Partner Institutions

Anglo-American University | European Journalism Institute

Prague, Czech Republic

Anglo-American University (AAU) is the oldest private university in the Czech Republic offering bachelor of arts and master of arts programs with Czech and American accreditation to students from more than 80 countries. The European Journalism Institute is hosted at AAU.

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Charles University | TFAS Prague

Prague, Czech Republic

Charles University was founded in 1348, making it one of the oldest universities in the world. It is the largest and most renowned Czech university, and is renowned as a modern, dynamic, cosmopolitan and prestigious institution of higher education. TFAS Prague has been hosted at Charles University since the programs inception in 1993.

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George Mason University | TFAS Asia

fairfax, virginia, united states

George Mason University (GMU) is Virginia’s largest research university and shares TFAS’s commitment to creating a more just, free, and prosperous world. It was named the most diverse university in Virginia by U.S. News and World Report as well as one of the top 100 best values in education by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance and Forbes. Mason is among only 5 universities in the U.S. featured in the “Top 150 Schools under 50” by Times Higher Education World University Rankings. GMU has been a long time partner of TFAS, providing accreditation to TFAS programs, including TFAS Asia, for many years.

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The Media Project | European Journalism Institute

New York City, New York, United States

The Media Project (TMP) empowers journalists to provide a more profound understanding of the role of religion in public life through accurate, thorough and intellectually honest reporting. The organization educates journalists on the importance of religion at training programs worldwide. TMP partners with TFAS to co-host the European Journalism Institute.

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National University of Singapore | TFAS Asia

Bukit Timah, Singapore

National University of Singapore (NUS) was founded in 1905 as a modest medical school with 23 students, and has grown to Singapore’s flagship University, and the top ranked global university in Asia. NUS is today widely known for their innovative and rigorous education which has nurtured generations of leaders and luminaries across industries, professions and sectors in Singapore and beyond. TFAS Asia is host at NUS.

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Universidad de los Andes | TFAS Santiago

Santiago, chile

Universidad de los Andes was founded in 1989 by a group of academics, professionals and businessmen who proposed to found a higher education establishment focused on research, innovation, and development and invigorated by the Catholic faith. It has quickly grown to be one of the most prominent universities in Chile, and one of the top 50 in Latin America. TFAS Santiago has been hosted at UANDES for over 10 years.

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Universidad Francisco Marroquín | TFAS Guatemala

Guatemala City, Guatemala

Universidad Francisco Marroquín was founded in 1971 to teach and disseminate the ethical, legal, and economic principles of a society of free and responsible persons; fifty years later, UFM has stood in sharp contrast to what has become the status quo of higher education. At UFM all students in all disciplines—from architecture to medicine, from economics to filmmaking—learn that liberty and responsibility are the foundation for peace and prosperity.  With over 15,000 graduates and a proven track record of sustaining mission alignment and a capacity for continuous innovation, UFM has become an inspirational endeavor in higher education and a beacon of liberty in Guatemala, across Latin America, and within the classical liberal community around the world.

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