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BA programme of English Studies for Foreigners

English Studies – International Programme

IMPORTANT! Please note that the minimum required level to apply for the following Programme is B1. Have a look at: Admission Procedure.

From the academic year 2018/2019 the Institute of Modern Languages of the University of Bielsko-Biała offers a new 3-year BA programme of English Studies for Foreigners.

The programme is designed to give the comprehensive knowledge of the English language, literatures and cultures and good academic skills. It includes courses on linguistics, history of English and American literatures and cultures, history, integrated skills in English, philosophy, and is entirely taught in English. An intensive course of Polish as a foreign language is part of the entire three-year programme.

The 3-year programme finishes  with the BA degree, and students may continue their studies on the MA level in most fields of humanities (applied linguistics, business English, literature and cultural studies, journalism, translation, etc.) in most of Polish and European universities.

Beautifully located city of Bielsko-Biała is a real gem of the region of Beskidy Mountains and combines its rich and diverse history and cultural heritage with vibrant life of modern economy and education. Located in the proximity of Katowice, Kraków, Vienna and Prague, it can be a great place to start the university education leading to a EU-recognised BA degree in English.

dr hab. Maria Korusiewicz, prof. ATH
dr Tomasz Markiewka

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30 October 2020
The Vice-Rector's Welcome Address At the virtual welcome day, Vice-Rector Izabela Rajzer delivered a speech for the international students of the UBB. Have a look!



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30 October 2020
Eclipses and shadows A painter and singer, Magdalena Łazar-Massier presents her works at the University Academic Gallery. The virtual opening of the exhibition entitled "Eclipses and shadows" took place during the University Senate meeting on October 27. The exhibition will be open until 20 November 2020.

Magdalena Łazar-Massie shows us mainly nocturne paintings that illustrate the synthesis of her thoughts and emotions related to the space of the real landscape, remembered and transferred to canvas or paper in the form of a collage. Her way of artistic expression is rich in inexpressible metaphorical symbols that are a record of traces of memory related to her life.

The exhibition is curated by prof. Ernest Zawada.

Visit the exhibition here.

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