- 18 Courses
- 40 Nationalities
- 5 Universities
- 10 Business speakers
- 150 Students
Who Can Apply?
European Summer School is available for both students and young professionals.
- Minimum of 18 years of age
- At least B1 – B2 level of communicative English language
- For the majority of the courses, own laptop is required
Where is it?
European Summer School takes place in Prague, both modern and historical capital of the Czech Republic.
Prague is one of the five most visited cities in Europe, and its location in the very center of Europe makes travels to other popular destinations such as Vienna, Berlin or Budapest more than simple.
For more information, visit the location page.
How to Register?
Book your place in one of our courses using the simple online registration form.
The registration is not binding and it has to be confirmed by a subsequent full application.
In case of any questions, contact us.
Where to Stay?
For our students, we offer convenient accommodation in the newly reconstructed Botic Student House. It offers cozy and modern double rooms for cheap prices, starting on 15€ per person per night.
The journey from the accommodation to the city center and the course venue takes approximately 20 minutes.
What is the Price?
When is it?
European Summer School takes place during three terms:
TERM 1: 16/7 – 27/7
TERM 2: 30/7 – 10/8
TERM 3: 13/8 – 24/8
Courses take place each day from Monday to Friday between 9 AM and 15 PM.
What About Free Time?
You can find more information on our activities page. Also, visit the video section where you can see activities from previous years.
Is it International?
Yes, it is! The last year’s summer school was attended by students from 40 countries and it took place both in the Czech Republic and Croatia. The main language of courses, communication and social activities is English.
I Have Questions
If you are interested in finding out more, please visit our FAQ page or contact us! For references from our former students, visit the testimonials page.
Prague, Prague, Czech Republic