The part-time form of study is implemented at MUP by means of intensive group sessions, held usually four to five times per semester exclusively on Friday afternoons and on Saturdays. In addition to that, students have the opportunity to schedule individual consultations with the lecturers during their office hours. MUP Extranet publishes study materials, i.e. core course materials, and further information necessary for self-study. MUP uses the most advanced learning methods, including e-learning, and it allows students to access various electronic databases (e.g. JSTOR, EBSCO). Detailed information regarding the administration of the part-time form of study can be found on this website in the individual sections of the relevant specialisations.
Applications must be submitted at the latest 14 days prior to the entrance examination date. The administrative fee for processing applications (registration fee) is CZK 500 per application.
Entrance examinations for full-time form of study implemented in Prague, Pilsen, and Hradec Králové are held on the following dates here
With the exception of the specialisation of Anglophone Studies, which is instructed in English, applicants for part-time form of study are not required to take the entrance examination.
Every year, MUP admits approximately 2000 new students.
International student exchange is available for all MUP students, regardless of age, nationality, or form of study. The updated list of MUP partner universities can be found here.
Applications for a Two Instalment Payment Plan shall be addressed to MUP Quaestor strictly and submitted solely to the Student Services office.
Both full-time and part-time students are eligible for a student loan.
The entrance examinations for study programmes instructed in English are different from the entrance examinations for full-time study programmes instructed in Czech. The Bachelor ’s Degree study programme specialisations instructed in Czech require an entrance examination in a foreign language according to the applicant’s choice (English, German, French or Spanish). The Master’s Degree study programme specialisations also require an entrance examination in a foreign language and a test or an interview on the issues pertinent for the relevant specialisation. For further information about the entrance examinations, please confer the section For Applicants > Admission Procedure.
MUP does not provide accommodation; however, we can recommend accommodation options for our students. Detailed information can be found in the section For Applicants > Accommodation.
The Department of Foreign Languages administers instruction of foreign languages at MUP. Students of English-taught specialisation may choose from French, German, Spanish, or Russian, while students of the specialisations instructed in Czech may also study English as their second language.
Students who are foreign nationals may attend courses of Czech as a Second Language.
MUP students may also choose an elective language course from the offer of Asian languages administered by the Department of Asian Studies, i.e. Chinese, Japanese, Indonesian, Korean and Vietnamese.
The following specialisations fall under the study programme of International Territorial Studies:
The following specialisation falls under the study programme of the Humanities:
The following specialisation falls under the study programme of Legal Specialisations:
The following specialisations fall under the study programme of International Economic Relations:
The following specialisations fall under the study programme of Political Science:
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