Study opportunities at CEVRO
CEVRO Institute might not be the biggest university in the Czech Republic but it offers some intriguing study programmes and extra-curriculum study opportunities we’ve covered already. If you’re interested in economics, business and politics, be sure to check them out! Their Open Day is on 17 August 2022 at 4 PM.
The good news is that you don’t have to commit to a full-time study right away if you’d like to experience CEVRO. The institute organises the event called Summer University in Prague on 19-22 September 2022. The topic is The Role of Small States in the European Union you can attend lectures of top Czech and foreign experts in the field, all in English.
You still have time to apply as the deadline for applications is 30 August. The price is 500 Euro and includes accommodation and meals. You’ll be able to learn about the role of small EU states in the formation of trans-Atlantic security, the Visegrad group, balance of power between small and large states in the EU, Moldova and the Eastern partnership, the Cyprus question, the Greek economic crisis and other topics.
Promoting a gap year
Your parents might not be thrilled about you taking a gap year but CEVRO Institute supports it wholeheartedly. Of course, a productive gap year! The institute offers a year-long programme during which you can sign up for five undergraduate courses per semester covering topics like political science, international relations, history and economic policy. Read our article to learn how to make your gap year count.
Full-time study programmes
Economics, Business, Politics is a 3-year-long study programme in English. If you’d love to obtain high-quality education on modern market economies and entrepreneurship within globalised economy, this is the right choice for you. You’ll study subjects such as business economics, money and banking, financial markets, corporate finance, international finance, strategic decision-making, economic politics, private sector and many others. The tuition fee is 8600 EUR for the whole programme.
Philosophy, Politics, Economics is a follow-up master programme and if you studied their previous programme, it comes with no admission procedure, no administrative fee and a 10% discount on tuition. If you wish to become a real expert in this field and gain a deep understanding of current economic and political processes, don’t hesitate. The tuition fee is 8400 EUR for the whole programme.
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