• Literature, History and Culture in Central Europe

    Literature, History and Culture in Central Europe

    "My class could have the opportunity to made the private discussion with the authors after the end of the session. That was really help me so much to understand about the Author’s point of view and also to really know about the reason behind of the Author’s writing. In the private discussion, we usually discussed about the background of the writer’s story and the author’s real experience as a writer."

Literature, History and Culture in Central Europe

Each year, this program aligns with the Authors’ Reading Month, the largest literary festival in Central Europe. Students will learn about the history, culture and literature of the honored country, this year is Hungary. In the evening’s students attend readings by a different Hungarian Author every night, after which they enjoy private discussions with the authors. During the day the students will learn about Hungarian history, literature and culture from different professors. Trips to Košice, Slovakia, where there is a large Hungarian minority, and Budapest, Hungary will give practical exposure to the classes and readings.  

Why this program: Students will not only learn in the classroom, but also travel to Budapest, Hungary and Košice, Slovakia to learn more about Hungarian culture.

Learning outcomes: This program is designed to give students an understanding Hungarian literature, history and culture.

Credits: Students will receive 6 ECTS upon successful completion of this course.

Dates and Fees

Dates: TBD

Cost: The cost of this program is €1500, with a €500 discount for partner universities.

Tuition includes:

  • Transportation for the weekend trips (Budapest, Hungary and Košice, Slovakia)
  • Accommodation in Brno and weekend trips
  • Tuition for the summer school
  • Academic trips
  • Breakfast on weekend trips (at the hotel only)
  • Opening and Closing receptions
  • Culture activities around Brno

Students should budget an additional €400-1000 depending on their spending habits for food in Brno (breakfast, lunch, dinner), weekend trips (lunch and dinner) and fun "optional" activities in Brno, Prague, Vienna, and Budapest (the underground labyrinth in Brno, Budapest baths, bars, etc.)

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Denisa Walková

Organized by Centre for International Cooperation and Authors’ Reading Month


  • Application Deadline
    March 15

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Due to anti-covid regulations at national and university levels, we receive students only after arranging a meeting. In other cases, please contact us by e-mail or phone.

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Created by: Jakub Maca and Jiri Petrzelka