Candidates will be qualified on the basis of grades in their Bachelor’s degree diploma in English Studies or other language studies with major in English. Candidates who are not graduates of English Studies or other language studies with a major in English, in the case of being admitted to 2nd cycle studies, are obliged to make up for the curriculum differences resulting from the curriculum of 1st cycle studies in English Studies. The scope of curriculum differences, individually for every student, together with the schedule and method of making up, will be determined by the Dean of the Faculty.
American and Canadian Studies for Intercultural Communications and Diplomacy
The aim of the specialization is to prepare future Americanists and Canadianists for professional work by delivering them knowledge of diplomatic processes, international law, intercultural and internatioanal relations combined with native-like fluency in English.
The programme also supports developing practical diplomatic skills and intercultural expertise which may be facilitated at all levels of intercultural relations. Graduates will be prepared to work as specialists in public administration units and as members of diplomatic corps. They skills they posess will make them valuable employees of territorial administration, local governments, or liaison managers in international companies. Such graduate will be an asset to all organizations seeking experts who have attained a near-native command of English and developed diplomatic skills neccessary in the context of business relations, political negotiations and intercultural mediation.