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Campus in Jindřichův Hradec, South Bohemia

The Faculty of Management The Faculty of Management in Jindrichuv Hradec is the youngest faculty, while having the distinction of being the only faculty of the University of Economics, Prague located outside of the capital. It offers education in the fields of Economics and Management for nearly 1500 students. Its modular study programme enables students to choose their study plan according to their interests and needs in a much larger way and specializes more effectively. Faculty of Management in Jindřichův Hradec accepts only bachelor exchange students from agreed universities in EU and only for Fall Semesters. Among the main advantages of the Faculty of Management are primarily:

  1. The environment of the largest and oldest Czech economic-managerial university
  2. A high rate of employment among graduates
  3. New library and information centre and modernized residence hall
  4. Feel at home in the friendly atmosphere of Jindrichuv Hradec with rich cultural and social activities

  Students at the Bachelor level are trained for middle and higher management positions in various types of organizations. Graduates are expected to be able to coordinate their activities and resources, creating an environment and conditions conducive to the fulfilment of organization’s objectives, including the ability to define such objectives.   More information about the faculty is available here.

Information about regular and intensive courses can be found here.

Jindrichuv Hradec

Jindrichuv Hradec is a peaceful South Bohemian city. It is a city with rich history, located near the Austrian border, approximately 50 km north-east from Ceske Budejovice – capital of the region. The city has a regular train and bus connection with Prague which is 160 km far from Jindrichuv Hradec. It has approximately 22,700 inhabitants.   Jindrichuv Hradec is a popular destination for tourists visiting the beauty spots of South Bohemia. It is the city with numerous cultural and historical monuments and one of the largest castle and chateau complexes in the Czech Republic. In the centre of the city, which still retains the pleasant whiff of a royal atmosphere, visitors can find many romantic spots among the winding streets of richly decorated merchants’ houses with colourful facades. They can see the Baroque statue of the Holy Trinity and the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, whose corner is located right on the 15th meridian east, or they can stop at the Jindrichuv Hradec Museum, which has the largest mechanical nativity scene in the world.   Jindrichuv Hradec is not only a city of unique historical monuments but also city offering a rich cultural life and range of possibilities for student life. It is a gateway to the Czech Canada. This protected natural area got its name from the character of the local landscape, which is full of deep forests and numerous bodies of water, and also due to its rather harsh climate.

More information about Jindrichuv Hradec is available here.