World in Transition and Central European Transformation

The program provides a broad understanding of state transformation issues in general and from the practical experience of the Czech Republic and its Central European neighbors draws knowledge for potential use in other countries around the world which are undergoing their own transformation/transition process. During the course students will gradually learn to understand various dimensions of a major transformation process – starting with sociological and political aspects, moving towards the economic side and concluding with the legal issues. The course is designed as an interdisciplinary forum, thus primarily, but not necessarily, it should engage students of social and humanity-related fields – Political Science, Law, Economics and Sociology.

Dates 16 June to 7 July 2019
Level Bachelor
Credits 8 ECTS, see more here
Price 1800 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 15 March 2019
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Students' perspectives on the course

“All lecturers were brilliant in their areas. Overall each lecturer was most accommodating of the different backgrounds of the students and enriched the learning experience.”

“Excellent academic program with travel and adventure built in. Most accommodating university staff I've ever encountered. Brno is the best!”

“This was an amazing experience - three weeks in beautiful Brno, four countries and capitals Prague, Budapest, Bratislava, Vienna. Wonderful people, places and program, overall one of the most memorable experiences of my life”

“It was one of the best experiences of my life, thank you to everyone who helped make it so wonderful!”

“All staff involved were very kind and went out of their way to make our stay comfortable and enjoyable. They were also very approachable if we had any academic and/or other queries. Further, they were they very sociable (a trait lacking in my home uni academic staff). Overall, great programme, great staff, great location.”

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