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Faculty Faculty of Arts (FIF)
Study programme Philology (B7310)
Branch of study Latin Philology (7310R087/00 - 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
Engelbrechtová Jana, Mgr. Ph.D.
Key learning outcomes The aim of the Bachelor's study of Latin philology is to teach the basics of the language and work with foreign language sources, ability to analyse philological texts and being able to understand the text in wider historical and cultural context. The student should also learn how to search for relevant information and critically assess and present their results in both oral and written form.
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 Graduates of bachelor´s degree studies of Latin philology are fluent in Latin at level giving them competence of translation and interpretation of simple Latin texts. They have basic view of ancient history, literature and fine arts. They have ability to take use of their knowledge in related fields of science and to apply acquired skills in other professions (culture work, work in governmental offices, private foundations etc.) They are prepared for specialized work in museums, archives and other culture institutions, state administration, journalism, media etc. and for further masters´s degree studies. This qualifies them for successful career a in a range of state institutions and cultural institutions.
Branch of study guarantor Kysučan Lubor, doc. PhDr. Ph.D.

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Select combination Portuguese Philology (7310R129/00 - 1 - 2015),
Select combination Chinese Studies (7310R236/00 - 1 - 2015)
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)
Select combination Polish Philology (7310R124/00 - 1 - 2015), Polish Philology (7310R124/00 - 1 - 2016)
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Select combination German Philology (7310R103/00 - 1 - 2015),
Select combination Spanish Philology (7310R172/00 - 1 - 2015),
Select combination Russian Philology (7310R145/00 - 1 - 2015),
Select combination Practical Dutch Philology (7310R336/00 - 1 - 2015),
Select combination General Lingvistics and Theory of Communication (7310R311/00 - 1 - 2015)