College of International and Public Relations Prague, Czech Republic

College of International and Public Relations in Prague was founded in 2002 as one of the first private colleges in the Czech Republic. College has its branch in Bratislava - Education and Consultation Institute in Bratislava (Vzdělávací a konzultačný inštitút v Bratislave) which was founded in 2008.
U Santošky 1093/17, 150 00 Praha 5-Smíchov, Czechia
+420 251 563 158

College provides quality learning programs in a Bachelor degree (in Czech language):

  1. International Relations and Diplomacy
  2. Public Relations
  3. Public Administration

and a Master degree (in Czech language):

  1. International and Diplomatic Studies
  2. European Studies and Public Administration
  3. Political Science and Political Marketing

College has a close contact with the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Czech Diplomatic Academy, and Ministry of Trade and Industry. Among members of its Academic Council are such personalities like Jiří Weigl, previous Chancellor of President Václav Klaus, Jan Kavan, previous Minister of Foreign Affairs and President of U.N. General Assembly, Martin Tlapa, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and others.

Headquarters are situated in the heart of Prague 5 not far from historical centre of Prague. In 2015, College was awarded by Erasmus+ Czech National Agency for Erasmus mobility with partners from France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Sweden, Turkey, etc. College has partners also outside European Union in Azerbaijan, Bosna and Herzegovina, China and Russia. The international office facilitates the international mobility of both students and teaching staff and co-ordinates the international activities at all levels. We offer foreign and incoming students friendly, welcoming and creative environment where every student receives personal treatment. The teaching at our university is in the hands of a professional team of highly-qualified lecturers.


  • Basis of the Public International Law
  • Developing countries in International relations
  • New Global Economic Architecture
  • Islamic World in International relations
  • Chinese Foreign Policy since 1949
  • PR and International Politics
  • Introduction to International Economy 1
  • EU – in the past, today and in the future
  • Marketing in Cinematography Essentials of Marketing
  • History and Culture of Central Europe


  • Czech
  • Italian
  • French
  • English + conversation
  • Spanish + conversation
  • Russian + conversation
  • German + conversation
  • English for Law
  • English for Economics

Prague and Bratislava have long-term common history within Central Europe. The concept of Central Europe is based on a common historical, social and cultural identity. The elements of unity with western part of Europe were based on Catholic and Protestant churches in comparison with Eastern part where Orthodox church is common. The elements of unity with Eastern part of Europe are Slavic languages. The quality of life in Central Europe before World War I within Austro-Hungarian Empire was higher than in some western countries. From October 28, 1918, when Czechoslovakia declared independence till January 1, 1993 when Czechoslovakia was peacefully divided, Czech and Slovak people live together in the same state. After peaceful dissolution two separate states – Czech Republic and Slovak Republic was constituted. Nevertheless, people-to-people contacts between two independent countries are very frequent and useful and our College is the best example.

Prague is one of the best-preserved historical centres in Europe. Twice in history, during the era of Holy Roman Emperor and king of Bohemia Charles IV. (reign 1346-1378), and again during the reign of Holy Roman Emperor and king of Bohemia Rudolf II. (reign 1576-1612) Prague was the political centre. Famous Charles Bridge over the Vltava River, Prague Castle and Lesser Town, Old Town with the splendid Jewish Quarter and old synagogues, and many other historic churches as well as architectural examples of Gothic, Baroque, Renaissance, and Art Nouveau styles makes Prague an important European political, cultural, and commercial centre, role it has played for centuries. Today, this important UNESCO World Heritage Site serves as a major tourist and students draw, luring visitors from far and wide for its lively entertainment as well as its rich theatrical and music scenes.

Bratislava (in German Pressburg, Hungarian Pozsony, Latin Posonium) was the coronation site and legislative centre of the Kingdom of Hungary (1536-1783). The strategic position over Danube and not far from Vienna destined the city to be a site of frequent attacks and battles, but also brought it economic development and high political status. Old Town, Bratislava Castle, Devin Castle, Town Hall, Roman military camp in Rusovce, from the era when south Slovakia was part of Roman Empire (Limes Romanum), should be visited if you want to understand Central Europe.

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Country Czech Republic
State/Province Hlavní město Praha
Distance 328 Kilometers
Address U Santošky 1093/17, 150 00 Praha 5-Smíchov, Czechia