Economics, Philosophy, Politics (Mgr.)

Master's Degree
Full-time study
Economics, Philosophy, Politics

Why Choose This Study Programme
Economics, Philosophy, Politics?

Are you interested in the economic, philosophical, and political challenges of the 21st century? Do you want to learn how to critically analyze the current economic and political environment and become a leader and innovator in the private, public, or non-profit sectors? The Master's program in Economics, Philosophy, Politics will provide you with the necessary knowledge and skills.

Graduate Profile

This study program is designed for students who aim to acquire deep knowledge and skills in the fields of economics, philosophy, and politics and apply them across a wide range of professions in the private, public, and non-profit sectors.



Graduates can find employment as economic and political analysts, managers, consultants, diplomats, researchers, and in other professions requiring economic expertise, critical thinking, and the ability to make informed decisions in complex situations. Opportunities exist in both national and international institutions, companies, banks, consulting firms, think tanks, and the academic sphere.

What you will learn

You will gain profound knowledge of economic theories and principles, philosophical and ethical foundations of society, as well as political systems and institutions. You will learn to analyze macroeconomic indicators, evaluate economic policies, critically examine economic theories and methods, apply economic principles and moral values in decision-making processes. You will be able to predict future trends, formulate innovative ideas, and make informed decisions in complex situations.

Full-time form of study

The full-time form of study is based on full-time teaching (Mon - Thu) with compulsory attendance.

Admission Requirements

The admissions process is conducted through a motivational letter or an individual motivational interview. A prerequisite for acceptance is the successful completion of a bachelor's or master's degree program at university and proficient knowledge of the English language at level B2 or higher.

The study concludes with a state final examination, which consists of defending the diploma thesis and an oral examination on specified subjects.

Program Parameters



Form of study

Full-time form of study

Length of study

2 years

Language of study


Place of study


Tuition fees per semester

Prague CZK 55,000 (possibility to divide tuition fees into monthly payments without increase)

Form of the admission procedure

Motivational letter or individual motivational interview (our graduates only need to submit an application)

Start of the academic year

30. 9. 2024


Programme Guarantor

doc. Ing. Božena Kadeřábková, CSc.

An economist, she has a number of scientific publications with a good international citation response. She is a member of editorial boards and a reviewer of indexed domestic and foreign journals and a chairing member of the academic board of prestigious international conferences.
doc. Ing. Božena Kadeřábková, CSc.

Study Plan

List of subjects

  • Macroeconomics
  • Open economy macroeconomics
  • Great Thinkers in Political and Economic Thought
  • Economic policy of European Union
  • Money, Banking and the Financial System
  • World economy
  • Selected Issues of Political Philosophy
  • Law and Economics of Property Rights
  • Social research and scientific Methods
  • Economic decision-making and Political Systems
  • Globalisation - Economical and Social Conflicts
  • Economics and Politics of Institutions
  • Diplomacy in practice
  • Migration and its Economical and Political Impacts
  • Moral Foundations of Society
  • Optimum Currency Area Theory and Practice
  • Microeconomics
  • Security and New Economic Order
  • Challenges of European Governance
  • International Private Law and International Business Law
  • Diploma seminar
  • Law of European Union
  • Contemporary Challenges to Political Parties and Party Representation
  • Thesis


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Who You Will Meet Here

JUDr. Cyril Svoboda, Ph.D.

JUDr. Cyril Svoboda, Ph.D.

Security Studies
A lecturer at CEVRO University, formerly a Czech politician and diplomat, he has held the post of minister in several governments of the Czech Republic, such as the Interior and Foreign Affairs, and served as the chairman of the Christian Democrats. In his pedagogical activities, he focuses mainly on constitutional law and diplomacy in practice.
doc. JUDr. Ivana Štenglová

doc. JUDr. Ivana Štenglová

Lawyer, specialist in commercial law. She has served as the President of the Senate of the Supreme Court and as a member of commissions for the recodification of civil and commercial law, and is also a member of the Legislative Council of the Government of the Czech Republic.
doc. Ing. Božena Kadeřábková, CSc.

doc. Ing. Božena Kadeřábková, CSc.

An economist, she has a number of scientific publications with a good international citation response. She is a member of editorial boards and a reviewer of indexed domestic and foreign journals and a chairing member of the academic board of prestigious international conferences.
Ing. Lucie Kureková, Ph.D.

Ing. Lucie Kureková, Ph.D.

Economist with a doctoral degree in economic policy at the Prague University of Economics and Business. Since 2014, she has been working as an analyst at the Office of the Government of the Czech Republic. She specializes in microeconomics and econometrics. For several years, she has been working as an evaluator of the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic.
prof. PhDr. Karel B. Müller, Ph.D.

prof. PhDr. Karel B. Müller, Ph.D.

Political Science
A political scientist specializing in issues of civil society, democracy, public sphere, political culture, lobbying and European identity. He is active in the non-profit sector and in local politics, and is the author or co-author of a number of monographs and scientific articles.

Why CEVRO University?

In Prague and Český Krumlov, we offer recognized education in the fields of law, political science, international relations, economics, security, public administration and social service management.


Small Class Sizes

Our teaching always takes place in smaller groups. This allows us to ensure individualized attention to each student.

Option to Pay Tuition in Installments

We guarantee the tuition fee amount throughout the entire duration of your studies. You can pay the tuition in monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, or annual installments, without any additional increase.

Excellent Career Opportunities for Graduates

Our study programs not only guarantee prestigious education but also excellent career prospects in the job market.

Study Abroad Opportunities

Collaboration with foreign universities is one of our key activities. We offer students the opportunity to participate in the Erasmus+ program at nearly 40 universities worldwide.
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Benefits of Internships and Work Placements at CEVRO University

It's not uncommon for students to prove themselves so well during their internships at institutions and companies that they end up staying on as employees in partner organizations. This presents an excellent opportunity to kick-start one's professional career.

Where do internships and work placements take place?

Many of our study programs are accredited as professional programs. Therefore, mandatory internships are an integral part of the curriculum. Our students undertake internships at our contractual partners, which include most ministries, the Chamber of Deputies, the Senate, numerous regional, municipal, and local authorities, the Czech Police, the Czech Army, emergency services, the Office of the President of the Republic, selected embassies, and many significant companies.


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