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Click here for a definition of this term Program Type: Study Abroad Language of Instruction: English
Minimum GPA: 2.75 Click here for a definition of this term Housing: Apartment (shared)
Click here for a definition of this term Class Standing: 2 - Sophomore, 3 - Junior, 4 - Senior Click here for a definition of this term Internship Possible: Yes
Program Length: Semester Language Requirement: No
Credits: 12 or more Click here for a definition of this term Study Abroad Coordinator: Yomarie Castellano
Click here for a definition of this term Credit Type: UWM Areas of Study: Accounting, Art, Art History, Business Management, Communication, Computer Science, Czech Language, Economics, English, Finance, French, German, History, Humanities, International Relations, Journalism, Advertising, and Media Studies, Law, Marketing, Math, Music, Philosophy, Photography, Political Science, Psychology, Russian, Sociology, Spanish
Program Description:

Study Abroad in Prague

Why choose when you can have both?  Make steady progress toward your academic degree AND gain valuable hands-on skills in an international internship in one of Central Europe's economic and cultural capitals. Incorporate a professional internship placement into your semester or summer study program and give your future career a boost. Internships in Prague encourage you to immerse into local culture while developing practical skills in fields such as marketing, management, journalism, communication, international relations, and more.  Take care of those degree requirements and build the foundations of your professional network all while gaining the international experience you’ve been seeking with a study + internship program in Prague.

 Semester/Term Eligibility Requirements Rec. Semester Credits
 Semester  2.75 Min GPA; Completed one year of college prior application  12-15
 Summer  2.75 Min GPA; Completed one year of college prior application  6



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Where You'll Study

Our partner, Anglo-American University (AAU), is Prague’s oldest private university. With a strong focus on international students, AAU offers more than 100 courses across its five schools. Courses are taught in English; you’ll attend class alongside local Czech and other international students from more than 50 countries.  AAU’s stunning campus is located in the 17th century Thurn-Taxis Palace in the central Mala Strana neighborhood, adjacent to the CEA Prague Office and within walking distance of the Charles Bridge and other notable historic sites. Students will receive a transcript from the Anglo-American University upon completion of their program.

What's Included

  • Pre-Departure Advising
  • Airport Pickup
  • Housing
  • 24/7 Onsite Emergency Assistance
  • Excursions & Cultural Activities
  • and more

Excursions

  • Ceský Krumlov
  • Karlovy Vary
  • Kutná Hora
  • and more.

Funding Options

CEA has several ways to help you fund your program, including scholarships, grants, and vouchers. Find out more about what we have to offer.

Learn more about funding



PLEASE NOTE: 
To be considered for this program, students must submit an application for both UWM and CEA by their respective deadlines. To start a UWM application, click on "Apply Now" button on the top of this page. Visit the CEA website to apply.

Program Fee
Please see the top of the program page for cost information. Click on the term you are interested in and you will be directed to a budget sheet that contains program fees and other important financial information.

The program fee is set by CEA. CEA will invoice UWM for the program fee and this fee will be posted to students' PAWS accounts in addition to CIE administrative fees and mandatory health insurance fees. Please visit the UWM study abroad "Fees & Policies" page for details about program fees. Students should consult the CEA website for latest program cost projections and inclusions and exclusions.


Scholarships and Grants
Financial aid, scholarships and grants may be used for our programs. Attend a Financing Study Abroad 101 Session to learn about study abroad costs and budgets and how financial aid can be used for study abroad, as well as general information on how to search for scholarships and other funding resources.

Based on eligibility, students may apply for any scholarship either through our office or elsewhere.  For a general list of study abroad scholarships and grants, visit our webpage. We encourage students to search widely for other scholarships that can be applied to their study abroad program. 

Are you a Pell Grant recipient? Check out the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship.




This program is currently not accepting applications.