International Relations and Threats to Global Security
3-week course with excursions to Krakow/Auschwitz, Vienna, and Budapest
About summer programme
This intensive and dynamic course involves academic classes, active group work, guest presentations and field trips. It is ideal for students studying international relations, politics, security studies or policing, criminal studies, international relations, history or international law. The programme is ideally located for students to be able to gain a regional perspective on both the historical and modern aspects as well as military and non-military security threats to international security.
Why this programme: Students will not only learn in the classroom, but also travel to Krakow/Auschwitz, Budapest, and Vienna visiting organizations that provide a depth of information.
Learning outcomes: This program is designed to give students an understanding of some of the fundamental international security issues and their implications for Europe and the world.
Deadline: 15 May
This program was beyond anything I had ever dreamt an overseas exchange program to be. I learnt so much from so many passionate and interesting teachers and made friends for life. My highlights were the weekend trips to Budapest, Vienna and Prague as we saw so many beautiful places and learnt so much about that part of Europe. Brno was a great place to experience this program.
Australia, Griffith University
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