Regarding epidemic situation in Poland the authorities of the University of Lodz decided to suspend all classes until 14 April 2020. The UL Library and Sport Centre will also be closed.
Please find here the UL official statements on preventative measures taken to counter the spread of the virus.

All classes scheduled for 11th March (Wednesday) have been officially cancelled. Please follow the updates on University and Faculty websites and social media for further announcements.

The authorities of the University of Lodz have issued a statement regarding current epidemiological situation. The document can be viewed here.

The online registration for 2nd year BA students for Elective Courses will commence on Friday 21st of February at 9 pm and will close on Sunday 23rd February at 11.59 pm. In order to register students access the following website: usosweb.uni.lodz.pl.

Students of the stream English Studies – general choose one subject in each of five categories listed below:
Literature – tutorial
Linguistics – tutorial A
Linguistics – tutorial B
Stream course A
Stream course B

Students of the stream English Studies – 2nd Language – basic choose one subject in each of two categories listed below:

Linguistics – tutorial A
Linguistics – tutorial B

There are limits in number of students in groups. In case of denied access to the group, please make alternative choice.
Course descriptions of available courses can be found here

Below you can find list of students and dates for CATS exam in Practical English.
CATS – 27th & 28th January 2020

By decision of the Dean of Faculty of Philology and the Head of the Institute of English Studies, on Tuesday 21st January 2020 all classes will be held according to Monday schedule, hence Tuesday classes in winter term will finish on Tuesday 14th January 2020.

13th International Conference on Native and Non-native Accents of English

Accents 2019 Łódź, 12 – 14 Dec 2019

Accents Across Contexts

‘Accents’ is an annual conference organized by the Department of English Language and Applied Linguistics at University of Łódź, Poland. It brings together researchers and teachers interested in native and non-native accents of English, approached from a variety of theoretical and/or practical perspectives. The key issues discussed each year include individual accent characteristics, the dynamism of accent usage, accent in teaching and learning, the methods and tools for accent studies as well as pronunciation instruction. The leitmotif of Accents 2019 revolves around different contexts for the use of specific pronunciation features in spoken discourse in naturalistic and instructed settings.

http://filolog.uni.lodz.pl/accents/

In order to register, students will have to login to USOS system.
Students enrol to one MA seminar. Registration will commence on Wednesday 11th December at 9pm and will close on Friday 13th December at 11.59 pm.
Course descriptions of available courses can be found here.

There are limits in number of students in groups. In case of denied access to the group, please make alternative choice.

Online registration for Special Elective Course in Culture, Media and Communication will commence on Tuesday 10th December  at 7pm and will close on Thursday 12th December at 11.59 pm.