NYU Prague offers students a broad curriculum in art, architecture, film, media, music, photography, politics, business, the humanities, and social sciences in one of the world's most beautiful cities. The faculty includes writers, ambassadors, and dissidents who helped topple the Communist regime. There is an abudance of classes with a Russian or Slavic focus that will be counted for credit for majors and minors. Outside of the classroom opportunities abound in this vibrant city of culture via internships, conferences,excursions, and cultural programs organized by NYU Prague.
Students are not required to enroll in a language course, but all take an intensive Czech course during orientation. We offer language courses in Czech, German, Polish, and Russian. Most classes are a one-on-one experience, allowing students more individualized attention.
Many classes that are taught at NYU Prague are acceptable for Russian and Slavic Studies credit. Email Ilya Kliger for questions, concerns, and approval. Click here for a list of courses for Fall 2017.
Apply and find more information on here or visit NYU's Global Programs' office at 383 Lafeyette Street, New York, NY 10003.