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Click here for a definition of this term Language of Instruction: English, French Area of Study: Accounting
Program Type: Pace Partner
Program Description:

Study Abroad in Prague

Choose courses from Anglo-American University's (AAU) full curriculum: More than 100 courses, all taught in English, across a range of disciplines. You'll attend class alongside local Czech and other international students, creating a truly integrated experience. Many courses incorporate an active learning style that takes you out of the classroom and into the city, lending real-world context to lessons learned in class. AAU's five schools—Business Administration, Humanities & Social Sciences, Journalism, International Relations & Diplomacy, and Law—provide you with diverse course options to meet your academic interests. Possible thematic tracks to focus your studies include: Culture & Politics in Central Europe, Visual Arts in Central Europe, and Certificate in Central European Jewish Studies. Complement your studies at AAU with courses at the CEA Prague Center, where you’ll examine Czech culture and gain new insights into historical and contemporary life in this Central European city.

 Semester/Term Eligibility Requirements Rec. Semester Credits
 Semester  2.50 Min GPA; Completed one year of college  12-15
 Year  2.50 Min GPA; Completed one year of college  24-30


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Where You'll Study

Anglo-American University (AAU), is Prague’s oldest private university. With a strong focus on international students, AAU offers more than 100 courses across its five schools. Courses are taught in English; you’ll attend class alongside local Czech and other international students from more than 50 countries. AAU’s stunning campus is located in the 17th century Thurn-Taxis Palace in the central Mala Strana neighborhood, adjacent to the CEA Prague Center and within walking distance of the Charles Bridge and other notable historic sites. Study at the CEA Prague Center, located in the historic Malá Strana district. Courses give you the opportunity to further your academic pursuits in a variety of subjects with Prague as your classroom. Students will receive a transcript from the Anglo-American University and the University of New Haven, CEA’s School of Record, upon completion of their program. upon completion of their program.

What's Included

  • Pre-Departure Advising
  • Airport Pickup
  • Housing
  • 24/7 Onsite Emergency Assistance
  • Excursions & Cultural Activities
  • and more

Excursions

  • Ceský Krumlov
  • Karlovy Vary
  • Kutná Hora
  • and more.

Funding Options

CEA has several ways to help you fund your program, including scholarships, grants, and vouchers. Find out more about what we have to offer.

Learn more about funding



Pace's Partner Program Application Process:
Follow these STEPS TO STUDY ABROAD (March2022)

Pace's Study Abroad Application Deadlines:
  • Fall Semester: March 15
  • Spring Semester: October 15
  • Summer Semester : March 15
NOTE: Pace students are not eligible for the CEA promotion offering a flight voucher worth up to $1,000 USD.‚Äč

PRE-APPROVED COURSES
Click the above link to see the courses that have been approved for Pace students who previously studied abroad on this CEA Prague Full Curriculum program. 
  • Pace recommends that you try to select courses from this Pre-approved Courses list because any listed CEA Prague program courses have already been reviewed and approved by Pace Department Chairs.
  • If you select courses from this list, you’ll only need to receive approval from your Pace Academic Advisor for those courses - which will make the process of receiving Pace academic credit for your semester abroad much easier. 
  • However, if the pre-approved courses listed don’t fit with your interests/academic plans and you chose a course that’s NOT on the pre-approved list, you’ll need to seek approval from a Pace Department Chair. 
  • Be sure to check with CEA's current course catalog (and Pace’s current course catalog) because some courses listed on the link above may no longer be offered on this CEA Prague program or are only available during one of the terms (Fall or Spring).
  • Read more about the process of obtaining Pace academic credit for courses taken abroad
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Pace resources for you:
  • Study Abroad FAQs: If you have more questions about studying abroad while at Pace, review these Pace study abroad FAQs.
  • Pace study abroad FAQs: If you have more questions about academics related to study abroad, review these Pace FAQs.
  • Financial FAQs: If you have more questions about the cost of study abroad, financial aid, and scholarships, review these Pace FAQs.
    • Students are responsible for:
      • Pace tuition and Fees, including a $100 Study Abroad Fee are billed to the student's Pace account. 
      • Room charges are the responsibility of the student and are paid directly to the host institution.
      • Out-of-pocket expenses (airfare, meals, local transportation, etc.) are the responsibility of the student.
      • All federal and state financial aid apply during the semester abroad. Up to $12,500 of institutional financial aid (Pace scholarships/grants) applies to the semester abroad. (Portability of Pace institutional aid is limited to 2 semesters, and Pace tuition remission does not apply.)


ENSURE YOU ENROLL IN ENOUGH CREDITS DURING YOUR SEMESTER ABROAD!!
A minimum of 12 U.S. credits is required during a semester abroad.

IMPORTANT! COVID UPDATES!

While we encourage you to move forward with your study abroad planning, please read this important information about COVID-19:
 
  • The global situation regarding COVID-19 ever changing. While Pace Study Abroad is still processing applications, it is unclear what the state of the pandemic will be in the next few months in countries abroad, or what U.S. or foreign government policies will be. Pace's decision-making is always guided by what we believe is in the best interest of our students’ health and safety, balanced with the students’ educational goals and opportunities.
  • Program participants are permitted to proceed with their plans to study abroad with the understanding that they do so at their own risk. Any financial loss incurred because of program cancellation, travel, or health issues related to COVID-19 will not be reimbursed by Pace. 
  • Discuss your plans with your family to determine your personal comfort level with international travel this summer.
  • Due to the changing nature of COVID-19 and foreign immigration laws, the foreign institution/program provider could decide to cancel completely or move the study abroad program to a fully virtual format with short notice - without providing reimbursement.
  • Foreign entry requirements can change at the last minute. Policies that may currently permit the entry of U.S. passport holders for the purpose of study abroad could be changed without notice due to the COVID pandemic.
    • You will probably be required to show proof of a negative COVID test and/or proof of COVID vaccinations at immigration on arrival at your host country abroad. The costs of all such COVID tests are your responsibility. Proof of COVID vaccination may be imposed by host country governments/airlines for entry into the host country at the last minute.
    • Many airlines currently require proof of a negative COVID test. It is your responsibility to ensure that you can obtain such a test and cover the costs.
    • U.S. passport holders may be required to quarantine upon entry into the host country in advance of the program start date. This quarantine may or may not be permitted to occur in housing through the foreign university/program provider.
    • It's your responsibility to consult directly with the foreign institution regarding COVID -19 quarantine requirements and associated costs. Note: costs associated with quarantine are not covered by federal financial aid.
  • We strongly suggest that you purchase fully refundable airline tickets and/or trip cancellation insurance ("cancel for any reason" coverage) and ensure that the policy covers cancellation due to pandemic. (Pace assumes no responsibility for losses or penalties due to program cancellation or student withdrawal.) 
  • Pace strongly advises that students purchase their own medical/emergency/travel insurance that will cover them during the duration of their time abroad, and students will receive some recommended insurance policies from Pace to consider.
  • You will be required to follow all COVID-related laws and protocols in your host country abroad as well as those outlined by your host institution.
  • Returning to the USA after your program
    • Proof of a negative COVID test no more than 3 days prior to the return flight is currently required to re-enter the U.S. 
    • Travel restrictions may change while you're abroad, prohibiting students from returning to the U.S. 
    • There may be a need to self-isolate upon your return to the U.S. 
We will keep you updated, and it’s important that you stay in close contact with us and check your emails. Our email is studyabroad@pace.edu
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Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Fall 2022 05/15/2022
**
Rolling Admission 08/25/2022 12/16/2022
Academic Year 2022-2023 05/15/2022
**
Rolling Admission TBA TBA
Spring 2023 10/10/2022 ** Rolling Admission 01/30/2023 05/23/2023

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.

Indicates that deadline has passed