Prague has been a city full of students ever since one of the oldest universities was founded here by Emperor Charles IV in 1348. Any number of universities and colleges have emerged here even in the modern era, such as the University College of Business. Czech and foreign students mingling in and outside the study environment is what you’ve got to look forward to.
Prague rightfully deserves the slogan “Prague, the Mother of Cities”. You can find important historical and cultural monuments here from the Middle Ages and modern times, such as Charles Bridge, Old Town Hall with Astronomical Clock, Prague Castle, and a vast number of churches, chapels and prominent palaces. In addition, there are dozens of theaters and parks and you can spend free summer afternoons at Petřín or on the Rašín Waterfront.
Prague has a wide range of dormitories offering a cheap place to live with plenty of student parties. You can also rent an apartment together with other students. The public transport here is very well run and organized. All you need to do is get a prepaid card and you can travel freely in Prague by tram, bus, subway and cable car.
The University College of Business organizes lots of parties where you can meet other students, such as the welcome party and boat party. Prague has dozens of clubs and places to go for dancing, listening to music and all around enjoying your free time. The scene here captivates everyone.