Studijná program Euroculture, UP / Euroculture Study Programme, UP
The Erasmus Mundus Master Course Euroculture is a unique, multilingual, interdisciplinary and inter-university project that combines theoretical knowledge and practical skills (Eurocompetence). It is a master programme that takes aprox. 18 months with the award of a M.A. degree. Students spend the first semester at one university of their choice. During the second semester, the student is placed in one of the network´s host universities, and in the third semester the mobility pattern is based on the choice of the selected profile (either at home or at another host university). The main objective of this component is to acquire advanced knowledge and research skills related to European culture by developing an insight into a selected number of themes and issues that focus on interrelated fields. The aim is to acquaint students with the main theoretical and methodological concepts and approaches concerning each field, as well as teach them to reflect on core issues of these fields. Website in Czech and English. Filozofická fakulta Univerzity Palackého - Katedra historie Na Hradě 5 771 80 Olomouc
ArtMill lies in the heart of Central Europe, in the Bohemian countryside, on a lake, in the Czech Republic. There is organized an international school of creativity for youth. ArtMill provides programs for University Students, and High School groups with a variety of workshops and classes; Children ages 6–12, and Youth up to age 16, can participate in a summer camp. A wide variety of classes are offered in Art, Music, Languages, and Dance, as well as Horseback riding, Swimming, and Hiking. University Groups take part in a "Master’s Program", wherein top Czech artists come to do intensive 1–2 week workshops with the students. Fresh food from the garden and fields give the students lunch each day, as well as providing first hand experience in Agriculture, Herbal Lore and Crafts, and Organic Cooking. All students have a chance to participate in a working farm, collecting eggs from the chickens or milking the goat, and interact with and draw the other animals that live there also: ponies, doves, dogs, cats and, of course, rabbits. Website in Czech and English.
Miřenice 36 341 01 Horažďovice
CESTA - Cultural Exchange Station in Tábor / CESTA - Cultural Exchange Station in Tábor
CESTA is an international not-for-profit center established to foster cultural understanding and tolerance through the arts. Since 1993, CESTA has concentrated its efforts on international arts festivals, community projects, group exchanges, residencies, and the development of an informational global network for artists in all fields of artistic expression and cultural production. The aim of the residence program is to open CESTA's resources to performing and visual artists. They may not only find a place where they can work with focus and intention, but also where they may participate in and add to the artistic and intellectual exchange and network that CESTA has created. Minimum residency period is one week, maximum six weeks. Each participant pays the fee, which covers accommodation and food costs. Website in Czech and English. Novákova 387 390 01 Tábor
Univerzita Karlova v Praze / Charles University in Prague
Charles University founded in 1348 is one of the oldest universities in the world and nowadays belongs to the most eminent educational and scientific establishments in the Czech Republic which are recognized in both the European and global context. Today the University has 17 faculties. Website in Czech and English. Univerzita Karlova v Praze Rektorát Ovocný trh 5 116 36 Praha 1
The DEAI / meetings is a civic association. The objectives of association's activities are organization of cultural activities of diverse art branches and organization of interbranch meetings of art and general public. They also organize art residences, workshops, exhibitions,courses, theatre, musical and multimedia performances. A target group of association activities includes artists of diverse branches, active people with cultural interests, especially young people and seniors. Website in Czech and English. Poštovní adresa: Dlouhá 33, 110 00, Praha 1 Kostelní 30/674 170 00 Praha 7
Katedra antropologie FF ZČU / Department of Anthropology - Faculty of Philosophy and Arts, Western Bohemia University
The Department of Anthropology (DA) is an educational, scholastic and research institution under the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts at the University of West Bohemia . The department provides education in the academic fields of Social and Cultural Anthropology on both Bachelor’s and Post-graduate (Master’s) levels and Ph.D. in Ethnology. The purpose of education is to provide students with theoretical, practical and methodological training for the professional sphere in the role of specialists in areas mainly relating to the cultural and social diversity of contemporary complex societies. Graduates of the Bachelor’s and post-graduate programs in Social and Cultural Anthropology commonly find positions in various educational and research institutions, in the sphere of state and local governments, in non-governmental organizations, museums, archives, media and also the commercial sector. Aside from the classic anthropology study of “native” populations, DA’s education aim also encompasses issues of migration, the study of social exclusion, minorities and homelessness, new social religious and identity movements, and also the field of material culture, electronic media, ethnographic film or development and humanitarian issues. Website in Czech and English.
Sedláčkova 15 306 14 Plzeň
Katedra filozofie FF ZČU / Department of Philosophy - Faculty of Arts and Philosophy, West Bohemia University
The Department provides the organizational background for the following fields of study: BSc Humanities, MSc Theory and Philosophy of Communication and European Cultural Studies as well as the Ph.D. degree in the Theory and History of Science and Technology. In addition, it is responsible for the philosophical education of all of the UWB students. The Department also offers Philosophy and the History and Philosophy of Science certificate programmes and participates in the Citizens lifelong education programme viewed as a very important tool of humanizing the West Bohemian area. Website in Czech and English.
Katedra západoevropských studií IMS FSV UK / Department of West European Studies at the Institute of International Studies of the Faculty of Social Sciences at the Charles University
The Department has two accredited masters level study streams, West European and European Studies. West European Studies deals with the countries of Western Europe - mainly the United Kingdom, France, though also the Benelux countries and those states in northern and southern Europe - and looks at their history, political and legal systems, and their economic and cultural development. European studies are aimed at the various aspects of the European integration process. Within both the study programmes it is possible to specialise further in either French or British Studies. The Department also prepares its students in the PhD programme. The graduates of the programme have excellent success in finding employment in the future. Past graduates have found work in the diplomatic service, civil service, institutions of the EU, news organisations, and the public sector. Website in Czech and English. Rytířská 31 110 00 Praha 1
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