All BISLA students are encouraged to participate in the co-curricular learning opportunities at BISLA. We know that academics are only one part of your life and BISLA values community and civic engagement, as well as activities that facilitate the growth and the development of the whole person, so each semester students create their own societies or clubs.
PLATO AT BISLA
Six talks and discussions on Plato's Republic by renowned Plato Scholars (Béla Egyed, Phil Azzie, Ian Dagg, Randy Newell, Matthew Post). The series is a part of the BISLA May Term course on Plato.
BISLA is about the community. But it is much more than longlasting friendships... It is about the support system it provides you. It is about all of the opportunities which it offers you, you just need to be open to seize them and make the best of them.
University of Amsterdam - Sociology MSc
I think what I most liked about BISLA was the support coming from our small community. People are often surprised by how many smart and talented people are part of this organisation. And this is true about the students as well as the incredible teachers. I guess being around greatness produces greatness, and BISLA stands as proof of that.
Central European University - International Relations MA
Studying liberal arts in Slovakia as a student from America fulfilled me with wondrous experiences and versatile understanding at a more than reasonable cost. Thanks to BISLA, I am prepared to confidently take on the world with an open but critical mindset.
Tilburg University - Philosophy of Contemporary Challenges, MPhil
BISLA Summer seminars are held in the form of Pop-ups. These are short, intensive courses, 7-10 days long and 15 contact hours. Seminars are held in...ALL NEWS
As every year, our students have the opportunity to attend the course on Plato's most significant work in political science- The Republic....ALL EVENTS