Praha | Český Krumlov

School of political studies


A semester abroad at Vysoká škola CEVRo provides students with the opportunity to experience a new culture, meet exciting students from across the globe, and learn amongst world-class professors and lecturers. Studying at Vysoká škola CEVRO will allow you to:

  • Engage within small classes and interact directly with professors and fellow students
  • Learn from policy experts including former ambassadors, government ministers, and renowned authors who have decades of experience in their respective fields
  • Experience the wonders of one of the most beautiful and historic cities in Europe, Prague 
  • Immerse yourself in a new culture and forge relationships that will last a lifetime
  • Explore other unique European cities and destinations such as Vienna, Budapest, or Berlin

Deadlines to Apply

The deadline to apply for the fall term is May 27th.
The deadline to apply for the spring term is December 1st



All courses taught will be taught in English and are designed for students who have completed at least one year (two semesters) of their undergraduate studies. The courses cover a wide range of topics and disciplines such as political science, international relations, history and economic policy. International students are advised to sign up for about 5 courses per semester (each for 4 to 9 ECTS credits). Class sizes are small, with most class having between 10 and 20 students, with even the largest lecture classes having only 40 students or so. Professors look forward to interacting directly with students and budget a part of each class specifically for class discussion and questions. 


Living in Prague

Prague is a city where tradition meets modernity. Filled with Baroque and Art Nouveau buildings, towering spires, and historic squares, Prague has been masterfully preserved over the centuries and remains a quintessential European city. However, Prague has also evolved into a hub of 21st century innovation in recent years, with its many shopping streets providing passersby with a range of shopping, dining, and entertainment options. Visit Prague Castle to see how the Kings of Bohemia lived and spend some time in Old Town Square, often considered the gold standard of traditional European squares. There is so much to do and see in Prague and Vysoká škola CEVRO is located right in the heart of the city, providing easy access to all of Prague’s major sights and attractions. 


Potential to Travel

Prague truly is the heart of Europe. A train or bus ride of just a few hours will transport you to other historic cities such as Vienna, Budapest, and Berlin. At Vysoká škola CEVRO, opportunities abound to travel and experience the range of cultures that exist throughout Europe. Vysoká škola CEVRO is ready to organize a number of travel opportunities throughout the semester. However, students are also welcome to travel with friends outside of CEVRO’s pre-planned excursions. Travelling is certainly one of the most rewarding and enjoyable experiences a student can have while studying in Prague. 


Cultural Immersion

Vysoká škola CEVRO attempts to give foreign students a true feel of what it is like to live and study in Prague. Students will be taking all of their classes alongside fulltime CEVRO students. Furthermore, American and other non-European  students will be taking classes alongside Erasmus Programme students, who come to CEVRO from a number of different European countries for a similar semester abroad program. Furthermore, students will have the opportunity to learn from renowned professors from both the Czech Republic and other Central and Eastern European countries. These professors often have an incredible range of experiences that they are eager to share their stories with students from abroad. 

Outside of the classroom, CEVRO provides even more opportunities for students to truly engage with the Czech style of living. Often times Czech students will be staying inside of the accommodations with foreign students. Finally, a great opportunity for foreign students to truly experience life as a Czech native is to stay with a Czech family. Many fulltime CEVRO students are happy to let you stay at their house for a weekend and show you how they live. Many of these students live in smaller villages, giving students a true insight on the lifestyle of people outside of Czech Republic’s commercial hub of Prague. 


International Connections

Vysoká škola CEVRO is affiliated with the Erasmus Programme, which allows students from affiliated universities in the European Union to spend a semester abroad at a different Erasmus university. In short, a semester abroad at Vysoká škola CEVRO will allow you to meet students from across the globe, students with vastly different backgrounds and life experiences. 


The entry requirements for exchange students are set by the student’s home university. Vysoká škola CEVRO expects students to have exhibited a high level of academic achievement at their home university and all students must be able to speak English fluently. Before studying at Vysoká škola CEVRO, we encourage international students to have successfully finished at least one academic year at their home university. Vysoká škola CEVRO reserves the right to review all university academic transcripts and records of a prospective student before admitting that student to study at Vysoká škola CEVRO. 

As for the application process, students should first apply through their home university. Applicants shall fill in the application form, which is available on Vysoká škola CEVRO’s website. In the application form students will mark the courses they wish to study at Vysoká škola CEVRO. The application form should be sent by e-mail as well as in print signed by the foreign studies coordinator of their home university. We will then send the foreign studies coordinator an acceptance letter, where we confirm that the student have been admitted to the study at Vysoká škola CEVRO.

doc. Ing. Marian Piecha, Ph.D.
H-index = 5; 12 publikací ve Web of Science, 64 citací na WoS
– Spolupráce na přípravě studijních programů bezpečnostního zaměření.
– Zapojení se do přednáškové činnosti u vybraných předmětů v oblasti krizového managementu a programů s bezpečnostním zaměřením.
– Podpora při zajištění reakreditace stávajících studijních programů z oblasti bezpečnosti a krizového řízení.
  • Reforma Policie České republiky aneb pomáhat a chránit. Praha: CEVRO Institut, o.p.s., 2012. ISBN 978-80-8725-15-1.








Ing. Lucie Kureková, Ph.D.
H-index = 4; 20 publikací ve Web of Science, 58 citací na WoS
doc. Ing. Klára Čermáková, Ph.D.
H-index = 7; 19 publikací ve Web of Science, 98 citací na WoS
doc. Ing. Eduard Hromada, Ph.D.
H-index = 7; 17 publikací ve Web of Science, 117 citací na WoS
doc. Ing. Božena Kadeřábková, CSc.
H-index = 6; 36 publikací ve Web of Science, 90 citací na WoS
  • Spolupráce na přípravě nových bakalářských a magisterských studijních programů ekonomického zaměření v souladu s rozvojem tržní ekonomiky a pracovního trhu.

  • Zapojení se do přednáškové činnosti u vybraných předmětů.

  • Centrum se zapojí do tvorby metodiky hodnocení kvality studijních programů.

  • Podpora při zajištění reakreditace stávajících studijních programů.

Mezinárodní spolupráce:
  • Podpora stávajících konferenčních činností vysoké školy.

  • Vyhledávání zahraničních spolupracovníků pro pořádání konferencí a předních světových profesorů pro zajištění přednáškové činnosti.

  • Podávání a řešení projektů GAČR, TAČR aj.

  • Podpora zahraniční spolupráce ve výzkumu a posílení internacionalizace výzkumu.

  • Zvyšování motivace pracovníků Centra, vyučujících a nadaných studentů vysoké školy  k zapojení do vědecko-výzkumných a publikačních aktivit.

  • Rozvíjení spolupráce vysoké školy s novými partnery v oblasti výzkumu a vývoje.

  • TAČR – Théta,  TK 05010117,  Příprava nástrojů a modelů implementace principu „energy efficiency first“ do národní regulace, spoluřešitel,doba řešení od 1.11.2023 – 31.7.2024.