Degree Programmes

The Faculty of Arts at the University of Ostrava is a great place to get a bachelor's, master's or doctoral degree if you are looking for a personal approach, professionalism, a friendly atmosphere and a rich student life, all in the centre of the vibrant city that Ostrava is now becoming.

As part of your studies you'll have the opportunity to take part in international exchange schemes which will broaden your horizons (as well as looking great on your CV). We have partner universities in Europe (including Belgium, Britain, Estonia, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Spain and Sweden) and beyond (Canada, Japan, Morocco, South Korea, Taiwan, USA, Vietnam and more).

We also offer international students the opportunity to obtain scholarships. The scholarships are awarded across the graduate and doctoral degrees for outstanding study results. For more information, please check the box below:

student scholarship

Our degrees respond to global changes which have created increased demand for language professionals – and our graduates have plenty of options on the labour market whether in the public or private sector, in the Czech Republic or abroad. All the information about study programmes including links for application are available in Degree programmes catalogue below.

degree programmes catalogue

Degree Programmes Coordinator
+420 553 46 1811

The basis of our offer is Czech for Foreigners and English Philology

Czech for Foreigners

Jsem cizinec a chtěl bych se učit česky. If you have understood the previous sentence, you can boldly sign up for the study program Czech for Foreigners. Our colleague Michal Místecký will explain to you who the study is suitable for, and what will you learn.

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Czech for Foreigners is taught by the Department of Czech Language.

English Philology

Explore English in depth, discover American and British literature, find out what eco-criticism is or, for example, how Native Americans influenced the development of English. Daniel Kopitz, the student of the Department of English and American Studies Daniel Kopitz, is well-acquainted with the Programme and will introduce it to you.

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English Philology is taught by the Department of English and American Studies.

If you are interested in studying, find out more about applying in the ADMISSIONS section.

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Updated: 11. 06. 2024