th century); Cultural Studies; Linguistics (Phonetics, Morphology, Syntax, Lexicology); and practical English language skills courses. An essential part of the programme consists of optional courses, which enable students to specialise (for the structure of the programme and the offer of the optional courses see our website). Language requirements: English language CEFR level B2 Training methods: seminars, workshops, projects, presentations, essays Contact: Ludmila Veselovská, ludmila.veselovska@upol.cz Website: www.englishphilology.upol.cz

Required knowledge command of English on at least the B2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages  practical knowledge of the normative grammar of the English language  vocabulary corresponding to everyday situations in language communication  general knowledge of culture and history 

The department offers a preparatory course.

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German Philology

double-major study

(Bachelor’s programme, Bc. equivalent to BA)

Programme dates: September–June, 3 years

2. Optional courses (B): Module Linguistics (methods of linguistics, word formation, semantics, phraseology, history of the German language etc.)  Module Literature (Baroque, Romanticism, Weimar Classicism, Realism, Naturalism, German Moravian literature, children’s literature etc.)  Module Cultural studies (history, history of art, life and institutions of German-speaking countries, history of the Moravian Jews, film culture in German-speaking countries, translation and interpreting courses etc.)  Module Bachelor’s thesis 

Application deadline: February 28th Application procedure: application form a verified copy of the school-leaving examination identification card or another identification document (it should be presented at the exam)  entrance examination:   

1. Written test on general topics (only for Czech speakers applying to study at the Faculty of Arts) 2. Oral examination: The applicants should demonstrate their German language knowledge (of at least B1 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages). Maximum score is 100 points. It is possible to submit a certified copy of the results of an approved language test and score above 80 points (see the list here: http://www.upol.cz/skupiny/zajemcum-ostudium/studijni-obory/obor/deutsche-philologie/).

Language requirements: German language B1 at least, exams accepted can be found here: http://www.upol.cz/skupiny/zajemcum-ostudium/studijni-obory/obor/deutsche-philologie/ Training methods: lectures, seminars, intensive courses, practical German language skills courses, projects Contact: Ingeborg Fialová, ingeborg.fialova@upol.cz

Programme content: 1. Required courses (A):      

Website: http://www.germanistika.upol.cz

Introduction to literary theory History of the German-written literature Introduction to linguistics Phonetics and phonology Morphosyntax German language skills courses

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Chinese Philology (Bachelor’s programme, Bc. equivalent to BA)

Programme dates: September–June, 3 years

Training methods: tutorial, seminars, workshops

Application deadline: February 28th

Contact: Ondřej Kučera, ondrej.kucera@upol.cz

Application procedure: application form SPF – Test of Scholastic Aptitude at the Faculty of Arts of Palacký University with special emphasis on culture, humanities and social science disciplines

Website: www.chinesephilology.upol.cz

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Programme content:  Chinese Conversation  Chinese Phonology  Geography of China  Grammar of the Chinese Language  Chinese Grammatology  Listening  Modern History of China  Chinese Prosody  Chinese Reading  Semiotics of Chinese Culture  Theory of the Chinese Language  Modern Chinese Literature  Translation  Lexicography of Chinese  General Linguistics Language requirements: English language CEFR level B2 or TOEFL points 87 minimum or Czech language level B2

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Jewish and Israeli Studies (Bachelor’s programme, Bc. equivalent to BA)

Programme dates: September–June, 3 years Application deadline: February 28th Application procedure: written entrance exam – applicants have to pass a SPF test with focus on cultural and humanistic and social disciplines

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Jewish philosophy (seminary 1–8) Israeli studies (1–4) From Yiddish Films to Yiddish in Films Modern Hebrew Biblical Hebrew Yiddish Arabic, etc.

If the applicants come from a different field of study or from a different university, they also submit their diploma supplements, or an academic transcript of their BA studies validated by the former university. Programme content:  Ashkenazi Jewish Culture  Hebrew Sources of Moravian Jewish History  Islamic and Jewish Intellectuals in the Middle Ages  Holocaust: Rabbinic Sources  Jesus Christ Superstar: Second Temple Judaism in the Mirror of Hollywood th  Jewish Women in Central Europe from 17 th to 20 Century  Kashrut in Moravia: Halakha and Food Production from 16th to 19th Century  Israeli Film - The Diversity of Israeli Society  The Arab-Israeli Conflict in Israeli Movies  Holocaust: Genocide and Contemporary Society  Hebrew-Latin Encounters in Medieval Europe: An Interdisciplinary Seminar  History and Literature of the Jewish Enlightenment (Haskalah) in Central Europe  History of the Jews (seminary 1–8)

Language requirements: English language CEFR level B2 or TOEFL points 87 minimum Training methods: tutorial, seminars, workshops Contact: Kurt and Ursula Schubert Centre for Jewish Studies Lenka Uličná, lenka.ulicna@upol.cz Website: www.judaistika.cz

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English Philology

double-major study

(Master’s programme, Mgr. equivalent to MA)

Programme dates: September–June, 2 years

Language requirements: English language CEFR level C1

Application deadline: February 28th

Training methods: seminars, workshops, projects, presentations, essays

Application procedure: application form original or a verified copy of the applicant’s BA diploma supplement (a BA degree in English required)  non-refundable processing fee of EUR 25 (free of any bank charges)  an abstract (1 to 3 pages) of the applicant’s BA thesis in English or any other academic work in English relevant to the field of study to be presented by the applicant directly at the exam  written project (1 to 3 pages) to be presented by the applicant directly at the exam

Contact: Ludmila Veselovská, ludmila.veselovska@upol.cz

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Website: www.englishphilology.upol.cz

An oral exam, during which the applicant’s knowledge of the English language (English Philology at the bachelor level) is tested, and his/her past achievements and future academic plans are discussed (based on a three-page master’s thesis proposal submitted by the applicant at the exam). Programme content: The two-year study programme includes the study of literature (e.g. Contemporary American Literature, Old and Middle English Literature) and linguistics (e.g. Syntax, Text Analysis and Pragmatics, Stylistics, Historical Grammar, English Dialects). Optional courses, in which students can further specialise, are an integral part of the study (for the structure of the programme, see our website)

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English Philology

single-major study

(Bachelor’s programme, Bc. equivalent to BA)

Programme dates: September–June, 3 years Application deadline: February 28th Application procedure: application form verified copy of the applicant’s school-leaving certificate/diploma  non-refundable processing fee of EUR 25 (free of any bank charges)  

The entrance exam consists of two written tests: a test of study skills with an emphasis on knowledge of culture, humanities and social science disciplines and an English language test (reading skills, vocabulary, grammar, culture of English-speaking countries; B2 CEFR level required). A sample of the English test can be found at http://www.anglistika.upol.cz/fileadmin/kaa/katedra/uc hazeci/Ukazkovy_oborovy_test_anglictina_KAA_FF_ UP.pdf

Programme content: The three-year study includes literary studies (Introduction to Literary Theory, British Literature of the 19th and 20th centuries, American Literature from the beginnings until the 1st half of the 20th century); Cultural Studies; Linguistics (Phonetics, Morphology, Syntax, Lexicology); and practical English language skills courses. An essential part of the programme consists of optional courses, which enable students to specialise (for the structure of the programme and the offer of the optional courses see our website). Language requirements: English language CEFR level B2 Training methods: seminars, workshops, projects, presentations, essays Contact: Ludmila Veselovská, ludmila.veselovska@upol.cz Website: www.englishphilology.upol.cz

Required knowledge command of English on at least the B2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages  practical knowledge of the normative grammar of the English language  vocabulary corresponding to everyday situations in language communication  general knowledge of culture and history 

The department offers a preparatory course.

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Euroculture

Erasmus Mundus

(Master’s programme, MA)

Programme dates: September–June, 2 years

website), other European languages are taken into consideration in the selection process  study mobility periods abroad and practical experience in European and/or international organisations and institutions is valued  completed application form  for further formal requirements see http://euroculture.upol.cz/how-toapply/requirements/

Structure of the programme: first semester (Home university – Olomouc) second semester (Host university – Europe) third semester (Home/Host/Third country university/Internship)  fourth semester (Home/Host university)   

Title awarded: MA (Double degree with partner universities) Network Georg-August University, Göttingen (DE), Deusto University, Bilbao (E), University of Strasbourg (F), Udine University (IT), University of Groningen (NL), Jagiellonian University, Kraków (PL), Uppsala University (S), University of Pune (India), Osaka University (Japan), UNAM, Mexico City (Mexico), IUPUI Indianapolis (USA). Application deadline: December 1st for both Erasmus Mundus grant applicants + self-financing applicants (Erasmus Mundus grant applicants have to hold a BA (or MA) degree at the time they apply, self-financing students don’t).  2 more deadlines for self-financing applicants: March 1st and June 1st. 

Programme content: The programme focuses on European culture in the broad sense, including politics, history, geography, law and stresses Europe in the wider world. http://euroculture.upol.cz Language requirements: TOEFL Paper-based: 580 or TOEFL IBT Internet-based: 92 or TOEFL Computer-Based: 237; IELTS: minimum overall score 6.5, with no part score (listening, reading, writing, speaking) under 5.5 Training methods: lectures, seminars, internships Contact: Jitka Rašková, j.raskova@upol.cz Website: www.euroculture.upol.cz

Application procedure: a first higher education degree (Bachelor’s degree) in a discipline of relevance to the fields of European culture and history etc.  languages skills: English is a precondition (see our 

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European Studies and International Relations (Master’s programme, Mgr. equivalent to MA)

Programme dates: September–June, 2 years

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Application deadline: February 28th Application procedure: The applicant should be a graduate of a BA or a MA study programme in the field of social studies, humanities or law. The applicant will present:  Bachelor’s degree diploma  diploma supplement of her/his Bachelor’s study (the diploma supplement may be substituted by a list of courses and exams passed during the Bachelor’s study)  his/her bachelor’s thesis or any corresponding graduate work, eventually another written essay with a minimum page count of 20 pages  CV  motivation letter

International Relations Theories International Security Conflict Resolution Modern History of Europe Methodology

Language requirements: English language CEFR level B2 or TOEFL points 87 minimum Training methods: lectures, seminars, workshops, consultancy Contact: Hynek Melichar, hynek.melichar@upol.cz Daniel Marek, daniel.marek@upol.cz Website: http://www.kpes.upol.cz/en

Personal interview might be arranged via skype. For the online application form for the study programmes taught in English see Palacký University website www.upol.cz. Programme content: Core programme courses include     

EU Institutions EU and its Member States EU Cohesion Policy External Relations of the EU EU Economic Policy

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German Philology

single or double major

(Master’s programme, Mgr. equivalent to MA)

Programme dates: September–June, 2 years

2. Optional courses (B) Module Linguistics (text and dialog analysis, pragmatics, semiotics, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, cognitive linguistics etc.)  Module Literature (Medieval literature, Baroque, Romanticism, Weimar Classicism, Realism, Naturalism, German Moravian literature, children’s and juvenile literature etc.)  Module Cultural studies (history, art history, culture of the German-speaking countries, history of the Moravian Jews, translation and interpreting courses, didactics etc.) 

Application deadline: February 28th Application procedure: application forem a verified copy of the Diploma Supplement identification card or another identification document (it should be presented at the exam)  entrance examination:   

The entrance examination is an interview concerning the master’s thesis proposal (3 pages) which must be sent to the department in advance. For more details see the websites with information in German: http://www.upol.cz/skupiny/zajemcum-ostudium/studijni-obory/obor/deutsche-philologie-1/ http://www.upol.cz/skupiny/zajemcum-ostudium/studijni-obory/obor/deutsche-philologie-2/ http://www.upol.cz/skupiny/zajemcum-ostudium/studijni-obory/obor/deutsche-philologie-3/

Language requirements: German language level B2 Training methods: lectures, seminars, intensive courses, international projects Contact: Ingeborg Fialová, ingeborg.fialova@upol.cz Website: http://www.germanistika.upol.cz

Programme content: 1. Required courses (A): German as a Language of Humanities Literary theory – schools and methods New Trends in Linguistics Medieval German Literature History of the German language Contemporary Literature German Literature from Bohemia and Moravia

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Political Science (Doctoral programme, Ph.D.)

Programme dates: September–June, 3 years

Obligatory subjects Methodology; Theory of political systems.

Application deadline: March 31st if the preferred start of the Ph.D. programme is in the winter semester st  October 31 if the preferred start of the Ph.D. programme is in the summer semester

Optional subjects History of political theories; International relations; European Union; Comparative political systems; Theory of political parties and party systems; Theory of electoral systems.

Application procedure: Applicants for the Ph.D. programme are advised to contact one of the team leaders according to their Ph.D. project thesis. Applicants have to prepare a research project that will be presented at the entrance interview. The entrance interview for the Ph.D. programme in politics is open to graduates of the MA programme in politics. However, graduates of related humanities and social sciences can apply for the admission examination if their Ph.D. thesis relates to the field of political science. Completed application forms should be sent to the science section of the Faculty of Arts at Palacký University. The entrance examination is based on an interview.

DPES research teams: Analytical Political Science led by Tomáš Lebeda (tomas.lebeda@upol.cz)  European Studies led by Daniel Marek (daniel.marek@upol.cz)  Czech Politics and Local Politics led by Pavel Šaradín (pavel.saradin@upol.cz)  International Relations and Modern History led by Jiří Lach (jiri.lach@upol.cz)

Programme content: Ph.D. students are obliged to pass one language exam (not their native language) and the exam in the History of Philosophy. Ph.D. students need to pass an exam in methodology as well as one obligatory and two optional exams in political science. The examinations are held in the form of a scholarly discussion on the basis of required reading. Students determine their choice of final examinations with their thesis supervisor. The examinations are taken before an examination board.

Language requirements: English language CEFR level B2 or TOEFL points 87 minimum Training methods: tutorial, scholarly discussions, lectures, seminars, workshops Contact: Daniel Marek, daniel.marek@upol.cz Website: http://www.kpes.upol.cz/en/ph-d-doctoral-programme

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Sociology (Doctoral programme, Ph.D.)

Programme dates: September–June, 3 years (6 semesters) full-time or up to 5 years part-time (distance learning study).

Development of the Faculty of Arts at: http://www.ff.upol.cz/menu/prijimaci-rizeni/doktorskestudium-phd

Application deadline: March 31st

Programme content: The Ph.D. programme consists of five modules: Research, Specialisation, Soft Skills, Pedagogical, and Dissertation. The students must complete a total of 180 ECTS credits, pass mandatory examinations, and submit and successfully defend a doctoral dissertation. The students pursue formal courses, individual and group consultations, and independent research toward the dissertation according to the individual study plan that they draft in consultation with their supervisors.

Application procedure: Applications are accepted usually once a year (enrolment for the winter semester), sometimes twice a year (enrolment for the summer semester).     

application form (https://prihlaska.upol.cz/wps/portal); structured CV (signed); verified copy of a Master’s degree diploma; course transcript or equivalent of the MA study; Ph.D. project proposal - the project proposal of 1,000–1,500 words must define its theoretical or empirical research field, overall aim of the research, state-of-the art discussion of theory and research in the area, suggested methodological approach and bibliography. if relevant, proof of professional activity in the chosen field of study (such as, lectures, conference participation, non-degree study, publications).

The entrance examination consists of an interview, at which the applicant presents his/her dissertation project. In exceptional cases the examination may take a written form. A Skype interview may also be arranged. Requirements: The applicant must have a Master’s degree in sociology or a related discipline (such as, social and cultural anthropology, social psychology, political science, religious studies, cultural studies) at the time of application or be awarded the degree before enrolment.

The core PhD courses include: Dissertation Colloquia Dissertation Seminars Methodological and specialisation courses Readings in Sociological Theory Sociological Research Practice Theory of Quantitative and Qualitative Methodologies

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Language requirements: English language CEFR level B2 or TOEFL points 87 minimum Training methods: lectures, seminars, workshops, individual consultations, independent research Contact: Libora Oates-Indruchová, libora.oates-indruchova@upol.cz Dušan Lužný, dusan.luzny@upol.cz Website: http://www.ksoc.upol.cz/en

Further information about the application process is available from the Department for Research and

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Deutsche Philologie (Bc. in Kombination mit einem zweiten Fach, Direktstudium)

Programmdaten: September–Juni, 3 Jahre

2. Obligatorische Wahlfächer (B): Modul Linguistik (Methoden der Sprachwissenschaft, Wortbildung, Semantik, Phraseologie, Deutsche Sprachgeschichte u.a.)  Modul Literatur (Barock, Romantik, Weimarer Klassik, Realismus, Naturalismus; deutschmährische Literatur, Literatur für Kinder und Jugendliche u.a.)  Modul Kultur und Gesellschaft (Geschichte, Kunstgeschichte und Landeskunde der deutschsprachigen Länder, Geschichte der mährischen Juden, Filmkultur in deutschsprachigen Ländern, Übersetzungs- und Dolmetschübungen u.a.)  Modul Bakkalaureatsarbeit 

Bewerbungsschluss: 28. Februar Antragstellung: Anmeldeformular eine notariell beglaubigte Kopie des Reife-/Abitur/Maturazeugnisses  Personalausweis oder ein anderes Identifikationsdokument (bei der Prüfung vorzulegen)  Aufnahmeprüfung:  

Die Aufnahmeprüfung besteht aus zwei Teilen: 1. Test des Allgemeinwissens (nur für die tschechischsprachige Bewerber fürs Studium an der Philosophischen Fakultät der Palacký-Universität). 2. Mündliche Prüfung: Der Bewerber soll im Gespräch Sprachkenntnisse und Sprachfähigkeiten der Stufe B1 des Gemeinsamen Europäischen Referenzrahmens nachweisen. Die maximale Punktezahl für die mündliche Aufnahmeprüfung beträgt 100 P. Der Bewerber kann eine notariell beglaubigte Kopie eines der unter http://www.upol.cz/skupiny/zajemcum-ostudium/studijni-obory/obor/deutsche-philologie/ angeführten Leistungsnachweise vorlegen. Dafür können ihm bei der mündlichen Prüfung bis zu 80 P. anerkannt werden.

Sprachanforderungen: Deutsch (mindestens) B1, anerkannte Leistungsnachweise s. http://www.upol.cz/skupiny/zajemcum-ostudium/studijni-obory/obor/deutsche-philologie Unterrichtsformen: Vorlesungen, Seminare, Blockseminare, Übungen, Projekte Kontakt: Ingeborg Fialová, ingeborg.fialova@upol.cz Webseite: http://www.germanistika.upol.cz

Programminhalt: 1. Pflichtfächer (A):  Einführung in die Literaturwissenschaft  Geschichte der deutschen Literatur  Einführung in die Linguistik  Phonetik und Phonologie  Morphosyntax  Praktischer Sprachunterricht

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Deutsche Philologie als Einzelfach (Mgr., Direkt oder Distanzstudium)

Programmdaten: September–Juni, 2 Jahre

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Bewerbungsschluss: 28. Februar

2. Obligatorische Wahlfächer (B): Modul Linguistik (Texlinguistik, Gesprächsanalyse, Pragmatik, Semiotik, Soziolinguistik, Kognitive Linguistik u.a.)  Modul Literatur (Schriftkultur des Mittelalters, Barock, Romantik, Weimarer Klassik, Realismus, Naturalismus; Literatur für Kinder und Jugendliche u.a.)  Modul Kultur und Gesellschaft (Geschichte, Kunstgeschichte, Kultur der deutschsprachigen Länder, Geschichte der mährischen Juden, Übersetzungs- und Dolmetschübungen, Didaktik u.a.)

Gegenwartsliteratur Literatur der böhmischen Länder

Antragstellung: Anmeldeformular notariell beglaubigte Kopie des Diploma Supplement  Personalausweis oder ein anderes Identifikationsdokument (bei der Prüfung vorzulegen)  Aufnahmeprüfung:  

Die Aufnahmeprüfung besteht aus einem Motivationsgespräch auf der Grundlage eines ca. 3-seitigen Exposes der künftigen Magisterarbeit im Fach Germanistik, das der Prüfungskommission im Voraus zugeschickt wird. Für weitere Informationen s. die Web-Seiten http://www.upol.cz/skupiny/zajemcum-ostudium/studijni-obory/obor/deutsche-philologie-1/ http://www.upol.cz/skupiny/zajemcum-ostudium/studijni-obory/obor/deutsche-philologie-2/ http://www.upol.cz/skupiny/zajemcum-ostudium/studijni-obory/obor/deutsche-philologie-3/

Sprachanforderungen: Deutsch (mindestens) B2 Unterrichtsformen: Vorlesungen, Seminare, Blockseminare, (z.T. internationale) Projekte Kontakt: Ingeborg Fialová, ingeborg.fialova@upol.cz Webseite: http://www.germanistika.upol.cz

Programminhalt: 1. Pflichtfächer (A):  Deutsch als Sprache der Geisteswissenschaften  Literaturwissenschaft – Schulen und Methoden  Neue Tendenzen in der Linguistik  Ältere deutsche Literatur  Geschichte der deutschen Sprache

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Special Education

Afterschool Supervisor

(Bachelor’s programme, Bc. equivalent to B.Ed.)

Programme dates: September–June, 3 years

Language requirements: English language CEFR level B2 or TOEFL points 87 minimum

Application deadline: August 31st Application procedure: The applicants are required to send:  application form (electronic)  motivation letter and profile essay  copy of his/her graduation certificate translated into English and verified by a notary

Training methods: lectures, seminars, workshops, student practice, diploma project, thesis Contact: Miloň Potměšil, milon.potmesil@upol.cz Website: www.edu.upol.cz

Programme content: The programme offers the university education in the field of providing the so-called special educational care of people with special needs in different areas of public administration. This study prepares specialists who are able to solve educational, social and therapeutic situations of citizens with a health handicap and its relevant disadvantages. The graduates of the programme are supposed to work in the following institutions: schools and special educational institutions, institutions providing social services, prisons, NGOs, community centres etc.

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Leisure Time Activities Counselling and Management (Master’s programme, Mgr. equivalent to M.Ed.)

Programme dates: September–June, 2 years

Training methods: lectures, seminars, workshops, student practice, diploma project, thesis

Application deadline: August 31st

Contact: Štefan Chudý, stefan.chudy@upol.cz

Application procedure: The programme will admit graduates of Bachelor’s programme focused on education. The applicant must prove his/her fitness for study in a motivation letter (in English) and a profile essay of 15,000 – 20,000 characters focused on the area of leisure time activities counselling and management. The applicant is expected to send an electronic version of his/her graduation thesis (graduation project).

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The applicants are required to send: application form (electronic) motivation letter and profile essay (see information above)  copy of his/her graduation certificate translated into English and verified by a notary  

Programme content: The study is designed as a continuing Master’s programme for non-teachers and is closely connected to the Bachelor’s programmes dealing with education, social pedagogy or leisure time activity education. It builds on the acquired knowledge and deepens it so as to ensure the ability to carry out independent leisure time education. Language requirements: English language CEFR level B2 or TOEFL points 87 minimum

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Pre-primary Education (Master’s programme, Mgr. equivalent to M.Ed.)

Programme dates: September–June, 2 years (distance learning study) Application deadline: August 31st

Training methods: lectures, seminars, workshops, student practice, diploma project, thesis Contact: Eva Šmelová, eva.smelova@upol.cz

Application procedure: application form (electronic) copy of applicant's graduation certificate translated into English and verified by a notary

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Programme content: The Master’s degree programme is intended for the graduates of Teaching at kindergartens (Bachelor) and Special pedagogy of pre-primary children (Bachelor). The study specialisation is drafted for pre-primary teachers qualified preparation with emphasis on preschool curriculum development with respect to the specific conditions of the pre-primary institution taking into consideration the specialities and needs of preprimary children in the pedagogic-psychological context and with emphasis on pedagogical diagnostics and special-pedagogical with applying the inclusive education principles and pre-primary institution management in accord with the current trends in the pre-education field. Language requirements: English language CEFR level B2 or TOEFL points 87 minimum

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Special Needs Counselling (Master’s programme, Mgr. equivalent to M.Ed.)

Programme dates: September–June, 2 years

Contact: Miloň Potměšil, milon.potmesil@upol.cz

Application deadline: August 31st

Website: www.edu.upol.cz

Application procedure: The programme will admit graduates of Bachelor’s programme focused on special education. The applicant must prove his/her fitness for study in a motivation letter and a profile essay focused on one of these areas: special andragogy, dramatherapy, ortho-communication or early intervention special pedagogy counselling. The applicant is expected to send an electronic version of his/her graduation thesis (graduation project). Programme content: Developmental psychology Pathopsychology Special educational diagnosis Speech therapy Surdopaedia and many others

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Language requirements: English language CEFR level B2 or TOEFL points 87 minimum Training methods: lectures, seminars, workshops, student practice, diploma project, thesis

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Education (Doctoral programme, Ph.D.)

Programme dates: September–June, 4 years

Language requirements: English language CEFR level B2 minimum

Application deadline: August 31st

Training methods: tutorial, seminars, conferences, workshops, project work, publishing, research

Application procedure:  application form (electronic)  curriculum vitae  official transcript and a copy of applicant’s certificate/diploma  list of publications (if any)  selected field of doctoral dissertation

Contact: Štefan Chudý, stefan.chudy@upol.cz Website: www.edu.upol.cz

Programme content: Besides research activities, student will choose four courses from the following list:  Theory and methodology of science  Philosophical aspects of education  Psychological aspects of education  Curriculum and theory of teaching  Foreign language (Russian, German)  School climate and its humanization  Educational policy in a national and international context  Educational evaluation and school management  Current trends in the theory and practice of lifelong education  Social education  Psychological aspects of dealing with the demands of today’s school  Historical aspects of the theory of education and teaching  Trends in pre-primary and primary education

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Music

eory and Education

(Doctoral programme, Ph.D.)

Programme dates: September–June, 3 years

Optional subjects Music historiography (earlier period) Music historiography of contemporary music (20th/21st centuries)  History of Czech musical culture  Complex music analysis  Musical aesthetics  Music sociology  Psychology of music  Psychology of creativity  Theory and history of popular music  Ethnomusicology  

Application deadline: August 31st Application procedure: application form (electronic) degree in music education or musicology (Master of Art, Master, PhDr, PaedDr.)  passing the entrance examination  the capacity for scientific work; backed up with proof of research, active presentation at scientific conferences, specialized publications etc.  

The entrance examination requirements: to present a list of published and non-published works, active presentations at scientific conferences, etc.  to present a list of studied literature  to demonstrate an overall survey in the theory of music and music education and its border scientific disciplines  to specify an interest in a particular part of theory of music and music education  to demonstrate an active knowledge of the English language as a scientific and research communicative tool  to submit a Ph.D. thesis proposal

Language requirements: English language CEFR level B2 or TOEFL points 87 minimum

Training methods: tutorial, seminars, lecture, workshops, project, publishing Contact: Jiří Luska, jiri.luska@upol.cz Lenka Hejlová, lenka.hejlova@upol.cz Website: www.edu.upol.cz

Programme content: Compulsory subjects  Philosophy of education and teaching  Music education  Methodology and research in music  Music theory

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Special Education (Doctoral programme, Ph.D.)

Programme dates: September–June, 4 years

Dramatherapy, Mobility disorders and many others). (e.g. Behavioural disorders, Deaf education, Dramatherapy, Mobility disorders and many others).

Application deadline: August 31st Application procedure: application form (electronic) Master degree in fields of study either special education or teaching profession or tutoring for adolescents with special educational needs  passing the entrance examination  

Applicants take an entrance examination based on the required documents, as follows:  motivation letter  Ph.D. thesis proposal (about 15,000–20,000 characters)  an electronic version of the applicant’s diploma thesis

Language requirements: English language CEFR level B2 or TOEFL points 87 minimum Training methods: lectures, seminars, workshops, research activities, study abroad within/outside Europe Contact: Miloň Potměšil, milon.potmesil@upol.cz Website: www.edu.upol.cz

Programme content: The preparation of scientific workers for research and specialist work in each of the special educational disciplines.  Methodology of research and statistic  Philosophy of education  Pathopsychology,  Foreign language I  Foreign language II  selective areas of special education (e.g. Behavioural disorders, Deaf education,

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Специальная педагогика (Двухлетняя магистерская программа обучения)

Сроки программы: 2 года (начиная с сентября)

Требования к языку: русский на уровне Б2

Крайний срок подачи заявок: 31-ого августа

Методы обучения: Лекции, семинары, практические занятия, проекты, подготовка дипломной работы

Условия приёма: Заявление могут подать лица, имеющие диплом бакалавра по специальной педагогике (педагогика, ориентированная на людей со специальными потребностями). Претендент на обучение должен продемонстрировать свои способности в мотивационном письме (на русском языке) и профильном реферате (15 000–20 000 знаков), затрагивающем проблемы одной из следующих областей: ортокоммуникация, драматерапия, социально-педагогическая андрагогика, специальная педагогика раннего возраста. Претендент также предоставляет по электронной почте или на компакт-диске свою выпускную работу (проект).

Контакт: Martin Dominik Polínek, martin.polinek@upol.cz Website: www.edu.upol.cz

Аннотация программы и ее содержание: Психология развития Патопсихология Специально-педагогическая диагностика Логопедия Сурдопедагогика и др.

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Специальная педагогика (Докторская программа обучения, Ph.D.)

Сроки программы: 4 года (начиная с сентября)

Требования к языку: русский на уровне Б2

Крайний срок подачи заявок: 31-ого августа

Методы обучения: Лекции, семинары, практические занятия, научно-исследовательская деятельность, обучение за рубежом (в Европе и за ее пределами)

Условия приёма: наличие степени магистра в областях, связанных со специальной педагогикой и обучением детей с особыми образовательными потребностями  успешное прохождение вступительных экзаменов Кандидаты сдают вступительный экзамен на основании следующих необходимых документов:  мотивационное письмо (на русском языке)  тезисы запланированной диссертации (15 000–20 000 знаков)  электронная версия дипломной работы 

Контакт: Jan Michalík, jan.michalik@upol.cz Website: www.edu.upol.cz

Аннотация программы и ее содержание: Подготовка научных работников для проведения исследований и практической работы в азличных сферах специальной педагогики  Методология исследования  Философия образования  Патопсихология  Иностранный язык I  Иностранный язык II  Отдельные области специальной педагогики  (например, образование неслышащих, драматерапия и др.). 

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European and International Law (Doctoral programme, Ph.D.)

Programme dates: September–June, 3 years (6 semesters) full-time or up to 5 years part-time (distance learning study). Application deadline: May 31st Requirements for the admission: The admission to the Ph.D. studies is based on the admission colloquia the aim of which is to test the knowledge of candidates in the field in which they are applying for, their ability for scientific work, motivation and English language competences. Application form: structured Curriculum Vitae (signed); verified copy of a Master’s degree diploma; course transcript or equivalent of the MA study; doctoral dissertation project proposal - the project proposal of 1,000–1,500 words must define its theoretical or empirical research field, overall aim of the research, state-of-the art discussion of theory and research in the area, suggested methodological approach, and bibliography.  if relevant, proof of professional activity in the chosen field of study (such as, lectures, conference participation, non-degree study, publications).    

The entrance examination consists of an interview, at which the applicant presents his/her dissertation project. In case of foreign students the faculty may decide on the admission based on the written information (esp. application form, CV, motivation letter, main outline of the dissertation thesis). A Skype interview may also be arranged directly at the exam.

Requirements: The applicant must have a Master’s degree in law at the time of application or be awarded the degree before enrolment. Study Programme content: The Ph.D. study programme consists of five modules: Research, Specialization, Soft Skills, Pedagogical, and Dissertation. The students must complete a total of 90 ECTS credits, pass mandatory examinations, and submit and successfully defend a doctoral thesis. The students pursue formal courses, individual and group consultations, and independent research toward the dissertation according to the individual study plan that they draft in consultation with their supervisors. The core Ph.D. courses include: Dissertation colloquia Dissertation seminars Methodological and specialization courses Language requirements: English language CEFR level B2 or TOEFL points 87 minimum Training methods: lectures, seminars, workshops, individual consultations, independent research Contact: Václav Stehlík, vaclav.stehlik@upol.cz Website: www.pf.upol.cz/en

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Dentistry (Master’s programme, MDDr. equivalent to MDD.)

Programme dates: September–June, 5 years

Contact: Jana Osmani, jana.osmani@upol.cz Zuzana Kullová, zuzana.kullova@upol.cz

Application deadline: The date will be specified each year Application procedure: application form completed copy of high/secondary school graduation certificate  successful written entrance examination taken in Chemistry, Biology, and Physics or Mathematics  successful interview with the Board of Admissions (after the written examination)  successful English language test (non-native speakers, who cannot produce a respective certificate)

Website: www.medicineinolomouc.com www.lf.upol.cz/en

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After admission: visa (where applicable) recognition of secondary education (apostille, superlegalization)  signing a contract with the school  

Programme content: Study plan available at the website of the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry. Language requirements: English language CEFR level B2 minimum. During the course the student is required to take a Czech language course. Training methods: lectures, seminars, practical training

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General Medicine (Master’s programme, MUDr. equivalent to M.D.)

Programme dates: September–June, 6 years

Contact: Zuzana Kullová, zuzana.kullova@upol.cz Jana Osmani, jana.osmani@upol.cz

Application deadline: the date will be specified each year Application procedure: application form copy of high/secondary school graduation certificate  successful written entrance examination taken in Chemistry, Biology, and Physics or Mathematics  successful interview with the Board of Admissions (after the written examination)  successful English language test (non-native speakers, who cannot produce a respective certificate)

Website: www.medicineinolomouc.com www.lf.upol.cz/en

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After admission: visa (where applicable) recognition of secondary education (apostille, superlegalization)  signing a contract with the school  

Programme content: Study plan available at the website of the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry Language requirements: English language CEFR level B2 minimum. During the course the student is required to take a Czech language course. Training methods: lectures, seminars, practical training

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Medicine and Dentistry (Doctoral programme, Ph.D.)

Programme dates: September–June, 4 years Application deadline: The date will be specified each year Application procedure: application form completed certified copy of the master degree diploma (+ certificate of the notification for graduates from international universities)  successful interview with the Board of Admissions  

Fields of study: The list of accredited programmes is available at the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry website Language requirements: English language CEFR level B2 minimum, for clinical subjects also proficiency in Czech – level B2 (necessary for patient contact) Training methods: tutorial, seminars, workshops, projects, publishing Contact: Zuzana Kullová, zuzana.kullova@upol.cz Website: www.lf.upol.cz/en/groups/studying/phd-studies

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Kinanthropology (Doctoral programme, Ph.D.)

Programme dates: September–June, 4 years

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Application deadline: the date will be specified each year Application procedure: application form completed curriculum vitae English language proficiency certificate list of publications (if any) two recommendation letters – one from the home department (head or tutor), one from an external professor  previous communication with possible supervisor  written project of Ph.D. thesis  copy of university diploma and recognition of master education (recognition of diploma)  successful interview with the Board of Admissions     

Exercise and Sport Psychology Recreology Senzomotorics and Pathokinesiology

Language requirements: English language CEFR level B2 or TOEFL points 87 minimum Training methods: tutorial, lectures, seminars, publishing Contact: Milada Truksová, milada.truksova@upol.cz Website: http://ftk.upol.cz/en

After admission: visa (where applicable) insurance signing a contract with the school

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Programme content: According to the orientation of the individual applicant the mentioned branch is divided into the following areas of specialisations:  Anthropomotorics  Adapted Physical Activities  Biomechanics  Didactics of Physical Education and Sport  Philosophy and Sociology of Physical Culture  Exercise Physiology  Functional Anthropology

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International Development Studies (Master’s programme, Mgr. equivalent to M.Sc.)

Programme dates: September–June, 2 years

Methodological courses students take at least one course

Application deadline: the date will be specified each year

Regional courses students take at least two courses

Application procedure: successfully completed undergraduate degree (preferably in subject relevant to international development; however, candidates with other specializations will also be considered)  good academic performance  two letters of recommendation  motivation letter (max. 1,000 words)  structured curriculum vitae  English language proficiency certificate on B2 Common European Framework level (e.g. IELTS – an overall band of 5.0 with no less than 5.0 in each component skill)  application form

Selected specialization courses 4–7 courses*

Programme content: Students are obliged to take courses in the following structure:

Language requirements: English language CEFR level B2 or TOEFL points 87 minimum Training methods: seminars, workshops, research projects, publishing Contact: Martin Schlossarek, schlossarek.m@gmail.com Website: http://www.development.upol.cz/studium/ids

*The offer of specialization courses may change in any given year.

Compulsory courses (all seven courses) Development Geography and Globalization Development Theories Political Geographical Processes in the Developing World  Development Economics  Environmental Geography  Sustainable Development  Development Assistance   

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Geoinformatics and Cartography (Doctoral programme, Ph.D.)

Programme dates: September–June, 4 years Application deadline: the date will be specified each year Application procedure: http://www.upol.cz/en/faculties/faculty-ofscience/study/study-programmes-open-in-englishlanguage/documents-required-for-application/:      

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application form curriculum vitae official transcript and a copy of your certificate/diploma English language proficiency certificate list of publications (if any) two recommendation letters – one from the home department (head or tutor), one from an external professor health status certificate (not more than one month old) selected field of Ph.D. thesis (from the list of issued theses on the website) non-refundable processing fee of EUR 25 (free of any bank charges)

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Spatial Decision Support Systems Theory, Analyses and Interpretation of Radar Data Flood Risk Modelling Surveying and Mapping Methods of Remote Landscape Monitoring Developing of Open-source GIS and Tools Cognitive Cartography

Language requirements: English language CEFR level B2 or TOEFL points 87 minimum Training methods: tutorial, seminars, workshops, project, publishing Contact: Vít Voženílek, vit.vozenilek@upol.cz Website: www.geoinformatics.upol.cz/ephdstudy

Programme content: Mathematical Modelling of Dynamical Systems Fuzzy Sets and their Applications Cartographic Research Methods Land Cover and its Change Mapping Cartographic Semiology GIT in Landscape Management National Spatial Information Infrastructure Planning and Design of GIT

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