Slavonic (Czech) Studies
The focus of the lessons is five teaching hours in the morning and consists of an intensive language course, special seminars and lectures.
Three types of language courses are available:
- intensive course for complete beginners based on English or German,
- a course for pre-intermediate students - two hours of basic Czech, two hours of conversation and a one-hour special course every day; lessons are in Czech,
- a course for intermediate, advanced and very advanced students – two hours of basic language instruction followed by a one-hour special seminar dedicated to translation and stylistics, two hours of Czech linguistics, literature, history, ethnography, etc.
In the afternoons, Summer School students can attend linguistics and literature seminars, lexical-stylistic exercises, seminar on interpretation of a literary text and informal seminars on music, history of art, history of Brno, etc. Beginners I and II have the opportunity to attend additional lessons of linguistic exercises in order to develop the knowledge they have attained in their morning lessons. A special linguistic and literary seminar has been prepared for the most advanced students. Evenings are reserved for presentations of Czech films.
The programme also includes day-long excursions to places of historical interest in the Czech Republic. For those interested, the Department of Czech for foreigners is prepared to organize individual work in archives and libraries or individual consultations with professors from the Faculty of Arts.
|20 July to 17 August 2019|
|price||CZK 34.400 (covers tuition, accommodation, half-board)|
|organized by||Department of Czech for Foreigners|
|contact information and application||
|application deadline||July 5, 2018; application|