August 1-15, 2021
Make the world your classroom! Expand your cross-cultural skills and explore the vitally important question of the role of religion in contemporary world affairs in two of Europe’s most vibrant cities.
“I want to thank you again for an incredible experience. You provided me with a trip that I will remember for the rest of my life, one that I’m sure I will tell my kids about. I am forever grateful of your dedication to educating the youth.” Chris Antich, Washington College
*COVID-19 vaccination required
Highlights of the program include:
- Explore topics of global importance
- Develop your cross-cultural knowledge and skills
- Earn academic credit: 4 credits
- Cultural Activities & Site Visits
August 2021 Courses
F2701 Philosophies of Leadership (3-credits)
Why lead? What do key philosophers from around the world think about leadership, building teams and enacting change? Explore your own personal views while you develop your own project or event that you will implement when you return home. The course introduces you to key concepts and theories complemented by engaging site visits and guest speakers.
F2719: Women and Leadership
Learn to analyze the roles, responsibilities, and expectations of women in leadership positions. You’ll examine cultural issues and trends from historical, sociological, political, and ethical perspectives. Why does women’s leadership matter? Do women have an identifiably different way of leading? What structural/institutional/cultural obstacles do women face? How have women confronted/challenged/altered these obstacles?How are how issues relating to women and leadership similar and/or different across cultures? How are innovation and creativity tools for women and leadership?
Courses open to all majors. All courses are taught in English and fully accredited and each course earns 3 US/ 6 ECTS university credits . Transcripts are issued by Charles University, the oldest university in Eastern Europe. Most students are able to transfer credit from the program as long as arrangements are made in advance with their home university. Please consult your home university prior to attending the program for specific details on transferring credit
Explore these vibrant cities through visits to important historical and cultural sites:
- Communist Museum
- Kutna Hora
- The renowned Czech cinema
And many, many other things you can explore on your own. Skvělý! (Awesome!)
Meals are not included in the price of the program. Prague offers several meals options, including cooking at the housing or enjoying the many restaurant options.
Transportation. Prague is a wonderful walkable city with excellent public transportation systems. You will purchase a transportation pass in Prague (approximately 25USD or 35USD for students over 26) that covers all of your tram, bus, and metro travel.
Tuition. The cost for the 2-week program is $2850 USD for one course or $3450 USD for two courses. This includes tuition (3 US/ 6 ECTS credits per course), housing, field trips, and cultural activities. Travel to Prague, transportation pass, and meals are not included. A non-refundable deposit is required to secure a spot in program. Payment plans can be arranged.
Applications Rolling Admission. Only a few spots remain.
- Submit your Interest Form to get the process started.
- Submit your Full Application. (Don’t forget applications are ROLLING ADMISSION).
- You may be contacted for a follow-up interview
- Spread the word to other high caliber students!
Can I attend multiple programs?
Yes! Each program has unique courses and allows you to continue your leadership journey. Our current record holder, Virginia Campo, has attended 5 programs! When you pair a 4-week with a 2-week program, you earn a discounted tuition.
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