Study Abroad Program in Prague, Czech Republic

Calendar
DATE
August 01-15, 2022
Location
LOCATION
Prague, Czech Republic
Dollar
COST
$3,900 (scholarships available)

Gain College Credits in Religion and Western Civilization with ISI and Washington College

 

Applications are due on May 1. To apply, submit (1) a brief résumé and (2) a two paragraph essay describing one’s interest in studying the Western intellectual tradition and the importance of studying the Western intellectual tradition today (3) information of previous study abroad experiences and the importance of study abroad programs

 

Would you like to study abroad in Prague, Czech Republic, with Washington College? Through this exclusive partnership with ISI, students can earn 4 transferable credits through the historic Charles University.

Europe is the ideal setting for the course offering — “Religion and Western Civilization,” a philosophy course cross-listed with religious studies. The Prague Program’s partnership with Washington College also offers students the unforgettable opportunity to visit Auschwitz and Krakow.

This political-science course transfers 4 credits to colleges and universities nationwide. So you’re getting more than a semester’s worth of credit in under a month!

Your guide to this compelling subject matter is Professor Joseph Prud’homme, the Burton Family Chair in Religion, Politics, and Culture at Washington College (PhD, Princeton University).

The course is open to college students and select advanced high school students.

 

Course Details

  • Dates: August 1-15, 2022
  • Cost: $3,900, exclusive of flight costs (course awards 4 credits)
  • Scholarships: ISI will offer 10 scholarships $250 to ISI students, with priority going to ISI Honors Scholars and Society Leaders. The Institute for Religion, Politics, and Culture will also provide scholarships for select students. 
  • Application Deadline: May 1, 2022

 

Apply Now

Applications are due on May 1st at midnight
Contact Marlo Slayback at mslayback@isi.org with any questions