23 July 2017
Central European Culture and History
The first two days the interactive lectures will cover national diversity and secularization, the reflection of migration, Central European history and law. Students work on different projects in mini-teams to debate, examine and explore the important challenges the Central Europeans face today.
Another day of this course covers the development of the country in the heart of Europe. The features of the course are designed as a unique insight into Czech history and politics throughout several periods of time in the context of European history.
The last two days of first week are meant for students with different academic backgrounds but with strong interest in Czechoslovak, and Central European political developments during and after the democratic revolutions 1989. We hope that students from different countries will be encouraged and will feel free to actively participate in debates and also enrich these debates with their experience.
The course ends second week with several thematic field trips around Prague and the Czech Republic
Petr Hajek, Ph.D.
All international students interested in learning more about Central European Culture, history and society during their stay in Prague.
During the programme participants will extensively enrich their knowledge and expertise of Central European history, traditions of modern society and culture in regional context.
EUR 850: Course price €850, includes selected social activities listed in the programme, equipment and Prague airport transfer.
EUR 495: Accommodation in 4star hotel €495 - includes accommodation with wifi, breakfast, two evening meals (the First day – Greetings & The end of summer school – Certificate award dinner).
Two scholarships are available to international students of outstanding academic merit and with a strong personal statement. There is no separate application for these scholarships. They will be awarded once all applications have been considered to the tw