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Language study conditions - Karolinka


Bachelor’s Studies




The Department of Foreign Languages (the KJP) secures the tuition of one compulsory language of a specialized nature. Students are placed into individual language courses based on their results received at entrance examinations to the faculty or at entrance tests to the course, or upon the agreement with the course instructor. Course participants are expected to be of intermediate level, i.e. B2 level based on the European framework of reference for languages. The winter semester results in the course credit (the so-called „zápočet"), the summer semester results in the examination (the so-called „zkouška").

The Department of Foreign Language stipulates the conditions for the courses resulting in the examination.


In the academic year of 2016/ 2017, the Department of Foreign Languages is offering courses in the following languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Russian and Italian. In addition, it provides paid English-based courses of Chinese.



The tuition of the main compulsory language focuses on the solidification of acquired language skills and the emphasis on the development of communication skills corresponding to specialized levels of individual study fields. English courses, where the sufficient amount of students can always be guaranteed, are the only courses divided according to individual study fields; German is divided into courses for the students of economics and other study fields. Other language courses are shared by students of miscellaneous study fields.


Furthermore, students are entitled to choose one more language as an alternative course. Such a course is of general nature and is offered on intermediate level- i.e. A2-B2. In winter semester the course results in the course credit and in summer semester in the classified credit (the so-called „klasifikovaný zápočet“). In the first sessions, students will be placed into individual courses based on the test reflecting the required level of language skills, or the placement will stem from the agreement with a course instructor. If the capacity of the course allows it, students can register for other language courses.


In the academic year of 2016/2017, such courses will be offered in all the above mentioned languages. General English courses will prioritize the students of the IMS who have the classified credit from English incorporated into their study obligations.



The Department of Foreign Languages does not secure beginner‘s classes, classes of a lower level of the second level or classes of the third language. However, in borderline situations the Department accepts A1-A2 levels for the IMS studies.






Master’s Studies



Students from other faculties and with the corresponding language level will be placed into the specialized language courses. Students entering the faculty with insufficient language skills are expected to improve them in general courses in the first year of studies.



The Department of Foreign Languages is going to recognize the following examinations from the specialized language:


1) the language examination passed at the FSV (the Faculty of Social Sciences) during Bachelor’s study programme


2) other language examinations, upon the individual agreement with a corresponding institute or based on a written documentation certifying the completion of a study field in a given language in a foreign country


Students who intend to expand their studies by another study field offered within the FSV UK, will be recognized all the examinations and classified credits successfully passed at the FSV.




The Department of Foreign Languages secures one language examination for all the students and for some students one classified credit (for students who have the second language incorporated into their study plan or choose to study the language as an alternative course). The IMS recognizes the credit from the general language course in the winter semester as the so-called third language.
















syllabi and timetable




Syllabi

Click on a particular subject's syllabus to find the timetable.

syllabi


Language study conditions - Karolinka


Bachelor’s Studies




The Department of Foreign Languages (the KJP) secures the tuition of one compulsory language of a specialized nature. Students are placed into individual language courses based on their results received at entrance examinations to the faculty or at entrance tests to the course, or upon the agreement with the course instructor. Course participants are expected to be of intermediate level, i.e. B2 level based on the European framework of reference for languages. The winter semester results in the course credit (the so-called „zápočet"), the summer semester results in the examination (the so-called „zkouška").

The Department of Foreign Language stipulates the conditions for the courses resulting in the examination.


In the academic year of 2016/ 2017, the Department of Foreign Languages is offering courses in the following languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Russian and Italian. In addition, it provides paid English-based courses of Chinese.



The tuition of the main compulsory language focuses on the solidification of acquired language skills and the emphasis on the development of communication skills corresponding to specialized levels of individual study fields. English courses, where the sufficient amount of students can always be guaranteed, are the only courses divided according to individual study fields; German is divided into courses for the students of economics and other study fields. Other language courses are shared by students of miscellaneous study fields.


Furthermore, students are entitled to choose one more language as an alternative course. Such a course is of general nature and is offered on intermediate level- i.e. A2-B2. In winter semester the course results in the course credit and in summer semester in the classified credit (the so-called „klasifikovaný zápočet“). In the first sessions, students will be placed into individual courses based on the test reflecting the required level of language skills, or the placement will stem from the agreement with a course instructor. If the capacity of the course allows it, students can register for other language courses.


In the academic year of 2016/2017, such courses will be offered in all the above mentioned languages. General English courses will prioritize the students of the IMS who have the classified credit from English incorporated into their study obligations.



The Department of Foreign Languages does not secure beginner‘s classes, classes of a lower level of the second level or classes of the third language. However, in borderline situations the Department accepts A1-A2 levels for the IMS studies.






Master’s Studies



Students from other faculties and with the corresponding language level will be placed into the specialized language courses. Students entering the faculty with insufficient language skills are expected to improve them in general courses in the first year of studies.



The Department of Foreign Languages is going to recognize the following examinations from the specialized language:


1) the language examination passed at the FSV (the Faculty of Social Sciences) during Bachelor’s study programme


2) other language examinations, upon the individual agreement with a corresponding institute or based on a written documentation certifying the completion of a study field in a given language in a foreign country


Students who intend to expand their studies by another study field offered within the FSV UK, will be recognized all the examinations and classified credits successfully passed at the FSV.




The Department of Foreign Languages secures one language examination for all the students and for some students one classified credit (for students who have the second language incorporated into their study plan or choose to study the language as an alternative course). The IMS recognizes the credit from the general language course in the winter semester as the so-called third language.