Anglo-American University

Letenská 120/5, Praha 1, 11800

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Anglo American University, the oldest private university in the Czech Republic, has been educating global achievers from around the world since its founding in 1990. Situated in the beautifully restored Thurn-Taxis palace in Prague’s historic Malá Strana, AAU offers 17 undergraduate and graduate programs in English to students from over 70 countries across the world.

With an average of just 15 students per class, AAU places an emphasis on small, interactive classes and focuses on critical and creative thinking, effective communication, and flexibility. AAU also cooperates with local and international organizations to enrich students learning experiences outside of the classroom. The quality of teaching is guaranteed by the personalized approach we take with each student along with our rigorous international accreditations.

AAU is one of a few universities globally to have received accreditation from the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC), an American accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Most of AAU’s programs are also accredited by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic. Exceptions are the Law programs and the Chapman MBA program, which are offered in cooperation with international partners.

As a not-for-profit university, AAU continually invests in developing the potential of our community and improving our educational models. We work together with our diverse student body to cultivate a sense of ethical consciousness and social responsibility towards each other and the world.


Student Council: As an autonomous body, Student Council represents student's interests, secures student representation in university governance and organizes various student activities.

Student Services: AAU specialists are available to help with the process of registering and understanding what courses are available for students.

Mentors and AAU’s Buddy Program: AAU’s Buddy Program is comprised of a group of experienced AAU students who have volunteered to assist new students in adapting to both Prague and university life, ensuring students make the most out of their new life chapter.

Academic Tutoring: Tutoring provides students with assistance in improving their academic writing ability as well as helping them get more from their academic assignments. These scheduled sessions are free for all students as an excellent resource to improve the quality of their assignments.

Psychological Counseling: Provided by a trained psychologist, this counseling is available to help support in planning one's personal development, professional career, or addressing any mental health concerns.

Career Center: We offer excellent internships based on our students’ particular majors. Through well-kept relationships, our company database is constantly growing and provides students with a wide range of professional directions to explore.


The EU’s Erasmus program has been an important part of AAU’s push toward internationalization. AAU currently has 26 established erasmus agreements with European universities. The partnerships allow students and staff to travel abroad for a semester and experience the varying education systems and styles across the EU. Outside the EU, AAU’s efforts have historically focused on the USA and other English-speaking countries; but there has been a recent development to include exchange partnerships in Asia as well as this is an increasingly important economic area where graduates are seeking employment. AAU has 16 established partner universities for students to choose from in locations including but not limited to the USA, Korea, Australia, Malaysia, Canada and Israel.


American and European accreditation ensures that a degree from AAU is recognized around the world.
AAU is one of few universities globally to have received accreditation from the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC), an American accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.This means AAU graduates receive a university degree that is recognized worldwide as meeting the same rigorous academic standards that leading universities in the United States are subject to. In other words, earning a WSCUC-accredited degree means that your diploma will be recognized in the USA and the transferability of credits to the USA is much simpler as well.

Most of AAU’s programs are also accredited by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic, and the Czech Republic’s membership of the European Union ensures that degrees obtained from AAU are recognized throughout Europe.

AAU’s MBA program, which is offered in cooperation with Chapman University in California, is globally accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the gold standard of business school accreditations.

AAU’s Certificate of Higher Education in Common Law (CertHE Common Law), as well as the LLB and LLM programs are offered in cooperation with the University of London. The John H. Carey II School of Law is a Registered Centre for the University of London International Programmes whereby the quality of legal instruction offered at AAU is backed by and formally recognized by the integrity of the University of London Law Consortium.

AAU's student body includes full-time, exchange and study abroad students of many different nationalities. With students, faculty, and staff from more than 70 countries AAU is an international hub that provides a unique opportunity for students to learn and draw inspiration from many cultures and philosophies inside and outside the classroom.

Student activities include a regular student magazine, The Lennon Wall, an online radio station Sound Bricks, and a range of special interest clubs. Some recent examples of the successful clubs our students have gotten involved with include: Model United Nations, Diplomats, Hiking and Urban Gardening and Sustainability Club. Our faculty and students regularly participate in art exhibits, scholarly discussions at our monthly series Research and Creative Coffees, informal evening debates on current topics in our popular Professors in the Pub series, based at the Café de Taxis in the university courtyard, and Friday night performances at the Library.
Lennon Wall is AAU's student magazine, which takes its name from the John Lennon Wall, a monument to freedom of expression located near the university. The magazine describes itself as "a nonpartisan platform for aspiring reporters and future writers", independent from the university.

Sound Bricks is AAU’s student radio station. It broadcasts 24 hours a day on the Internet at, and its programming is produced by students, volunteers, and faculty. While Sound Bricks is an official project of AAU, the content of each program is the responsibility of the individual show creators.


1) Earn a university degree that’s recognized around the world.
2) Learn from top professors educated at the best universities across the globe.
3) Get hands-on experience working on real-world projects.
4) Get an education that develops, supports, and prepares you for the future.
5) Intern at top international companies or organizations.
6) Get a global perspective and understand different viewpoints.
7) Be sure you’ll get a job after you graduate.
8) Study on a small centralized campus in the heart of Prague.
9) Live in a vibrant, lively city full of beauty, culture, and life.
10) Take advantage of merit-based scholarship opportunities.

Anglo-American University's Five Schools of Study:

The School of Business Administration provides up-to-date theoretical knowledge in economics and management with a strong emphasis on practical applications to real business world situations. Teachers at this school work in organizations like DHL, GE Aviation, or the Czech National Bank, or they successfully run their own companies. The School organizes guest lectures and field trips and, in intermediate classes, students get to work on projects supervised by local and global businesses whereby teams are rewarded with first-hand feedback and direct chances for internships or part-time jobs.

The School of International Relations & Diplomacy covers the areas of theories of international relations, international political economy, international development, international law, conflict studies, diplomatic history, diplomatic protocol, and more. The undergraduate and graduate programs at this School give graduates a strong understanding of the theory and practice needed to excel in the dynamic fields of international relations and diplomacy. Through this School, AAU was the first and only civilian university to engage in an interactive project with NATO ACT, essentially bringing NATO experts into the classroom.

The School of Humanities & Social Sciences comprises four rigorously structured interdisciplinary undergraduate programs and one graduate program that cover a range of subjects from politics, psychology, sociology, art, literature, and media studies. Graduates continue on to work in media, cultural organizations, politics, or education.

The School of Journalism trains its students to excel at print and new media journalism using a combination of professional techniques and classroom theory. The School pays significant attention to preparing its students with an informed, developed, and responsible understanding of political and economic social issues and systems, both regionally and internationally, so students are able to reflect an understanding of the crucial relationship between news media and democratic politics. Skills taught include writing, digital tools, photography, broadcast news and video production, visual culture, and more.

The John H. Carey II School of Law embraces the common law tradition and offers a personal classroom experience and thorough legal education rooted in the law of England and Wales. With classes the size of the tutorials you would experience in British institutions, a dedicated faculty who will know you by name, and the tuition a fraction of the cost of the U.K., the School offers and intimate, rigorous, and affordable educational experience. The School consistently exceeds global

Undergraduate Programs:

Business Administration
Business Administration: Marketing and Communications Emphasis
Business Administration: Strategic Marketing Analysis and Planning Emphasis
Humanities, Society and Culture
Politics and Society
Jewish Studies: History and Culture
Visual Art Studies
International Relations
Journalism and Communications
Certificate of Higher Education in Common Law
Bachelor of Laws (LLB) – Undergraduate Entry
Bachelor of Laws (LLB) – Graduate Entry

Graduate Programs:

Business and Law in International Markets
MBA (Master of Business Administration) - in cooperation with Chapman University, California
International Relations and Diplomacy
Master of Law (LL.M.)
Professional Programs
MBA (Master of Business Administration) - in cooperation with Chapman University, California
Certificate Programs
Emerging Leader's Certificate
Advanced Leader's Certificate

Anglo-American University

Letenská 120/5, Praha 1, 11800

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