Joint Master in International Relations: Europe from the Visegrad Perspective

4. 5. 2020 | Study in the Czech Republic

master programme in International RelationsMasaryk University in Brno participates in the joint Master’s degree programme in international relations which is carried out within the framework of the VNDREAM network. The network consists of: Jagiellonian University in Kraków (Poland), Masaryk University (Czech Republic), University of Pecs (Hungary) and Matej Bel University in Banska Bystrica (Slovakia). The programme offers a unique opportunity to study international relations, European politics, economy, society & culture from the perspective of the Visegrad region.

Enrolled students at the joint programme taught in English can look forward to lectures on major developments in contemporary international law, economics, politics and culture in light of the European integration processes seen from the standpoint of the Visegrad region brought by experienced faculty of the leading universities from the Visegrad region as well as visiting professors and guest lecturers from renowned international academic and diplomatic institutions.

The programme lasts 4 semesters. The overall workload corresponds to a total of 120 ECTS. Upon the completion of all requirements of the programme students obtain a joint degree equivalent to a title of the Master of Arts in accordance with national nomenclature of the partner universities.

Students spend each semester at each partner university in the following order:

1st semester – Jagiellonian University

2nd semester – Masaryk University

3rd semester – University of Pécs

4th semester – Matej Bel University

The programme is designed for students who hold university degree equivalent to a bachelor education or higher in humanities, social sciences, economics and law with excellent knowledge of English and outstanding motivation. Prospective students will be chosen upon evaluation of their written applications.

The tuition fees for the programme are 8 000 €/programme for EU students and 11 500 €/programme for non-EU students. The tuition fees are paid in four installments. There are also various scholarship options for students at Masaryk University.

Applications are now open for autumn 2020. If you want to find out more about the joint programme, go to the website of Masaryk University.

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