Apply to Prague College to start in February 2021
Prague College in Prague is now accepting students for February 2021 admission. The college offers maximum flexibility for its students during the current time of uncertainty during the global health pandemic, offering prospective students the option to start their programme in person in Prague, or via Digital Campus in 2021.
Prague College is opening the February semester with face-to-face teaching, including studio, workshops, and lab classes, depending on the programme, given that it remains in accordance with Czech Government and health regulations at that time. At the same time, the college is planning to shift some classes to the Digital Campus, where a fully immersive and interactive delivery will augment face-to-face teaching.
Students who would prefer to study their full first semester through the Digital Campus in their home country, and arrive in Prague for September 2021, are able to do so. Students who experience a delay with visa applications and/or if travel restrictions that prevent their arrival to Prague from their home countries in time for the start of the semester on February 22 will also be welcomed into their programme with participation ensured by full delivery of classes in the Digital Campus.
If you would like to apply to Prague College, follow these steps:
1. Decide if you want to apply and which of the offered programmes is the best fit for you.
2. Complete your online application which we send to you, including uploading all the required documents.
3. Successfully pass the final interview with the Programme Leader of your chosen programme.
4. Accept your Offer to Study.
5. Confirm your place at Prague College.
For more information the admissions, visit the official website.
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Prague College is the first university with foreign accreditation to be officially registered by the Czech Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sports for all our Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees. This means that Czech citizens and permanent residents who attend Prague College have access to all normal social and health benefits for students under Czech law. Prague College was conceived in late 2003 with an inspiring vision to create a university environment that understands the interconnected nature of business, IT and design. Today, Prague College offers you a highly respected British university education in English in the Czech Republic, with Teesside University and Pearson BTEC accreditation and quality assurance processes.
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