The programme includes practical training, which makes it possible for students to experience and practice their language skills in various English-speaking environments. Based on individual interests, they can apply for positions in educational institutions (both public and private schools), international companies or offices.
During the course of the studies, our graduates gain a number of skills which make it possible for them to pursue successful careers in various areas. Some of them become teachers of English and work at schools or conduct private courses. The ones interested in journalism become copywriters, editors and even journalists. Others may end up in the world of international business or become scholars.
Administration fee (non-refundable) – 200 Euro
Tuition fee (per year) – 2000 Euro
In order to make a transfer for studies conducted in English you will need the following transfer details:
Name: Wyzsza Szkola Spoleczno-Przyrodnicza / Vincent Pol University
Name of the Bank: Santander Bank Polska S.A.
Bank Address: ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 37, 20-950 Lublin, Poland
Swift Code(BIC): WBKPPLPP
Foreign currency account – held in EURO
Beneficiary’s Account No: PL 81 1500 1520 1215 2009 1373 0000
Foreign currency account – held in USD
Beneficiary’s Account No: PL 58 1500 1520 1215 2009 9858 0000
Full costs of transfer are on the Student’s side. The university should receive full fees.
General entry requirements:
International students applying to our University have to submit documents confirming their graduation from a secondary school or a university. Certificates and diplomas issued abroad must be officially legalized and recognized in Poland.
International students must submit a document confirming their knowledge of English, or are required to a attend an English language course. This requirement does not apply to students for whom English is a native language or was a language of instruction at school.
International students should demonstrate that they meet one of the following minimum language requirements:
TOEFL test with a score of at least 550,
IELTS test with a score of at least 6.0 for Bachelor and Master studies,
FCE test with grade B.
• Practical English Training – grammar
• Practical English Training – reading and vocabulary
• Practical English Training – phonetics
• Practical English Training – listening comprehension
• Practical English Training – integrated skills
• Practical English Training – translation
• Practical English Training – speech and discussion
• Descriptive grammar
• Introduction to linguistics
• Introduction to literary studies
• The history of English language
• Contrastive grammar
• Second language acquisition
• British literature
• American literature
• The history of Great Britain
• The history of the United States
• The history of philosophy
• Foreign Language – Spanish/German
• BA seminar (S)
• British culture
• American culture
English philology is a discipline devoted to history and culture of English-speaking countries. Intensive development of language skills is combined
with engaging studies in the fields of literature, linguistics, history and media.
Our 3-year Bachelor’s degree in English Philology programme is aimed at students who apart from learning the English language, are also interested in everything that is connected with English-speaking culture and lifestyle, for example theatre, poetry, but also films, TV series and press. Therefore, the studies should on no account be treated as an intensive language course. The improvement of language skills is very often an aftermath of participation in challenging classes connected to variety of topics ranging from classical and modern British and American literature to various approaches to language, culture and media studies.
The main aim of our BA English Philology programme is to prepare students to function in all kinds of English-speaking environments by providing them with both linguistic and non-linguistic skills. The former include the ability to use correct variety of British or American English in speaking and writing, whereas the latter comprise public speaking, preparing and giving presentations, collecting and processing information, and teamwork.