Prague, one of the top 10 student cities, offers unique study-abroad experiences.
Student Life in the Czech Republic
If you decide to study in Prague, you will be in one of Europe’s most beautiful and culturally significant cities. Classes will take place in a 14th-century palace. You will have the opportunity to visit World Heritage sites and follow in the footsteps of cultural giants like Mozart, Einstein, and Kafka.
Prague is a top city for students.
It is ranked among the top 10 best cities in the world for students.
A well-structured program from the moment you land
On the day of arrival, on-site staff will greet you at the airport, and transportation to the housing will be arranged. A robust orientation follows the day of arrival, which will help you to be confident and autonomous in your new place of study. Among many other activities, it covers navigating Prague’s public transportation and introducing the Czech language.
On-site support 24/7
We have an experienced and friendly staff on-site, which will assist you throughout your study abroad stay.
Live like a local
We will provide you with a travel pass for all public transport in Prague for your stay. It will allow you to explore the capital. If you are on a classic semester program model, you will also receive a student card that will give you discounts and access to student dining halls.
Prague becomes your classroom
All programs will immerse you in the local culture through enriching field trips as part of your courses or extracurricular activities like cooking classes. Aside from planned excursions and activities, you’ll also have time for independent travel with your new friends and classmates.
Classes from Monday to Thursday
Teaching takes place from Monday to Thursday. There are no classes on Friday to allow students time for independent travels within the Czech Republic or Europe.
Prague Ranked the Second Safest City for International Students.
Five Reasons to Study in Prague
1. Budget Friendly
Prague’s cost of living is lower than in most European cities.
2. Czechia, one of the Safest Countries in Europe
One of the ten safest countries in the world is the Czech Republic. Students feel safe in the capital, and locals accept the international community.
3. A Stunning Capital City
One of the best things about living in Prague is the city itself. Students say the best thing is walking to the Center for class. Prague is like a movie set with its old buildings and cobblestone streets. The city is an inspiration; you will never tire of taking pictures.
4. A Central Location to Explore Europe
Prague is in the middle of Europe, making it easy to get anywhere there. With a Schengen visa, you can travel to twenty-six countries without difficulty. The airport is easily accessible (using your travel pass), and many direct flights to places all over Europe are available. Nearby countries, such as Germany, Austria, Poland and Slovakia, are only a few hours by bus or train ride away from Prague. Staff can help you plan your independent trips and give you useful tips on places to visit and things to see and do.
5. Prague’s Public Transport, Simply the Best
Getting around Prague is easy thanks to its excellent public transportation system, which is both accessible and straightforward. Plus, the cost of your program includes a travel pass, so you can explore the city freely.
A Central Location to Explore Europe!
Cost of Living
Prague is the perfect home base – the cost of living is lower than in most European cities. The Czech capital was ranked the second most affordable European city in 2022. Your monthly living expenses will range from $100 to $400, depending on your lifestyle and spending habits, and will cover meals, communications, supplies, and personal activities, including independent travel. The program cost includes accommodation and a transport pass within the city.
The primary currency used in Czechia is the Czech crown (CZK). Look at the exchange rates.