The The Bachelor of Arts in Jewish Studies: History and Culture program is the newest and most distinguished Jewish Studies program in Central Europe. It emphasises the Jewish contribution and experience in Central Europe, and the practice of the humanities and social sciences. With AAU’s international faculty of specialists, students learn practical as well as academic skills in research, communications, diplomacy, psychology, and social anthropology. This bachelor Jewish Studies program enhances cultural awareness. Students experience a cross-cultural and interdisciplinary curriculum that advances knowledge, skill, and understanding in Jewish history and culture.
Required documents: Evidence of completing secondary education (a notarized copy of a High School Diploma or its equivalent, e.g. IB Diploma, A levels certificate, etc.), Copy of transcript, Language certificate (TOEFL (525 on paper-based test, 197 on computer-based, 71 on Internet-based); FCE (B); CAE (C); IELTS (6.0. | minimum of 5.5 in each subtest)), Curriculum Vitae, Motivation essay/ Personal Statement (300-500 words), 2 letters of recommendation, Copy of ID/ passport, Passport size photograph, application fee CZK 500 and the admission fee CZK 1.500
personal / skype interview
5 556 EUR / 6 303 USD / 150 000 CZK