Accounting, Anthropology, Art and Design, Art History, Communication, Computer Science, Cross-cultural and Global Studies, Digital Media Studies, Economics, Finance, Foreign Language, General Business, History, Humanities, Legal Studies, Literature, Management, Marketing, Other, Philosophy, Professional Writing, Psychology, Public Service Leadership, Sociology, Statistics, Women's and Gender Studies
Choose courses from Anglo-American University's (AAU) full curriculum: More than 100 courses, all taught in English, across a range of disciplines. You'll attend class with local Czech and other international students, creating a truly integrated experience. Many courses incorporate an active learning style that takes you out of the classroom and into the city, lending real-world context to lessons learned in class. AAU's five schools—Business Administration, Humanities & Social Sciences, Journalism, International Relations & Diplomacy, and Law—provide you with diverse course options to meet your academic interests. Since the program is so robust, you may consider the following thematic tracks to focus your studies: Culture & Politics in Central Europe, Visual Arts in Central Europe, and Certificate in Central European Jewish Studies.
Our partner, Anglo-American University (AAU), is Prague’s oldest private university. With a strong focus on international students, AAU offers more than 100 courses across its five schools. Courses are taught in English; you’ll attend class alongside local Czech and other international students from more than 50 countries. AAU’s stunning campus is located in the 17th century Thurn-Taxis Palace in the central Mala Strana neighborhood, adjacent to the CEA Prague Office and within walking distance of the Charles Bridge and other notable historic sites. Students will receive a transcript from the Anglo-American University upon completion of their program.
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.