Higher School of Professional Education
English studies
Bachelor Programme
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
3 years / 6 semesters
Tuition fee: 
2000 EUR a year
Degree awarded: 
Bachelor's degree of Arts
Scholarships available: 
free dormitory
Application deadline: 
Thursday, 10 July, 2014
Day of semester start: 
Wednesday, 1 October, 2014
Credits (ECTS): 
180 (6 semesters)
Admission requirements: 

you need to submit the required documents:

- application form

- high school diploma (allowing to continue education at higher level)

- medical certificate (that you are able to study)

- health insurance certificate (that you are entitled to European health care service)

It is required to have an English language international B1 certificate for example: TELC B1, Pearson B1 (level2), FCE (45-59 pkt) , ALTE (level2) , TOFL (min. 460 points) etc.

Applied Linguistics - The English language programme is designed for these who want to study the English language even if they are not very good at the language yet. The programme offers two specialties:
offers two specialties
The English language for legal and economic circulation (Translations) and The structure and cultural aspects of the English language (Filology), both with a possible extra specialization in language teaching.
A graduate obtains a Bachelor's degree and becomes an expert in the English language. The Bachelor's course takes six semesters. During the period, the student studies, takes part in projects, gains work experience during internship and obtains a minimum of  180  ECTS  credits,  which  allows  for  transferring to other universities of the European Union.
Graduates are also prepared to continue onto their Master's degree. In terms of the selected primary language, graduates hold a native-like command of the language at the level of C1 of the Common European Framework for Languages ​​by the Council of Europe. Within the specialties, students gain skills in the translation and interpretation (sight and consecutive) for publishers, academic institutions, civil society organizations, government entities and the media. The students also learn about the theoretical and practical aspects of thelanguage as well as the literary works and culture. The students are obliged to study another foreing language (the secondary language) to the level of B2 (German, Spanish) and the third language of the student's choice to the working/survival level (other than the primary or secondary languages).