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Founded in 1990, Anglo-American University artfully combines the traditions of Central Europe with American and British ideological academic principles. The university is known for its courses in many faculties, including Business Administration, International Relations, Humanities, Politics, Czech Studies, and more. The modern campus is situated in the Thurn-Taxis Palace, which dates back to the XVII century and gives students a beautiful setting in which to learn.
Fall 3 2023
Aug 26, 2023 - Dec 16, 2023
Apr 25, 2023
Forms and Payment Deadline
May 10, 2023
12 - 15 US Credits
2.50 Minimum GPA*
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Study Abroad Program Description
Choose from a variety of courses in your field of study, including business, communications, politics, humanities, and more through this program at Anglo-American University in Prague. All courses, with the exception of Czech language, are taught in English, and your peers may include international, Czech, and other ISA students. Courses are taught by faculty at Anglo-American University.
Enjoy Flexibility with ISA Flex
We’ve partnered with Arizona State University (ASU) to help you overcome common study abroad challenges by adding an ASU Online course to your ISA program. With more than 2,100 courses to choose from, ISA Flex minimizes academic challenges, like major requirements and limited course options, so you can make the most of your experience abroad. Once you’ve applied, access the Flex form in your ISA Student Portal for more information on how to add this to your program and enroll in the course you need.
Students must have a minimum grade point average of 2.50.
MINIMUM ADMISSIONS PREREQUISITES
There is no language prerequisite for this program.
To participate in this program, you must be 18 years of age or older.
Comprehensive Advising and Support
Comprehensive Health, Safety, and Security Support
Tuition at the Host University
Bridging Cultures Orientation
Full-Time Resident Staff
On-Site ISA Offices
ISA Discovery Model
Official Transcript from the Host University
Professional Development Toolbox
12 - 15
24 - 30
Recommended U.S. Semester Credits
12 - 15
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units
18 - 22
- Courses and course hours of instruction are subject to change.
- Students choose 3-4 semester-long courses from the list below.
- You are required to select alternate courses in the event of top course choices conflicting on the timetable, course cancellations, or registration issues.
- You should have all top and alternate course selections pre-approved by your academic advisor.
- While ISA provides transfer credit recommendations, this will ultimately be decided by your home university. It is important to be in touch with your university about course approvals and transfer credit pre-departure.
- According to ISA policy and possible visa requirements, you must maintain full-time enrollment status, as determined by your home university.
Course Level Recommendations
- ISA offers course level recommendations for the courses listed below. Per Anglo-American University, courses with a course code between 100-299 are considered lower-division courses. Courses with a code between 300-499 are upper-division courses and are open to all students who have completed at least one year of university studies (30 US credits) and the necessary pre-requisite courses (if applicable). These ISA recommendations are intended to facilitate the determination of course equivalencies by advisors and credential evaluators at participants' U.S. home institutions.
Additional Course Fees
- Some art and film courses have additional course fees (noted in the course description). Please reach out to your Prague Program Manager for additional information about these fees.
- The transcript from Anglo American University will reflect U.S. semester credits and ECTS credits. Please be in touch with your home university regarding credit transfer for this program.
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Support & Funding
Resident Director, Czech Republic
Student Services Coordinator, Czech Republic
Academic and Housing Coordinator, Czech Republic
Funding Your ISA Program
Wondering how you’ll fund your program? ISA’s got you covered! If you receive financial aid for your home university, you will likely be able to use those funds for study abroad too. The first step is usually speaking with your home university. Check out the steps for using financial aid here.
Need to know how much to budget for a term abroad? Take a look at the additional expenses you might expect, depending on your program.
As an ISA participant, you have the opportunity to apply for scholarships and grants that can be applied directly to assist with your study abroad programs. We offer over $1,000,000 in scholarships and grants each year. To see what opportunities are available, visit the scholarships and grants page.View all Funding Options
Living in ISA housing will give you the opportunity to experience aspects of the Czech lifestyle that are inaccessible to the average visitor to Prague. Uncovering the uniqueness of your neighborhood and the surrounding areas will help you to feel right at home. Housing is located either within walking distance from campus, or near public transportation (metro, bus, tram) that can take you to class. With an open and adaptable mind, the experience of living in another culture can be highly rewarding.
We strive to match your housing requests with our available accommodations, however, housing requests cannot be guaranteed.
Apartments are assigned on a first-come/first-served basis, and availability is limited. Placement into apartments cannot be guaranteed.
Residents are placed in furnished, centrally located apartments. All apartments are either within walking distance or are located near public transit routes relative to the university. Larger metropolitan cities will have a longer commute. While apartments are standardized in terms of basic amenities, they can vary greatly in terms of both aesthetics and proximity to the university.
Bedrooms are typically double occupancy with a shared living area, kitchen and bathroom, although occasionally apartments have a single room(s). Residents will determine who will sleep in which room. Single rooms cannot be guaranteed in advance. Each apartment is equipped with basic furnishings and supplies, including one single bed per occupant, a closet/clothing storage space, basic cookware and kitchenware, a table and chairs, and furnished sitting area. Desks, when available, are to be shared by all residents. Each resident is expected to provide their own paper and cleaning products as well as replace light bulbs. Each resident will receive their own key.
Academic Year students should be aware that apartment housing is assigned each term according to availability and demand, and it is therefore possible that their apartment location may change from semester to semester. Rent is included in the program price beginning on the program's arrival date on site until the morning of the program's official end date.
You will pay a $500 refundable security deposit if living in this ISA housing option. ISA may retain some, or all, of this deposit in the event of damage to property, or if utility usage exceeds the allotted monthly amount
You may elect to secure housing independently. If you select this option, you will receive a discount equal to the housing portion of the program price.
THERE’S MORE TO DISCOVER WITH ISA
ISA excursions allow you to explore the unique, enticing, breathtaking landscape of the Czech Republic that you may not have the chance to visit on your own. While abroad, you will have the chance to go on trips to the following destinations.
A UNESCO World Heritage site, south Bohemia's Cesky Krumlov is one of the region's prettiest towns. Made up of elegant Renaissance buildings that house charming cafés, pubs, restaurants, shops, and galleries, Cesky Krumlov is surrounded by picturesque countryside. On this day trip, you will explore the quaint town center, visit the castle, and a walk along the serine Vltava River.
Karlovy Vary (Carlsbad)
Spend the day exploring and relaxing in this peaceful spa town in west Bohemia. This small Czech town is famous for its thermal baths, which are believed to have many healing properties. Take a dip in one of the curative mineral springs and tour the unique spa architecture.
Vienna is a city dripping in culture. The city is full of museums, galleries, concert halls, and top-notch shopping. Wander through this historic-yet-modern city and discover hidden alleys and shops as street musicians play lovely Mozart tunes. Tour the beautiful gardens of the Schönbrunn Palace, visit the Hofburg Palace, and revel in the many musical and culinary delights of this worldly city.
This UNESCO World Heritage city once competed to be the capital seat of the Czech Republic and is one of the most historically important cities in the country. Visit the "Bone Church," a small chapel decorated with over 40,000 human skeletons. Down the road lies St. Barbara's Church, one of the most famous Gothic churches in Central Europe.