Abhisek: What I like about opportunities in Prague

Blog postsJan 1, 2018

Czech institutions are getting more and more internationalised, investing on partnerships and cooperation activities with European Union countries and others. There are may international students and countless opportunities for you to explore your further territory in Europe or the world, through your University and also, the international set of friends you will be making. In … Continue reading “Abhisek: What I like about opportunities in Prague”

Abhisek: What I like most in Prague and why

Blog postsDec 25, 2017

Prague is truly the heart of Europe, geographically and even culturally. Given the rich history of the city, different tangents of European and Czech culture will always greet you and not to forget, the ease of travelling to all the neighbouring nations on an economical ticket!

Best places in the Czech Republic

Blog postsDec 12, 2017

We all know that Prague is a magical city. However, if you come here to study, you shouldn’t only stay in our capital city. The Czech Republic is full of beautiful places, castles and chateaux, national parks as well as modern architecture. Majority of those places are accessible by the public transportation. There are plenty … Continue reading “Best places in the Czech Republic”

Prague as Café superpower

Blog postsDec 12, 2017

If we say “The beer nation” most people will think of the Czech Republic. I’m not going to lie to you. It is true, Czech people drink a lot of beer. However, what would you think if we say coffee? Would you think of the Czech Republic? Believe it or not we are becoming a … Continue reading “Prague as Café superpower”

Life and studies

Blog postsNov 27, 2017

Being an expat isn’t always easy, but it’s definitely interesting and an adventure! Prague isn’t the same place that it was five years ago, when I first came here to start a new chapter in my life as a university student. Back in 2012, Prague was much less open than it is nowadays. Prague is … Continue reading “Life and studies”