Form of study
Full-time
Type of study
Master
Awarded title
You get the title Mgr.
Standard length of study
2 years
Language of study
Czech
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Graduates are generally employed in areas where the values, knowledge and skills necessary for the functioning of a modern state and a responsible democratic society are developed and cultivated. These can be departments of regional, state and European administration or private and non-profit (national and supranational) institutions dealing with education, training, science, politics or culture in general, such as education and the media. The most capable graduates of the follow-up postgraduate programme continue their doctoral studies at universities, and they can also work as teachers at secondary schools, or as teachers at universities or researchers in scientific departments.

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20. 7. 2021 - 20. 8. 2021
2. kolo přijímacího řízení

Fakulta filozofická Univerzity Pardubice vypisuje 2. kolo přijímacího řízení pro akademický rok 2021/22. Přihlášky přijímáme do 20. 8. 2021. Druhé kolo je vypisováno v těchto studijních programech:

Bakalářské studium: Ochrana hmotných památek (Historie), Německý jazyk pro odbornou praxi; Religionistika; Sociální a kulturní antropologie 

Navazující magisterské studium  všechny studijní programy

Podrobnosti zde.

Courses taken by the first-year students this year

Teaching (LECTURE + EXERCISE + SEMINAR) in hours per week
First year
Winter term
Name of the subject
Type of subject
Compulsory subject
Scope of teaching
0+0+2
Credits
5
Name of the subject
Type of subject
Compulsory subject
Scope of teaching
2+0+0
Credits
5
Name of the subject
Type of subject
Compulsory subject
Scope of teaching
2+0+1
Credits
6
Name of the subject
Type of subject
Compulsory subject
Scope of teaching
2+0+2
Credits
6
Name of the subject
Type of subject
Compulsory subject
Scope of teaching
0+0+2
Credits
5

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Tuition fees

In the case of standard study, study is not paid. If you study for more than , you pay for each started 6 months CZK

Full-time study

Full-time study has a fixed schedule on weekdays during mornings and/or afternoons. As a student, you will be on campus daily participating in seminars and lectures. You will have the status of student.

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Faculty of Arts and Philosophy
Type of study
Doctoral
Form of study
Full-time
Language of study
Czech
Doctoral study in Philosophy allows students to pursue independent work and original research in Philosophy. In addition to focusing on general ethical and political problems, students are also encouraged to study current and relevant topics, such as attitudes towards marginalised groups and topics including populism, nationalism, religious conflict, and climate change.
Faculty of Arts and Philosophy
Type of study
Doctoral
Form of study
Part-time
Language of study
Czech
Doctoral study in Philosophy allows students to pursue independent work and original research in Philosophy. In addition to focusing on general ethical and political problems, students are also encouraged to study current and relevant topics, such as attitudes towards marginalised groups and topics including populism, nationalism, religious conflict, and climate change.
Faculty of Arts and Philosophy
Type of study
Doctoral
Form of study
Full-time
Language of study
English
Doctoral study in Philosophy allows students to pursue independent work and original research in Philosophy. In addition to focusing on general ethical and political problems, students are also encouraged to study current and relevant topics, such as attitudes towards marginalised groups and topics including populism, nationalism, religious conflict, and climate change.
Faculty of Arts and Philosophy
Type of study
Doctoral
Form of study
Part-time
Language of study
English
Doctoral study in Philosophy allows students to pursue independent work and original research in Philosophy. In addition to focusing on general ethical and political problems, students are also encouraged to study current and relevant topics, such as attitudes towards marginalised groups and topics including populism, nationalism, religious conflict, and climate change.

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