The Holy Roman Emperor, Charles IV, decided that Prague would become the capital of Europe in the fourteenth century and founded Charles University in 1348. Like many urban, European universities, the campus is integrated into the town itself, with more than 100 buildings spread throughout Prague.
USAC classes and offices are located in one of these buildings. USAC shares the building with the Charles University Department of Geography, Charles University Institute of Language and Preparatory Studies, and a local primary school. The building also houses a cafeteria and sport facilities. USAC students will have access to campus computer labs during the week and all student apartments have wireless internet.
Summer Session I (4 weeks): Open
Summer Session II (4 weeks): Open
Summer Session I&II (8 weeks): Open
Spring Accelerated: Open
Minimum GPA: 2.5
Semester: 85 students
Summer: 55 students per session
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