15 August 2015
The Summer School of Slavonic Languages (SSSL) at the Faculty of Arts of Palacký University in Olomouc organizes courses of Czech language for foreigners and also other courses in Slavonic languages, Russian language or Polish language in particular, for students from other countries.
After finishing the intensive language course each student of the SSSL will receive a certificate stating the achieved language level (based on test results). The four-week SSSL course corresponds to one academic semester/term of Czech philology at the University. The number of credits will be awarded to the students by their home universities.
The language course is complemented by cultural programme as well.
PhDr. Petr Porizka, Ph.D. – director
LSSS FF UP,
771 80 Olomouc,
The Summer School is designed for professors, senior lecturers, lectors and students of Czech language and literature or Slavonic studies, translators, journalists and people from the general public interested in Czech language, literature, history, and culture.
To offer to all people interested in the Czech language an impressive and superior language course led by very skilled teachers. And to present to all students some interesting aspects of the Czech culture.
The four-week SSSL course corresponds to one academic semester/term of Czech philology at the University. The number of credits will be awarded to the students by their home universities.
EUR 830: Administrative fee and language course:
Language course comprehends:
(1) An intensive course in Czech language in total of 100 lessons: 20 teaching days, 5 teaching hours per day, including conversation lessons. Groups of maximum 15 students. Teaching languages: Czech, English;
(2) Complementary activities: lectures and seminars (Czech language, literature, history, culture, etc.);
(3) Books and other materials (according to students’ level);
(4) Complementary courses of Russian or Polish – each course twice 90 minutes weekly. These are opened only for a minimum of 5 students.
Cultural and additional program:
3 excursions (two one-day “Moravian” trips and one a two-day trip to Prague);
Film club - evening video-shows of Czech films (twice a week);
Theatre workshop - supervised by actors of Moravian Theatre;
Dance workshop - lessons in traditional Czech and Moravian folklore dances;
Folklore evening with a traditional Moravian folklore band.
EUR 280: Accommodation in a double room:
Participants of the SSSL will stay in university dormitories of Palacký University in rooms for two persons. Internet connection is available in the hostel, or rooms respectively.
A limited number is available. More information is to be found at Czech consulates and embassies abroad. The scholarships are awarded only to candidates nominated by responsible authorities in the partner countries. The fees are covered by the scholarship