Anglistics Study Programme was created in compliance with the needs of the modern market and the field of English language teaching and learning. The study programme enables students to acquire both practical and theoretical knowledge, relying on the latest concepts studied within English philology and the use of modern teaching aids.
Upon the completion of the study programme, students gain various competencies relevant in the 21st century. What makes this study programme valuable is equal attention paid to all language levels, translation, the field of English language teaching, as well as culture and literature.
Studies are organsied with the aim to provide students not only with the training in many linguistic and/or related fields, but also to enable them to gain multiple competencies that will help students apply knowledge and skills immediately upon graduation in a wide range of activities - English language teaching, translation, and fields where intercultural communication is required. In fact, there is almost no segment, either in the private or public sector, where the skills acquired in this study program cannot find their practical application.
Upon the completion of Anglistics Study Programme, graduates become extremely competitive in the labor market in the country and the region, and beyond, and gain competencies for various and multifaceted areas that require a thorough knowledge of the English language, culture, literature, and soft skills.
The curriculum, aims, planned outcomes, and the way the whole study programme is organised and realised enable students to acquire knowledge and skills that are in full compliance with the modern market requirements, enabling students to work independently in all areas where the English language is required.
After graduating from this study program, a graduate can be employed as:
- an English language teacher in primary and secondary schools;
- an English language teacher in kindergartens and private language schools;
- an English language teacher in language institutes;
- a literary translator;
- a translator and interpreter (in various fields - economy, law, medicine, tourism and hospitality, information technology, etc., both written and oral - simultaneous and consecutive interpreting);
- a court interpreter;
- a correspondent (for news agencies)
- a proofreader / foreign language lecturer.
The new study programme BA in English Studies is in the process of accreditation, and its curriculum and teaching staff references can be downloaded at the following links:
For more information about the study programme and the subjects, please visit the website of enrollment in undergraduate studies. You can also use this site to fill in the pre-application form.
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