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Polish Studies (1-KRK-FPOL-D2)

(in Polish: Filologia polska)
masters degree
Daily studies, 2 years
Language: Polish
No description for the programme.

Qualification awarded:

(in Polish) Magisterium z filologii polskiej

Access to further studies:

the graduates can appy for admission to doctoral studies and other postgraduate courses.

Professional status:

Graduates get the thorough humanistic educational background, enriching their knowledge and philological skills as well as major education in the field of Polish Studies, including ordered, thorough knowledge of literary studies and linguistics, developed research and communicative skills and social competences enabling them to plan their careers. Graduates are prepared to function professionally within their specializations.

Teaching standards

Learning outcomes for the course Polish Philology approwed pursuant to the resolution 147/2008-2012 of the UO Senate on 26 IV 2012. Programme of studies as definined by the Resolution of the Faculty Board of Philology on 12 IV 2012.
4.2.1. Polish Studies canon: A. Basic subject modules, B. Major subject modules, C. Elective subject modules;
4.2.2. Elective courses: 6 courses to be chosen during course of studies (including one in a foreign language) and 2 monographic lecture series.
4.2.3. Specialization canon;
4.3. Details concerning study program and individual achievements, awarded grades/ECTS credit points. In order to obtain the pass grade in a given course, it is mandatory to be assessed positively during the classes specified in the study program. An examination can only be taken after getting the pass grade in a given course.
The student is expected to submit a graduate thesis by the end of the fourth semester and then successfully defend it before the Faculty Examining Board at the final graduate examination. The final graduate examination consists of two parts, an examination in specialized knowledge and the defence of the graduate thesis. The final grade entered on the diploma is meant to be interpreted as follows: in ½, it is the arithmetic mean of all examination grades and those obtained from classes entered in the student's transcript, in ¼, it is the grade awarded for the graduate thesis, and in ¼, it is the grade obtained at the final graduate examination. It is obligatory to collect 120 ECTS credits during the study period (30 credits in each semester).

Learning outcomes


Admission procedures:

Visit the following page for details on admission procedures: https://rekrutacja.uni.opole.pl