Information about the study programme

Are you interested in international relations? Are politics and economics fields you want to pursue in the future? Do you realize that ecology and the environment are critical issues in today’s world? This multidisciplinary study programme covers all three of these broad fields. After graduating, you can apply for positions requiring knowledge of economic, environmental, social, cultural and political issues in various countries around the world.
Bachelor's (Bc.)
Faculty of Regional Development and International Studies
Length of study:
3 years
Form of study:
Full time
Start of studies:
23. September 2024 or 17. February 2025
Admission criteria:
Admission test, Tuition fee paid

Subjects taught - full time

The list of subjects taught is based on the current school year and is only indicative.

With this degree you can work as

  • An expert in a national or international institution focused on development
  • An expert at the UN, OECD, or another international organization
  • An entrepreneur running your own business
  • An expert at an EU institution or other public administration institution
  • An expert at a financial institution supporting international development activities
  • A coordinator at a humanitarian aid organization
  • A project manager
  • A member of an embassy’s staff, possibly as an ambassador in the future
  • A manager in the private sector

Additional information

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Study programme ambassadors

From the moment I set foot here, my expectations were not just met but surpassed in every way. The study program is a perfect fit for my aspirations. The universities are modern and well-equipped. It’s like having all the tools you need to excel right at your fingertips. The difference between studying here in Czechia and back in my home country is the quality of education. Here is a league of its own, and what's even more astonishing is that it doesn't break the bank.
I've always been interested in international relations, geography, and global issues, which is why FRRMS was the only option for continuing my studies. Here, I've strengthened my professional knowledge and decided to actively engage in faculty life.