Uniwersytet w Białymstoku / Wydział Filologiczny

Philology, in the field of: English Philology

Poziom kształcenia: I stopnia Forma studiów: stacjonarne Czas trwania: 3 lata

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Język wykładowy

angielski

Opis

Graduate`s qualifications

General educational aims of the studies and employment/further education possibilities: The aim of English studies is to acquire basic knowledge of the target language, literature and culture and to employ it in professional and social contexts in an ethical way. The graduates can use at least one target language at the C1 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, and can use the target language for specific purposes. They also have interdisciplinary competence which enables them to apply their knowledge and ability to use language in different fields of academic and social life. They can solve professional problems, gather, process and transfer information (both in written and oral forms)  and participate in team work. Their qualifications should allow them to work in educational, administrative and cultural institutions such as publishing houses, editorial boards, mass media, tourist industry , services, etc. – mainly in places where good knowledge of the target language and culture is required. They can also work as teachers of English in primary and lower secondary schools after completing a special pedagogical programme provided by the Teachers` Educational Centre of UwB (CEN). The graduates are well-prepared to continue their studies at MA level.

Graduates’ title:

licencjat (BA)

Total number of ECTS points to get the qualifications: 182

CURRICULUM

Practical English  

 Practical English - modules

LINGUISTICS

1. Introduction to General Linguistics

2. Descriptive Grammar of the English Language- morphology

3. Descriptive Grammar of the English Language - syntax

4. Descriptive Grammar of the English Language - semantics

5. Descriptive Grammar of the English Language - phonetics and phonology

6. Descriptive Grammar of the English Language - practical classes

7. History of the English Language I

8. Introduction to Translation I

Linguistic Specialization Module

1. Research Methods in Linguistics

2. Recent Trends in Linguistics

3. History of the English Language II

4. Phonetic Interference

5. Introduction to Translation II

Literary and Cultural Studies Block

1. Introduction to Literary Studies                                                

2. History of English Literature I

3. History of American Literature I

4. Introduction to Cultural Studies

5. History of Great Britain

6. History of the USA

7. British Studies I

8. American Studies I

Literary and Cultural Studies Specialization Module

1. History of English Literature II

2. History of American Literature II

3. British Studies II

4. American Studies  II

Language Learning and Acquisition

1. English Language Teaching Methodology I

2. Introduction to the Theory of Language Learning

3. Styles and Strategies of Foreign Language Learning

4. Intercultural Education

Language Acquisition and Learning Specialization Module  

1. English Language Teaching Methodology II

2. Research Methods in Applied Linguistics

3. Teaching English to Young Learners

4. Evaluation of Language Skills

5. Micro teaching - Observation Techniques

Additional Subjects

1. Information Technology

2. Intellectual Property Law

Internship

Second Modern Foreign Language: Spanish, French, German, or Russian

Physical Education

History of Philosophy and Social Studies

Diploma seminar

Subjects not related to study programme

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION

Students have to gain all credits and pass  all examinations in the study programme, gain 180 ECTS points+ 2 ECTS extra for subjects not related to study programme, write a diploma thesis, and defend their thesis in a viva voce examination.  Graduating students  receive a diploma which certifies their attaining the BA degree.

 

Plan studiów: http://neo.uwb.edu.pl/dokumenty/plany/PlanStudiowFA_stac_Ist_1516.xls

Zasady kwalifikacji

Admission procedure rules:

– recruitment on the basis of submitted obligatory documents.

Dodatkowe dokumenty

Candidates qualified to the studies are obliged to submit an entire set of documents to an appropriate Faculty Admission Commission (WKR):

  • a personal data form including name (names) and surname, a date and place of birth, PESEL number - if you do not have a PESEL number, another identification number, a residential address and a mailing address,
  • an original copy or transcript from a high school diploma or IB diploma (International Baccalaureate) or EB diploma (European Baccalaureate), or a high school diploma issued abroad (if a high school diploma cannot be recognized as equivalent based on international agreements – original documents together with certificates of recognition and sworn translations thereof),
  • an original copy of legalization of a high school diploma issued abroad by a Polish embassy or consulate operating in the country of the diploma’s issue or by an embassy or consulate of a country of the diploma’s issue operating in Poland with the note saying: “the diploma entitles its holder to apply for admission to university studies at every type of higher education institutions in the country of the diploma’s issue”, or Apostille,
  • an original certificate of recognition of a high school diploma issued abroad in the country where diploma equivalence issues are not regulated by international agreements,
  • an original translation of a high school diploma into Polish or another language of instruction of the studies,
  • an original copy of a document certifying the knowledge of a foreign language of instruction of the studies,
  • a recent photograph of the candidate consistent with the requirements of ID photographs (1 photo),
  • a copy of an ID certified by the University or another document (passport) confirming the identity of a foreign candidate for studies,
  • a document certifying entitlement to undertake studies on equal terms with Polish nationals: the European Union
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Dodatkowe informacje

Documents certifying the knowledge of English

A candidate may be admitted to studies taught in English if he/she holds a document certifying the knowledge of the language of instruction, i.e. English.

The following documents certify the knowledge of English:

Certificates confirming the knowledge of a foreign language at minimum B2 level according to Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: learning, teaching, assessment (CEFR):

  1. Certificates issued by institutions affiliated with Association of Language Testers in Europe (ALTE) - ALTE Level 3 (B2), ALTE Level 4 (C1), ALTE Level 5 (C2), in particular the following certificates: First Certificate in English (FCE), Certificate in Advanced English (CAE), Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE), Business English Certificate (BEC) Vantage – minimum Pass, Business English Certificate (BEC) Higher, Certificate in English for International Business and Trade (CEIBT).

  2. Certificates of the following institutions:

    a) Educational Testing Service (ETS) - in particular the following certificates: Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) - minimum 87 points in Internet-Based Test version (iBT); Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) - minimum 180 points in Computer-Based Test version (CBT) completed by minimum 50 points in Test of Spoken English (TSE); Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) - minimum 510 points in Paper-Based Test version (PBT) completed by minimum 3,5 points in Test of Written English (TWE) and by minimum 50 points in Test of Spoken English (TSE); Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) - minimum 700 points; Test de Français International (TFI) - minimum 605 points,

    b) European Consortium for the Certificate of Attainment in Modern Languages (ECL),

    c) City & Guilds, City & Guilds Pitman Qualifications, Pitman Qualifications Institute - in particular the

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