This interdisciplinary degree for students committed to making a difference as educators, social workers, or coaches and facilitators in today’s global and multicultural world will enable you to actively engage in differing perspectives and develop intercultural competencies and transversal skills in three tracks of your choice: 1) education and psychology, 2) social education, and 3) special and inclusive education. You will be provided with opportunities to gain a broad theoretical and practical understanding of diversity and inclusion in a range of intercultural contexts and educational settings.
Already during the first semester you will familiarize with educational processes, systems and policies in local schools and organizations. In the second semester you can choose the experience of observing the conditions of education of pupils with special educational needs. In the third semester you can do a teaching assistant practice at school, or you can tutor children in socially disadvantaged families. Throughout your practice, you can share your experience and different perspectives with Czech students, who will help you navigate yourself through culturally complex situations and provide you with a language assistance, if needed.
The highlight of your practice and community engagement will come in the fourth semester when you go on a 12-week long, 15-credit international internship abroad in schools, NGOs, or civil service departments across Europe or overseas. You will receive predeparture preparation, ongoing support during your stay abroad, and guided debriefings when you return.
Online Interview will be held within the first two weeks after the application deadline.
- Full Time
Secondary School-Leaving Certificate.
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- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning