The Masaryk University Summer School consists of more than 20 courses, which will take place between May and August of this year.
This summer, Masaryk University presents a wide range of courses to those students who wish to take advantage of these months to complement their training. The course offer is mainly structured around three training axes:
- Lab internships. STEM students will intern (250 hours) in the university laboratories.
- Social Sciences. Students will participate in various training courses aimed at getting to know the rich historical, economic and political heritage of Central Europe.
- Medical Summer School. Students will gain during three weeks of practical experience in anatomy, physiology and clinical skills in acute patients.
In addition to training, in these courses students will have the opportunity to visit Prague, Budapest and Vienna. Besides getting to know these cities, they will complement the academic knowledge acquired in Brno with visits to institutions such as Radio Free Europe, the United Nations headquarters in Vienna, the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries or the Hungarian Parliament.
These Summer School courses are coordinated by the Centre for International Cooperation and the various faculties of Masaryk University. For more information on the courses offered, you can visit the Summer School page on its website.