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English Language and Literature in a Didactic Perspective

Charles University
4 years
Full time/part time
Doctorate / PhD
On campus
Virtual open day

Program description

English Language and Literature in a Didactic Perspective

This study programme submitted for review aims to train professionals who can creatively apply their theoretical expertise in English studies within a broadly conceived context of education which spans all educational stages. The programme also fosters ingenuity and flexibility, thus producing erudite experts who can reassess the ever-changing needs of foreign language teaching and incorporate these into their methodology. Perhaps most importantly, the study programme submitted for review is a symbiosis between the major field of study (i.e. English philology, spanning linguistic and literary-cultural aspects) on the one hand, and didactics of English and applied didactics on the other.

Admission requirements

Conducted in English language.

  • Oral interview concerning the dissertation proposal. Subject material will be the dissertation proposal. The formal structure of the dissertation project proposal is detailed in the general terms of the doctoral study (Other Information - Application Forms). The content-related and formal aspects of the proposal will be assessed, as well as the candidate’s ability to present and defend his/her intended research in a critical discussion. The maximum possible score is 60 points.
  • Oral interview concerning the candidate’s specialisation. The scope and profile of the candidate’s specialised interest, the level of knowledge of the subject of Hussite theology in the scope of a final university examination. The maximum possible score for this part of the entrance examination is 40 points

According to the maximum number of accepted applicants, the dean will decide on the admission of the candidate/candidates who has/have fulfilled the conditions of the admission procedure and has/have received the highest number of points in the admission exam.

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Tuition fees

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Career opportunities

The graduate is an expert - Englishman with deep and complex professional knowledge, who is familiar with the entire field of English language and linguistics, English-language literature and English language didactics. He is also versatile scientifically and methodologically equipped, he is familiar with methods and approaches traditional and modern or interdisciplinary, as well as with various electronic resources and computer tools. He has an insight into the issue of learning a foreign language and understands it in many relevant contexts. He has excellent practical knowledge of English language, literature and didactics. He is also familiar with the issues of education, teaching theory and the school system, at all its levels, and understands the needs and specifics of different groups of students.

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Charles University

Charles University was founded in 1348, making it one of the oldest universities in the world. Yet it is also renowned as a modern, dynamic, cosmopolitan and prestigious institution of higher education. Charles University is ranked amongst the top 2...

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Charles University

Ovocný trh 5
116 36 Prague
Czech Republic

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