- Associate Provost Int'l Programs
- Int'l Degree & Education Abroad
- Int'l Student Advising & Services
- Int'l Scholar & Faculty Services
Mendel University: Mendel University, named for the famous geneticist, was established in 1919 and today boasts a student population of 5,000 students. The Business Department offers Bachelor, Master, and Doctorate degrees and has a total enrollment of 1,600 students.
Long considered the cultural crossroads of Europe, the Czech Republic (site of the ancient kingdom of Bohemia) has had a profound influence upon other European countries and cultures. With the breakup of Czechoslovakia, the republic became the youngest member nation of the European Union and NATO.
Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic. Rich in culture, Brno has castles, cathedrals, museums, zoos, gardens, and is a venue for the World Moto Grand Prix. As the economic seat of Morevia, it is the site of many international trade fairs and exhibitions. It’s location as part of the Central European Railroad Junction linking Budapest, Prague, Berlin, and Scandinavia makes Brno an ideal hub for travel throughout Europe.
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Students take courses at the CIEE study center, Charles University, and at FAMU, a renowned film academy in Prague and the oldest film school in Europe. This program is appropriate for students with a strong background in film studies and a desire to develop the skills necessary to work professionally in the film industry. It is designed for students with specific training and interest in film production or screenwriting and combines both theoretical and practical instruction and activities led by film professionals at one of Europe’s most renowned film schools.
Because of its innumerable characteristic steeples, Prague is called the hundred towered city. The newly joined EU member is a perfect example of the tumultuous and steady development of a society—most recently transitioning from its communist past. Even though the population is only 1.2 million, Prague has an unusually rich cultural life: festivals, operas, concerts, and cultural programs, and many of these events are accessible on a student budget. CIEE students experience life similar to that of Czech students and make use of numerous neighborhoods of the city like native Praguers.
Overall GPA 2.75
Recommended course in general European studies, particularly Central European, in any of the following disciplines: history, sociology, economics, political science, language, or literature
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