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Faculty Faculty of Arts (FIF)
Study programme Philology (B7310)
Branch of study French Philology (7310R052/00 - 2015)
Level of acquired qualification Bachelor
Form of study Full-time
Standard length of study 3 years
Number of ECTS credits 180
Qualification awarded Bachelor (Bc.)
Access to further studies Master study programme  
Type of completion State Final Exam, Master's Thesis Defense
Study and Examination Code URL
Faculty coordinator for international students
Uvírová Jitka, Mgr. Ph.D.
Email: jitka.uvirova@upol.cz
Phone: 585633356
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Key learning outcomes The objective of the linguistic part is to master general linguistic theory, the sound aspect of the language, morphology, syntax, as well as lexicology. Another important area is learning about the current state of the French language and its variants outside France, especially in Canada. In the field of literary theory, attention is paid to the interpretation of the evolution of French literature in the 19th and 20th centuries, as well as to literary theory and its application in the practical text analysis, both in terms of contents and form. Optional subjects develop students' linguistic and literary competences and they strengthen their professional qualifications, which can be applied in further studies or in practical job experience. It is possible to study at one of the 13 partner universities abroad (Aix-en-Provence, Clermont-Ferrand, Dijon, Vannes, Lorient, Nancy, Paris 5, Paris 13, Lille, Perpignan, Le Mans, Tallinn, Bratislava), which deepens the knowledge of the practical language. The study programme teaches a critical approach to sources of information, it leads the students to independent thinking and creative development of the knowledge and skills acquired.
Specific admission requirements unspecified
Specific provisions for recognition of prior learning unspecified
Qualification requirements and regulations 90 ECTS credits, passing the state final exam, defending Bachelor's thesis.
Profile of the programme academical
Occupational profiles of graduates with examples The three year course graduate is familiar with the basic issues of Romance Philology in the fields of the current French and Francophone linguistics and the modern French literature. He is able to understand the basic ideas of complex, specialized and abstract texts, both written and spoken, including the scientific disputes from the field of their studies. The graduate is prepared to work as a translator or an employee of cultural and state institutions cooperating with the French-speaking countries.
Branch of study guarantor Voždová Marie, doc. PhDr. Ph.D.

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Select combination Polish Philology (7310R124/00 - 1 - 2016), Polish Philology (7310R124/00 - 1 - 2015)
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Select combination Dutch Philology (7310R108/00 - 1 - 2011)
Select combination Portuguese Philology (7310R129/00 - 1 - 2015),
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Select combination Japanese Philology (7310R076/00 - 1 - 2016),
Select combination Japanese for the Economic Practice (7310R310/00 - 1 - 2015)
Select combination German for Translators and Interpreters (7310R353/00 - 1 - 2016)
Select combination Czech Philology (7310R029/00 - 1 - 2015),
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Select combination German Philology (7310R103/00 - 1 - 2015)
Select combination Practical Dutch Philology (7310R336/00 - 1 - 2015)
Select combination General Lingvistics and Theory of Communication (7310R311/00 - 1 - 2015),