Double Degree Salzburg – Olomouc

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SCEUS runs a Double Degree Programme with our partner-university Palacký University Olomouc – take the opportunity to study not only in Salzburg but spend some time in Czech Republic.

Study abroad in Olomouc and acquire two degrees:

  • Master of Arts in EU STUDIES at Universität Salzburg
  • Mgr. in EUROPEAN STUDIES WITH FOCUS ON EUROPEAN LAW at Olomouc University

To be awarded the Double Degree, most courses in this curriculum have to be completed in Salzburg. This is followed by a stay in Olomouc (if possible during the last semester). Your stay in Olomouc may take one semester, or more, if you prefer. In Olomouc you take courses according to the requirements of the Palacky University Olomouc as well as your EUS curriculum at the University of Salzburg and deepen your knowledge especially in European Law.

Additionally the master thesis has to focus on current topics relevant to the Czech Republic.The master thesis has to be cosupervised from authorized Professors at the Palacky and Salzburg Universities. The master examination will take place in Salzburg, questions will be asked by professors from both universities.
After successful completion of the master examination, a request for both degrees can be made, according to the requirements of both universities.

Application:

  • Last name
  • First name
  • Gender
  • Citizenship
  • Date of birth (dd/mm/yyyy)
  • Place of birth (City)
  • Email address
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Transcript of records
  • Short letter of motivation (half a page)

Application Deadline:
June 30th

 

As Brigitta, one of our Olomouc-DD Alumni puts it: „Olomouc is a charming little city with a vibrating student life. I can only recommend it! Joining a double degree programme means more knowledge, and twice as many friends and connections. It is a decision that you simply cannot regret!“


 

 

The Palacký University Faculty of Law continues with the centuries-long tradition of higher law education in Olomouc. Its modern history began in 1991, when it was established as the first post-revolutionary faculty of law in contemporary Czechoslovakia. Its mission is to support the values of freedom, democracy and civil society. It was awarded the Hannah Arendt Prize in this regard in 1996.
Out of all Czech the law faculties, it provides the most sophisticated system of competence and practical training. Beginning already in the first year of study. Its legal clinics are among the top ones on a European scale.

 To the university

 

Find here experience reports by some of our EUS students!