Západoevropská studia (West European Studies)
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Západoevropská studia (West European Studies)


INTRODUCTION


The West European Studies is a two-year master's program suitable for graduates with bachelor and master degree. The program offers a comprehensive combination of courses on political, historical, social, economic and cultural development of the countries of Western Europe. Attention is focused on the UK, France and Benelux, to a lesser extent to Scandinavia, Iberian and Apennine peninsula. Through the political development in these territories, students get acquainted with the European integration process. The program puts particular emphasis on multidisciplinary and contextual understanding of the region in a broader context of modern and contemporary history, taking into account the specificities of each territory, for example, through the British and French specialization.


The Program`s Guarantor is Prof. PhDr. Lenka Rovná, CSc., Jean Monnet Chair, the founder and longtime head of the Department of West European Studies.



GRADUATE PROFILE


Graduates of the West European Studies master degree acquire multidisciplinary professional training in the field of Territorial Studies and European integration at a level comparable with leading universities in Western Europe and North America.


During the course, students complete a mandatory lectures and seminars in the field of modern history, political, social, economic and cultural development of Western Europe (France, UK, Ireland, Benelux, Scandinavia, Italy, Spain), and European integration. Depending on their goals and interests they can deepen their expertise choosing from a wide range of optional specialized subjects. Due to the systematic encouragement to academic writing are graduates able to develop professional analytical studies.


Graduates combine the expertise in the issues of European integration in its entire comprehension and the development in Western European countries. They are therefore perceived desirable and well-rated workers in the fields of diplomacy and state administration, international organizations, the European Union, research and development, private sector and media.


Number of graduates also present superior language skills which they acquired during their exchange programs and internships at leading European universities.



STUDY PROGRAM


The current study program is available for inspection at Karolinka Charles University.



Total study requirements: 120 credits

Required courses: 71 credits

Compulsory elictives: min. 37 credits

Electives: max. 12 credits


Schedule for the current semester is available in the Student Information System.








Západoevropská studia (West European Studies)

Západoevropská studia (West European Studies)


INTRODUCTION


The West European Studies is a two-year master's program suitable for graduates with bachelor and master degree. The program offers a comprehensive combination of courses on political, historical, social, economic and cultural development of the countries of Western Europe. Attention is focused on the UK, France and Benelux, to a lesser extent to Scandinavia, Iberian and Apennine peninsula. Through the political development in these territories, students get acquainted with the European integration process. The program puts particular emphasis on multidisciplinary and contextual understanding of the region in a broader context of modern and contemporary history, taking into account the specificities of each territory, for example, through the British and French specialization.


The Program`s Guarantor is Prof. PhDr. Lenka Rovná, CSc., Jean Monnet Chair, the founder and longtime head of the Department of West European Studies.



GRADUATE PROFILE


Graduates of the West European Studies master degree acquire multidisciplinary professional training in the field of Territorial Studies and European integration at a level comparable with leading universities in Western Europe and North America.


During the course, students complete a mandatory lectures and seminars in the field of modern history, political, social, economic and cultural development of Western Europe (France, UK, Ireland, Benelux, Scandinavia, Italy, Spain), and European integration. Depending on their goals and interests they can deepen their expertise choosing from a wide range of optional specialized subjects. Due to the systematic encouragement to academic writing are graduates able to develop professional analytical studies.


Graduates combine the expertise in the issues of European integration in its entire comprehension and the development in Western European countries. They are therefore perceived desirable and well-rated workers in the fields of diplomacy and state administration, international organizations, the European Union, research and development, private sector and media.


Number of graduates also present superior language skills which they acquired during their exchange programs and internships at leading European universities.



STUDY PROGRAM


The current study program is available for inspection at Karolinka Charles University.



Total study requirements: 120 credits

Required courses: 71 credits

Compulsory elictives: min. 37 credits

Electives: max. 12 credits


Schedule for the current semester is available in the Student Information System.