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English Philology

English Philology

English is not only the key to a career, but also a chance to break cultural barriers and explore the world freely!

English studies at Tischner European University will open the door to your dream job. You will acquire not only general English, but also language for specific purposes, necessary e.g. in the field of translations. You will develop competences and key skills for working in an intercultural business environment. While studying English philology, you will take part in classes with the best teachers and specialists who, in addition to language knowledge, will teach you the secrets of working in companies and international institutions.

English philology, major in Intercultural Communication in Business – why is it worth studying this degree course in Cracow?

  • Full-time studies: over 180 hours of practical English,
  • Part-time studies: over 130 hours of practical English classes,
  • Several foreign languages to choose from, including Spanish, Russian, German (forming groups for language classes depends on the number of those willing to take a given language)
  • Not only will you learn foreign languages, but you will also learn about intercultural communication, as well as business and management,
  • This course of study received first place in the Małopolska province for the highest salary earned by graduates of English Philology in the ‘Polish Graduate Tracking System’ prepared by the Ministry for Education and Science.

Graduate studies are a very important stage in the life of each of us. If you know that the course you are studying is in demand on the labor market, then you are a satisfied student. In addition to passion, you also need to think about your future. You can be absolutely certain that you receive this all while choosing the path called Intercultural Communication in Business! Its advantage is focusing on practice, thanks to which learning foreign languages will be not only effective but also resulting in natural and fluent communication.

Study intercultural communication in business in Cracow. Be perfectly prepared for any upcoming career challenges!

  • Specialist courses (including intercultural negotiations, business communication) which will prepare you for managing and negotiating in multicultural environments
  • you will broaden your soft skills (allowing for effective team work) as well as your intercultural communication skills (allowing for you to skillfully communicate with other cultures)
  • you can spend up to 12 months at a partner university and develop your skills in an international team - Reggio nell'Emilia (Italy) and Braganca (Portugal) await you

Introduction to intercultural communication – this class has in mind the introduction of the topic of communication in business, as well as the processes and main forms of communication. The course will allow students to practice communication skills (oral and written) in business English contexts. Students will additionally become familiar with the rules of preparing and giving oral presentations, as well as the rules of partaking in and conducting business meetings.

Antidiscrimination workshop (with professional trainers) – this course will broaden our sensitivity in relationships and contact with members of different social groups, cultures and people of different nationalities

Introduction to Macro and Microeconomy – this class is dedicated to market mechanics, changes in supply and demand, game theory and various forms of market organization, the models of global supply and demand, the measurement of national production, economic growth as well as inflation and deficit.

The basics of law – students attending this course will become familiar with the basics of commercial law, including new challenges and selected elements regarding the application of commercial law in the Polish legal system. Particular emphasis is placed on identifying issues in commercial law regarding problems with practices of conducting business transactions in Poland as well as in international relations.

Intercultural negotiations – in this class, students will be reminded of the types and classifications of cultural divisions. The question of the complexity of intercultural differences in business negotiations will also be discussed, including how to think analytically during planning and techniques to properly carry them out.

Computer programming – this course includes the elementary aspects of communication, based on specific examples in communication management (both in public administration and corporations). The class will additionally touch on the application of communication channels, processes and tools, with reference to their planning and implementation and also provide an overview of the key features of electronic communication.

  • companies and international organizations looking for specialists in the area of business English or intercultural communication
  • companies and organizations which hire managers, business consultants and international sales specialists, as well as specialists in international cooperation
  • institutions, organizations and agencies in the European Union
  • cultural institutions, film agencies, galleries, and museums that work closely with international institutions
  • media – editing for magazines, websites, TV, radio – interested in those with business language skills
  • offices for foreign affairs of state administration institutions or local governments which have international connections
  • Ministries (foreign affairs, economic affairs and culture) and government agencies

 

Polish citizens

Foreigners

Full-time studies

Full-time studies

per month

per semester

total amount per one year

1190 zł5950 zł4500 EUR

Applications for all candidates at the TEU are submitted in accordance with one of two sets of admission rules:

  • for Polish citizens (even as dual citizenship),
  • for foreigners, i.e. persons who do not hold Polish citizenship.


Foreign candidates
who apply for graduate studies should submit (by post or in person) to the Marketing and Recruitment Department the following documents:

  • completed and signed application form;
  • ID photo;
  • High School Education Diploma including a marksheet (or another foreign document) that entitles to apply for undergraduate studies in its country of issue, with apostille or legalisation;
  • Bachelor’s Diploma (or Master's Diploma) that entitles to apply for graduate studies in its country of issue, with apostille or legalisation;
  • Transcript of records with apostille or legalization;
  • confirmation of payment the application fee* (200 euro) and the year tuition fee;
  • certified translation of all documents issued in the language other than the Polish or English languages.


Candidates applying to this programme need to be holders of a bachelor's diploma or master's diploma awarded in the English Philology field.

The diploma needs to confirm their eligibility to undertake graduate programmes (MA) of study in Poland. For diplomas issued abroad of Poland, the diploma needs to confirm candidate’s eligibility to undertake studies on equivalent level in its country of issue.

Completed undergraduate/graduate studies
English philologyAnother field of study

The course average grade is not lower than 3.5 or the grade on the diploma is not lower than 3.5.

In case of non-compliance with one of the conditions, a candidate must be interviewed. The aim of the interview is to assess candidate's aptitude for the programme, and their English proficiency.

A candidate may be qualified on the basis of a certificate of English language proficiency:

- CAE minimum grade B,

- CPE minimum grade C,

- IELTS minimum grade 6.5,

- TOEIC minimum grade 880,

- TELC minimum grade C1.

In the case of certificate absence, a candidate must be interviewed. The aim of the interview is to assess candidate's aptitude for the programme, and their English proficiency.

Payment should be made to:

Tischner European University
Jana Pawla II 39a Av.,
31-864 Kraków, Poland
Total amount: 4700 euro (*the application fee is non-refundable)
Name of the bank: ING Bank Slaski SA
IBAN/ Account Number: PL03 1050 1445 1000 0022 9408 2777
SWIFT CODE: INGBPLPW
With a note: APPLICATION AND TUITION FEES

Polish candidates who apply for graduate studies should submit (by post or in person) to the Marketing and Recruitment Department the following documents:

  • completed and signed application form;
  • ID photo;
  • Polish Matura certificate;
  • confirmation of payment the recruitment fee* (85 zł) and application fee (300 zł);
  • Bachelor’s Diploma (or Master's Diploma) with Transcript of records.


Candidates applying to this programme need to be holders of a bachelor's diploma or master's diploma awarded in the English Philology field.

Completed undergraduate/graduate studies
English philologyAnother field of study

The course average grade is not lower than 3.5 or the grade on the diploma is not lower than 3.5.

In case of non-compliance with one of the conditions, a candidate must be interviewed. The aim of the interview is to assess candidate's aptitude for the programme, and their English proficiency.

A candidate may be qualified on the basis of a certificate of English language proficiency:

- CAE minimum grade B,

- CPE minimum grade C,

- IELTS minimum grade 6.5,

- TOEIC minimum grade 880,

- TELC minimum grade C1.

In the case of certificate absence, a candidate must be interviewed. The aim of the interview is to assess candidate's aptitude for the programme, and their English proficiency.

Payment should be made to:

Wyższa Szkoła Europejska im. ks. Józefa Tischnera 
33 1050 1445 1000 0090 8115 9239
Total amount: 385 zł (*the recruitment fee is non-refundable)
Name of the bank: ING Bank Slaski SA

QUESTIONS?

Phone: 12 683 24 63 (74)
email: rekrutacja@wse.krakow.pl

Adress:
Al. Jana Pawła II 39a
31-864 Kraków

AN EXPERT SAYS

In a modern and globalized world, countries and societies are linked by political and economic dependencies. Many institutions, both public and private, function both locally and internationally. Not only does working in such institutions and companies require an excellent command of the English language, the reality of modern business, they also require intercultural competence which allows us to adeptly and respectfully communicate between cultures. Studying “Intercultural communication in business” will provide you the knowledge, abilities and competencies that you need!

dr Rafał Majka
Deputy Dean for English Philology and Business Linguistics

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mgr Tomasz Ulman
mgr Tomasz Ulman
mgr Olga O’Toole
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dr Michał Kisiel
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dr Monika Różalska
dr Monika Różalska
mgr Bożena Bojanowicz
mgr Bożena Bojanowicz
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