Program Details

As the "heart of Europe", Prague provides an ideal location for the study of European art and political history in the context of the Holy Roman Empire. Prague is also particularly well-suited for the examination of the transition from east-to-west and c
Location:
Prague, Czech Republic
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:
Undergraduate
Term:
Summer

Program Overview

Program Description:
KIIS Prague is a five-week program open to students of sophomore and higher status who are in good academic standing. Students may register for one or two courses (3 credit hours each). Organized excursions include Prague castle, the Old Jewish cemetery, the Old-New Synagogue of Josefov, the Nazi concentration camp in Terezin, and southern Bohemia.

As the "heart of Europe", Prague provides an ideal location for the study of European art and political history in the context of the Holy Roman Empire. Prague is also particularly well-suited for the examination of the transition from east-to-west and cross-cultural exchange in Europe.

Program fee includes room and breakfast at all program sites, some other common meals, transportation and admission for organized excursions, and International Student Identity Card which provides basic accident/health insurance coverage, and up to six credit hours.
Setting Description:
Prague is noted for its art and architecture, which fluidly incorporates styles from the Romanesque period through the present. It is an important center of music, literature, theater, and commerce. Historically, it represents either the western-most reaches of the Slavs or the eastern-most reach of western influence since Charlemagne.

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