This year Masaryk University is offering four online courses at its Summer Schools, which will run from June to August.
Masaryk University is adapting the programme of its Summer Schools to the current circumstances, which lead to a reduction in international mobility due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and therefore proposes online training.
During the courses, which will take place from June to August 2020, students will broaden their knowledge of subjects related to the environment, communication, law, or international relations. The courses will be taught by experts in these areas, who will provide a Central European perspective. They will involve students in debates that will help them improve their intercultural communication skills, through teamwork to make presentations on the topics above-mentioned.
In addition, the training will include virtual visits to the United Nations seat in Vienna and Radio Free Europe, where students will attend a conference related to the course content and will be able to ask questions to experts in the field.
Online Summer Schools Programme 2020
The offer of Masaryk University Online Summer Schools 2020 includes the following courses:
- Global Perspectives: Media, Communication, Culture. 20 July – 5 August 2020. 6 ECTS.
- International Law and Human Rights. 13 – 29 July 2020. 6 ECTS.
- International Relations and Threats to Global Security. 6-22 July 2020. 8 ECTS.
- World in Transition and Central European Transformation. 20 July – 5 August 2020. 8 ECTS.
The registration fee for each one is 700 euros, but the university offers a discount of 100 euros to students who register before 1 June 2020.