A one- or two-semester program held in English focusing on issues of Central and East European economies, societies and cultures
In the last few years we have experienced a tremendous change in the international business environment due to two important trends: globalization and the transition to a technology-driven economy. Working in this environment has created an enormous challenge for managers: a challenge that calls for new approaches to management, both in the content of management education and in learning styles of students.
The program’s objective is to offer foreign students something they cannot receive from their home universities: the opportunity to reside in and experience dynamic, exciting conditions in Central Europe.
The mission of the program is to provide studies in the economies, societies and cultures of Central and East European countries to students from countries around the world.
The aim of the program is to offer foreign students something they cannot receive from their home universities: the opportunity to reside in and experience the dynamic, exciting conditions in Central Europe through professional insight and instruction by native Czech professors and business professionals.
The strategy of the program is to offer this objective through daily social interactions and course curriculum. When the students complete the program they will have accumulated a large amount of knowledge about Central and East European cultural attitudes and daily life. At the same time students can learn a lot about living in Central Europe, everyday life in the Czech Republic and to get know Czech culture and habits.