Dutch Language and Literature

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General information

The aim of the Bachelor’s degree study programme in Dutch Language and Literature is the development of basic language competence and skills in Dutch. Students acquire a B2 level according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. An essential part of the study is the introduction to basic linguistic and literary disciplines. The introduction to the history, culture, and society of the Dutch-speaking countries form an essential part of the syllabus. The student also has the opportunity to learn the essentials of translation and interpreting.

A successful graduate is able to

  • use the language competence as well as knowledge of social, political, and cultural situations in Dutch-speaking countries in various working positions with relevance in these areas
  • perform receptive and productive tasks based on texts in Dutch and Czech
  • enter professions which demand independent and critical thinking as well as excellent diction in the graduate’s mother tongue and fluency in Dutch
  • use basic knowledge of linguistics and contemporary literature

Graduate employment

Graduates with this degree are qualified for employment as teachers at public and private secondary schools and select types of universities including language schools. They are also qualified for expert and language-oriented jobs in the institutions of the European Union or in other governmental and international institutions, in publishing houses and various branches of the media, in archives, libraries, museums, theatres, and travel agencies, as language experts, and in diplomacy.

Faculty Faculty of Arts
Type of study bachelor's
Mode full-time
Standard length of studies 3 years
Language of instruction czech

Field of study combinations

Field combinations with Dutch Language and Literature

Admission Requirements

Unfortunately no information about admission requirements is available.

Frequently enrolled courses

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