The department is a part of the most progressive university in the Czech Republic focusing on research and teaching in the field of international relations. We offer high-level study programs at a renowned faculty and background of one of the most progressive universities in the Central Europe.
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Oldřich Krpec and Vladan Hodulák published an article titled "The Czech economy as an integrated periphery: The case of dependency on Germany". The article...More
This week, Tomáš Vlček is lecturing within the English study program "Oil and Gas Management" at Novosibirsk State University in the Russian Federation....More
On May 3 – 4, Martin Jirušek lectured at Vytautas Magnus University in Kaunas, Lithuania. In a series of lectures, Martin addressed issues of energy relations...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.