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How to improve the language while studying at university

Japanese, Spanish, Russian and Modern Greek. Every foreign language is useful and if you get to college, you do not pay expensive courses at language schools, you can improve on them – skills usually can get the unpaid voluntary teaching.

Perhaps every prestigious college offers students the opportunity to improve in different languages ​​through an optional course. Often at least one language, and even need a mandatory prerequisite to the study. Let's see what possibilities are there two most popular Czech universities – „Masaryk University“: http://www.muni.cz and „University“: http://www.cuni.cz.

Masaryk University ** **

  • Required language teaching and language in the field *

When not studying at Masaryk University directly to a foreign language as its core, most likely you encounter an obligation to attend at least one language course, or at least knowledge of a foreign language to prove any certificate (eg FCE). For a large number of subjects is required to complete at least one semester of the so-called foreign language for academic purposes, the statutory rate is the number II, which may optionally precede foreign language courses for academic purposes, I can choose from English, French, German, Spanish and Russian and English is also possible to study online with direct involvement in teaching. There are also a range of languages ​​at the individual disciplines – for example, German journalists, foreign language for lawyers, a large selection of compulsory and optional languages ​​are also on the faculty of Economics and Administration. There is also offering courses taught directly in a foreign language, mostly in English, for example, the FSS is the duty of every student at least one foreign language course completed.

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  • Selectable languages ​​*

Languages ​​can also be studied as optional credits B or C, often through the Faculty of Arts. There you just choose one of the courses on offer to the students outside of the designated branches of the mother tongue – from scratch, so you need to start studying the unusual languages ​​such as Latin, Finnish, Hungarian, Estonian and Japanese. This also took advantage of Theresa, a student of sociology, which he shares his experience:

„I signed a four-semester course for Japanese nejapanisty nereligionisty and, according to the textbook discusses Unless the textbook in one semester, one must enter the subject of Japanese language and Japanese fonts. In the first year went a lot of people (and about ninety), so that courses conducted by our teacher projected slides and explained, but we had to teach yourself at home. In the second year it had been better in the last semester we were about ten in total, and we also talked and practiced. The instruction was aimed at both writing and characters, and the grammar, listening and speaking, with talking about it was the weakest, because although we had two hours a week and on a collective practice was not much time. In this course we have mastered the basic grammar and basic set of characters, simply stated something we agreed about, but it's certainly more of a longer study. “

  • You can always add to the „jazykářům“ *

On the Philology Faculty of Arts you will find a variety of language courses at the Faculty of Education, it is the English, French, German and Russian. Because of the Masaryk University applies to anyone that can write any object, even from other faculties and from a completely unrelated field, if in these fields of study to find a course aimed at teaching practical language skills (usually called the Language Practice, Language and Practical etc.), you can register with confidence and taught along with jazykáři. Some courses are offered only to students parent fields, or require prior completion of another course as prerequisites, but if you have the motivation to study, even though it is often possible to ask the teacher for an exemption and agree with him that will allow you to complete a course.

  • Language School in the Faculty of Arts *

Finally, in the Faculty of Arts is working „language school“: http://is.muni.cz/…i/js_pri_ff/, which offers 23 language courses, such as a six-month English, French, Dutch, Italian, German and Spanish. The school also organizes intensive language courses during the holidays. Price of one-semester course is around two to three thousand, but you can find various price advantage.

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  • Required language teaching and language in the field *

Also, in many areas of the Charles University will be required to avoid knowledge of the language, but often you can choose which languages ​​undergo, or not to participate directly in teaching, but only to fetch a certificate from such school. Like MU languages ​​compulsory affect a PhD. The situation is different from the faculty of the faculty as it looks to be at the Faculty of Social Sciences, describes Verka:

„Filda provides language training for other faculty, or at our faculty to learn them too, but only those“ core „: English, German, French, Russian, Spanish, and through cooperation with the Greek Embassy and Modern Greek. The Institute of International Studies, where I study, three languages ​​are compulsory, but you can select them. One of them, but should be on a professional level, that is one of the subjects of "English for the IMS. I graduated from vocational English, German general and one semester of Modern Greek. A friend had the same, but instead had a Greek Russian, but by the odchodil jazykovce. For us, nothing is taught to beginners, so you can dismiss it elsewhere and bring confirmation. “

  • Selectable languages ​​*

Optional language courses provided by Faculty of Arts, which is the basic offer various courses in English, French, Italian, Latin, German, Russian and Spanish. There are also a range of interdisciplinary subjects printed by individual departments, where any student can choose from a variety of interesting courses, many of which are language-oriented, often on very exotic languages ​​- Catalogue of objects found to be practical course Urdu, correspondence in Arabic sign language, Sanskrit, Tamil, Hindi, Indonesian, Tibetan, mandžuštinu from European languages, Finnish, Romanian, Portuguese, Greek, Albanian, Croatian, Serbian, Slovenian, Macedonian and Bulgarian, but also the languages ​​that will not serve much now – staroislandštinu, Akkadian, luvijštinu or even Hittite grammar.

  • Language of different field *

The University pays the same as MU – you can write any object from a very different field if not limited enrollments, a prerequisite or a maximum number of students registered. While studying law, so you can go on language training to students of French language and literature, if you allow a teacher. Options to expand their language skills is really much, just some one to take.

Source: Web sites of universities

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