Extracurricular activities include sports with Prague students— mainly soccer and playing in the world´s most unique city league “Hanspaulka,” jogging and running, “uphill running” to the tops of Prague towers, volleyball, cycling, and swimming. Winter weather permitting, there is ice skating on rivers and pond hockey. Singing in the student choirs will enrich the language skills: in Prague choirs perform in Czech as well as Latin, German, Italian, English, and French. Hiking and walking are also popular activities; every fall semester students may join the 35-mile night hike out of Prague. Besides the program field trips, each term offers plenty of smaller trips to the most interesting places in the Czech Republic as well as in the neighboring countries – the schedule is announced during the onsite orientation.
Students may volunteer and join groups working on immigrant integration and cultural heritage protection. Czech language does not belong among the world’s most widespread languages; the citizens of Prague therefore like learning and practicing major languages. Many students find life-long friends through the conversation exchange program.
You are also encouraged to participate in the included program field trips. In addition to the program trips, each term offers plenty of smaller trips to the most interesting places in the Czech Republic as well as in the neighboring countries—you'll receive the trip plan during the orientation.
Spring Accelerated: Open (Nov. 15 deadline)
Summer Sessions: Open
Preferred GPA: 2.5
Semester: 85 students
Summer: 55 students per session
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