Study Abroad

January 02 2019
Prague awaits! From magnificent architecture through characterful local districts to tasty local food, there is so much waiting for you to enjoy. However, before beginning your journey, remember this is a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in a different culture, not just a vacation. While studying abroad, you will interact with your surroundings far more deeply than a tourist would, as you... Read more >
December 12 2018
Can you believe that the semester is almost over?! Are you going home for the winter break, or expecting your family to visit you in the Czech Republic? Either way, it might be a good idea to grab a few local souvenirs for your parents, relatives and close friends, especially if they haven't been to Prague before. You chose a fantastic destination to study abroad! Prague is famous for its... Read more >
November 15 2018
What do you imagine first when you hear the word “Erasmus”? Traveling all over Europe? Exploring new places? Meeting new people? Learning and studying in a new language? All this is now available to UNYP students – and financially supported by the European Union. The University of New York in Prague, for the first time in its history, has received a financial grant to support Erasmus students... Read more >
November 05 2018
Every fall Prague welcomes a new flourish of creative activity. The November evenings are longer and the days are chillier, but that’s no reason to hole up at home. Here's our pick of the five must-see art exhibitions taking place in Prague this month. Expect to be enlightened and inspired! We’ve rounded up all the current art exhibitions from Prague's major galleries and brilliant museums... Read more >
October 10 2018
The world has changed dramatically over the last decades due to to the realities of globalization, which means that Czech universities have had to adapt to this trend. Quite a few higher education establishments in Prague attract students from different countries – for example, at UNYP we have students from over 60 countries and professors from over 25 countries. You might wonder whether students... Read more >


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