Kujawy and Pomorze University in Bydgoszcz

List of courses

Faculty: English Philology

Programme: ERASMUS+

Period: Winter Semester 2020-2021

Practical English Courses – Level One

27 ECTS

ECTS

Integrated English language skills in social and professional situations – foundation course

9

Practical grammar 1

8

Phonetics 1

4

Conversations 1

6

Practical English Courses – Level Two

10 ECTS

ECTS

Practical grammar 3

4

Conversations 3

2

Reading comprehension 2

2

Writing 1

2

Practical English Courses – Level Three

9 ECTS

ECTS

Practical grammar 5

3

Conversations 5

1

Reading comprehension 4

2

Writing 3

3

Module Subjects

18/17ECTS

ECTS

History of literature of English language countries / Interpretation of literature of English language countries in social context*

4

Interpretation of cultural texts / Introduction to translation theory and practice*

3/2

Cultural semiotics / New media semiotics*

3

Interdisciplinary digital humanities / Methodologies of digital humanities*

2

Language and interpretation: analysis of literary texts / Language and interpretation: analysis of cultural texts*

2

Writing for new media

3

Critical thinking

1

 * one of the two courses will be opened, depending on the decision of the majority of students

 

Intercultural workshop

The course provides the students with theoretical perspectives on intercultural encounters, as well as prepares them for such experiences on a practical level. Students study the concepts of culture, multiplicity, multi-nationality, ethnicity and cross-cultural understanding, being exposed to a variety of perspectives and voices present in the modern global society. The workshop is conducted over the backdrop of the specificity of Polish culture, and as such, is also intended to help the students find themselves in the reality of their host country for the duration of their stay.

2 ECTS

Polish language and culture

The aim of the course is to provide the students with the basic grasp of the structures and vocabulary of the Polish language, thus enabling them to successfully communicate on a range of fundamental topics in everyday life. The course is also intended to place the language skills against the background of Polish culture, thus allowing the students to explore Polish cultural context and customs.

2 ECTS

 

 

 

 

Faculty: English Philology

Programme: ERASMUS+

Period: Summer Semester 2020-2021

Practical English Courses – Level One

18 ECTS

ECTS

Practical grammar 2

4

Phonetics 2

4

Conversations 2

4

Reading comprehension 1

3

Listening comprehension 1

3

Practical English Courses – Level Two

17 ECTS

ECTS

Practical grammar 4

5

Conversations 4

4

Reading comprehension 3

3

Listening comprehension 2

2

Writing 2

3

Practical English Courses – Level Three

10 ECTS

ECTS

Practical grammar 6

4

Conversations 6

2

Reading comprehension 5

1

Writing 4

3

Module Subjects

15 ECTS

ECTS

Elements of linguistic knowledge / Selected problems of applied linguistics *

2

Theory and interpretation of literature/Interpretation of contemporary literature *

2

History and culture of English language countries

2

Business vocabulary and correspondence

4

Modular project

3

Writing for new media

2

 * one of the two courses will be opened, depending on the decision of the majority of students

 

Intercultural workshop

The course provides the students with theoretical perspectives on intercultural encounters, as well as prepares them for such experiences on a practical level. Students study the concepts of culture, multiplicity, multi-nationality, ethnicity and cross-cultural understanding, being exposed to a variety of perspectives and voices present in the modern global society. The workshop is conducted over the backdrop of the specificity of Polish culture, and as such, is also intended to help the students find themselves in the reality of their host country for the duration of their stay.

2 ECTS

Polish language and culture

The aim of the course is to provide the students with the basic grasp of the structures and vocabulary of the Polish language, thus enabling them to successfully communicate on a range of fundamental topics in everyday life. The course is also intended to place the language skills against the background of Polish culture, thus allowing the students to explore Polish cultural context and customs.

2 ECTS

 

Kujawsko-Pomorska Szkoła Wyższa w Bydgoszczy

ul. Toruńska 55-57, 85-023 Bydgoszcz
  52 321 11 88
  rektorat@kpsw.edu.pl