Form of study
Full-time
Type of study
Bachelor
Awarded title
You get the title Bc.
Standard length of study
3 years
Language of study
Czech
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What will we teach you?

In Religious Studies, you will acquire the ability to independently interpret religious and cultural phenomena, especially myths and rituals, to recognise types of religious preconceptions and lines of reasoning. You will get acquainted with the religious systems of the past and with current religious life. You will learn to translate from contemporary and ancient languages and gain a broader view of life and society. You will be able to better recognise and resist demagoguery, fake news, populism or manipulation.

The branch of study Philosophy will expand your knowledge related to classical philosophical topics, and thus develop your systematic thinking, working with professional sources and critical thinking.

What will you become?

Upon successful completion of your studies, you can work in state administration and public administration bodies, non-profit organisations, and the media. As our graduate you will be fluent in English at the B2 level, and you will be able to prepare a grant application to support cultural or community projects. Based on the combination with philosophy, you will gain a broader view of life and society, good argumentation skills, and be able to perform in public spaces.

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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.

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What scholarships can you get

Merit scholarship
from the second year up to 2 640 CZK per month
Accommodation scholarship
for students with permanent residence outside Pardubice up to 550 CZK per month

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
Master
Form of study
Full-time
Language of study
Czech
The follow-up postgraduate study of philosophy focuses on topics of the European philosophical tradition from the Greek beginnings to the present, with special emphasis on the philosophy of human practice – ethics and political thought. The aim of the study is to thoroughly introduce the main currents, directions and questions of these philosophical disciplines, in relation to European metaphysical thinking. Ethics and political philosophy are not understood as separate specialised disciplines, but as perspectives of exploring thinking that remain philosophical in the original sense.
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
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.

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