Programmes we offer
Postgraduate Contemporary Editing Study at the Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw (CSWU)
The goal of the Postgraduate Contemporary Editing Study CSWU is to learn how to edit and revise texts, publish them in electronic form as e-books, on websites, administrative, state, governmental or private panels, in magazines, as well as prepare scientific papers and any documents.
The study was founded in 2000. Completing it opens the door for candidates to work in cultural, scientific, internet and administrative institutions. It allows the candidates to improve their professional skills and learn some new ones. It provides the basis for the development of personal humanistic interests.
As an academic second degree study, it prepares people with higher education to become editors of books and magazines and to cooperate with publishing and printing companies.
The lecturers are well-known professors - editing specialists, editors, publishers, typographers, writers, artists, performers working in the fields using literature (e.g. film), authors of scientific papers.
On the basis of the number of points collected for exercises, two editorial papers, tests and the final exam prepared independently, the student receives a certificate after completing the course.
Classes last two semesters. They take place in weekend cycles (every 2-3 weeks).
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Postgraduate Studies in Contemporary Editing. This is done by separate courses: the Academic Typography Course, designed mainly for people with secondary education, and the Academic Font Course.
On the Postgraduate Studies in Contemporary Editing’s website, students receive learning materials and current information, as well as colloquia.
Access to Postgraduate Studies in Contemporary Editing service is only possible upon authorization.
Postgraduate Studies in Contemporary Editing are addressed to the following persons:
• editors: publisher employees and freelancers,
• publishers, owners and employees of publishing houses,
• persons responsible for publishing internal publications in companies,
• marketing and advertising department employees,
• employees of advertising companies,
• scientists (especially editors of scientific journals),
• everyone interested in learning a new profession
Polish philology - undergraduate (full-time) studies
The Polish philology studies program includes knowledge of history and theory of literature as well as knowledge of language. There are numerous classes to choose from, devoted to film, theater, editing, contemporary literature, language communication and more. Students can acquire basic humanistic knowledge, broaden their horizons and develop the intellectual work skills necessary in many historical, social and artistic disciplines. They can participate in specialized classes, the completion of which is confirmed by an entry in the diploma.
The Doctoral School of Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw
Since 2019/2020, recruitment for studies in the literary sciences discipline has taken place as a recruitment to the Doctoral School Of Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw (UCSW).
Filologia polska - studia magisterskie (stacjonarne)
Program studiów II stopnia na kierunku filologia polska pozwala pogłębić wiedzę w zakresie historii literatury, zwłaszcza najnowszej, metodologii badań literackich i językowych. Umożliwia doskonalenie kompetencji językowych i komunikacyjnych, a także intensywny rozwój w ramach wybranej przez siebie specjalności. Program stwarza możliwość łączenia studiów z praktyką zawodową lub dodatkowymi studiami na innych kierunkach i uczelniach europejskich. Pozwala zdobywać doświadczenia w pracy artystycznej i dziennikarskiej.
I warsztaty projektu eFontes: Reprezentatywność: gatunki i funkcje
W dniach 12-13 grudnia 2019 roku odbędzie się w Krakowie I edycja warsztatów realizowanego w Pracowni Łaciny Średniowiecznej Instytutu Języka Polskiego PAN ze środków NPRH projektu eFontes. Elektroniczny korpus polskiej łaciny średniowiecznej.