17 July 2022
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Birth and Death of Democracy?
The program provides a broad understanding of state transformation issues in general and from the practical experience of the Czech Republic and its Central European neighbours draws knowledge for potential use in other countries around the world which are undergoing their own transformation/transition process. During the course students will gradually learn to understand various dimensions of a major transformation process – starting with sociological and political aspects, moving towards the economic side and concluding with the legal issues. The course is designed as an interdisciplinary forum, thus primarily, but not necessarily, it should engage students of social and humanity-related fields – Political Science, Law, Economics and Sociology.
WHY THIS PROGRAMME
Students will not only learn in the classroom, but also travel to Prague, Budapest, and Vienna visiting organizations that provide a depth of information.
Ing. Mgr. Richard Turcsányi, Ph.D.
Students will leave this course understanding the transformation of Central Europe and apply their learnings to other countries around the world through final projects and papers.
It is possible to receive an extra 2 extra ECTS for a total of 8 ECTS with extra assignments
EUR 2000: DISCOUNT
200 EUR discount for students who apply and commit by 15 February
400 EUR discount for students from partner institutions
- Transportation for the weekend trips (Prague, Vienna, Budapest)
- Accommodation in Brno and weekend trips
- Tuition for the summer school
- Academic trips (Hungarian parliament, Radio Free Europe, UN, etc.)
- Opening and Closing receptions
- Culture activities around Brno
Students should budget an additional €400-1000 depending on their spending habits for food in Brno (breakfast, lunch, dinner), weekend trips (lunch and dinner) and fun "optional" activities in Brno, Prague, Vienna, and Budapest (the underground labyrinth in Brno, Budapest baths, bars, etc.)
EUR 1800: 200 EUR discount for students who apply and commit by 15 February
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