The aim of the study program is to prepare highly qualified public administration specialists-experts and analysts, who are able to integrate fundamental knowledge of public governance, regional development, and the abilities of research and expert activities in the preparation and implementation of regional development programs.
Why this program?
Interdisciplinarity is an essential characteristic of a public administration professional field, attributed to the integration of subjects of public administration, management, policy, economics, law, and other study fields.
The joint character of the program, expanding opportunities for studies abroad, strengthening scientific and studies potential with the potential of the University of Pardubice, supplementing a traditional theme and methods of public administration in Lithuania with traditions of the Czech Republic.
Internationalization manifests through teaching staff and students’ mobility, joint innovations of content, and methods of studies of universities-partners.
Joint Study Program with the University of Pardubice, Czech Republic
Nowadays more and more European Universities offer Joint Study Programmes as an important tool in the internationalization and cooperation within the European Educational Area. A joint study program promotes mobility and intercultural exchange as well as increased international employability of its graduates.
A joint study program is an integrated curriculum coordinated and offered jointly by different higher education institutions and leading to double/multiple or joint degrees.
The main features of the joint program are:
It consists of a consortium of international partner universities;
Students have the facilities and expertise of all partner universities in the consortium at their disposal.
The teaching staff constitutes international lecturers.
Students choose one entrance university and at least one (depending on the curriculum of the joint degree program) mobility university.
The study program is carried out within a framework of organized mobility.
Modules and courses completed during the mobility period are automatically recognized.
Students receive either a national degree from individual institutions or a jointly conferred degree.
The joint diploma - an international diploma - is recognized by all degree-awarding partner universities.
The University of Pardubice is an international university with a worldwide reputation offering a combination of high-quality of education in the Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctoral degree study programs with almost 130 study specializations. Its educational, scientific, research, and development activities are realized in accordance with the Higher Education Act No. 111/1998, and towards the European Higher Education and Research Area (EHEA and ERA).
The University of Pardubice has been extending more than fifty-five year-long traditions of higher education in the city of Pardubice.