Bachelor studies - Foreign Languages for Business

Graduate profile and career options

Graduates in two foreign languages (English in combination with French, German or Russian) are proficient in the theory and practice of basic language levels (phonetics and phonology, lexicology, stylistics). 

In these languages, he/she masters linguistic and socio-cultural competences, especially with a focus on the fields of economics, business, services and management. In addition, the student is familiar with the etiquette of oral and written communication and the specifics of business and corporate practice in the countries of the languages studied and in the European Union in general. The student will be trained in translation and interpreting activities in this sphere. 

In addition to the philological basis of study, the programme includes courses in the fundamentals of economics, business and services. The special focus of the graduate is expanded to include courses in the cultural realities of the language areas.

Graduates are able to apply the acquired knowledge and skills in a creative way in practice. They are able to independently implement cooperative communication activities in two foreign languages in the spheres of business, services, banking, insurance, law firms, consulting firms, media, government institutions, etc. At the same time, however, they are ready to continue their higher education in further master's programmes.


Our graduates can find a carer in the following:

  • companies and enterprises from various fields of business activity with extended operations in EU countries
  • companies and firms in foreign trade and services
  • banks and insurance companies
  • law firms
  • consultancy firms
  • translation and interpreting agencies, advertising and publishing agencies
  • the media sector
  • public administration institutions
  • language or other schools teaching English

Study plan

Detailed information about the study, e.g. list of compulsory, elective and elective courses, their assignment to semesters and years, the content of these courses and other detailed information about the course of study, study regulations, etc. can be found in the study plan

Conditions of the admission procedure

The admission examination takes the form of a written test in both languages of the chosen combination. In addition to the knowledge of the culture, history and geography of the language areas of the chosen combination, the test tests the level of knowledge of the foreign languages in question by means of various types of multiple-choice exercises: English and German at B2 level, French at B1 level and Russian at A2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

Due to the nature of the study programme, the examination also includes a written test in the Czech language, which is aimed at determining the level of the applicant's knowledge in the lexical-grammatical area. It presupposes successful completion of the matriculation examination in Czech or Slovak (for foreigners outside the Czech Republic and Slovakia, at least basic knowledge of the Czech language, which will be intensively deepened). The test does not test knowledge of literature or literary theory.