Czech Language

 Name of Specialisation

Czech Language

 Type of programme


 Length of Programme

3 years

 Mode of study

on site and combined



 Specialisation Description

The Doctoral degree programme Czech Language is focused on scientific research and independent creative activity in the field of Czech studies. Studies in the Doctoral degree programme are based on an individual curriculum and led by a supervisor, in both on site or combined mode of study. The aim of the Doctoral programme in Czech Language is to prepare young professionals who are able to analyse the language from   both synchronic and diachronic viewpoints. The specialisation is based on the scientific and research activities of the staff of the Institute of Czech Studies FA USB. 

Graduate profile

Graduates will be competent to deal with the issue of Czech as a Slavic language, issues of its functional differentiation, questions of language culture, grammatical description of contemporary Czech and the interdisciplinary aspect of verbal communication research. They shall be capable of interpretation using individual linguistic theories, finding links between them while using a critical approach. Each defended Dissertation constitutes an independent scientific monograph.

Graduates will find employment mostly in higher education institutions and linguistic research institutes. Due to their advanced ability to analyse language, they can also hold positions of language specialists (in media, publishing, language expertise and consultancy).    

 Guaranteeing Workplace

Institute of Czech Studies FA USB


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 Admission Procedure

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