Project Europe at a Crossroads:
Building up open structures or breaking down local identities?
Gonzaga University graduate students may attend Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic, for an intensive immersion on Understanding Europe in an Age of Uncertainty. This program provides you with a broad understanding of the most significant recent political and social issues in Europe, and analyzes the current challenges for the future of European development.
Charles University, located in Prague, Czech Republic, was founded in 1348 and is one of the oldest universities in the world. It has more than 52,000 students enrolled in 300 accredited degree programs. Nearly 25,000 of those students are earning their master's degree.
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- September 7 - 21, 2019
- March 28, 2019 (limited space available)
- $1,110 Charles University Tuition – 3 credits
- Charles University tuition
- Accommodation in Charles University dormitory
- Breakfast & lunches
- Online reading materials
- Some social & cultural events
- Some Meals
- Personal Expenses
Project Europe at a Crossroads - 3 Credits transferred from Charles University
The immersion tackles topics affecting Europe right now, including: EU-Russia relations, EU and Turkey, populism and whether a common European identity exists. The course will include lectures, workshops and group presentations. The course content, teaching and outcomes align well with:
- Career starters working for global organizations: NGOs, non-profits, humanitarian or faith-based institutions
- Career starters heading into multinational corporations: Amazon, Apple, Boeing, Google, Microsoft, Nike, Starbucks, etc.
- Educators, foreign service and military
- Mid-career professionals interested to diversify and deepen understanding of European issues with global implications.
This program meets the study abroad requirement or serves as an elective for the Global Leadership Concentration, but is open to all ORGL students.
You may not use your federal financial aid for this program.