Category Archives: Exams – Undergraduate

Additional examination dates for literary courses, 2018/2019

Remedial dates for literary courses:
Undergraduate and graduate, 2018/2019

Undergraduate (winter and summer semester courses)
American Modernism
June 21, 10h, D V
September 13, 10h, D V

Alternative Worlds in Contemporary British Fiction
February 15, 10h, A 105

The Anthropocene in British and Australian Fiction and Film
June 21, 10h, A 105

British Romanticism: poetry
February 15, 10h, D VII

Victorian Literature: Genres and Issues
February 19, 10.15h, A 123

Contemporary Canadian Literature in English
 June 13, 9.30h, A 123

Beginnings of the Modern Novel in the 18th-century England
 June 13, 9.30h, A 123

American Women’s Writing in the Nineteenth Century
February 15, 10h, D VII

Contemporary American novel
February 15, 10h, D VII

The The American Bildungsroman of the 19th and the 20th Century
June 21, 10h, D V

Victorian novel – poetics and cultural politics
February 15, 10h, D VII

Twentieth Century American Poetry
June 21, 10h, D V

Creating Place Out of Space: Early Australian Literature
February 15, 12h, A 105

Cool Britannia? British drama in the period 1956 – 2008
June 17, 10h, A 123

American Postmodernism and popular culture
February 15, 10h, D VII

British Romanticism: prose
June 21, 10h, D V

Victorian Literature and the Transformation of the World in the Nineteenth Century
June 21, 10h, D V

The Nineteenth-Century English Novel
June 27, 10h, A 105

American short story
September 13, 10h, D V

Graduate (winter and summer semester courses)
Historical Survey of the Fantastic in British Literature
February 15, 10h, A 105

Narrative DissemiNation of Australia
June 21, 10h, A 105

British Modern Novel and the British Empire
 February 19, 10.15h, A 123

Pre-raphaelitism
February 15, 10h, D VII

Literature and the Visual: American Film, Narrative Theory and Psychoanalysis
February 15, 10h, D VII

The History and the Paradigms of American Studies 1
February 15, 10h, D VII

The History and the Paradigms of American Studies 2
 June 21, 10h, D V

American Now
June 21, 10h, D V

Anglophone Modernist Women’s Writing
June 17, 10h, A 123

Ethics and Aesthetics of British Modernism
June 21, 10h, D V

Literature and the Visual
June 21, 10h, D V

Theory and History of the Novel in English
June 27, 10h, A 105

Cultural Aspects of American Neoliberalism
September 13, 10h, D V

 

Additional examination dates for literary courses, 2016/2017

Remedial dates for literary courses:
undergraduate and graduate, 2016/2017

Undergraduate programme:

Winter semester courses:

 – Alternative Worlds in Contemporary British Fiction – Feb 17, 10h, A 105
 – American Postmodernism and Popular Culture – Feb 13, 14h, D I
 – Aspects of American Romanticism  – Feb 13, 14h, D I
 – British Romanticism: poetry – Feb 13, 12h, A 105
 – Creating Place Out of Space: Early Australian Literature – Feb 13, 10h, A 314
 – Contemporary American Novel – Feb 13, 14h, D I
 – Victorian Literature: Genres and  Issues – Feb 13, 14h, D I
 – Victorian novel – poetics and cultural politics – Feb 13, 14h, D I

Summer semester courses:

 – Alternative Worlds in Contemporary British Fiction – June, 23, 10h, A 105
 – American Literature and Culture II (Fulbright visiting scholar) – TBA
 – AFrican American LIterature: 1800-Present (visiting scholar) – TBA
 – American Modernism – June 26, 14h, D V
 – Shakespeare – TBA
 – Cool Britannia? British drama in the period 1956 – 2008 – June 26, 8.30h, A 314
 – British Romanticism: prose –  June 27, 13.00-14.30h, A-123
 – Contemporary Canadian Literature in English – June 23, 10h, A 105
 – Contemporary American Novel – June 26, 14h, D V
 – Beginnings of the Modern Novel in the 18th-century England – June 23, 10h, A 105
 – War, Reconstruction and Transformation: American Literature 1860-1914  – June 26, 14h, D V
 – Victorian Literature: Genres and  Issues – June 26, 14h, D V
 – Victorian novel – poetics and cultural politics – June 26, 14h, D V

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Graduate programme:

Winter semester courses:

 – Architext in Postmodern British Literature – Feb 13, 10h, A 105
 – British Modern Novel and the British Empire – Feb 13, 14h, D I
 – A Historical Survey of the Fantastic in British Literature  – Feb 17, 10h, A 105
 – History and Memory in Contemporary American Novel – Feb 13, 14h, D I
 – The History and the Paradigms of American Studies 1  – Feb 13, 14h, D I
 – Predrafaelitizam – Feb 13, 14h, D I
 – Milton – TBA

 

Summer Semester courses:

– The United States Now – June 26, 14h, D V
 – American Topics II (Fulbright visiting scholar) – TBA
 – Ethics and Aesthetics of British Modernism – June 27, 13.00-14.30h, A-123
 – Književnost i vizualnost: Američki film, naracija i psihoanaliza – June 26, 14h, D V
 – Narrative DissemiNation of Australia – June 23, 10h, A 105
 – Theory and History of the Novel in English – June 26, 14h, D V
 – Anglophone Modernist Women’s Writing – TBA
 – The History and the Paradigms of American Studies 2 – June 26, 14h, D V

 

Additional examination dates for literary courses, 2015/2016

Remedial dates for literary courses:
undergraduate and graduate, 2015/2016

Undergraduate programme:

For courses held in Winter Semester:

Alternative Worlds in Contemporary British Fiction Feb 12, 10h (A 105)
American Postmodernism and Popular Culture
– Feb 15, 9h (A 105)
Aspects of American Romanticism  – Feb 15, 9h (A 105)
British Romanticism: poetry – Feb 15, 9h (A 105)
Creating Place Out of Space: Early Australian Literature – Feb 12, 10h (A 105)
Contemporary American Novel – Feb 15, 9h (A 105)
Victorian Literature: Genres and  Issues – Feb 16, 10h (A 314)
Victorian novel – poetics and cultural politics – Feb 16, 10h (A 314)
Shakespeare – Feb 2, 11h, (A 105), Feb 10, 12h (A 105) and Feb 24, 11h (A 105); Sept 14, 14h (A 105) and Sept 21, 12h (A 105)

For courses held in Summer Semester:

Alternative Worlds in Contemporary British Fiction–Sept 15, 10h (A 123)
American Postmodernism and Popular Culture–Aug 29, 9h (A 105)
The American Bildungsroman of the 19th and the 20th Century  – Aug 29, 9h (A 105)
British Romanticism: prose  –  23.6. 11-12.30, A 314 (Aug 29, 9h, A 105 – will not be held!)
Cool Britannia? British drama in the period 1956 – 2008 Sept 15, 10h (A 123)
Contemporary American Novel  – Aug 29, 9h (A 105)
Victorian Literature: Genres and  Issues – Aug 29, 9h (A 105)
Victorian novel – poetics and cultural politics – Aug 29, 9h (A 105)
American modernism – Aug 29, 9h (A 105)
Contemporary Canadian Literature in English- Sept 15, 10h (A 123)
Beginnings of the Modern Novel in the 18th-century England- Sept 15, 10h (A 123)
Shakespeare – June 15, 12h (A 105) and Aug 31, 11h (A 105); Sept 14, 14h (A 105) and Sept 21, 12h (A 105)

– Prof. Reising’s courses (ISVU):  June 17, 2016,  for both
American Poetry From the Beginnings to the Twentieth Century (undergraduate) and
The 1960s in American Film, Literature, and Music (graduate).

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Graduate programme:

For courses held in Winter Semester:

Architext in Postmodern British Literature   – Feb 12, 10h (A 105)
British Modern Novel and the British Empire  – Feb 16, 10h (A 314)
Croatian American Ethnic Literature  -Feb 15, 9h (A 105)
A Historical Survey of the Fantastic in British Literature Feb 12, 10h (A 105)
The History and the Paradigms of American Studies 1  –  Feb 15, 9h (A 105)
Predrafaelitizam – Feb 16, 10h (A 314)
English Baroque Poetry – Feb 3, 10h (A 105); Feb 10, 12h (A 105) and Feb 24, 11h (A 105); Sept 14, 14h (A 105) and Sept 21, 12h (A 105)

For courses held in Summer Semester:

The United States Now  (Grgas) – Aug 29, 9h (A 105)
Theory and History of the Novel in English  – Aug 29, 9h (A 105)
The History and the Paradigms of American Studies 2  – Aug 29, 9h (A 105
Narrative DissemiNation of Australia – Sept 15, 10h (A 123)
Henry James i Edith Wharton: simptomatika američkog modernizma – Aug 29, 9h (A 105)
Cultural Aspects of American Neoliberalism  Aug 29, 9h (A 105)
English Baroque Poetry  – June 15, 12h (A 105) and Aug 31, 11h (A 105); Sept 14, 14h (A 105) and Sept 21, 12h (A 105)
– Prof. Reising’s courses (ISVU):  June 17, 2016,  for both
American Poetry From the Beginnings to the Twentieth Century (undergraduate) and
The 1960s in American Film, Literature, and Music (graduate).

Additional Examination Dates (linguistic courses) 2014-2015

ADDITIONAL EXAMINATION DATES 2014-2015
(undergraduate and graduate linguistic courses)

 

April 20, 14.45h, room A-216, prijave u ISVU ili mejlom na mgrubisic@ffzg.hr

– bolonjski program – Uvod u lingvistički studij, Semantika, Kognitivna lingvistika, Povijest engleskog jezika, Leksikologija i leksikografija

May 15,  12.30h, room A-314, prijave u ISVU ili mejlom na jaculig@ffzg.hr

– bolonjski program – Sintaksa 2, Psiholingvistika

24.11. 8 – 10h, room A216 – send an e-mail to mgrubisic@ffzg.hr 
Courses: Introduction to the linguistic study, Syntax 2, Semantics; Cognitive linguistics, History of the English language, Lexicology (ling. and trans.), Psycholinguistics (ling.),
 
11.12. 12:30 – 14h, A123 – send an e-mail to vbroz@ffzg.hr
Courses: Introduction to the linguistic study, Semantics;
Cognitive linguistics,  History of the English Language (ling.), Lexicology (ling. and trans.); Syntax 2, Psycholinguistics

Posted on Oct 29 2014

 

 

Additional Examination Dates (linguistic courses) 2013-2014-archive

ADDITIONAL EXAMINATION DATES 2013-2014
(undergraduate and graduate linguistic courses)

undergraduate courses: Syntax 1; Syntax 2,
graduate courses: Psycholinguistics
(ling.); Sociolinguistics (ling.+ trans.)
26. 11. 2013. at 11:45h, room A216
5. 5. 2014.  at 14:45, room A-123.  send an e-mail to izovko@ffzg.hr

undergraduate courses: Introduction to the linguistic study, Semantics
graduate courses: Lexicology
(ling. and trans.); History of the English Language (ling.)
27. 11. 2013. at 16:15h, room A216

5. 5. 2014.  at 14:45, room A-123.  send an e-mail to mgrubisic@ffzg.hr

undergraduate courses: Contemporary English Language 3; Analysis of English Texts
20. 11. 2013. at 10h, room B014

17. 12. 2013. at 10h, room B014

Posted on Nov 9, 2013


 

 

 

 

 

Exam Schedule: Year 3

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMME
EXAM SCHEDULE 2018-2019
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YEAR 3

Course title Winter examination term (Feb 2019) date/time/room Summer examination term (June 2019) date/time/room/ Autumn examination term (Aug/Sep 2019) date/time/room
Semantics of the English Language 4.2. 12:00 D V 17.6. 9:00 A 105 26.8. 9:00 A 105
11.2. 12:00 D V 24.6. 9:00 A 105 2.9. 9:00 A 105
18.2. 12:00 D V 1.7. 9:00 A 105 9.9. 9:00 A 105
Cultures of the USA and the UK* 20.2. 12:00 A 314 11.6. 12:00 A 314 18.9. 12:00 A 314
                 
Translation Exercises*                  
20.2. 12:00 A 314 11.6. 12:00 A 314 18.9. 12:00 A 314
                 
Phonetics and Phonology*       21.6. 16:00 D VI 13.9. 16:00 D VI

* The final grade in Phonetics and Phonology is based on continuous assessment.
** The final grade in all literary courses is based on continuous assessment. The additional examination dates shall be organized for students who have fulfilled all elements of continuous assessment (regular attendance, preparation for and participation in class, writing small assignments, obligatory sitting for midterm and/or endterm exams, timely submission of the final paper), but have failed the midterm and/or endterm exam. For further reference, see specific course.

NB: Students enrolled via ISVU system should register for exams via Studomat. Registration period depends on the examination date. Subsequent registration is not possible after the expiry of a given registration period. Registration is obligatory for all courses, including those based on continuous evaluation.

Additional examination dates (2017/18): for literary courses click here

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♦ All subsequent changes shall be indicated in bold.

 

Exam schedule: Year 2

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMME
Exam Schedule 2018-2019
____________________________________________________________________________

YEAR 2

Course title Winter examination term (Feb 2019) date/time/room Summer examination term (June 2019) date/time/room/ Autumn examination term (Aug/Sep 2019) date/time/room
Contemporary English Language III 28.1. 13:00 D VII 11.6. 14:00 D VII 4.9. 14:00 D IV
6.2. 8:00 D VII 18.6. 16:00 D VII 11.9. 14:00 D IV
13.2. 16:00 D VII 28.6. 16:00 D VII 18.9. 14:00 D IV
Analysis of English Texts 28.1. 13:00 D VII 11.6. 14:00 D VII 4.9. 14:00 D IV
6.2. 8:00 D VII 18.6. 16:00 D VII 11.9. 14:00 D IV
13.2. 16:00 D VII 28.6. 16:00 D VII 18.9. 14:00 D IV
English Syntax 2: The Sentence 6.2. 10:00 D V 12.6. 9:00 A 105 4.9. 9:00 A 105
13.2. 10:00 D V 3.7. 16:00 D V 11.9. 9:00 A 105
20.2. 10:00 D V 10.7. 10:00 D V 18.9. 9:00 A 105

* The final grade of in all literary courses is based on continuous assessment. The additional examination dates shall be organized for students who have fulfilled all elements of continuous assessment (regular attendance, preparation for and participation in class, writing small assignments, obligatory sitting for midterm and/or endterm exams, timely submission of the final paper), but have failed the midterm and/or endterm exam. For further reference, see specific course.

NB: Students enrolled via ISVU system should register for exams via Studomat. Registration period depends on the examination date. Subsequent registration is not possible after the expiry of a given registration period. Registration is obligatory for all courses, including those based on continuous evaluation.

Additional examination dates (2017/18): for literary courses click here
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
♦ All subsequent changes shall be indicated in bold

 

Exam Schedule: Year 1

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMME
EXAM SCHEDULE  2018-2019
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YEAR I

Course title Winter examination term (Feb 2019) date/time/room

Summer examination term (June 2019) date/time/room/

Autumn examination term (Aug/Sep 2019) date/time/room

Contemporary English Language I 29.1. 14:00 D VII 12.6. 16:00 D VII 3.9. 14:00 D VII
5.2. 16:00 D VII 19.6. 8:00 D VII 10.9. 14:00 D VII
12.2. 12:00 D VII 26.6. 8:00 D VII 17.9. 14:00 D VII

Contemporary English Language II

29.1. 14:00 D VII 12.6. 16:00 D VII 3.9. 14:00 D VII
5.2. 16:00 D VII 19.6. 8:00 D VII 10.9. 14:00 D VII
12.2. 12:00 D VII 26.6. 8:00 D VII 17.9. 14:00 D VII
Introduction to the Linguistic Study of English 4.2. 12:00 D V 17.6. 9:00 A 105 26.8. 9:00 A 105
11.2. 12:00 D V 24.6. 9:00 A 105 2.9. 9:00 A 105
18.2. 12:00 D V 1.7. 9:00 A 105 9.9. 9:00 A 105
English Syntax 1: Word Classes 6.2. 10:00 D VI 18.6. 14:00 D VII 26.8. 10:00 D VII
13.2. 10:00 D VI 3.7. 16:00 D VII 2.9. 10:00 D VII
20.2. 10:00 D VI 10.7. 13:00 D VII 9.9. 10:00 D VII

 

Introduction to English Literature I*

15.2. 10:00 D VII
21.6. 10:00 D V
13.9. 10:00 D V
Introduction to English Literature II*

21.6. 10:00 D V
13.9. 10:00 D V

* Evaluation  method: continuous assessment.
NB: Students enrolled via ISVU system should register for exams via Studomat. Registration period depends on the examination date. Subsequent registration is not possible after the expiry of a given registration period. Registration is obligatory for all courses, including those based on continuous evaluation.

_____________________________________________________________________________________________
♦ All subsequent changes shall be indicated in bold.