Natasa Babic is a journalist who worked for Croatian print media, radio and television in the 1990s. She moved to Iceland in 1998, where she worked as a freelance writer for various Croatian media as well as Icelandic National Radio.
Prague College is full of people who are passionate about what they do. Students, lecturers, administrators, our senior managers and founders are proud of the institution that has been built since 2004 through careful attention to quality of teaching and learning, and dedication to working hard to achieve excellent results.
Jorge Carrillo is currently an Associate Lecturer in the School of Media & IT at Prague College, delivering courses at Masters, Bachelors and HND/Professional level since 2011.
Stefano is the Head of the School of Business. He leads the MSc programme in International Management, and is a member of the Senior Management Group of Prague College.
Viktor Cerny graduated with a Master's degree from CVUT (the Czech Technical University).
Peppur is a writer/actor/director who also loves teaching and finds it to be a perfect platform for her talents. She is module leader in Feature Writing for Magazines & Newspapers at Prague College.
Cazim Dervisevic is a Bosnian-Herzegovinian documentary filmmaker/videographer and journalist with over 17 years' experience in media and film.
Veronika Douchova is Head of the School of Media & IT. Her main interest is mathematics and its application in both IT and business.
David Friday is a Prague-based writer and teacher. He hails from northern Ontario and holds a B.Sc. from University of Toronto and an MBA from Queen's University.
Dave is Associate Head of the Business School, with responsibility for the BA (Hons) International Management, BA (Hons) Applied Accounting and Business Finance and HND Business programmes.
Masa Hilcisin is a filmmaker, producer, lecturer and scholar, who has been working at Prague College since 2009. She holds a BA in Comparative Literature and an MA in European Studies.
Radek Honzik joined the Prague College staff in 2012, teaching advanced databases with an additional focus on the logical structure of programming and query languages.
Joel has been a lecturer at Prague College since 2011, and has also worked in sales, public relations and advertising both in the USA and in the Czech Republic.
Jana is an Associate Lecturer at Prague College’s School of Media & IT, teaching the 'Programming in Java' module.
Zuzana Kaiserova started to work in media in 1999 and spent a number of years working and studying in the United Kingdom.
Azadeh Mohammadi Kangarani is a TV producer/director at Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty and a freelance theatre director, actress and producer.
A contributing editor for Transitions magazine, Brian Kenety is a former Balkans stringer and EU correspondent for the Inter Press Service, Prague bureau chief for Interfax, and reporter for the Czech News Agency and Radio Prague.
Daniel is a creator of TV and radio documentaries as well as producer of new media marketing and promotional videos.
Michal Marianek teaches at Prague College School of Art & Design. He is a Czech audio-visual artist, pedagogue, curator and coordinator of cultural events.
Born in 1984, Omid Marzban is a multimedia journalist based in Prague, Czech Republic.
Alexandru Mihnea Moucha has vast experience in the areas in which he teaches: computer networks (LAN, MAN, WAN, WLAN, modern internet technologies, routing and switching, security, design and architecture, audit, communication protocols and their design).
Larissa Petryca has worked in Advertising in Australia and the Czech Republic as an Account Manager, Production Manager and Graphic Designer. Currently she works as a freelance Graphic Designer for companies in Prague and Sydney.
David Petryca has been teaching web design classes at Prague College since 2004. He is a qualified Graphic Designer with over 15 years' experience in the advertising and media industry in Australia.
Andrea Průchová is a PhD Candidate at the Department of Sociology at Charles University in Prague and Associate Lecturer at Charles University (Institute of Communication Studies) and Prague College (Program of Experimental Arts & Program of Creative Media Production). She is a researcher at the Czech National Film Archive and at Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes.
Patrick finished his MSc in Computer Science in 2014. Since 2015 he has taught Computer Systems at Prague College. His main focus is on system security, open-source systems, computer ethics, Internet and privacy issues.
Pascal has a degree in Cinema from the University of Sorbonne III, as well as DNAP (National Art Degree) and DNSAP (National Superior Art Degree) from the Academy of Art in Aix-en-Provence.
Viliam Simko teaches Java, Unix and Object and Component Systems. In the past, he participated in a variety of EU-funded projects as an analyst, developer and IT-consultant. His area of expertise spans a wide range of software engineering-related topics.
Michaela holds a BA in Sociology, an MA in Adult Education and a PhD in Information Science; in 2014 she defended her thesis at Charles University on the theme of digital game-based learning.
Petr Svarny was born in Prague. He currently works as a product manager at a Czech IT company, which enables him to do what he most likes: teaching others what he has learnt from experience.
David Vaughan is a writer, broadcaster, journalist and university lecturer, who teaches in the BA (Hons) Communications and Media Studies programme at Prague College.
Alejandro Villamarin is an Associate Lecturer and IT enthusiast, specifically, as a backend developer and system administrator with experience in JAVA, Python, PHP and Shell scripting.
Bohus has over ten years' teaching experience: as a guest lecturer he has taught at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague, the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the Czech Technical University (ČVUT) and at the Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts (FAMU) in Prague.