W&M Prague Summer Program

 Photo courtesy of Jim Barber, 2011 excursion to Polish salt mine

Students with and without Czech language experience have the opportunity to journey to Prague this summer and immerse themselves in the culture while familiarizing themselves with the language.

W&M’s Prague Summer 2012 program is ideal for students interested in Czech culture and history, or the political and economic transformations of the eastern European country. Students will have access to a wide range of experiences, such as exploring castles  and visiting the Terezín concentration camp.

For 6 weeks participating students will live in a dormitory while studying at Charles University. The 7 credits earned will include conversational Czech and HIST 212: Sites of Memory in Prague and the Czech Republic, taught by W&M Professor Corney. All credits will count as W&M coursework and grades will factor into student GPA.

Contact Molly DeStafney for more information.

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