The summer 2022 academic offering includes two programmes, eleven intensive courses and research lab internships in the fields of political and social sciences, microbiology, biology, ecology, toxicology, chemistry, among others.

Masaryk University, through its Centre for International Cooperation, opens its Summer School in 2022 to students from the Compostela Group of Universities.

The academic offer is recognised by the organising University with European transfer credits and includes three-week programmes (6 ECTS), 8/10-week internships (between 6 and 10 ECTS) and 2-week intensive courses (between 2 and 4 ECTS), in the areas of social sciences, politics, biology, biochemistry and archaeology, among many others.

In addition to the teaching offer, students will be able to enjoy cultural and academic activities in the local and neighbouring environment through visits to Radio Free Europe, the United Nations (UN), the Hungarian Parliament, the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and other entities and organisations in Prague, Budapest, Krakow, Auschwitz and Vienna.

Registration includes tuition, accommodation, 24/7 support, transport, socio-cultural programming and accommodation on at least three weekend trips for students on programmes and internships, and a day trip to Prague or Vienna for students on intensive courses.

Fees range from 1000€ to 3350€, with attractive discounts of 100€ to 400€ for partner universities, and 200€ for early bird enrolment before 15 February 2022.

The deadline to register is 15 April 2022 and to enrol in the intensive courses is 15 May 2022. Those interested should use the online application form provided by Masaryk University.

Find the most relevant information about this academic and cultural offer here and all the details of the Summer School in the following link.