"Summer school of Slavonic Studies" organised by the Czech universities
22.03.2010 / 01:56
The Summer School of Slavonic Studies consists of study courses provided by several public higher education institutions in the Czech Republic.
The Summer School of Slavonic Studies (the SSSS) consists of study courses provided by several public higher education institutions in the Czech Republic. The courses are held every year during summer months (July, August, September). Their length ranges from 2 to 4 weeks depending on the content chosen by the individual institutions organising the SSSS. These include Charles University in Prague, Masaryk University in Brno, University of West Bohemia in Plzeň, University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice, Palacký University in Olomouc and the Institute for Language and Preparatory Studies in Poděbrady (an educational centre that is part of Charles University in Prague).
The courses are designed for foreign students, experts (teachers, translators, interpreters) and academics in the field of Bohemistic and Slavic studies. Due to their broad coverage they are also open for all individuals who are interested in the Czech language, literature, history and culture. As part of its educational sections the SSSS offers Czech language courses at various levels, seminars focusing on Czech literature, culture and history, free-time activities including theatre, music and dance performances, excursions, trips etc.
You will find more information about the "Summer schools of Slovanic Studies" and also the application forms and contacts here.