Admissions Update and New Student Info

*page updated 19.05.2024

Mandatory Registration (in person) will be on Wednesday, September 11th, 2024. Classes start on Monday, September 16th, 2024.

Set up your wifi connection before coming to campus, step-by-step guide how to do so.

New student guide to our student system – manual.

Faculty of International Relations (including IDS program student) study guide.

University’s Study and Examination Rules.

Once a dully registered student, you will need a university ID card to be allowed access to campus and some classrooms. To order (online) a VSE ID card with an ISIC combination.

Prepare to use Multi-Factor Authentication for the student system InSIS – Multi-Factor Authentication and FAQ about Multi-Factor Authentication

Library Manual

Received your previous education outside of the Czech Republic? Our legal department has to evaluate the received school-leaving certificates / university diplomas. The process is very simple – please visit https://edu.vse.cz/ and ensure your education undergoes this process and our lawyer confirms that we can legally enrol you. Never provide originals, but make needed authorized photocopies, as anything submitted stays with VSE.

Moving into the dormitory? See information what is needed.

What will you study if joing the Bachelors’s Program?

Course Credits
Calculus 3
Basic Microeconomics 6
Marketing and Business Policy 5
Introduction to International Studies and Diplomacy 5
Introduction to Law 6
Czech/Foreign Language 3
Course Credits
Producing Knowledge in Int. and Diplomatic Studies 5
Basic Macroeconomics 4
Principles of Management 6
Geography of the International Relations 6
Quantitative Methods 9
Czech/Foreign Language 3
Course Credits
Accounting I. 6
Culture in International Relations 3
Diplomacy and Diplomatic Protocol 6
Optional Course (Faculty level) 9
Optional Course (University level) 3
Czech/Foreign Language 3
Course Credits
Contemporary International Relations 6
International Economics 7
Law and Ethics in International Relations 6
Corporate Finance 6
Optional Courses (Faculty level) 3
Czech/Foreign Language 3
Course Credits
Informatics 3
World Economy 9
International Security Relations 6
Bachelor’s Thesis Seminar 3
Optional Course (University level) 6
Czech/Foreign Language 3
Course Credits
Theories and Methods in International Relations 6
Czech Political System in Comparative Perspective 4
Optional Course (Faculty level) 9
Bachelor State Exam 9

Bachelor State Exam

What will you study if joing the Master’s Program?

Course Credits
Global Power Politics 6
International Economic Relations 9
International Law in International
Relations
6
Elective Courses (hV1) 5
Optional Courses 6
Course Credits
Foreign Policy Making and Analysis 6
Comparative Politics 6
Globalization in International Relations 6
Elective Courses (hV1) 5
Minor Specialization courses 6
Course Credits
Master’s Thesis Seminar 6
Minor Specialization courses 24
Course Credits
Elective Course (hV1) 5
Optional Courses 12
State Exam 12
Minor Field Comprehensive Exam 3

State Exam

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Admissions Update and New Student Info