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Why is there so much reservation and scepticism among the Czech public as well as politicians towards the European Union? Has the experience of the Czech...More
Martin Chovančík presented his forthcoming paper "Evolving together but growing apart: diverging role of EU sanctioning practice among dominant sanction...More
Vratislav Havlík, Vít Hloušek and Petr Kaniok presented outcomes of their research at the General Conference of The Academic Association for Contemporary...More
The Solidarity, Stability and Security in Post-Factual Times workshop held in Passau and České Budějovice on September 7-10, 2017 concluded the series...More
My experience as a student at the Department of International Relations of Masaryk University in Brno was stimulating for my interest in the field, challenging for my academic accomplishment, and rewarding for the cultural enrichment I enjoyed.
I had the pleasure to meet many interesting people and spent time with them at many pleasant places that Brno has to offer
Compared to my previous experience, the lessons were rather interactive and, what is more, the professors treated us more like their equals rather that “ordinary” students.
European Governance was a demanding and rewarding program at the same time. I considerably improved my academic English and expanded my knowledge in European affairs.
It is easy to explain why locals are so proud of Brno: it truly is a great place to live.
If you have an open mind about foreign cultures and want to explore what it is like to live and study in Central Europe then you will have the time of your life in Brno.
Spending great time with all the classmates, teachers and staff in Masaryk University, studying in Brno is one of my best memories.