English studies
Bachelor Programme
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
6 semesters
Tuition fee: 
8600 PLN
Degree awarded: 
Licencjat (B.A.)
Scholarships available: 
Application deadline: 
Friday, 30 September, 2016
Day of semester start: 
Monday, 3 October, 2016
Credits (ECTS): 
Admission requirements: 

Applications to programs at SWPS University are accepted on regular basis throughout the year. Prospective candidates are encouraged to apply for admission well in advance of the beginning of each semester as class size remains limited.

For detailed information concerning the program of study and admission procedure, please go to http://www.studia.swps.pl/warsaw-en/ba-programs/english-studies-with-german.html.

Applications are reviewed by the Admissions Committee and candidates are notified in writing about the final decision. Admitted candidates receive an official acceptance letter. Additionally, the admitted canddidates are required to submit a copy of their visa (if applicable) and a copy of their medical insurance policy before October 1st.


Students of English Studies with German learn English and German simultaneously. During the program, English courses are taught at a higher level of competency and include linguistics, intensive language development, as well as cultural and historical background of the English speaking countries. German classes, on the other hand, start at the beginner level and gradually develop language competences. Graduates of the program are able to communicate in three languages: their mother tongue, English and German.

The Program of English Studies with German is addressed to people who have aptitude for language learning. Prospective students should be able to speak English at the CEFR B2 or higher level and must provide appropriate English proficiency certificates. 
English Studies with German are a good choice for those interested in the European culture. The program nicely complements studies in other fields, such as: business, political or cultural studies. The combined skills gained during a double major program, equip graduates with English and German language skills that broaden their range of employment opportunities.