Summer School of Central European Culture and History


Course supervisor


Viktor Korček, Ph.D. et MBA et B.A.

Study load

Classes are held in the morning and afternoon.

Course objectives & General description

  • This course covers three main topics such as Czech and Central European History including Religion Issues, Czech Culture and Civilization and Comparative European politics.

The first part of this course is all about history, students will meet with some interesting historical facts about Bohemia and Moravia and also about people and tribes that lived in this territory.

Another part of this course covers the development of the country in the heart of Europe. The features of the course are designed as a unique insight into Czech history and politics throughout several periods of time.

The last part of this course is meant for students with different educational backgrounds but with strong interest in Czechoslovak, Czech and Central European political developments during and after the democratic revolutions 1989. We hope that students from different countries will be encouraged and will feel free to actively participate in debates and also enrich these debates with their experience.

Target group

Students with interest in Central European history and politics and want to get to know this part of the world better.

English is recommended at least at A2 or B1 levels.

Course dates

July 10, 2017 – July 23, 2017 (two weeks, full course)
July 10, 2017 – July 29, 2017 (three weeks, with library and sightseeing free time)


Prague, Czech Republic


Two Credits + International Certificate for all participants

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