Student Life in Prague

A take on living costs and student life in Prague

by Czech College / Friday, 08 May 2015 / Published in Living in Czech Republic

The student life in Prague can offer many things: apart from libraries, archives, study rooms, colleges and science institutes there is also an endless succession of bars, restaurants, cafés, clubs and events for young people. In case you want to dance or have a coffee after your lessons or party during the weekend, you will always find many young people from many different countries.  Culturally, Prague also has a lot to offer- Several museums, historical places and buildings and diverse cultural events etc.

Language 

Though official language is Czech, with good English, you can get by in Prague’s daily life. Most people in Prague can speak good or very good English. However, it is advisable  for you, as a student, try to learn Czech language . It will help  you to expand your network and find new opportunities. 

Living Costs

Of course, this also depends on the lifestyle of the student. 

It’s important to know that  Prague is the most prosperous city in Central-and Eastern Europe, and more prosperous than many cities in Western Europe. Accordingly, Prague is not a city that allows very low living costs. But life is generally affordable. 

The following costs serve as an example:

Accommodation : EUR 250/month  ( Shared flat or double room in a student dorm)

Eating  : EUR 2 – 3 per meal in the canteen

It is also easy and considerably not expensive to travel around to neighbor countries by train or bus. Tickets from Prague to Munich, Berlin, Vienna or Budapest are around 15 to 25 euros. Tickets for other towns in the Czech Republic are usually not more than 10 euros.

For the students who are searching for rich cultural activities, Czech Republic is a great option. Its capital, Prague, is an amazing destination. Famous for its erudition, this city is different from most towns in the world. In the Czech’s capital it is possible to watch stunning classical concerts, operas or ballets in the most beautiful theaters in Europe for less than 10 euros.

For those who are looking for a live night-life, Prague’s clubs are famous in the whole continent. The entrance tickets for most of the clubs in the city vary from 5 to 15 euros.

And last, but not least: the beer! The Czech people are incredibly proud of their beer, considered by many as the best beer in the world. In the Czech Republic it is not an overstatement to tell that beer is cheaper than water. In most of the restaurants it is true. The half-liter glass cost as little as 1 euro.

Czech College

Czech College in Prague is a private management school focused on teaching Business in English.Despite the distinctively Czech names of its corporate backers, the school prides itself on its international nature.

Enroll in a course at the prestigious Czech College, choosing to study in English, and at the same time explore the the dynamics of the country, its culture.

Take advantage of Prague’s central location in order to see the many cultural sites of Czech Republic and other European cities such as Budapest, Vienna, Krakow, or Berlin which are just a train or bus ride away.

At present Czech College offers following business oriented courses to International Students . And the academic section is working on many more courses that will be introduced next year.

Course Name             Level                                 Intakes                            Progression
PGDSM                    Postgraduate             July/Nov/Feb                                MBA
UGDBM                   Undergraduate          July/Nov/Feb                                 BBA

Contact Czech College, if you are  thinking of studying in Europe . We will be happy to help you with your queries.

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