A1

Knowledge

  • Have basic knowledge regarding the basics of the phonetic system of the foreign language
  • Know basic vocabulary and simple grammar structures with respect to everyday topics

Skills

  • Can communicate in a very simple way in specific everyday situations, provided that the interlocutor talks slowly and is ready to help
  • Can understand slowly uttered statements, simple instructions, requests, information regarding themselves and the people from their environment, everyday life, and interests
  • Can read and understand simple and short everyday texts, notices, announcements, advertisements, wishes, text messages, e-mails, and forms
  • Can write a very short and simple text or message, fill out a form/survey, and draft a simple note or to-do list

Social skills

  • Can cooperate with the group
  • Can spot and respect cultural differences between their own culture and the cultures of other countries
  • Are familiar with social and cultural behaviours

A2

Knowledge

  • Have knowledge of the language in the field of everyday life and the necessary intercultural knowledge corresponding to the level of proficiency

Skills

  • Can communicate in a simple way in typical routine situations with respect to everyday topics
  • Can talk about themselves and other people, of past events and plans for the future in a manner corresponding to the level of proficiency Can take an active part in a conversation on familiar topics
  • Can understand simple statements about everyday events and identify information contained in simple communications
  • Can read and understand simple descriptions of everyday events and find necessary information in texts (e.g. flight schedules, advertisements)
  • Can write short and simple texts and note important information

Social skills

  • Can spot connections and differences between their own culture and the cultures of other countries
  • Can cooperate with the group and assign roles and tasks to themselves and others
  • Can accept standpoints and opinions voiced by other interlocutors
  • Can learn and use available materials, e.g. online.

B1

Knowledge

  • Have sufficient general knowledge and knowledge of the language in the field of the major to understand the main aspects of general texts and short texts of professional and academic nature
  • Have knowledge of the basic principles of functioning in an academic and working environment
  • Know basic grammar structures, phraseology, and vocabulary in the field of the major allowing them to understand the key content
  • Have knowledge of current events and phenomena of the contemporary world, acquired thanks to understanding the standard language variety

Skills

  • Can understand the key aspects of statements, lectures, and presentations in the field of the major Can understand and present statistical data and schematics. Can understand uncomplicated general and professional texts
  • Can talk about familiar everyday situations as well as simple academic and professional situations Can present their own point of view Can conduct simple negotiations
  • Can read and understand longer texts and use different information sources Can understand the general sense of the read text and search for necessary information as well as perform a text analysis
  • Can write simple information texts on familiar topics and letters according to a standard template; can describe their experience and impressions
  • Can write a summary of the text read and edit own non-literary text

Social skills

  • Can spot connections and differences between their own culture and the cultures of other countries
  • Can cooperate with the group and take part in joint activities
  • Show an open mind and are aware of the need to improve language skills

B2

Knowledge

  • Have a well-ordered general and specialised knowledge as well as the knowledge of the problems of today's world and the culture of the given language area
  • Have knowledge of the basic principles of functioning in an academic and working environment
  • Know basic grammar structures, phraseology, and vocabulary in the field of economics allowing them to understand the key content

Skills

  • Can understand longer statements, lectures, and presentations in the field of the studied major as well as perform their relatively uncomplicated analysis and interpretation. Can understand specialised longer texts expressed in a standard language variety. Can obtain the necessary information from various sources. Can understand and present statistical data and schematics
  • Can take part in casual conversations and discussions (also of professional nature) by forming conclusions and defending their opinion. Can prepare a professional presentation
  • Can read and understand texts on academic and professional topics connected with the major. Can individually use literature in the foreign language
  • Can write information texts and correspondence typical for the working environment as well as compile financial data

Social skills

  • Are aware of multilingualism and the need to improve their language skills
  • Can accept the diversity of cultures and opinions. Can work in a team

B2+

Knowledge

  • Have general and specialised knowledge allowing them to take an active part in discussions and expressing more complex opinions and assessments
  • Know grammar structures, phraseology, and vocabulary in the field of the studied major, allowing them to understand professional and academic texts
  • Can notice and understand the hidden meaning implied in texts and statements

Skills

  • Can understand longer and even complicated statements, lectures, and presentations in the field of the studied major as well as analyse and interpret them. Can see the context and the hidden intentions of the interlocutor
  • Can understand longer and more complex industry texts written in a specialised language.
  • Can spontaneously form complex and extensive statements regarding the major and present the results of their studies and analyses
  • Can fluently and spontaneously take part in debates and discussions (also of a professional nature), presenting and defending their opinion. Can draft a presentation in the field of their specialisation.
  • Can read industry texts in the foreign language. Can divulge the necessary information, interpret it and draw conclusion on the basis of such texts
  • Can conduct formal correspondence, write reports and studies of professional and academic texts. Can present arguments and written results of their academic research

Social skills

  • Can learn and improve their skills with the scope of the "Lifelong Learning" concept
  • Can work with a group

C1

Knowledge

  • Have language and cultural knowledge allowing them to function in an international work and academic environment

Skills

  • Can understand complicated texts and discussions without difficulty, even with respect to unknown and abstract topics
  • Can understand a wide range of difficult longer spoken and written texts in various fields of social life, lectures, and debates pertaining to issues connected with the studied specialisation
  • Can speak exhaustively, fluently, spontaneously, effectively, and with precision about complex topics connected with social, academic, and professional life
  • Can use a wide range of terminology allowing them to express their emotions and use hints
  • Can start and hold a discussion, summarise statements, present and justify their position, and propose various problem solutions
  • Can write extensive texts, presenting their point of view and adapting their style to the potential recipient
  • Can conduct any kind of correspondence

Social skills

  • Can work with a group and assume various roles within it
  • Can establish priorities for performing a task
  • Have interpersonal and cultural competence allowing them to take an effective part in social and professional life