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Summer/Winter schools 2020

FASP 2020 - Czech Culture of the 20th Centrury (CC20C)

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Faculty of Arts Summer Program at Masaryk University (MUNI FASP): Czech Culture of the 20th Centrury (CC20C) Czech Culture in the 20th Century is a modular credit-bearing program that offers three intensive courses on selected highlights of Czech cultural production in 20th century. The courses are: 1) Leoš Janáček his Life and Works; 2) The 1960s in Czech Cinema – The Czech New Wave and Beyond; 3) The Political Theater of Karel Čapek and Václav Havel Participants are expected to choose two modules, either 1 & 2, or 2 & 3. (However, it is also possible – at a slightly increased price - to take all three modules.) Each course consists of 20 teaching hours (45 minutes) and additional project work by groups of participants, supervised by the local faculty. In order to receive the credits (3 ECTS credits per module), participants are expected to write an essay within thirty days following the end of the program. Dates: July 10 – July 29, 2019 (modules 1 & 2); July 16 – August 4, 2019 (modules 2 & 3) General Information During the summer program, participants of both CC20C will be offered a rich cultural program that will introduce the Czech Republic and the Central Europe. The cultural program includes a guided tour of Brno, a visit to Brno’s UNESCO sight, the Villa Tugendhat; a trip to Prague (2 days), a trip to Vienna and Budapest (3 days), an afternoon trip to the Moravian Karst, cultural events in the city (depending on what is offered of the duration of the program), and a welcome and farewell dinner Students are expected to work at least 40 hours (4 hours a day, 5 days a week, 2 weeks in total) in selected modules and on projects assigned and supervised by local faculty members. In order to receive the credits for the module participation, student must hand in an academic essay of appropriate length. The required standard of English: B2 according to the European reference framework for languages. The participants are entitled to the following: the entire academic program; all field trips; all entrance fees; accommodation in Brno, Prague, and Vienna; gas, electricity; a public transportation ticket in the city of Brno for the duration of the program; all teaching materials; a welcome dinner and/or farewell dinner. Note: the summer program is subject to change depending on the conditions that may arise during the program. If there is a change, however, an adequate compensation will be offered to the participants. Please see more information at https://www.phil.muni.cz/summer-program If you have any queries about this, please contact us at summer@czs.muni.cz and/or schofrova@mail.muni.cz
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