Spend a semester studying in Prague, an inexpensive central European city that is an easy gateway to travel to the rest of the continent. You'll find culture at every corner - from art museums to national theatres to world heritage sites. You'll study at Charles University, living just a 5-minute walk from the Prague castle. Charles University offers an array of opportunities including monthly trips, a campus international club and the chance to take full university classes! You may also be able to complete your language requirement in just one semester.
Course Sampling: Three weeks of an intensive Czech-language course and orientation followed by courses in liberal arts, history, sociology, psychology, literature, policy economics, art and culture. You can see a sample list of courses here.
Costs: Normal Susquehanna tuition, with all loans and scholarships, plus housing fees and airfare
Required GPA: 3.0
Study in English at one of the leading research universities in central Europe
Take 300-level courses on Czech art and culture, history, psychology, politics, economics and more
Large international student population with more than 7,000 students
Take independent trips throughout Prague and the rest of Europe
Pre-departure orientation and visa advising
Airport pick up and assistance
Convenient location for travel around Europe
Live 5 minutes away from Prague Castle
Possibility to complete language requirement in one semester
Two day trips included at no cost
Daily breakfast provided by the program on weekdays
What's cool about 'SU In'?
Simplified application process - less paperwork!
Program deposit charged directly to your SU account
Program Specific Meeting: GO advisors and Program Alumni answer all of your specific questions
Travel Logistics Meeting: Information on how to get to and from your host institution and fun cultural facts about your host country
Susquehanna pre-departure email with last minute preparation tips
You must obtain permission to study off campus by clicking the 'apply now' button. You should visit our website for more information or schedule an advising appointment with the GO Program (570-372-4697) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photos courtesy of Liz Jones ' 17
Dates / Deadlines:
There are currently no active application cycles for this program.