Study Abroad

August 24 2015
Whether you prefer a quick commute, proximity to the hippest burger joints or lots of grassy parks, our guide to Prague's best areas will make choosing somewhere to call home while studying at UNYP a cinch! Vinohrady, Prague 2 Distance to UNYP: a few minutes walk Sure, its leafy streets are pretty, it’s home to a huge expat community and has some of the best coffee houses... Read more >
August 12 2015
Sure, you’re here to get some serious studying done, but Prague's also a great base for exploring other European cities, and thanks to budget airlines, modern trains and wifi equipped buses you can get around quickly AND still afford to eat when you get there. Read more >
August 10 2015
International exchange programs have long been popular with students wishing to immerse themselves in a new culture while still working towards their degree. Study Abroad offers students a chance to experience a new culture, without compromising their education. Participants have the option to spend a summer, a semester, or even an entire year at our university, earning academic... Read more >
July 28 2015
Everyone likes to brag about something amazing their country invented (Aussies claim they were the first to make note pads, yeah right!), and in the Czech Republic that nifty invention comes in the shape of the good old contact lens. Back in 1961 the soft contact lens was invented by a Czech chemist called Professor Otto Wichterle. Read more >
July 20 2015
So, you’re studying at the University of New York in Prague and basking in the glory that the city has to offer. Of course, you’re fully aware of the breathtaking architecture in the city, such the Prague Castle, National Theater, Charles Bridge and various monasteries, but still have yet to find your niche. Here’s a short survival guide on how to, inexpensively, make the most of your time in... Read more >


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