International Relations and Threats to Global Security

This intensive and dynamic course involves academic classes, active group work, guest presentations and field trips. It is ideal for students studying international relations, politics, security studies or policing, criminal studies, international relations, history or international law. The programme is ideally located for students to be able to gain a regional perspective on both the historical and modern aspects as well as military and non-military security threats to international security.

Dates 30 June to 21 July 2019
Level bachelor
Credits 8 ECTS, see more at here
Price 2200 EUR (housing and trips included)
500 EUR discount for students from partner institutions
Field trips to Prague (two nights), Budapest (two nights), Vienna (two nights)
Organized by Centre for International Cooperation
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Application deadline 31 March 2019
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Students' perspectives on the course

“This program was without a doubt the best way to study. You get positioned in Central Europe in the middle of summer with several like-minded, motivated individuals who want to engage thoughtfully, and the content was established well enough that the whole trip flowed cohesively. The teachers were engaging, the program was well laid out, and a cold beer tastes so good when the sun beats down in Brno.”

“Overall, the whole experience was excellent and is definitely one of the best parts of my university degree. The program merged academic study, cultural experiences, and fun into every part of the day. Being able to study and enjoy foreign cultures and countries with the best group of fellow students was by far the best part of the trip.”

“The highlight of the program for me was actually the course itself. International Security in the Modern World had a very European perspective on security and was really insightful. The lecturers were amazing, and highly knowledgeable in their areas, and also they were good out of class also for a drink or two and a chat. Overall just a really relaxed and amazing course which really opens your eyes to how European security works.”

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Monday 12–14
Tuesday 9–11
Wednesday 12–15
Thursday 13–15
Friday by appointment

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Created by: Jakub Maca and Jiri Petrzelka