The Special Branch: Czech Language and Literature Added:28.3. 2008
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The Special Branch: Czech Language and Literature

Subject, who accompanied us from the earliest school years, it is also possible to study in college. Here are details on the field of Czech language and literature. Note: Article was updated on the 28th 12th 2009 (-KAV-)

** Where should I study? ** Field of Czech language and literature can be studied primarily in the faculties, in the „non-teaching“ version is possible to study in the bachelor study at Masaryk University in Brno (Czech field of language and literature at the Faculty of Arts) at Charles University in Prague (Czech Language and Literature the Faculty of Arts) and Palacky University in Olomouc (in Czech filolofie the Faculty of Arts). In Brno and Olomouc you can choose between studying jednooborovým, studying Czech language and literature alone, or dvouoborovým – that combine it with another field. In Olomouc offers a combination of fields only linguistic (German, English, Latin, French or even Chinese philology). In Brno, the Czech study can be combined with any object of Philosophical faculty or faculties to study in combination with media studies and journalism.

** Entrance Exams ** About your acceptance or rejection to the school will be decided by written tests, which aim to assess your knowledge of Czech language and literature. To succeed you should have enough knowledge of Czech grammar and Czech, in part to foreign literature acquired in high school. They also have some questions about contemporary cultural life (the film, theater, books …). Brno is part of the admission test and the so-called study skills which are tested for certain features thought necessary for the study of high school.

** Study ** During the undergraduate years of study to learn the basics of grammar czech (this means items such as morphology, syntax, phonology and phonetics, stylistics, theory of spelling or word formation), and Czech literature (ie literature from its beginnings until the late 20th century and literary theory). Moreover, waiting for you and pitfalls in the form of Old Church Slavonic grammar or history (some historical roots) czech. Names of optional subjects it sound better, you can decide, for example creative writing or transformation stories – it's up to you on which area of ​​the Czech language you want to specialize. The compulsory courses include one foreign language, physical education and philosophy at faculties then of course didactically oriented subjects.

** Application ** … Is very broad. Graduates of this field can be applied primarily as linguists and literary critics, as well as teachers of Czech language (this is needed but complete at least Master's degree) or as proofreaders, editors or writers.

** More information on the fields can be found at: ** „Masaryk University“: http://www.phil.muni.cz „Charles University“: http://ucjtk.ff.cuni.cz „Faculty of Education, University of Jan Evangelista Purkyně in Usti nad Labem“: http://www.upol.cz „Faculty of the University of Ostrava“: http://www.ff.osu.cz „Philosophy and Science Silesian University in Opava“: http://www.upol.cz „University of Hradec Kralove“: http://www.uhk.cz „Faculty of Education University of South Bohemia in the Czech Budejovice“: http://www.pf.jcu.cz „Faculty of Sciences, Humanities and Education of the Technical University in Liberec“: http://www.fp.tul.cz

Sources: Websites of individual faculties.




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