• International Law and Human Rights - winter

    International Law and Human Rights - winter

    "The lecturers were fantastic and very well informed! They were very passionate about their topics and made it interesting and fun to learn. The great thing about human rights is that there is plenty to debate, and the lecturers left room for hearty discussion! It didn't matter how much you knew before you came, you walked away with a working knowledge of basic human rights protection."

International Law and Human Rights (winter school)

Engulf yourself in the work of human rights and international law in this thought provoaking intensive 3-week course. Located in the judicial capital of the Czech Republic, students will attend classes on a range of subjects including European Union Law, Human Rights and Constitutional Law, as well as visit places such as the Ombudsman’s office, the Constitutional Court in Brno. To expand on this experience, students travel to Budapest, Prague and Vienna for site visits including, but not limited to, the Open Society Institute in Budapest, Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Prague and the United Nations office in Vienna.

This programme uniquely offers students to be taught by esteemed professors, and current members of the court.  

Dates and Fees

Dates: January 24-February 14, 2021

Trips: Prague, Vienna, and Budapest

Cost: €2200

  • €100 discount for all students who apply before October 20. An additional €400 discount is provided to our partner university students.
  • Includes: tuition, housing in Brno, transportation during the program, housing and breakfast on weekend excursions, some social events
  • Not included: meals, travel to and from Brno, personal expenses (students should estimate about €400-1000 depending on their spending habits)

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Denisa Walková

Organized by Centre for International Cooperation


  • Application deadline:
    1 November

Office hours

Office hours are cancelled until the beginning of the new academic year. During July and August, students can come to sign the Erasmus+ Participant's Contract only after arranging a meeting. In other cases, please contact us by e-mail or phone.

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