The Czech Republic underwent an intense transformation process in the early 1990s, not only transforming its political situation but the transition affected its economy, society as well as legal base. We want to draw on this knowledge and use it to understand how this process gets replicated in other countries around the world which are undergoing their own transformation/transition processes.
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. You can also gain 8 ECTS credits.
Come to a vivid community in the Eastern part of the Czech Republic for a three week summer program to gain knowledge, experience, and long-lasting friendships.
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-Accommodation in Brno and on field trips
-Transportation to and from all field trips
-Some meals such as welcome dinner or farewell party
-Admission to museums and other cultural institutions relevantly connected to the program
-So much more!
Students from Masaryk University partner institutions can get a EUR 500 waiver.