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DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH STUDIES


Head of Department: dr hab. Katarzyna Szmigiero
Deputy Head: dr Irena Czwenar

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Phone: (44)7327419 lub (44)7327400 ext. 119

Office: mgr Maria Bijoch


Images of Turkey

This year, the Department of English Studies is hosting ERASMUS students from The University of Mersin in Turkey. Sevgi, Seren and Berat have prepared a presentation showing the beauty of their home country as well as their experience of staying and studying in Poland. There are also glimpses of the places around Europe they have been able to visit.
The presentation is very attractive - you must definitely view it!

EVENTS:

Integration meeting ERASMUS 2014

Integration meeting ERASMUS 2013

Conference: Foreign languages and cultures: New educational contexts (7 June 2014)



 

THE JAN KOCHANOWSKI UNIVERSITY IN KIELCE, POLAND BRANCH AT PIOTRKÓW TRYBUNALSKI, FACULTY OF PHILOLOGY AND HISTORY, FIRST-CYCLE BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAMME FOR ENGLISH STUDIES DAY MODULE - DOWNLOAD

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH STUDIES ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE

  • Section of English Literature and Culture

Head: Dr hab. Katarzyna Szmigiero
Dr Agnieszka Stanecka

  • Section of English Language

Head: Dr Agnieszka Kaleta
Dr hab. prof. UJK Alina Kwiatkowska
Dr Monika Gregorowicz
Dr Aleksander Sołoszenko
Mgr Sławomir Połeć

  • Section of Applied Linguistics

Head: Dr Irena Czwenar
Dr Dorota Gonigroszek
Mgr Karol Kowalczyk
Mgr Iwona Puścian
Mgr Jacek Szymański


PROSPECTIVE  GRADUATE
Field of study: English Studies 
Specialization: English Studies with Translation Studies and Business English

3-year licentiate English Studies incorporating an added translation and business language component include English for business and English for academic and scientific purposes studies as well as the theory and practice of translation of general and literary texts.

Licentiate graduates communicate in English at C1 level of proficiency according to the Common European Framework for Reference for Languages. They have a basic knowledge of linguistics, language acquisition, foreign language teaching as well as literature, geography and culture of Anglophone countries. They display interdisciplinary competences allowing for effective use of English in various areas of knowledge and social life. Also, they will have acquired knowledge of European integration issues including aid programmes within EU’s regional and education policies such as UE grants in areas of  science, international student and teacher exchange, and the Erasmus Programme.

Licentiate graduates enter a wide range of professions in fields where specialist knowledge of English is required. These include the civil service, industry, international organizations and institutions, publishing, translation, cultural exchange centres, and the media.

Graduates are prepared to apply for MA studies.


PROSPECTIVE GRADUATE

Field of Study: English Studies
Specialization: English Studies with English Language Teaching

BA graduates have a general philological education in English and communicate in this language at C1 level of  proficiency according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. They have a basic knowledge of linguistics, language acquisition and foreign language teaching as well as literature, history, geography and culture of English speaking countries. They are able to analyze literary, language and cultural events in both historical and contemporary contexts. They can solve problems, take part in teamwork, collect, process and convey oral and written information. Acquired knowledge and skills enable our graduates to find employment in institutions and companies requiring a good command of English.

Teacher training gives graduates the opportunity to gain knowledge in psychology, pedagogy, and foreign language teaching. The syllabuses of specialization courses cover the latest trends in the methodology of foreign language teaching relating to younger age groups and different levels of teaching. Students also become familiar with application techniques of multimedia and information technology in foreign language teaching. Gaining professional knowledge is accompanied by developing occupational skills through project work in the methodology of teaching, workshops, and teacher training practice. Graduates are prepared to teach English at pre-school and primary school level.

Graduates are prepared to apply for MA studies.

WELCOME NOTE

Why Study English?

Studying English is certainly one of the most interesting choices you can make at university. English gives you the opportunity to develop your own interests. An English degree equips you with practical skills which are easily transferable into many other situations and many professions. It opens up the opportunity to go into a great variety of careers.

Why Piotrków?

We offer you a challenging and diverse range of courses, along with good quality tuition, library, and IT facilities. We believe that our combination of direction, choice, dedication, and personal attention creates unique appeal. At the end of three years we hope you will have a wide knowledge of English, and that you will have specialized in the areas which you find particularly enjoyable.

Uniwersytet

Jana Kochanowskiego

w Kielcach

Filia w Piotrkowie Trybunalskim

Wydział Filologiczno-Historyczny

ul. J. Słowackiego 114/118
97-300 Piotrków Tryb.

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fax: (44)7327405

NIP: 657-02-34-850

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