Prague

Anglo-American University launches a new online initiative to empower student artists

The visual arts have been hard hit by the pandemic and the closure of galleries and exhibition spaces made it difficult for artists across the globe including arts students to show their works. Anglo-American University (AAU) in Prague has responded to the trend of art experience moving online and launched a digital initiative where arts …

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Study Game Development in Prague

The video game industry is a growing business that is gradually taking over the entertainment sector. Its revenue has been increasing every year over the last decade and it has grown to be bigger than the movie and sports industry combined. It’s no wonder university education has to react to the demand for new programmers …

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Freshmen welcome ceremonies

The first-year student welcome ceremony, the first-bell ringing or a so-called “freshmen baptism.” All these terms refer to the same event that takes place at almost every university in the Czech Republic. You shouldn’t miss it. In many Czech cities, this event became a tradition accompanied with a spectacular celebration during which university freshmen are …

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Four inspiring stories of math-physics students

There’s no better reference for a university than success of its students. We present you inspiring stories of five graduates from the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics at the Charles University in Prague, specifically from the IT programme, who made their alma mater proud. Who knows? Maybe their stories will inspire you to apply for …

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Study at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics in Prague

Charles University in Prague offers high-quality three-year bachelor’s, two-year master’s and four-year PhD programmes in Computer Science, Mathematics and Physics taught in English to international students from all over the world. Check out the study options and submit your application before April 2021! Charles University has a long tradition, dating back to the 14th century, of …

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Dvořák Prague International Music Festival starts this week

Every autumn, top-class soloists and conductors and internationally-acclaimed orchestras and chamber ensembles come together on the Dvořák Prague concert stages in Prague to present music by Dvořák and other composers of the world. This year, visitors can enjoy masterful performances by Czech musicians including Václav Petr, Lukáš Vondráček, Josef Špaček, Ivo Kahánek and Tomáš Jamník. …

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Places to study in Prague

Are you looking for an ideal environment where you can study? Like a coffee shop where they won’t throw you out if you sit there with just one cup of coffee the whole afternoon? Or would you prefer a library where other students focus as well, it gets you into the right study mood so …

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Enjoy sunset concerts at Prague’s most famous rooftop venue

A series of more than sixty music performances kicked off on the rooftop of the Lucerna Palace in Prague last weekend. The roof will be open to the public every Saturday, Sunday, and Monday until the end of October and concerts will be orchestrated on each of these days to end with the setting sun …

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Visit Czech sights virtually!

Although most of the famous castles and chateaux in the Czech Republic are still closed for visitors, you can visit some of them from the comfort of your home. The Czech Republic has made all its UNESCO sights as well as some other interesting places virtually accessible. Prague The entire capital city is covered by …

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Virtual Open Days at University of New York in Prague

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has forced higher education institutions and schools around to world to undergo a transition to a virtual model of instruction and operation. Moving online has also affected university admissions departments and prospective candidates. That is why the University of New York in Prague decided to host UNYP Virtual Open Days starting …

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