Visegrad Summer School

The Visegrad Summer School is a unique cultural and educational programme catering for students, young researchers and journalists from the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary as well as other Central and East European countries.
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Visegrad Summer School is organised with help and advice of longstanding and proven partners: International Visegrad Fund, Ambassador of the Czech Republic, Ambassador of Hungary, Ambassador of the Slovak Republic, Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Association for Foreign Affairs (Prague), Centre for the Research of Ethnicity and Culture (Bratislava), Cracovia Expressz Foundation – Hungarian Centre in Kraków (Budapest), EuroRegioUkraine (Kiev), Małopolska Region, City of Kraków.

Visegrad Summer School is organised with help and advice of longstanding and proven partners: International Visegrad Fund, Ambassador of the Czech Republic, Ambassador of Hungary, Ambassador of the Slovak Republic, Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Association for Foreign Affairs (Prague), Centre for the Research of Ethnicity and Culture (Bratislava), Cracovia Expressz Foundation – Hungarian Centre in Kraków (Budapest), EuroRegioUkraine (Kiev), Małopolska Region, City of Kraków.

Every year 50 students and graduates in political sciences, economics, international relations, European studies, history, social studies, philology and cultural studies, as well as young researchers, teachers and journalists from Central and Eastern Europe are recruited in an open call for applications.

Every year 50 students and graduates in political sciences, economics, international relations, European studies, history, social studies, philology and cultural studies, as well as young researchers, teachers and journalists from Central and Eastern Europe are recruited in an open call for applications.

The subjects addressed in the School’s curriculum are primarily concerned with on-going issues and problems in the regions, as well as key cultural and civilian challenges facing the societies of Central and Eastern Europe today.

The subjects addressed in the School’s curriculum are primarily concerned with on-going issues and problems in the regions, as well as key cultural and civilian challenges facing the societies of Central and Eastern Europe today.

The Visegrad Summer School is a unique cultural and educational programme catering for students, young researchers and journalists from the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary as well as other Central and East European countries.

The Visegrad Summer School is a unique cultural and educational programme catering for students, young researchers and journalists from the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary as well as other Central and East European countries.

Given its international, macro-regional and regional dimension, the initiative is aimed at promoting a positive image of the region on an international scale alongside the promotion of the intellectual and cultural heritage of Czech, Polish, Slovak and Hungarian societies.

Given its international, macro-regional and regional dimension, the initiative is aimed at promoting a positive image of the region on an international scale alongside the promotion of the intellectual and cultural heritage of Czech, Polish, Slovak and Hungarian societies.

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