ISOIS ▸ Summer/Winter schools

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    personal data & address
  • Step 2
    study at MU
  • Step 3
    home university
  • Step 4
    language skills
  • Step 5
    health & emergency contact
  • Step 6
    settling in & accommodation
  • Step 7
    feedback & comments
  • Step 8
    close & submit

Application for students and staff coming to MU

Summer/Winter schools 2020

Globalization 2020

Please fill in the form carefully. Fields that are mandatory are marked with a red asterisk.

After you've saved the first step, you will be able to fill in the remaining steps in arbitrary order. After you have filled in steps 1 to 7, you will need to close the application in step 8. The button to close the application will appear once the application is completely filled in. After you close the application, you will not be able to edit it any more. Only closed applications will be taken into consideration. The deadline to close/submit the application is on 15th Mar 2020 23:59:59.

Through a culturally-immersive learning framework, students in this course will explore how globalization (as process, practice, and system) intersects evolving conceptions of media, communication and culture as international phenomena.

Students from all majors are welcome, as the course is specifically designed to both link up with a wide array of disciplinary perspectives related to the subject, as well utilize student diversity regarding backgrounds and majors as a means to mutually enhance our understanding of the topics and perspectives we will engage in the course.

Utilizing directed engagements with the Czech and Central European cultural context (visiting Prague, Bratislava, Vienna, Budapest, Brno, Telč and Southern Moravia), students will explore the Local as a context for understanding the Global, considering how their own culture, media, and means for communication (language, technology, symbolism, etc.) frame and connect their knowledge and personal experience of the world to broader understandings of their identity and perspective in the world.
Personal data
First name*: Do not use any special signs and letters (ä, ů, ø, â, etc.).
Last name*: Do not use any special signs and letters (ä, ů, ø, â, etc.).
Marital status*:   
Date of birth*: YYYY-MM-DD format
Place of birth (City)*:
Passport number / E.U. ID number*:
Phone number*: Include country code and city code.
E-mail address*: This e-mail will be used for communication between you and the Center for international cooperation; therefore must be working. Do NOT enter emails of the following providers: Outlook, Hotmail, Live. Use a university email or Gmail instead.
E-mail address (2): In case you might use another e-mail as well (e.g. a private instead of an academic one) for communication with us, please let us know so that we can match your e-mails correctly.
Permanent address in your home country
Number and Street*: Do not use any special signs and letters (ä, ů, ø, â, etc.).
City/town*: Do not use any special signs and letters (ä, ů, ø, â, etc.).
Is your correspondence address different from your permanent address?*:   
Address for correspondence

Fill in this section only if the address for correspondence differs from the permanent address.

Number and Street: Do not use any special signs and letters (ä, ů, ø, â, etc.).
City: Do not use any special signs and letters (ä, ů, ø, â, etc.).
Correspondence address valid from/to: -


Red asterisks (*) denote required fields.