Katedra českého jazyka
701 03 Ostrava
The Department of Czech Language offers a wide range of degrees:
The courses taught by the Department include the ‘core’ compulsory courses for the degree programmes listed above, plus a range of optional (elective) courses based around staff members’ individual
research interests (see "Research activities" below, e.g. onomastics, quantitative linguistics). These optional courses enable students to partly ‘customize’ their studies according to their own needs
and preferences. Consequently, students have the opportunity to specialize in particular theoretical disciplines and to become involved in research focusing on the Czech language (including historical
research). International students - mainly participating in the Erasmus exchange programme - can attend Czech language courses for foreigners.
In addition to teaching, the Department’s other main activity is linguistic research. Research is carried out as part of various projects, e.g. GAČR, NAKI, and in collaboration with universities, professional associations and other organizations in the Czech Republic and abroad.
The Department’s main research activities are focused predominantly on
The Department’s other research activities: