Study Abroad

The Department of Political Science invites its students to spend part of their studies abroad. The bulk of the exchange program is organized under the Erasmus + framework. The instruction at our partner universities is in most cases in English (though occasionally in German or French). Further information about the options regarding study abroad can be found on the website of the Centre for International Cooperation. An interactive map of partner universities and programs is available here. Alternatively, an Excel sheet can be downloaded here.

Prior to commencing their study abroad, students must ensure that they have met (or plan to meet) all the requirements of the CDS program for graduating (i.e., the required number of credits, completed the CDS core courses, etc.).

Inquiries should be directed at the Centre for International Cooperation, or at the Erasmus Coordinator at the Department of Political Science, doc. Michal Pink.


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