March 3-4: Masaryk Days in Brno

2. 3. 2020 | Study in the Czech Republic

Masaryk university open dayUpon the 170th anniversary of T. G. Masaryk’s birth, Masaryk University is launching a new cycle of lectures to hold debates on current social topics regularly. The cycle will include topical lectures and debates among renowned experts both from Czech and foreign academic environment and the programme will also feature interesting cultural and social events.

The first year of the Masaryk Days will take place on Tuesday 3 March and Wednesday 4 March at the in Brno. The theme of the first year of the Masaryk Days in 2020 is Talks about Democracy.

The programme includes a lecture by a prominent American historian, Professor Andrew J. O’Shaughnessy, an interesting debate featuring notable personalities of the Czech academic, social and cultural scene. The programme is accompanied by the Concert for T. G. Masaryk and a film projection in the University cinema Scala.

You can find a detail programme of Masaryk Days 2020 here.

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