Practical & Academic Support
Drop by our student services office for an informal chat or whenever you feel the need for some advice or support.
Prague College has dedicated staff and trained and experienced study advisers to help ensure the best study conditions and to provide advice to minimise stress.
Whether you have questions about your academics path, what to do in Prague or where to get dental, medical or other types of help, we are here to listen and assist you. We also offer regular and anonymous counselling sessions with the help of independent outside psychologists.
Stop by and let us know what you need!
New Student Inductions
The orientation for incoming students introduces everyone to the college academic systems and resources. International students are offered additional visa, accommodation and settling-in advice and support.
All students can discuss academic issues with programme leaders when they need, and the have individual advisors with whom they meet at least once each semester to discuss other issues related to their experience at the college.
Health & Well-Being
We can help you find medical, dental and psychological support. And we can also advise you on health clubs and other pastimes that contribute to an excellent experience during your time here.
Student Counselling Centre
Prague College offers students psychological counselling free of charge and at your preferred times. The service is provided by The City Practice s.r.o., an independent centre providing individual and group counselling by multi-lingual counsellors.
Students who fall behind in their work can inquire about tutorial support and advice to get back on track.
We organise activities including job fairs, seminars and career boards with our Industry Network and Alumni Association to ensure you have the chance to get in contact with employers to develop your career.
Students are also meeting potential employers even during their studies on projects and during guest speaker opportunities, so it is no surprise that many students end up on career-path part-time and full-time jobs even during the course of their studies.