The Department of Romance Studies currently offers the following study programmes:
· at Bachelor’s level (only full-time study; all Bachelor’s programmes last for three years): French language and culture, Portuguese language and culture, Romanian language and culture, Spanish language and culture, and Italian language and culture
· at Master’s level (only full-time study, all Master’s programmes last for two years): French language and culture, Portuguese language and culture, Romanian language and culture, Spanish language and culture, and Italian language and culture
· at doctoral level (full-time study and part-tine [external] study; the full-time study programme lasts for four years and the part-time study programme lasts for five years): literary theory and the history of particular national literatures, translation and interpretation
The Bachelor’s and Master’s study programmes in the French, Spanish and Italian languages and cultures are open every year. The study programmes in Portuguese and Romanian are offered every two years in combination with another language.
The Department has established links with similar institutes at other European universities (in the Czech Republic, Italy, France, Spain, Portugal and Romania) within the Erasmus+ exchange programme, and selected students have the opportunity to spend one semester at one of the Department’s programme partners. In addition, the Department welcomes guest lecturers and scholars from abroad within this programme.
The Department also has specialized libraries (in French, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish and Italian) which contain thousands of volumes of specialized and academic literature as well as works of fiction in the abovementioned Romance languages.
The Department’s study advisor is doc. Mgr. Bohdan Ulašin, Ph.D.