“I had the opportunity to be one of the first students of ALYAS which was an unforgettable experience for me. Not only was I given the opportunity to widen my knowledge about the Asian region through lectures given by academics and ambassadors, I also met wonderful people with the same passion for Asia. I would definitely recommend anyone who is interested in Asia to become an ALYAS student!” 

Dominika Biľová, graduate 2010/2011

“AMO Lectures for young Asia scholars was a great experience for me. Lectures were well organized, topics were interesting and actual, and, what is more, discussed issues were chosen to relate to each other so that the picture of security in Asia was the complex one. Review of my final paper was in my opinion fair and helpful, and it will certainly help me to avoid the mistakes in my future writing. I would personally recommend ALYAS to anyone who is interested in Asia affairs.” 

Lada Homutová, graduate 2011/2012

“The ALYAS program provided me with an excellent opportunity to meet, listen and talk to foreign diplomats from Asian countries stationed in Czech Republic, as well as the opportunity to meet experts from around the world that study today’s issues concerning Asia. It was also a great opportunity to meet other students that are interested in the topic of international relations in Asia. During the lectures and discussions we had, there were several topics that made me think and reevaluate my opinions about the current affairs in relations among Asian countries, especially in the East Asia region, which is my field of interest. I would definitely recommend this program to others that are interested in current international relations in Asia and want to discuss these issues with foreign diplomats and fellow minded students and researchers.” 

Daniel Pavlík, graduate 2010/2011

“ALYAS is a unique project of seminars conducted by experienced practitioners that provided me an ideal opportunity to deepen my understanding of economic, political, security and social affairs of Asia, and also to clarify some of my major questions posed in the course of my university research on Eurasian relations and on ASEM in particular. Additionally, I established closer contacts with other motivated professionals who similarly wish to pursue their future career towards Asia. Highly recommended!” 

Vladimír Beroun, graduate 2011/2012


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