About the Centre
Jan Masaryk Centre for International Studies is the oldest academic institution in the Czech Republic teaching and conducting research on international politics and diplomacy. Founded in 1991, the Centre trains internationally-oriented professionals for public administration, especially focusing on the political and economic relations of the Czech Republic, international organizations, and foreign politics oriented media. The Centre alumni are not only fluent in several foreign languages, but also possess deep knowledge and extensive skillset in international politics, international economics and business.
Accreditations and Awards
IDS through the Jan Masaryk Centre for International Studies is an Affiliate Member of the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs. The member schools of APSIA are the primary sources of education for international affairs professionals in their respective countries. These schools prepare students for the global workplace of the 21st century by combining multidisciplinary, policy-oriented, intercultural studies with career development. The APSIA schools are proud of their reputations for producing diverse, well-educated and sophisticated international affairs professionals, many of whom hold leadership positions in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors throughout the world.
The University of Economics, Prague has been certified with the ECTS and DS Labels by the European Commission for the correct implementation of the European credit system. It has been awarded repeatedly as one of the best business schools in Central and Eastern Europe by the Eduniversal Ranking agency.
Jan Masaryk Review
Jan Masaryk Review of International Studies is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal published at least once a year by the Jan Masaryk Centre for International Studies, University of Economics, Prague. It aims to disseminate original theoretical and empirical research and stimulate debate on international phenomena and processes encompassing: international and European politics; diplomacy; economic diplomacy; international law; and particularly the following research priorities of the Jan Masaryk Centre: the transformation of actors in international relations; the contemporary political-security and political-economic integration processes; and the foreign policy and diplomacy in a transforming international environment.