The aim of the Polish language and literature pedagogy program is to prepare highly qualified pedagogues for basic and secondary education with fundamental knowledge of Polish philology, who, based on the acquired intercultural, professional, general and personal competencies, would be able to ensure quality education, create various learning opportunities, develop students’ and their own competencies, be able to guide the acquired competencies in independent educational activities, other activities requiring knowledge of the Polish language and culture, and further learning.
Students will be able to:
- create the content of education at various levels of education on the basis of theoretical, practical and didactic knowledge of Polish philology;
- plan, organize, manage the educational process and carry out other activities related to the knowledge of the Polish language and knowledge of Polish culture and literature in Lithuanian evironmend.
- analyze, systematize, critically evaluate information;
- present a business idea or opinion, to argue a decision or research results in oral and / or written form in Polish and another foreign language.
- plan, organize, carry out and summarize activities and research in the fields of Polish philology and educational sciences.
- operate and learn collaboratively in the community of the institution, in groups of learners and in other settings.
- take responsibility for the quality of the professional process.
Graduates will be able to continue their studies in master’s programs in education or the humanities. Graduates of the program will be ready for pedagogical work. They will be able to find employment:
- in general education schools, other educational institutions,
- in state, public and private organizations related to the Polish language, literature and culture, as well as linguistic and cultural education,
- in Polish media editorial office in Lithuania and abroad.
- A high school diploma
- Proof of English Language: applicant has to present document proving B2 level (TOEFL 87-109 iBT/534-633 PBT, IELTS 5-6,5, Cambridge English First (FCE), BEC Vantage, Michigan ECCE, PTE General Level 3, TOEIC Listening & Reading 785, TOEIC Speaking & Writing 310) if the applicant is not native speaker and/or had not received education in English. After admission, all students have to take English language test at the Institute of Foreign Languages at Vytautas Magnus University. If English level is below B2 students will have to study English to reach C1 level (in first four semesters of Bachelor studies).
- Proof of Polish Language: B2 level if the applicant is not native speaker.
- Study motivation interview
- Admission score counting is based on: study motivation interview * 0,4 + grade point average (of school graduation certificate) * 0,4 + examination/term grade of English or Polish language * 0,2.