Did you Know?

Situated near the Vltava River, the Dancing House was designed by architects, Frank Gehry and Vlado Milunić (1992-1996) to resemble a couple dancing. This building is unique amidst the traditional architecture in Prague.

Did you Know?

Sigmund Freud, one of the most famous and influential psychologists of the 20th century was actually born in Moravia (May 6, 1856), which is now a part of the Czech Republic.

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According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the Prague Castle is the largest castle complex in the world, with an area of almost 70,000 m².

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The Strahov Library contains more than 200,000 old prints (16th to 18th centuries), 3,000 manuscripts and 1,500 first prints.

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Madeline Albright, a Czech native and born in Prague, was the first female U.S. Secretary of State (1997-2001) appointed by President Clinton.

Did you Know?

There are hundreds of Czech words in common with the English language. For example, taxi, metro, robot, film, and tram are all used in the Czech language.

Fees

Semester

The program fee for the Fall 2014 semester is $4,720 USD, or $4,340 (see below for details) per semester.

Application Deadlines

  Early Decision*
beginning Spring 2014)
Regular
Fall:  April 1 May 1
Spring: September 15 October 15
Summer: April 15 May 15

Fees:

Fall 2014          $4,720 USD 

Spring 2015      $4,720 USD

Summer 2015   $1,380 USD 

 

The program fee for the Fall 2014 semester is $4,720 USD, or $4,340 (see below for details) per semester.

*Effective Spring 2014, early decision applicants will receive an 8% discount on the program fee. A nonrefundable deposit of $500 will be required before the regular application deadline (applies to semester fees only).

The program fee includes:

  • Course tuition (up to 7 courses)
  • Airport assistance and transport (to the Komenského dormitory only) on the official arrival day
  • 24-hour telephone emergency assistance provided by ECES staff
  • Permanent dormitory assistance provided by the Residential and Cultural Coordinator
  • Charles University student ID card, which guarantees a discounted price for public transport pass and access to university facilities
  • Welcome and closing ceremony
  • Two excursions during orientation (includes transport, guide, and entrance fees)
  • Czech Intensive course textbook
  • Field trips and museum visits included in the class syllabi
  • Option to participate in faculty-led ECES weekend excursions (reduced cost)
  • University and dormitory orientation
  • Two afternoon or evening walking tours around Prague
  • Access to computer labs
  • Access to the university libraries
  • One official transcript sent by priority mail

Summer

Summer 2014  $1,380 USD

Summer 2015  $1,380 USD

The program fee includes:

  • Tuition (up to 4 courses or 12 credits)
  • Survival Czech eight-hour course with textbook
  • Airport assistance and transport (to the Komenského dormitory only) on the official arrival day
  • 30-day public transportation pass
  • Welcome meeting and guided city tour
  • Vltava river cruise
  • Orientation excursion to UNESCO town, Kutna Hora (includes transportation, admissions fees, and guide)
  • Dormitory and university orientation
  • Field trips and museum visits included in the class syllabi
  • Farewell Party
  • 24-hour telephone emergency assistance provided by ECES staff
  • Dormitory assistance
  • Charles University student ID card
  • Access to computer labs
  • Access to the university libraries
  • One official transcript sent by priority mail

Payment Options

The tuition and housing fees are due before the arrival date. For those studying through an exchange agreement or student education agency, the fees will be due according to the home university or institution. Detailed instructions will be provided upon acceptance to the program.

ECES FF

East and Central European Studies
Prague, Czech Republic
An affiliate program at Charles University, Faculty of Arts http://www.ff.cuni.cz
Email eces@ff.cuni.cz