7 February 2021
Central Europe and European Integrationblended course
In collaboration with the International Relations Office, the Faculty of Law organizes the Winter School of Central Europe & European Integration. In 2 comprehensive weeks, students are given the chance to familiarize themselves with the history and role of Central Europe within the EU.
The program includes field trips around Central Europe and its capitals:
-Prague, Czech Republic
-Dolni Morava, Czech Republic
Niels Hexspoor (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Students interested in learning more about the history of the Central European region and its relation to and position within the EU.
Upon passing a final test, students can receive up to 4 ECTS-credits.
EUR 750: The fee includes:
-Accommodation for the duration of the program
-Certificate of Attendance (transcripts with ECTS credits available only after successfully finishing the program)
The fee does not include:
-Transport to and from the Czech Republic
-Costs for obtaining passport, visa or other travel documents, insurance etc.
The participant must have travel insurance, medical and accident insurances.