Founded in Prague in 1990, Anglo-American University (AAU), is the oldest private institution of higher education in the Czech Republic. We pride ourselves on providing a personalized and distinctive university education in the English language. Utilizing the best from American and British academic traditions, AAU educates future leaders and global citizens in a multicultural setting of students and faculty from over 60 different countries.
With its main campus situated in a magnificent palace right under the Prague Castle in the historic district of Malá Strana, AAU boasts one of the most attractive locations of any Central European university. We are a noted center of academic excellence where students from all over the world come to pursue academic studies in a setting that encourages intellectual curiosity, leadership, cooperation, and respect for cultural and national diversity.
AAU is honored to have an international core faculty trained at fine universities worldwide including Cambridge, Berkeley, Stanford, Yale, and Paris-Sorbonne. Among our professors are well-known published academics in their fields.
AAU’s main campus is located in the newly restored Thurn-Taxis Palace, a magnificent building with a rich history where our students can enjoy their studies in beautiful and spacious classrooms. The Thurn-Taxis Palace, a cultural monument dating to the 17th century, was previously owned by the Thurn und Taxis family, a German noble family with prominent standing in Europe. Now in the ownership of the city of Prague, the palace offers 16 modern fully-equipped classrooms, a computer lab and a visual arts studio along with a cafeteria, spacious courtyard and modern student lounges that students can take advantage of for studying and socializing. Located next to the palace and directly accessible from the campus are the Vojan Gardens, a beautiful and spacious park.
Anglo-American University is divided into five schools:
School of Business Administration
School of International Relations and Diplomacy
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
School of Journalism
John H. Carey II. School of Law
“Graduates of the Anglo-American University are prepared to make a positive difference addressing local, national and international challenges through the analysis and application of current and developing knowledge in the context of a globalized world.”
Metro: Malostranská (line A)
Tram: 12, 18, 20, 22, 57 (stop: Malostranská)