- Prague College Has Launched its Full Digital and Distance Learning Campus (EN)
- Prague College Director's Decree (EN)
- Rozhodnutí ředitele (CZ)
- #DigitalCampus photos from our students and lecturers
- Informace pro občany o koronaviru. Information for citizens about coronavirus. (EN + CZ)
With the wider spread of novel coronavirus known as Covid-19 in Europe, we want to reassure you that Prague College will continue to take all measures to ensure the health and safety of students and staff. The College follows all Czech Government requirements and policies to help prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus. We are monitoring the national health websites, as well as the EU and CDC websites for new information constantly.
If you are feeling sick at all and cannot attend class then we need you to register with student services via this link and encourage you to keep in close touch by email and telephone as we are ready to help you with advice and necessary support. Prague College currently has a policy of excused absence from online classes for flu-like symptoms during this outbreak.
Please note that until 11 April you can only be with one other person in public areas, and it is compulsory to wear a mask or covering from your mouth and nose when leaving your accommodation and on the street, public parks, and of course when entering:
- public transport and bus/tram stops
- all grocery stores and pharmacies
- health and social care buildings
- state/municipal offices, post offices and banks
Failure to do so may result in a fine of up to 20 000 Kč.
People who have been diagnosed report symptoms that may appear in as few as 2 days or as long as 14 days after exposure to the virus. Symptoms include:
- Difficulty breathing
- Sore throat
- Body Aches
There are steps people can take to reduce their risk of getting any viral infections. These include:
- Washing your hands often with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth with your hands
- Avoid close contact with others, self-isolate
- Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your elbow when you cough or sneeze, immediately dispose of the tissue in the trash and wash your hands
- Clean and disinfect objects and surfaces with alcohol-based products, dish-washing liquid and soap
- Open windows regularly for fresh air
With extended indoor time now enforced we’ve compiled a list of companies that are offering free or discounted services. If you hear of any additional offers then please get in touch with us or share on Instagram and tag us with @praguecollege and #praguecollege.
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- O2 free mobile data until 30 April
- T-Mobile free mobile data until 30 April
- Free use of Rekola bikes until 2 April
- "Z ruky do huby" Facebook group order produce directly from farmers market
- The Czech National Library makes its collection available for free
- FREE online audio books through Audible, no account necessary
- Take a virtual tour of more than 500 museums and galleries (for free by Google Arts & Culture)
It is understandable that you may be worried or anxious about this rapidly evolving global situation. Please reach out to us for advice and support about whatever may be worrying you and get in touch with student services to find out about their online activities.
The initial energetic efforts in switching to digital learning and home quarantine have now settled, and you may be noticing more subtle feelings as you worry about family, finances, career prospects and your psyche. So much is out of our control; however, we are in control of our individual reaction to circumstances. In response, we’ve developed a checklist for building resilience that we would like to share on our Resilience in Times of Change page.
For those requiring additional support we recommend that you get in touch with The City Practice. All of City Practice's counselors are set up to provide telephone and video based counseling support, and any students they are currently working with will continue to have that support provided to them on a regular basis. They also have the capacity to welcome new students, again via phone or video link and have counselors available in various languages. Additionally, Delamcomuzu (I do what I can) connects you to free English and Czech speaking therapists who are volunteering their time to help those who need extra support.
Czech national emergency number for all health emergencies -
112 (English) or 155
In all other cases that are not an immediate health emergency, but for which you need advice or support, please call Ry, Alice or Nelli at Student Services:
Student Services Telephones and Email
Main reception phone: +420 222 101 020
Nelli Pontes - Head of Student Services - SOMIT Study Advisor
Phone: +420 222 101 033
Alice Buehler - SOAD Study Advisor
Phone: +420 222 101 021
Ry Hallada - SOB Study Advisor
Phone: +420 222 101 034
GOVERNMENT WEBSITES & CONTACT NUMBERS FOR COVID-19 RELATED QUESTIONS:
Prague Health Office - Pražská hygienická stanice
every day 9am - 8pm: +420 773 782 856, +420 773 782 850
State Health Institute - Státní zdravotní ústav
nonstop - +420 724 810 106, +420 725 191 367
Ministry of Health ( information in Czech & English)
FURTHER INFORMATION - CZECH:
FURTHER INFORMATION - ENGLISH: