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Bartosz Wiśniewski,PhD
Contact:
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e-mail:
b.wisniewski@ateneum.edu.pl

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Erasmus+

The academic year in Poland begins in the first half of October and normally ends at the end of June. It is divided into two semesters, each lasting for 15 weeks.

The winter semester starts in October and lasts till mid February, with Christmas holidays of about ten days. The examination session usually lasts for two or three weeks, beginning in late January.

The summer semester starts in mid February and ends in June, with a one-week break for Easter. Summer holidays last for three months - from the beginning of July to the end of September, but only for those students who passed all exams during the summer examination session (lasting about two-three weeks in June). The ones who did not succeed take the exam(s) in September.

 

Do you want to know more about Poland? Download Handbook

 

The organization of the year 2017/2018: Full-time winter and summer semester >>here<<

ORGANIZATION OF THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2016/2017

FULL-TIME STUDIES

The official inauguration of the academic year 2017/2018

14.10.2017 r. godz. 10.00

WINTER SEMESTER

including:

Courses

02.10.2017-19.01.2018

Days off from courses

01.11.2017; 01.01.2018

Winter holiday

25.12.2017-29.12.2017

Basic examination session

22.01.2018-02.02.2018

Break between semesters

05.02.2018-09.02.2018

Retake examination session

12.02.2018-23.02.2018

SUMMER SEMESTER

including:

Courses

19.02.2018-08.06.2018

Days off from courses

30.04.2018-03.05.2018; 

Spring break

28.03.2018-03.04.2018

Basic examination session

11.06.2018-22.06.2018

Summer break

25.06.2018-30.09.2018

Retake examination session

03.09.2018-14.09.2018

 


 

ORGANIZATION OF THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2015/2016

FULL-TIME STUDIES

The official inauguration of the academic year 22015/2016

10.10.2015, 10:00

WINTER SEMESTER

including:

 

Courses

05.10.2015-29.01.2016

Days off from courses

11.11.2015; 06.01.2016

Winter holiday

21.12.2015-03.01.2016

Basic examination session

01.02.2016-14.02.2016

Break between semesters

15.02.2016-21.02.2016

Retake examination session

22.02.2016-06.03.2016

SUMMER SEMESTER

including:

 

Courses

22.02.2016-10.06.2016

Days off from courses

 02-03.05.2016; 26-27.05.2016

Spring break

23.03.2016-29.04.2016

Basic examination session

05.09.2016-18.09.2016

Summer break

05.09.2016-18.09.2016

Retake examination session

05.09.2016-18.09.2016

 

02.10.2017-19.01.2018
01.11.2017; 01.01.2018
25.12.2017-29.12.2017
22.01.2018-02.02.2018
05.02.2018-09.02.2018
12.02.2018-23.02.2018

All students interested in studying at Ateneum-University in Gdańsk  within the Erasmus+ Programme are asked to:

  1. Fill in the online application form,
  2. Fill in the paper Erasmus+ Application Form,
  3. Confirm the paper Erasmus+ Application Form with the stamp and the signature of your home Erasmus+ Coordinator,
  4. Send by post:

- Erasmus+ Application Form signed by home Erasmus+ Coordinator,

- Learning Agreement (the document may be modified after arrival),

- the Transcripts of Records obtained in previous years of study at home university,

- copy of passport or ID,

- copy of the certificate of completion of secondary school,

- two photographs (35x45 mm).

 

INFORMATION SHEET FOR ERASMUS+ INCOMING STUDENTS YOU CAN FIND <<HERE>>

The deadline to send all necessary documents is the following:

  • First semester and full year students: 31st August,
  • Second semester students: 31 December.

 

Useful information about studying in Poland

 

 

As the University does not own their own dormitories, we facilitate either flat rental in the area close to the institution or can help secure places in different dormitories. In order to get help in finding accommodation in Gdańsk, please tick the appropriate box on the application form.

For the purpose of accommodation you have to be ready to spend at least PLN 600 per month (about 150 Euro) and it will be a core expenditure in your monthly budget. That amount allows you to rent a room in a flat and share it (the flat) with other people.

Usually Erasmus+ students use this website where can be found hostels in Tricity: www.hostelworld.com

Our University is located on 3 Maja 25A which you can see on the map

INSURANCE

The incoming students are asked to arrange medical insurance. In case of any health problems that will be a most important document to have with you. Medical insurance is also required by Polish law and you will have to be able to produce it to the local administration authority when registering your stay. EU students do not need to get any extra insurance (unless required by their home country regulations), but should take with them the documents that confirm their being insured in their home country.

MEDICAL CARE

Students from EU/EEA countries

A student from a member country staying temporarily in the territory of Poland is entitled to free health care on the basis of the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) or in particular cases on the basis of a special certificate. The student is obliged to present one of these documents (it is advisable also to have a copy) together with an identity document directly to the health care provider (this information is valid for public health care institutions). The student can benefit from free health services at health care providers who have concluded a relevant contract with the National Health Fund (NFZ Narodowy Fundusz Zdrowia). Students can also purchase a health insurance policy in their home country.

 

Students from non-EU/EEA countries

Non EU students should purchase health insurance in their home country, before departure. In the case of the ISIC or Euro<26 card, insurance is included in the card and it is not necessary to buy another one unless one wants to increase its scope or value. Erasmus students (having a local student’s card issued by the host university) are usually allowed to consult doctors at academic medical care centres. According to state health regulations foreigners (except EU/EEA citizens, see above) have to pay for a medical consultation. The cost is then reimbursed by the health insurance company. Apart from the academic and public medical care systems there is also a welldeveloped private sector. For more information see:

www.msz.gov.pl (Ministry of Foreign Affairs), and:

www.nfz.gov.pl (National Health Fund)

VISAS AND RESIDENCE PERMIT – wiza i pozwolenie pobytu

All foreign citizens – including undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral students – who intend to reside in Poland for a period longer than six months, are obliged to apply for a Temporary Residence Permit for a specified period of time.

That document will be issued by Pomerenian Voivodeship Office:

Department for Citizenship and Foreigners’ Affairs

ul. Okopowa 21/27, Gdansk

Phone: +48 58 307 76 95

Instruction:

Students from EU/EEA countries - temporary residence permit If you are an EU citizen you can enter Poland with your ID document (a valid travel document e.g. passport, or another document certifying your identity and citizenship). For a stay up to 3 months no legalization of stay will be necessary. For stays exceeding 3 months, you will have to obtain a temporary residence permit (Karta pobytu obywatela UE). In case of students, the residence permit is issued for one year. The residence permit - once issued - will also entitle its bearer to take up work. This document will be issued by the Department of Citizens Affairs of the Voivodeship Office (province administration, in Polish Urzad Wojewodzki). Charge for issuing the residence permit is 30 Polish zloty (ca 7 Euro).

Documents that you will have to submit to the Voivodeship Office in order to obtain the residence permit:

  • 4 copies of the travel document (passport or other ID document),
  • health insurance document,
  • official statement from Polish university accepting you as an Erasmus student (with information about the planned period of study),
  • declaration about sufficient resources to cover the subsistence costs in Poland,
  • 2 photographs,
  • 4 copies of Application form (Wniosek o zezwolenie na pobyt, in Polish).

More information you can find on the web site: http://www.gdansk.uw.gov.pl/en/

 

If you are an EEA-country citizen, you are subject to the same conditions as the EU citizens. If you are a citizen of Switzerland you can enter Poland only on the basis of a valid passport.

See also the web site of the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, international version, “ADVISORY FOR CITIZENS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION TRAVELLING TO POLAND AFTER MAY 1 2004” or the web site of the embassy/consulate of Poland in your country.

 

VISA - Students from non-EU/EEA countries

If you come from a non- EU/EEA country, you can enter the territory of Poland on the basis of a valid passport and a visa (if required). You have to obtain the visa from the consulate of Poland in your country of residence. The short-term visa entitles you to stay in Poland up to 3 months, the long-term visa – to stay up to 1 year. In case of a study period longer than 3 months, you should apply for a long-term visa. The prolongation of visa in Poland is only possible in case of a force majeure or situation impossible to foresee in the time of applying for the visa in the consulate. The visa can be prolonged only once.

It is therefore necessary to apply for a visa in a consulate for the whole planned period of stay in Poland.

You need the following documents to apply for Polish visa:

  • Passport,
  • visa application form,
  • current passport photographs,
  • official statement from Polish university accepting you as an Erasmus student,
  • official statement from your home university declaring the grant, received.

 

For details please contact the Polish Consulate in your country. Persons who have received a visa for the whole period of stay in Poland are not obliged to apply for a residence permit for their stay in Poland.

All Turkish students are asked to look for all information about visas on the website of Consulate General of the Republic of Polish in Istanbul which is available in:

The best way to check the schedule is to use the Ateneum website in Polish version.

Currently on our website are published plans for the wintersemester 2016/2017. A week before the beginning of courses on the website should appear timetables for the summer semester 2016/2017.

What you have to do to look at schedules:

1. log in to the website (on Polish version of the webside click “logowanie”)

- e-mail: ateneum

- hasło: gdansk

2. Click: “Student” then “Plany i rozkłady zajęć”

3. in a designated area (On the left: “Skrót twojej grupy”) you have to enter the abbreviation of your group:

DAILY STUDIES

- I semester of English Philology:313000

- III semester of English Philology: 113200

- V semester of English Philology: 813200

4. Click “Szukaj”

You will see the timetable for chosen group – the date, time and room number:

“A” means that the courses are conducted in red building – ul. 3 Maja 25A

“Z” means that the courses are conducted in green building – ul. Wały Piastowskie 1 (across the street).

THE TIMETABLE WILL BE AVAILABLE SOON AS POSSIBLE THAT IS ONE WEEK BEFORE THE DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF COURSES.

Translations of courses (from English to Polish)

 

Courses that will be taught in the summer semester of the academic year 2017/2018

NEOPHILOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

ENGLISH PHILOLOGY

BACHELOR DAILY STUDIES (courses may change)

II SEMETER

 

The group abbreviation

 

Component code

 

Component title

Lecture - L

Tutorial - T

 

Number of ECTS credits

 

Language

313000 ST I/2 FA:1 Practical English: Vocabulary T 4 EN
ST I/2 FA: 2 Practical English: Conversation T 4 EN
ST I/2 FA: 3 Practical English: Phonetics T 3 EN
ST I/2 FA: 4 Practical English: Grammar T 3 EN
ST I/2 FA: 5 Social Psychology T 2 PL
ST I/2 FA: 6 History of Great Britain L 2 EN
ST I/2 FA: 7 Culture an Civilization of Great Britan L 2 EN
ST I/2 FA: 8 Introduction to Literature L 2 EN
ST I/2 FA: 9 History of British Literature L 1 EN
ST I/2 FA: 10 History of British Literature T 1 EN
ST I/2 FA: 11 Semantics and Pragmatics L 1 EN
ST I/2 FA: 12 Semantics and Pragmatics T 1 EN
ST I/2 FA: 13 Developmental Psychology L 4 PL

 

BACHELOR DAILY STUDIES

IV SEMETER

 

The group abbreviation

 

Component code

 

Component title

Lecture – L

Tutorial - T

 

Number of ECTS credits

 

Language

813200 ST I/4 FA:T: 1 Practical English: Vocabulary T 3 EN
ST I/4 FA:T: 2 Practical English: Conversation T 2 EN
ST I/4 FA:T: 3 Practical English: Phonetics T 1 EN
ST I/4 FA:T: 4 Practical English:Written English T 2 EN
ST I/4 FA:T: 5 Practical English: Grammar T 3 EN
ST I/4 FA:T: 6 Foreign Language T 2 PL + chosen foreign language
ST I/4 FA:T: 7 Latin T 2 Polish + Latin 
ST I/4 FA:T: 8 Information technology L 2 PL
ST I/4 FA:T: 9 Information technology T 2 PL
ST I/4 FA:T: 10 Methodology of Research L 1 PL
ST I/4 FA:T: 11 Oral Translation T 2 From PL to EN and from EN to PL
ST I/4 FA:T: 12 Written General Translation T 2 From PL to EN and from EN to PL
ST I/4 FA:T: 13 Text Editing L 2 PL
ST I/4 FA:T: Legal and economic vocabulary T 4 From PL to EN and from EN to PL

 

BACHELOR DAILY STUDIES

VI SEMETER

 

The group abbreviation

 

Component code

 

Component title

Lecture – L

Tutorial - T

 

Number of ECTS credits

 

Language

813200 ST I/6 FA:T: 1 Practical English: Vocabulary T 3 EN
ST I/6 FA:T: 2 Practical English: Conversation T 1 EN
ST I/6 FA:T: 3 Practical English: Grammar T 3 EN
ST I/6 FA:T: 4 Foreign Language T 2 PL + chosen foreign language
ST I/6 FA:T: 5 History of American Literature L 2 EN
ST I/6 FA:T: 6 History of American Literature T 2 EN
ST I/6 FA:T: 7 Historical Grammar L 3 EN
ST I/6 FA:T: 8 Graduation Seminar T 5 PL
ST I/6 FA:T: 9 Medical Translation T 2 From PL to EN and from EN to PL
ST I/6 FA:T: 10 Optional class: L 2 EN
ST I/6 FA:T: 11 Professional Training 150h T 5 PL

 

Courses that will be taught in the winter semester of the academic year 2017/2018

NEOPHILOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

ENGLISH PHILOLOGY

 

 

BACHELOR DAILY STUDIES

I SEMETER

 The group abbreviation

Component code

Component title

 

Lecture – L

Tutorial – T

Number of ECTS credits

Language

 313000

ST I/1 FA: 1

 Practical English: Vocabulary

 T

 4

 EN

ST I/1 FA: 2

 Practical English: Conversation

 T

 2

 EN

ST I/1 FA: 3

 Practical English: Phonetics

 T

 3

 EN

ST I/1 FA: 4

 Practical English: Grammar

 T

 3

 EN

ST I/1 FA: 5

 General Psychology

 L

 4

 PL

ST I/1 FA: 6

 Sociology

 L

 4

 PL

ST I/1 FA: 7

 Physical Education

 T

 0

 PL

ST I/1 FA: 8

 History of British Literature

 T

 2

 EN

ST I/1 FA: 9

 History of British Literature

 L

 2

 EN

ST I/1 FA: 10

 Introduction to Linguistics

 L

 3

 EN

 ST I/1 FA: 11

 Phonology

 L

 3

 EN

III SEMESTER 

 The group abbreviation

 Component code

Component title

Lecture – L

Tutorial – T

Number of ECTS credits

Language

          313000

ST I/3 FA: 1

 Practical English: Vocabulary

T

3

EN

ST I/3 FA: 2

 Practical English: Conversation

T

2

EN

ST I/3 FA: 3

 Practical English: Phonetics

 T

1

 EN

ST I/3 FA: 4

Practical English:Written English

T

2

EN

 ST I/3 FA: 5

 Practical English: Grammar

 T

3

 EN

ST I/3 FA: 6

 Foreign Language

 T

4

 PL + a chosen foreign language

ST I/3 FA: 7

 Latin

 T

2

 Polish + a Latin

ST I/3 FA: 8

 Semantics and Pragmatics

 L

2

 EN

ST I/3 FA: 9

 Semantics and Pragmatics

 T

2

 EN

ST I/3 FA: 10

Oral Translation

T

2

From PL to EN and from EN to PL

ST I/3 FA: 11

General Written Translation

T

2

From PL to EN and from EN to PL

ST I/3 FA: 12

Introduction to Translation Strategies

L

3

EN

ST I/3 FA: 13

Physical Education

T

2

PL

 Foreign languages: Italian, German, Spanish, English (for all philologies)

V SEMESTER

 The group abbreviation

 Component code

Component title

Lecture – L

Tutorial – T

Number of ECTS credits

Language

         813200

ST I/5 FA: 1

Practical English: Vocabulary

T

3

EN

ST I/5 FA: 2

Practical English: Conversation

T

1

EN

ST I/5 FA: 3

Practical English:Written English

T

3

EN

ST I/5 FA: 4

Practical English: Grammar

T

3

EN

ST I/5 FA: 5

Foreign Language

T

2

Polish + a chosen foreign language

ST I/5 FA: 6

Culture an Civilization of USA

L

1

EN

ST I/5 FA: 7

Graduation Seminar

T

5

PL

ST I/5 FA: 8

Audiovisual Translation

T

2

From PL to EN and from EN to PL

ST I/5 FA: 9

Legal Translation

T

2

From PL to EN and from EN to PL

ST I/5 FA: 10

Business Basics  L 2  PL

ST I/5 FA: 11

Legal and economic vocabulary

T

4

From PL to EN and from EN to

ST I/5 FA: 12

Optional Class

L

2

PL

Foreign languages: Italian, German, Spanish, English (for all philologies)

 

Courses that will be taught in the summer semester of the academic year 2016/2017

NEOPHILOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

ENGLISH PHILOLOGY

BACHELOR DAILY STUDIES

II SEMETER

 

The group abbreviation

 

Component code

 

Component title

Lecture - L

Tutorial - T

 

Number of ECTS credits

 

Language

313000 ST I/2 FA:1 Practical English: Vocabulary T 4 EN
ST I/2 FA: 2 Practical English: Conversation T 4 EN
ST I/2 FA: 3 Practical English: Phonetics T 3 EN
ST I/2 FA: 4 Practical English: Grammar T 3 EN
ST I/2 FA: 5 Social Psychology T 2 PL
ST I/2 FA: 6 History of Great Britain L 2 EN
ST I/2 FA: 7 Culture an Civilization of Great Britan L 2 EN
ST I/2 FA: 8 Introduction to Literature L 2 EN
ST I/2 FA: 9 History of British Literature L 1 EN
ST I/2 FA: 10 History of British Literature T 1 EN
ST I/2 FA: 11 Semantics and Pragmatics L 1 EN
ST I/2 FA: 12 Semantics and Pragmatics T 1 EN
ST I/2 FA: 13 Developmental Psychology L 4 PL

 

BACHELOR DAILY STUDIES

IV SEMETER

 

The group abbreviation

 

Component code

 

Component title

Lecture – L

Tutorial - T

 

Number of ECTS credits

 

Language

813200 ST I/4 FA:T: 1 Practical English: Vocabulary T 3 EN
ST I/4 FA:T: 2 Practical English: Conversation T 2 EN
ST I/4 FA:T: 3 Practical English: Phonetics T 1 EN
ST I/4 FA:T: 4 Practical English:Written English T 2 EN
ST I/4 FA:T: 5 Practical English: Grammar T 3 EN
ST I/4 FA:T: 6 Foreign Language T 2 PL + chosen foreign language
ST I/4 FA:T: 7 Latin T 2 Polish + Latin 
ST I/4 FA:T: 8 Information technology L 2 PL
ST I/4 FA:T: 9 Information technology T 2 PL
ST I/4 FA:T: 10 Methodology of Research L 1 PL
ST I/4 FA:T: 11 Oral Translation T 2 From PL to EN and from EN to PL
ST I/4 FA:T: 12 Written General Translation T 2 From PL to EN and from EN to PL
ST I/4 FA:T: 13 Text Editing L 2 PL
ST I/4 FA:T: Legal and economic vocabulary T 4 From PL to EN and from EN to PL

 

BACHELOR DAILY STUDIES

VI SEMETER

 

The group abbreviation

 

Component code

 

Component title

Lecture – L

Tutorial - T

 

Number of ECTS credits

 

Language

813200 ST I/6 FA:T: 1 Practical English: Vocabulary T 3 EN
ST I/6 FA:T: 2 Practical English: Conversation T 1 EN
ST I/6 FA:T: 3 Practical English: Grammar T 3 EN
ST I/6 FA:T: 4 Foreign Language T 2 PL + chosen foreign language
ST I/6 FA:T: 5 History of American Literature L 2 EN
ST I/6 FA:T: 6 History of American Literature T 2 EN
ST I/6 FA:T: 7 Historical Grammar L 3 EN
ST I/6 FA:T: 8 Graduation Seminar T 5 PL
ST I/6 FA:T: 9 Medical Translation T 2 From PL to EN and from EN to PL
ST I/6 FA:T: 10 Optional class: L 2 EN
ST I/6 FA:T: 11 Professional Training 150h T 5 PL

 


 

Courses that will be taught in the winter semester of the academic year 2016/2017

NEOPHILOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

ENGLISH PHILOLOGY

 

BACHELOR DAILY STUDIES

I SEMETER

 The group abbreviation

Component code

Component title

Lecture – L

Tutorial – T

Number of ECTS credits

Language

 313000

ST I/1 FA: 1

 Practical English: Vocabulary

 T

 4

 EN

ST I/1 FA: 2

 Practical English: Conversation

 T

 2

 EN

ST I/1 FA: 3

 Practical English: Phonetics

 T

 3

 EN

ST I/1 FA: 4

 Practical English: Grammar

 T

 3

 EN

ST I/1 FA: 5

 General Psychology

 L

 4

 PL

ST I/1 FA: 6

 Sociology

 L

 4

 PL

ST I/1 FA: 7

 Physical Education

 T

 0

 PL

ST I/1 FA: 8

 History of British Literature

 T

 2

 EN

ST I/1 FA: 9

 History of British Literature

 L

 2

 EN

ST I/1 FA: 10

 Introduction to Linguistics

 L

 3

 EN

 ST I/1 FA: 11

 Phonology

 L

 3

 EN

III SEMESTER

 The group abbreviation

 Component code

Component title

Lecture – L

Tutorial – T

Number of ECTS credits

Language

          113000

ST I/3 FA: 1

 Practical English: Vocabulary

T

3

EN

ST I/3 FA: 2

 Practical English: Conversation

T

2

EN

ST I/3 FA: 3

 Practical English: Phonetics

 T

1

 EN

ST I/3 FA: 4

Practical English:Written English

T

2

EN

 ST I/3 FA: 5

 Practical English: Grammar

 T

3

 EN

ST I/3 FA: 6

 Foreign Language

 T

4

 PL + a chosen foreign language

ST I/3 FA: 7

 Latin

 T

2

 Polish + a Latin

ST I/3 FA: 8

 Semantics and Pragmatics

 L

2

 EN

ST I/3 FA: 9

 Semantics and Pragmatics

 T

2

 EN

ST I/3 FA: 10

Oral Translation

T

2

From PL to EN and from EN to PL

ST I/3 FA: 11

General Written Translation

T

2

From PL to EN and from EN to PL

ST I/3 FA: 12

Introduction to Translation Strategies

L

3

EN

ST I/3 FA: 13

Physical Education

T

2

PL

 Foreign languages: Italian, German, Spanish, English (for all philologies)

V SEMESTER

 The group abbreviation

 Component code

Component title

Lecture – L

Tutorial – T

Number of ECTS credits

Language

         813200

ST I/5 FA: 1

Practical English: Vocabulary

T

3

EN

ST I/5 FA: 2

Practical English: Conversation

T

1

EN

ST I/5 FA: 3

Practical English:Written English

T

3

EN

ST I/5 FA: 4

Practical English: Grammar

T

3

EN

ST I/5 FA: 5

Foreign Language

T

2

Polish + a chosen foreign language

ST I/5 FA: 6

Culture an Civilization of USA

L

1

EN

ST I/5 FA: 7

Graduation Seminar

T

5

PL

ST I/5 FA: 8

Audiovisual Translation

T

2

From PL to EN and from EN to PL

ST I/5 FA: 9

Legal Translation

T

2

From PL to EN and from EN to PL

ST I/5 FA: 10

Business Basics  L 2  PL

ST I/5 FA: 11

Legal and economic vocabulary

T

4

From PL to EN and from EN to

ST I/5 FA: 12

Optional Class

L

2

PL

Foreign languages: Italian, German, Spanish, English (for all philologies)


The modified list of courses that are taugth in the summer semester of the academic year 2015/2016

Courses that were conducted in the winter semester of the academic year 2015/2016

 

Courses which were conducted in the summer semester of the academic year 2014/2015

NEOPHILOLOGICAL DEPARTAMENT

FACULTY: ENGLISH PHILOLOGY

ENGLISH PHILOLOGY
II SEMESTER
Code Course ECST Language in which the classes are conducted
ST I/2 FA: 1 Practical English: Vocabulary 3 EN
ST I/2 FA: 2 Practical English: Conversation 2 EN
ST I/2 FA: 3 Practical English: Phonetics 2 EN
ST I/2 FA: 4 Practical English: Grammar 3 EN
ST I/2 FA: 5 History of Great Britan 3 PL
ST I/2 FA: 6 British culture and civilisation 3 PL
ST I/2 FA: 7 History of British Literature - lecture 2 EN
ST I/2 FA: 8 History of British Literature - tutorial 1 EN
ST I/2 FA: 9 Metodolody and syntactics - lecture 2 EN
ST I/2 FA: 10 Metodolody and syntactics - tutorial 1 EN
IV SEMESTER
ST I/4 FA:T: 1
Practical English: Vocabulary 4 EN
ST I/4 FA:T: 2
Practical English: Conversation 5 EN
ST I/4 FA:T: 3
Practical English: Phonetics 3 EN
ST I/4 FA:T: 4
Practical English: Written English 3 EN
ST I/4 FA:T: 5
Practical English: Grammar 3 EN
ST I/4 FA:T: 6
Oral Translation 1 from PL to EN and form EN to PL
ST I/4 FA:T: 7
Written General Translation 2 from PL to EN and form EN to PL
ST I/4 FA:T: 8
Economical Translation 1 from PL to EN and form EN to PL
VI SEMESTER
ST I/6 FA:T: 1
Practical English: Integrated Skills 3 EN
ST I/6 FA:T: 2
Practical English: Practical Grammar 3 EN
ST I/6 FA:T: 3 Practical English: Conversation 3 EN
ST I/6 FA:T: 4 Practical English: Written English 3 EN
ST I/6 FA:T: 5 Oral Translation 1 from PL to EN and form EN to PL
ST I/6 FA:T: 6 Specialized Written Translation 3 from PL to EN and form EN to PL
ST I/6 FA:T: 7 Practical English: Specialist Vocabulary 2 EN

 

FACULTY: SPANISH PHILOLOGY

SPANISH PHILOLOGY

IV SEMESTER
Code Course ECTS Language in which the classes are conducted
ST I/4 FH:N1: 1 Practical Spanish: Vocabulary 2 ES
ST I/4 FH:N1: 2 Practical Spanish: Conversation 3 ES
ST I/4 FH:N1: 3 Practical Spanish: Grammar 5 ES
ST I/4 FH:N1: 4 Culture an Civilization of Spain 4 ES
ST I/4 FH:N1: 5 Descriptive Grammar 2 4 ES
VI SEMESTER
ST I/6 FH:JANGiT1: 1 Practical Spanish: Vocabulary 3 ES
ST I/6 FH:JANGiT1: 2 Practical Spanish: Practical Grammar 3 ES
ST I/6 FH:JANGiT1: 3 Practical Spanish: Written English 2 ES
ST I/6 FH:JANGiT1: 4 Practical Spanish: Conversation 2 ES
ST I/6 FH:JANGiT1: 5 Descriptive Grammar 2 ES
ST I/6 FH:JANGiT1: 6 Practical Spanish: Specialist Vocabulary 2 ES
ST I/6 FH:JANGiT1: 7 General Translation 2 from PL to ES and form ES to PL
ST I/6 FH:JANGiT1: 8 Specialized Written Translation 2 from PL to ES and form ES to PL
ST I/6 FH:JANGiT1: 9 Practical English: Integrated Skills 2 EN

 

FACULTY:  ITALIAN PHILOLOGY

ITALIAN PHILOLOGY
IV SEMESTER
Code Course ECTS Language in which the classes are conducted
ST I/4 FW:JANG1: 1 Practical Italian: Vocabulary 2 IT/PL
ST I/4 FW:JANG1: 2 Practical Italian: Conversation 4 IT
ST I/4 FW:JANG1: 3 Practical Italian: Grammar 5 IT/PL
ST I/4 FW:JANG1: 4 Descriptive Grammar - lecture 1 IT
ST I/4 FW:JANG1: 5 Descriptive Grammar - tutorial 1 IT
ST I/4 FW:JANG1: 6 History of ilatian literature -lecture 1 IT/PL
ST I/4 FW:JANG1: 7 History of ilatian literature - tutorial 1 IT/PL

 

DEPARTAMENT: EDUCATIONAL STUDIES

FACULTY: PEDAGOGY

    PEDAGOGY
    II SEMESTER
Code Course ECTS Language in which the classes are conducted
ST I/2 PED: 1 General and Professional Ethics  2  PL
ST I/2 PED: 2 Social Psychology  5  PL
ST I/2 PED: 3 Personality Development Psychology - lecture  3  PL
ST I/2 PED: 4 Personality Development Psychology - tutorial  3  PL
ST I/2 PED: 5 Sociology of Education - lecture  3  PL
ST I/2 PED: 6 Sociology of Education - tutorial  2  PL
ST I/2 PED: 7 Biomedical Foundations of Develpoment and Education - lecture  3  PL
ST I/2 PED: 8 Biomedical Foundations of Develpoment and Education - tutorial  3  PL
ST I/2 PED: 9 Health Education  2  PL
ST I/2 PED: 10 Intellectual Property Protection with Basics of Scientific Information  1  PL
IV SEMESTER
SPECIALTY: EARLY EDUCATION AND SPEECH THERAPY
ST I/4 PED:WEzL: 1 Theory of Education - lecture 2 PL
ST I/4 PED:WEzL: 2 Theory of Education - tutorial 2 PL
ST I/4 PED:WEzL: 3 Polish Language and Culture Ecucation with Methodology - lecture 3 PL
ST I/4 PED:WEzL: 4 Polish Language and Culture Ecucation with Methodology - tutorial 2 PL
ST I/4 PED:WEzL: 5 Kindergarten education with methodology - lecture 3 PL
ST I/4 PED:WEzL: 6 Kindergarten education with methodology - tutorial 2 PL
ST I/4 PED:WEzL: 7 Education for safety 1 PL
ST I/4 PED:WEzL: 8 Singing and Playing the Instrument - lecture 2 PL
ST I/4 PED:WEzL: 9 Singing and Playing the Instrument - tutorial 1 PL
ST I/4 PED:WEzL:10 Speech Formation and Development in Children 4 PL
ST I/4 PED:WEzL: 11 Orthoepy 4 PL
ST I/4 PED:WEzL: 12 Information Technology - lecture 1 PL
ST I/4 PED:WEzL: 13 Information Technology - tutorial 1 PL
VI SEMESTER
SPECIALTY: EARLY EDUCATION AND SPEECH THERAPY
ST I/6 PED:WEzL: 1 Special Pedagogy 3 PL
ST I/6 PED:WEzL: 2 Environmental Education with Methodology 2 PL
ST I/6 PED:WEzL: 3 Technological Education with Methodology - lecture 2 PL
ST I/6 PED:WEzL: 4 Technological Education with Methodology - tutorial 1 PL
ST I/6 PED:WEzL: 5 Education for safety 1 PL
ST I/6 PED:WEzL: 6 Voice Emission and Hygiene 2 PL
ST I/6 PED:WEzL: 7 Integration in Teaching 2 PL
ST I/6 PED:WEzL: 8 Drama 2 PL
ST I/6 PED:WEzL: 9 Neurologopedics 2 PL
ST I/6 PED:WEzL: 10 Oligophrenological speech therapy 2 PL
ST I/6 PED:WEzL: 11 Stammering 2 PL

 

Courses which were conducted in the winter semester of the academic year 2014/2015

NEOPHILOLOGICAL DEPARTAMENT

FACULTY: ENGLISH PHILOLOGY

ENGLISH PHILOLOGY

I SEMESTER

Lp

Course

ECTS

Language in which the classes are conducted

1

Practical English: Vocabulary I

4

EN

2

Conversation I

4

EN

3

Phonetics I

3

EN

4

Grammar I

3

EN

5

General Psychology

5

PL

6

Sociology

2

PL

7

Physical Education

1

PL

8

History of British Literature

2

EN

9

Introduction to Linguistics

4

PL

10

Phonology

2

EN

III SEMESTER

Lp

Course

ECTS

Language in which the classes are conducted

1

Practical English: Vocabulary III

4

EN

2

Conversation III

3

EN

3

Phonetics III

2

EN

4

Grammar III

3

EN

5

Foreign Language (Italian, Spanish, German, Swedish

4

it depends on the selected language

6

Latin

2

PL/LAT

7

History of the USA

3

EN

8

Semantics and Pragmatics

3

EN

9

Oral Translation

2

PL/EN

10

Written General Translation

2

PL/EN

11

Introduction to Translation Strategies

2

EN

V SEMESTER

Lp

Course

ECTS

Language in which the classes are conducted

1

Practical English: Integrated Skills

4

EN

2

Practical English:Practical Grammar

3

EN

3

Practical English: Conversation

3

EN

4

Practical English: Written English

3

EN

5

Foreign Language (Italian, Spanish, German, Swedish

2

 it depends on the selected language 

6

American Literature

3

EN

7

Graduation Seminar

5

PL

8

Specialized Written Translation

3

PL

9

Practical English: Specialist Vocabulary

4

EN

FACULTY: ITALIAN PHILOLOGY

ITALIAN PHILOLOGY

I SEMESTER

Lp

Course

ECTS

Language in which the classes are conducted

1

Practical Italian:  Refresher course

5

I + PL

2

Practical Italian: Vocabulary I

5

I + PL

3

Conversation I

3

I + PL

4

Grammar I

5

I + PL

5

General Psychology

5

PL

6

Sociology

2

PL

7

Physical Education

1

PL

8

Introduction to Linguistics

4

PL

III SEMESTER

Lp

Course

ECTS

Language in which the classes are conducted

1

Practical Italian: Vocabulary III

4

I + PL

2

Conversation III

2

I + PL

3

Grammar III

5

I + PL

4

Latin

2

PL

5

Descriptive Grammar 1

7

I + PL

6

English

4

EN + PL

7

Optional class

6

I + PL

FACULTY: SPANISH PHILOLOGY

SPANISH PHILOLOGY

I SEMESTER

Lp

Course

ECTS

Language in which the classes are conducted

1

Practical Spanish: refresher course

5

PL + ES

2

Practical Spanish: Vocabulary I

5

PL + ES

3

Conversation I

3

PL + ES

4

Grammar I

5

PL + ES

5

Physical Education

1

PL

6

General Psychology

5

PL

7

Sociology

2

PL

8

Introduction to Linguistics

4

PL

III SEMESTER

Lp

Course

ECTS

Language in which the classes are conducted

1

Practical Spanish: Vocabulary III

4

ES

2

Conversation III

3

ES

3

Grammar III

5

ES

4

Latin

2

PL/LAT

5

Descriptive Grammar 1

2

PL/ES

6

History of Spanish Literature

4

ES

7

Foreign Language (Italian, Spanish, German, Swedish

4

it depends on the selected language

8

General Pedagogy

3

PL

9

General Psychology

3

PL

V SEMESTER

Lp

Course

ECTS

Language in which the classes are conducted

1

Practical Spanish: Vocabulary V

3

ES

2

Practical Spanish: Practical Grammar

3

ES

3

Practical Spanish: Written Spanish

2

ES

4

Practical Spanish:Conversation

2

ES

5

Descriptive Grammar

3

ES

6

Culture an Civilization of Latin America

1

ES

7

History of Spanish-American Literature

2

ES

8

Graduation Seminar

5

PL

9

Practical Spanish: Language of Specialization

3

ES

10

General Translation

2

ES

11

Specialized Translation

2

ES

12

Practical English: Integrated Skills

2

EN or I

 

 

Health Educatio

 

ENGLISH PHILOLOGY

 

SUMMER SEMESTER 2016/2017

 

BACHELOR DAILY STUDIES

 

Component code

Component title

Lecture – L

Tutorial – T

Number of ECTS credits

Language

I SEMESTER

 

ST I/1 FA: 1

 

 

 

 

ST I/1 FA: 2

 

 

 

 

ST I/1 FA: 3

 

 

 

 

ST I/1 FA: 4

 

 

 

 

ST I/1 FA: 5

 

 

 

 

ST I/1 FA: 6

 

 

 

 

ST I/1 FA: 7

 

 

 

 

ST I/1 FA: 8

 

 

 

 

ST I/1 FA: 9

 

 

 

 

ST I/1 FA: 10

 

 

 

 

III SEMESTER

 

ST I/3 FA: 1

 

 

 

 

ST I/3 FA: 2

 

 

 

 

ST I/3 FA: 3

 

 

 

 

ST I/3 FA: 4

 

 

 

 

ST I/3 FA: 5

 

 

 

 

ST I/3 FA: 6

 

 

 

 

ST I/3 FA: 7

 

 

 

 

ST I/3 FA: 8

 

 

 

 

ST I/3 FA: 9

 

 

 

 

ST I/3 FA: 10

 

 

 

 

V SEMESTER

 

ST I/5 FA: 1

Practical English: Vocabulary

T

3

EN

ST I/5 FA: 2

Practical English: Conversation

T

1

EN

ST I/5 FA: 3

Practical English:Written English

T

3

EN

ST I/5 FA: 4

Practical English: Grammar

T

3

EN

ST I/5 FA: 5

Foreign Language (Italian/ Spanish / German/ Swedish)

T

2

Polish + a chosen foreign language

ST I/5 FA: 6

Culture an Civilization of USA

L

1

EN

ST I/5 FA: 7

History of American Literature

L

1

EN

ST I/5 FA: 8

History of American Literature

T

1

EN

ST I/5 FA: 9

Graduation Seminar: jezykoznawcze, literackie, metodyczne, translatoryczne

T

5

PL

ST I/5 FA: 10

Audiovisual Translation

T

2

From PL to EN and from EN to PL

ST I/5 FA: 11

Medical Translation

T

2

From PL to EN and from EN to PL

ST I/5 FA: 12

Business Basics

L

2

PL

ST I/5 FA: 13

Legal and economic vocabulary

T

4

EN

ST I/5 FA: 1

Practical English: Vocabulary

T

3

EN

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