Study and Experience Program
  • One-week study program in English
  • Top-ranked universities
  • Beautiful cities to discover
Dates & Registration

EUROMATES: The Study and Experience Program

This one-week student mobility program is based on a reciprocal exchange of international students between partner faculties from different European countries. The program combines studying intensive course focused on a selected management and marketing topic with discovering a foreign culture. It provides a group of students with the unique opportunity to spend a week at one of the faculties participating in the program and to experience the student life of another culture.

Why students should participate in the program

The main benefits for students participating in the EUROMATES program are:

  1. The opportunity to extend knowledge and skills in management & marketing
  2. The opportunity to improve your English
  3. The opportunity to gain credits in JUST ONE WEEK
  4. The opportunity to explore beautiful cities and their surrounding in different countries
  5. The opportunity to establish contact with people from abroad, to make new friends and to enjoy a stay in foreign country for minimum costs

Program Partners

The Faculty of Management,
University of Economics, Prague

The Faculty of Management is the newest faculty of the University of Economics, Prague and is the only faculty located outside the capital. It offers education in the field of Management for nearly 1000 students at a fully renovated campus located in the city of Jindrichuv Hradec.

Jindrichuv Hradec is a peaceful South Bohemian city with more than 22,500 inhabitants and is located near the Austrian border, 160 km from Prague. The city is a popular destination for tourists visiting the beautiful sights of the South Bohemian Region and is dominated by the third largest castle and chateau complex in the Czech Republic. When walking through the city centre, you can find traditional merchant houses with typical decorations along with many other historical monuments. The city is a gateway to the Czech Canada Natural Park. This protected natural area takes its name from the character of the local landscape, which is full of deep forests and numerous waterways, and also because of its rather harsh climate.

The School of Economics and Business,
Kaunas University of Technology

KTU School of Economics and Business is one of the largest Schools in Kaunas University of Technology. It offers education for over 2,000 students. It is one of the largest centres for the training of economic, business and management specialists, well-known not only in Lithuania but also abroad. KTU SEB is a community of ambitious students, innovative researchers, lecturers, professionals in their field, dynamic business representatives, and responsible social partners. It seeks to be internationally recognized, interdisciplinary oriented economics, business and management research and studies competence centre, the best in the Baltic Region.

Kaunas is one of the most significant cities of Lithuania. Due to its geographical position, Kaunas is Lithuania’s most important centre of communication. It can also may claim to be a city of young people with over 35,000 students studying at one of the seven universities here. The Old Town of Kaunas is located at the confluence of the Nemunas and Neris Rivers where old architectural monuments and other historical buildings are located. The streets in Old Town have been turned to pedestrian sidewalks, so it is best to tour the place by foot. Prominent features of the Old Town include Kaunas Castle, the Town Hall, and the historical Presidential Palace.

Program Content

The EUROMATES program content primarily lies in studying one intensive course oriented to management and marketing issues. Incoming students to the Faculty of Management can freely choose one of the following courses during the registration.

Upcoming courses for spring semester 2019/2020

The Faculty of Management, University of Economics, Prague
Strategic Tourism Marketing
The Strategic Tourism Marketing course reflects the need for a complex approach to marketing activities in the tourism sector as one of the world’s fast-moving and dynamic industries. This comprehensive course emphasises the selected aspects of the international tourism environment that determine the market position of tourism destinations. The course also offers students the opportunity to explore different approaches to the trends in destination marketing, while building a practical framework for promoting tourism destination more strategically. It equips students with the fundamental knowledge and practical experience they need to prepare for a career in international tourism and marketing management.
The course is recommended for bachelor students after studying their first year of study. However, students of masters’ degree can also participate in the course.
Course Description
The course is aimed at applying marketing and approaches for making branding decisions. Topics cover a very advanced knowledge of the branding cycle, brand knowledge, brand equity, the value of trademarks, and marketing actions that influence consumer behaviour.
The course is recommended for bachelor students after studying their first year of study. However, students of masters’ degree can also participate in the course.
Course Description
The School of Economics and Business, Kaunas University of Technology
Bloomberg Market Concept
This course is designed to provide students with knowledge of different segments of financial markets while learning how to utilize Bloomberg Terminals to gain practical knowledge and experience. Assimilating the knowledge and skills which implies to comprehend innovations of financial markets using Bloomberg terminals, markets classification methods, efficiency forms, globalization problems and peculiarities of world exchanges. Mastered value factors of money and capital markets’ instruments, their usage and yield/risk relation. Bloomberg laboratory virtual tour:
The course is recommended for master students. However, students of bachelors’ degree after studying their first year of study can also participate in the course. They must have solid knowledge about economics and finance.
Course Description

Free-time Program

Spare time will be filled with exploring the cities where the faculties are located and the surroundings. Incoming students will have the opportunity to experience the life of a local student and to spend their free time as they choose – cafés, clubbing, playing games and taking part in faculty events organised by students.


Each partner guarantees incoming students free accommodation during the program period.
The Faculty of Management,
University of Economics, Prague

The Faculty of Management offers incoming students accommodation in a student dormitory. The dormitory is situated in the centre of Jindrichuv Hradec within 10 minutes’ walk from the faculty campus. The rooms are fully furnished and are equipped with beds, tables, chairs, wardrobes, lockers and a small refrigerator. Two rooms share a bathroom. Blankets, pillows, and bed linen are provided to students free of charge. A Wi-Fi internet connection is also available in every room free of charge.

The School of Economics and Business,
Kaunas University of Technology

The School of Economics and Business offers incoming students hostel-style private accommodation in Kaunas city centre. Hostel is located circa 300 m far from the faculty. Hostel rooms are suitable for 2-4 persons. They are fully furnished incl. seating area and a desk. Bathroom and toilet are shared. Hostel provides free Wi-fi, and a possibility to order breakfast which is served in a cafe near the hostel.

Tuition Fee & Travelling Costs

Participation in the EUROMATES program is free of charge for every participant. There are no tuition fees. However, participants are obliged to cover their travel expenses, such as:
  • international transportation costs
  • local transportation costs
  • daily meals
  • entrance fees
Participants are eligible to apply for financial support from their home faculties. They must respect the specific internal rules and financial framework of each partner institution.