Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic, is famed for its beauty. And, it is a magical place to be. Check out our list of fancy things of Prague
The Czech language is highly phonetic – unlike English – and quite beautiful. Most importantly (and like any language), the study of Czech can give some interesting insights into the complex and fascinating culture of the Czech people. Don’t be afraid to dive in!
Food is awesome
Like any international city, it is easy to find all kinds of food in Prague – but traditional Czech food is decidedly heavy. Think meat, potatoes, soups, pastries, cheese, and dumplings. A national favorite, guláš, is a stew made from beef, onions, and spices – often served with knedlíky (aka dumplings). Hearty and delicious – and better after a few days of having stewed!
Public Transportation Every where
Speaking of public transportation, welcome to another way in which European cities tend to outshine many other countries. Public transportation in Prague is cheap, easily accessible, and can get you almost anywhere in the city. While buses are used in the outer districts of Prague, trams and the metro make navigating around central Prague simple and fun. Public transportation is done largely on the honor system. For trams or subway, buy your tickets at the station or at a shop and have them stamped when entering the bus, subway, or tram.
Beer is part of heritage
For the Czech people, beer (or pivo, in Czech) is more than just a beverage – it is part of their national heritage. You may have heard that, in the Czech Republic, a mug of beer is cheaper than a bottle of water – and this is often true for the country that drinks more beer per capita than any other. Beer is cheap, plentiful, and high-quality. The most famous are Pilsner and Budvar, but there are countless others and it can be fun to explore the distinctive history and tastes of these breweries and their beers.
And the Czech history is fascinating
The Czech lands have a tumultuous, yet fascinating history that is imbued into the very architecture of the gorgeous city. Just in the last 100 years, the region has seen three different controlling powers – the Hapsburgs, the Nazis, and the Communist party – before successfully declaring independence in 1989. In 1993, Czechoslovakia split to become the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Czech history dates back well before the 20 century, of course.
Study in Prague at Czech College
Czech College in Prague is focused on teaching Business and Technology Courses in English. Despite the distinctively Czech names of its corporate backers, the school prides itself on its international nature.
1.BSc Multimedia – Web development and E-business.
2.BSC Multimedia- Digital Communication.
3.Masters in Web development and E-business.
4.Masters in Digital Communication.
1.MBA – Master of Business Administration ( 2 years )
2.MBA – Digital Marketing Strategy (1 Year )
3.MBA – Digital & Retail Banking ( 1 Year )
4.MBA Top Up (Mature Entry) ( 1 Year )
5.BBA – Bachelor of Business Administration ( 3 Years )
1. Nurses Adaptation Program
2. Post Graduate Diploma in Health Care Management (PGDHCM)
Contact Czech College, if you are thinking of studying in Prague . We will be happy to help you with your queries.