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Tereza Vandrovcová

The ethics of using animals in research

PhDr. Tereza Vandrovcová teaches Social Psychology (UNYP) and Animal Studies (UNYP, Charles University in Prague, MU in Brno). Her book The Animal as an Experimental Object: a Sociological Reflection (in Czech) was published in 2011. Her research interests include critical animal studies, bioethics, social psychology and sociology of science. The following article is derived from Dr. Vandrovcová’s unpublished doctoral dissertation.

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carlos gutierrez

The University of New York in Prague welcomes Dr. Milan Slapak to the MBA faculty

The University of New York in Prague (UNYP) is pleased to announce that Dr. Milan Slapak has joined the MBA faculty. He will be lecturing in Operations Management in the upcoming MBA semester which begins on April 29th, 2016.

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Roxana Toma

Confronting destructive leadership and corruption in business

New York-based ESC faculty member Roxana Toma introduces a ground-breaking new book on corruption, its causes and possible solutions.

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News & Events

12. 4. 2016

Empire State College visited UNYP campus

On April 7th & 8th the University of New York in Prague hosted the Vice Provost for Academic Programs, Dr. Thomas Mackey and Interim Director for International Programs, Francesca Cichello from the State University of New York, Empire State College.
8. 4. 2016

Open-minded teachers, dynamic city, and an American degree, an exchange student shares her study abroad experience

Thinking of studying abroad in Prague? At UNYP? You can google pretty much all the basic information about private universities without too much effort: study programs, information about possible extracurricular activities, events organized by students. However, there is one precious thing this data can never replace - a shared personal experience.
31. 3. 2016

Don’t waste time on the wrong studies

According to a recent study from the Institute for Democracy and Economic Analysis, 60% of Czech university graduates do not work in their degree field. Why does this happen? Sometimes young graduates change their minds about what interests them, but often they have problems finding work in their field.
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UNYP career fair

Career office

If you are looking for an internship or part-time job or if you are our alumni and looking for a full time position, please contact our Career Office. You can obtain a job or contact HR’s at companies which cooperate with UNYP.


For 2 full time students graduating after 2017

U.S. Embassy in the Czech Republic

Internship in Commercial Section
Native Czech and fluent English

Media Planet

Project Manager
Excellent writing and communication skills
Native Czech

For details of these positions, please contact the Career Office at



Where are they now?


Ayesha Khan,
Professional Communication & Public Relations, 2007

Communications Expert
United Nations / UNDP, Germany (Bonn)

Lenka Tungová,
Communication & Mass Media, 2004

PR Supervisor
The Walt Disney Company

David Viochna
MBA – Finance, 2011

Plasma Sourcing Manager

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UNYP Benefit Program: Introducing New Partner

All our students, faculty members, staff and alumni can take full advantage of the benefits listed on our website under Student Services. Recently, a new contributor have joined the Benefit Program and offer considerable discounts to the UNYP ID card holders:
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