Innovative Study Abroad Programs in Prague & Krakow
You can join some of our existing short-term programs that typically are two to six weeks in duration and are scheduled in May, June and July. Students seeking opportunity to do research or to enroll in internships and tutorials should contact us at
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The Dartmore Institute offers students:
Study abroad programs that focus on Central European Studies.
All of the programs are based in Prague - a student’s paradise,
which has become one of Europe’s most vibrant centers
of entertainment and culture.
Programs that integrate study trips and walking tours into
all aspects of its curriculum and emphasize personal encounters
with the cities that define Central Europe.
Liberal Arts Program: from short-term stay through full-semester program that offers
a unique perspective on the rich history and culture of Central
Europe and on the sweeping social, political and economic
transformations that this region has undergone over
the past fifteen years.
Art & Architecture Program: from short-term stay through full-semester program introduces
students to the cultural milieu of Central European art and architecture
via formal lectures and seminars held in the Institute’s unique headquarters,
the Czech National Gallery Museum of Modern Art. This program also includes
study trips and walking tours to some of Central Europe’s most majestic cities.
Jewish Studies Program: from short-term stay through full-semester program explores
the true nature of Jewish life in Central Europe. Students will
experience history first-hand by walking the streets of former Jewish
ghettoes, by studying the cultural and religious landmarks of Jewish existence,
and by, quite literally, following in the footsteps of European Jewish civilization.
Summer Program: a three-week to six-week liberal arts programs in which students
participate in lectures, discussions, and cultural events that help
them to discover and experience the culture of Central Europe firsthand.
Students spend a considerable amount of time visiting other cities that highlight
the regional spirit of Central Europe. Vienna and Krakow are on the current itinerary.
The Programme in Refugee Studies is a one-year programme of study and practical work experience. The first five months of academic training in Prague and Krakow are followed by six months of working at partner institutions in non-industrialized countries as well as in countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
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