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Students learn geographic and geo-informatic methods that enable them to analyse, evaluate and interpret landscapes, including their constituent parts and processes, and obtain the skills and knowledge necessary for resolving academic and practical issues within the areas of political geography, geography of tourism, protection of the geographical environment, the geography of the Karst, and regional planning. Graduates are able to formulate an expert view on the current state of affairs of the modern world, and to explain the geographical and developmental changes taking place on Earth.


General information about the study can be found on the website of the Faculty of Arts.

Undergraduate Programmes (First-Cycle)

Postgraduate Studies (Second-Cycle)

Postgraduate Studies (Third-Cycle)