Founded in 1919, the University of Economics, Prague is the leading university in the field of management and economics in the Czech Republic. The university has six academic departments: the Faculties of Finance and Accounting, International Relations, Business Administration, Statistics, Informatics, and Economics and Public Administration.
The Central and East European Studies Program (CESP) is offered through the University of Economics, Prague. The CESP focuses on issues of Central and East European economies, societies and cultures. All courses are taught completely in English, and the program aims to review the past and to explore the present and future of developing economies, societies, politics, and languages of Central and East European countries.
The Czech Republic is a region rich in history and culture. Situated in the center of Europe, or as Czechs proudly say “in the heart of Europe,” it is a bridge between East and West, both geographically and culturally.
The University of Economics is located in the center of Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. It is within a couple minutes walk from historical monuments, medieval churches and other sites soaked with history. Prague is an extremely popular city in the eastern European region. In this city, a long and rich history is combined with rapid industrial growth and a modern city life.
CESP study tours – CESP students can take part in up to three weekend field trips to various cities and sites in the Czech Republic and neighboring countries. Study tours are held as a part of students' individual courses. Attending these tours is an important part of being a student at CESP and gaining practical knowledge about the Czech Republic.
Studying abroad at University of Economics through the Central European Studies Program in Prague, Czech Republic, is available as a semester abroad program in the Fall or Spring semesters or for a full academic year abroad.
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