Prague Czech Republic Old Town Square panorama

Prague, Czech Republic

The students of the Prague Consulting Project March 2016

26 business students traveled to Prague, Czech Republic over spring break 2016 to present the results of their consulting project to Hamleys Toy Shop. Two were offered internships!


Students on the 2019 trip, working on a Harley Davidson consulting project.


Students from the 2019 trip.

Prague 2014 team

Students from 2014 present their findings to the client.

All trips to Prague have been canceled until noted otherwise.

Quick Info

Location:  Prague, Czech Republic
Dates: Spring Break 
Program Type:  Short-Term
Prerequisites: FIN 335, MGT 350, MGT 350
Estimated Program Fee:  $2,000
Information Sessions:  TBD

Students are eligible for this program if they meet the following eligibility criteria:

  • Degree-seeking student
  • At least Junior standing at time of participation
  • Good judicial standing
  • 3.0+ GPA at time of application
  • Successful completion of FIN 335 or MKT 340

Program Brochure

Prague 2019 trip collage

(Click the image to view the photo collage from the 2019 trip!)

Program Overview:

This 3-credit course gives 3rd and 4th year finance and marketing students an opportunity to complete a business consulting project for a real client in the Czech Republic.

  • Meet local business leaders to discuss the unique position of Prague at the Crossroads of Eastern and Western Europe.
  • Discuss with business and government executives the economic challenges facing Central Europe.
  • Tour the historic city center and cobblestone streets.
  • Experience rich cultural musical events in centuries-old concert halls.

Location Information:

Prague - historical pearl of Europe - is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Textbook of architectural styles with its wealth of monuments, a city filled with music, romance and nostalgia is a modern city full of life! Since 1992 the historical core of the city covering 866 hectares has been listed in the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage.

CSB Prague Consulting Project from UNCW Cameron School of Business on Vimeo .

Key Contacts:

Brian Kinard Dr. Brian Kinard

CH 240-A

Ethan Watson Dr. Ethan Watson

Economics & Finance 
CH 220-H