FULL TIME and PART TIME English MA programme



Our MA graduate programme offers the opportunity to grow and interact in a challenging academic environment. Studying English Philology at MA level, apart from developing practical language skills at a high C2 proficiency level of CEFR for languages, encompasses deepening students’ knowledge of selected fields of philological studies. The students may choose to follow one of offered academic paths and pursue their MA thesis in: Literary studies/Cultural studies or Linguistics/Translation studies.

The classes on full time studies are held from Monday through Friday, while the classes on part time studies are planned for every Saturday and selected Sundays. All lecturers are available to students during their office hours to discuss academic issues relating to their courses.

MA studies finish with an MA defense and an MA degree. Graduate studies also prepare candidates for doctoral studies in a similar field.


A professional team of academic teachers and lecturers supports and guides the graduates in their intellectual growth. The students are educated in modern lecture rooms in the newly renovated historical building of Collegium Maius equipped with modern audiovisual technology and modern computer room with several stands. Our library and the reading room offer access to an extensive collection of Anglo-Saxon literature (more than 37 thousand volumes devoted to various aspects of culture and language of English speaking countries and 100 titles of journals and magazines devoted to teaching).


Our students can enroll in a student exchange programme Erasmus+ offered by Opole University, which allows for studying abroad for a semester or two, developing foreign language communication skills, learning about culture of a foreign country and gaining professional knowledge via a foreign language. Our partners are, among others, in Spain, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Italy, Turkey and Cyprus. (more information available at www.erasmus.uni.opole.pl).


Graduates of English Philology finish their studies with strong communication skills in English in writing and speaking at C2 level, ability to search for information in various sources, to analyze and synthesize information, and to work effectively both independently and in teams. They are well prepared for a career in, for example:

  • translation and interpretation bureaus
  • public relations
  • publishing houses
  • advertising agencies
  • fundraising organizations
  • commercial, corporate or other business institutions
  • research institutes
  • many other fields that require proficient knowledge of English and liberal arts education.