When you are thinking about which university to choose after successfully completing high school or a previous higher education program, it is important to consider your options. One of those is undoubtedly Anglo-American University (AAU) in Prague, the oldest private institution of higher education in the Czech Republic, and one of the oldest in the region. Since its foundation in 1990, AAU has quickly established itself as a leader among today’s European universities and a favorite study abroad destination.
With curricula that draw on the best of British and American teaching practice, balanced with Central European tradition, AAU offers students small class sizes, interactive study programs, flexible schedules, and dynamic instructors from top schools all around the world (including Cambridge, Harvard, Stanford and Yale). Our watch-words are the pursuit of excellence, respect for individual interests, and presenting an open, international environment to students from all over the world.
Hard work and diligence are encouraged by our generous system of merit scholarships, which offer full or partial tuition waivers to students with excellent grade point averages (GPA). Top students may achieve up to 100% coverage of tuition fees. And as a non-profit, we reinvest 100% of our funds into academic development.
AAU is divided into five schools: the School of Business Administration, the School of International Relations and Diplomacy, the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, the School of Journalism, and the John H. Carey II School of Law. Together, these five provide a wide range of Bachelor and Master Degree programs, catering to diverse academic and professional interests. Erasmus and other international exchanges with over 40 study abroad destinations are available to suitably qualified students. We regularly send students to Hawaii, Australia, Korea, Taiwan and all over Western Europe.
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About Central and East European Studies: Visegrad in Contact and Conflict with East Europe
The bachelors program in Central and East European Studies: Visegrad in Contact and Conflict with East Europeis a part of the School of International Relations and Diplomacy. The program provides a multifaceted perspective on the geographical territory of Visegrad in contact and conflict with Eastern Europe, reveals the countries’ identities, historical boundaries and political formations in relation to one another. It also acknowledges social and ethnic groups that inhabit both regions. It offers an interdisciplinary education in Central and East European history, anthropology, politics and security, as well as media, arts, culture and intellectual history.
The program is taught in English with elective discussion seminars in Russian in 14 of the program’s courses. The inclusion of a language component creates opportunities for students to learn a range of Central and East European languages including Czech, German, Polish and Russian.
Graduates are in a position to accept a range of employment opportunities in multiple fields, especially where knowledge of Central and East European issues and outstanding language skills are an asset: government and business administration at local, national and international levels, media and publishing, cultural diplomacy and management and tourism.
“AAU is a truly unique university.I like how international it is and how it enables students to get to know other cultures more closely and learn to be more open and tolerant. This is the case especially with Central and East European Studies, a program which concentrates on the political, economic and socio-cultural role of Central and Eastern Europe. It allows students to learn how the peoples of the region have affected one another in the past, and also to learn more about that relationship in the present.” Ekaterina Chernysheva (Russia)
Prague’s Old Town Square at twilight, Photo and caption by John Namako, National Geographic
Anglo-American University is offering 50% scholarships to first year students in Central and East European Studies: Visegrad in Contact and Conflict with East Europe. Scholarship candidates must fulfill all standard requirements for admission to an AAU bachelor’s degree program. It will be granted for the first academic year (up to 10 courses).
For more program and scholarship information, contact DarimaBatorova at the School of International Relations and Diplomacy: email@example.com.
For more information about the Visegrad fund that is closely tied to this program please visit: www.visegradfund.org
Visit the official CEES program website: www.cees.aauni.edu
Find us on Facebook for program updates: www.facebook.com/ceesaauni
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AAU prides itself on being more than a simple educational institution. We strive to be a source of support and inspiration to students throughout their education, a place where lifelong friendships are formed and where the first steps are taken toward realizing dreams. Anglo-American University takes care that the relations its students have built with the university and one another can continue long after graduation.