Anglo-american university

Exchange Program

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Program Description

Whether you are visiting us for the first time online or in-person, you can rest assured you are in the right place. You are in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, which ranked the 7th most attractive city for students in the world in 2022. It was also the 7th most friendly city in the world in 2021 and we believe it to be true of this wonderful city. 

Anglo-American University is proud to be in Prague and part of such a grand history! AAU provides a modern education based on the Anglo-American traditional teaching meaning a focus on teaching in small, dynamic groups, facilitating real-world experiences with seminars, internships, and project-based education to identify and satisfy individual learning needs.

 
Program Dates and Deadlines:
Term Nomination Deadline  Application Deadline  
Fall, Spring, or Academic Year March 15 for Fall; September 30 for Spring March 31 for Fall; October 30 for Spring  

 

Information Sheet

Open to Any academic discipline
Language of Instruction English
Level of Study Undergraduate
Credit Offered FAU credits

 

ACADEMICS:

Anglo-American University offers curriculum across multiple disciplines. Students can view AAU course offerings here

Please note that course offerings are subject to change based on term and year. Education Abroad cannot guarantee that the courses shown will be available for the term/year you study abroad. 

Students participating on an exchange program will be taking courses at the host university. Students need to work with Education Abroad and their academic advisor to see if courses abroad are equivalent to FAU courses and how those FAU equivalencies are degree applicable. Education Abroad has created a blanket equivalency database for courses offered at AAU and their FAU equivalencies here

Program Eligibility & Requirements

  • Must have a 2.5 overall GPA for undergraduate students at the time of application
  • Must be in good academic standing at the time of application
  • Only open to degree-seeking FAU students
  • See Policies & Procedures page for more information

 

Education Abroad Advisor: 

Brendan Richardson, Associate Director
Phone number: 561-297-3227
Email: brichardson@fau.edu 

Schedule an appointment: Navigate

 

Travel Documentation

Important notice! Passport processing times have changed. Review up-to-date details HERE.

Routine processing times can take 10-13 weeks, and expedited applications in 7-9 weeks. Processing times begin when your application is received by a passport agency or center, and do not include mailing times. It may take up to 2 weeks for your application to be received by passport agency, and up to 2 weeks for you to receive your completed passport after agency mails it to you. Therefore, you should add an additional 4 weeks to you passport application processing time. 

A valid passport is required for all international travel. If you are traveling anywhere abroad, you need a passport to board an international flight and to enter the country. Passport cards will not be accepted as form of I.D. You may be denied boarding if you travel with a passport that appears damaged or altered.

Some countries require that your passport be valid at least six months beyond the dates of your trip. Some airlines will not allow you to board if this requirement is not met. Check the Country Information to learn about entry and exit requirements for the country or countries in which you are traveling.  

If you are applying for a passport for the first time, you need to renew your passport, or you have any other passport questions, you can find information on the Travel.State.Gov website. In addition, several U.S. Embassies and Consulates provide information to assist applicants in collecting the documentation needed. For a list of Embassies, please visit U.S. Embassy.gov.

Location

Life at AAU in Prague is exciting and allows students to learn indispensable life skills while immersed in a historically significant environment. You will live in vibrant neighborhoods, shop at local stores, and experience life in one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

Housing

AAU is proud to offer students the opportunity to live with classmates from different countries. AAU is partners with Zeitraum Student Housing as our exclusive provider.
Located at U Průhonu 56, in  Prague 7, in a newly refurbished building, Zeitraum offers housing for AAU students and other young professionals in Prague. The building is approximately 25 minutes to the AAU campus by public transport and offers facilities equipped for comfortable student living. 

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Funding opportunities 

Financial Aid and Scholarship Information 

  • Students participating on may use eligible financial aid
  • Bright Futures and Florida Prepaid are eligible for an exchange program
    • Please reach out to Jolla Molinar, jmolinar@fau.edu, for assistance with financial aid and Bright Futures
    • Please reach out to Tuition & Billing Services, webcontroller@fau.edu, for assistance with Florida Prepaid
  • Program participants are eligible to apply for the FAU Education Abroad Scholarship amongst other nationally recognized scholarships
  • See additional scholarship and funding information here
  • Note that financial aid will not be disbursed to your student account until 2-3 weeks after the FAU drop/add period of the semester you are studying abroad

 

budgetary items

These are items to consider to budget for your study abroad program: 

FAU Tuition: 

FAU Tuition Calculator - please use the tuition calculator to determine tuition 

Housing

87,000 Czech Krona for a double room or 117,000 Czech Krona for a single room (refundable deposit included in the amount)

Out of pocket expenses:

  • $200 administrative fee due at time of application
  • International flight
  • Personal spending
  • Visa expenses (visa fee and pre-paid postage)
  • Czech health insurance
  • International health insurance

Health, Safety and Travel Documentation

All students must attend pre-departure sessions prior to study abroad. Education Abroad awill provide you with further details pertaining to dates, times, and virtual link  the semester before your program. 

1) Mandatory pre-departure orientation hosted by the Education Abroad office. This session will cover general international travel related topics such as health, safety, insurance, and travel tips. 

International Health and Travel Insurance

All FAU students participating on an exchange program will need to register in international health and travel insurance coverage through Cultural Insurance Services International (CISI). This mandatory insurance ensures that students have access to medical and emergency support services while abroad. You can view the policy here

Resources

  1. Reduced risk of denied entry if a country requires vaccination for entry
  2. Reduced risk of having to get vaccinated abroad if it becomes mandatory in the country of study
  3. Reduced risk of denied acceptance to one of our foreign universities
  4. Reduced risk of denied acceptance into campus housing or host accommodations abroad
  5. Reduced risk of spreading COVID-19 and its variants to other parts of the world, including the communities where we have programs
  6. Reduced risk of contracting COVID-19 while abroad, which could lead to missed classes and excursions, mandatory quarantine or isolation, and other disruptions to the program
  7. Increases student access to local events, services, and travel while abroad
  8. Provides more flexibility in planning study abroad extracurricular activities, including excursions
  9. The WHO and U.S. CDC agree that the vaccine helps reduce the risk of serious illness and helps prevent the spread of COVID-19
  10. Alongside our other prevention measures, the vaccine significantly increases protection for FAU faculty, staff, students, and international partners

Regarding increased access because of being vaccinated, please be aware that businesses and services may legally restrict access to exclude unvaccinated individuals. Local ordinances may allow the same. In such cases, FAU won’t be able to intervene or advocate on your behalf.