- 3 Masters
- 1500 Students
In College of Foreign Languages students well-being and their future are the most significant issues. We exist for students and thanks to them. We are developing and changing for the better. Despite the constant growth we do not lose our cameral, friendly atmosphere, which is necessary to study effectively. Thanks to our students we achieve local and international success. They are proficient in a given language and capable of building their own future career.
Our students have at their disposal a modern building in which they can find two computer labs, a multimedia room and two the most functional in Europe laboratories for phonetics and interpreting/translating purposes. Our students have also unlimited access to information centers, where they can use the internet.
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We have at our disposal two modern buildings in the city centre with comfortable classrooms equipped with the needed tools such as CD recorders, computers and projectors. What is more, we have two computer labs, a multimedia room and two the most functional in Europe laboratories for phonetics and interpreting/translating purposes. Our students have also unlimited access to information centers, where they can use the internet.
As far as the library is concerned, it has several thousand titles in the form of regular books and electronic documents, available on the spot and/or over the Internet.
Academic Sports Association
It deals with organizing sports events and taking part in various competitions. In our College we have the following sections: volleyball, football, ping-pong and horse-riding.
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It is a film club in which students gather to watch movies in the original language version and latter talk about their impressions. The S7 Cinema Club at the College of Foreign Languages is a supplement to our practical language classes and culture studies. Twice a month, students watch original, foreign-language versions of selected films in order to:
- develop listening comprehension skills
- develop an interest in the culture of German- and English-speaking countries
- improve their foreign language pronunciation
- become more motivated to study foreign languages
It helps students and graduates enter the job market. It also advises how to fill in the application forms and how to prepare for the interview.
Annual Students Day
Each year we organize Students Day, on which various sports tournaments take place, for example a football match between students and lecturers. What is more, there are many attractions during the day like concerts or parades. Afterwards everyone is invited to a barbecue party where the students and lecturers eat, sing and have a good time.
Club de Español
Meetings of our Spanish Club are organized every month. Together with energetic members of Spanish Club you will have opportunity to familiarize with Spanish culture, literature and music.
Gospel music needs YOU!
We invite all interested in developing their musical and vocal talents. All those who wish to experience positive energy through music and songs may participate in meetings of Gospel choir DoubleMC.
Do you want to be a good speaker? People interested in gaining leadership and communication skills should join Toastmaster Club. We have two priorities, the first one is to study the art of elocution, to master fluency of speech, the second is to learn how to be a good leader.
Fans of the Knights and Merchants game may discuss and integrate during meetings of Warhammer Club. For the first time they met over a year ago. Warhammer Club is a group of young enthusiasts who want to go beyond dull reality. They created absorbing and addictive hobby which allows them to collect and paint miniature army and then use it during battles.
Students interested in a particular field (translation, literature etc.) gather to discuss various issues concerning the topic and deepen their knowledge.
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