International Study Opportunities

Study European Community Law in The Czech Republic

Semester Exchange with Metropolitan University (Prague) or Masaryk University Faculty of Law (Brno)

John Marshall offers semester exchange programs with both Metropolitan University in Prague and Masaryk University Faculty of Law in Brno. At Metropolitan University students focus their studies on commercial law, European Union law, and intellectual property law, among other subjects. Students studying at the Masaryk University Faculty of Law concentrate their courses in European Union law, international law, and Czech law.

Study Information

The Czech/Slovak Institute selects qualified John Marshall students to study at the Metropolitan University Prague (MUP) and Masaryk Faculty of Law (MUFL) during either the fall or spring semesters. In 2012 Masaryk University Faculty of Law established a scholarship that covers housing and a living stipend for up to two qualified students. Courses at these universities are taught in English and are part of the Erasmus program offered to students from all over Europe. Students must have completed 29 credit hours and have a 3.0 GPA.

Dates and Details

Fall Semester Deadline: April 4, 2014
Spring Semester Deadline: October 11, 2013

Students are responsible for their own travel arrangements and expenses, including passport, visa, and local travel expenses. Students are also responsible for their own accommodations while studying in the Czech Republic, as well as books, equipment, food, hospitalization, health insurance, and any other incidental expenses arising from the exchange. Both MUP and MUFL will provide advice and assistance in securing accommodations, if necessary. Masaryk University makes a scholarship available for qualified John Marshall students for housing and living expenses.

For more information about this program, please contact Professor Michael Seng, Director of the Czech/Slovak Institute at 7seng@jmls.edu.

Czech Republic

Capital Prague
Largest city Prague
Official language Czech
Government Parliamentary republic
Population 10,562,214