Course-specific competences

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All acquired course-specific competences enable the students to apply directly expert knowledge, skills and values which they develop during the study through different teaching methods.

Course-specific competences are listed in each syllabus in the chapter “objectives and competences”. Course-specific competences at study completion may vary from student to student due to individual elective course selection. The general course-specific competences developed by the proposed programme can be resumed in the following list:

  • indepth knowledge of theory and research methodology applied to the field of linguistics, literature, didactics, interculturality, language policies and translation into target language;
  • Ability to develop and create theoretical and practical, scientific and professional concepts, fields and projects;
  • Indepth understanding and knowledge of epistemology of linguistics, literature, didactics, interculturality, language policies and translation of selected language;
  • ethical and responsible research;
  • indepth knowledge of basic issues on existence, base, composition and evaluation of literary works followed by the ability to critically interpret its categories using modern methods, orientations and connections to general aesthetic or artistic problems;
  • an indepth understanding of the role of languages in contact and the influence among them in the past and today;
  • an indepth knowledge in the area of didactics of languages and connected studies as well as a theoretic approach to teaching and learning languages.

The planned quality of learning outcomes and competences assure:

Students of the 3rd cycle study programme Languages and Interculturality gain in-depth knowledge in their field of interest as well as in methodological approaches which will enable them to research these fields. Their job opportunities are potentially in all employment areas where large general knowledge and acquaintance with social and cultural issues, phenomena and processes is required should this be on local, national or international level. The ability to interpret the results autonomously, evaluate and work independently, self-critically, using self-reflection, striving for quality and strong commitment to professional ethics and ethic codexes makes out of the students able researchers, analytics, collaborators at development departments, counselors, leader staff of social activities at cultural and educational institutions.  Students are trained in particular for the following working areas: 

  • scientific, research and pedagogical work in scientific and educational institutions in relation to languages, interculturality and interdisciplinary studies;
  • most demanding creative, professional and managing work in state (state administration, local and regional government), public, private and non-governmental institutions and organizations, in private sector and international organizations;
  • professional work in the field of languages and interculturality and related social and cultural processes.