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This week, James Henderson from the Oxford Institute of Energy Studies lectures on the topic of investments in energy sector. He focuses on modelling of...More
The article is titled “When climate change is missing: Media discourse on coal mining in the Czech Republic” and was published in Elsevier´s Energy Policy....More
Monika Brusenbauch Meislová and Petr Kaniok co-authored a book titled "Brexit and Democracy" recently published by Palgrave Macmillan publishing...More
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.