Study Abroad in Prague
- UF GPA credit & transfer credit available
- Core course taught in English by UF faculty
- Guided excursions to other cities
- Easy access for European travel
- Earn credit toward your language requirement
- No previous knowledge of Czech required
tba (Summer B; approximate)
The UF in Prague offers students an opportunity to make degree progress while exploring life in the heart of Europe. Students combine English-language curriculum with an in-country cultural experience. Czech language instruction is available for those interested. Non-degree and non-UF students are welcome!
Students on this program will spend their summer in one of Europe's most enchanting capitals. A modern, cosmopolitan city in an idyllic, historic setting, Prague attracts millions of visitors each year with its spectacular Gothic and Baroque architecture, green hills and parks, bike trails along the river, and countless other attractions. "Magic Prague" has something for everyone: castles, museums, galleries, churches, concerts, plays, films, international and vegan-friendly cuisine. Students will also enjoy the affordable prices and student discounts. Located in the heart of Europe, Prague also provides easy access for excursions to Vienna, Berlin, Krakow or Budapest.
Past courses included:
- CZE4956: Czech Language (3 transfer credits)
- EUS4950/CZT 3930: Czech Culture & Society (3 UF GPA credits)
- EUS4950: Technology and Society in Central & Eastern Europe OR Globalization (3 UF GPA credits)
Previous knowledge of the Czech language is not required. Prior to application, students are required to receive academic approval for their participation in the program. Similar offerings anticipated for Summer 2010.
Students share rooms in a renovated historic building, walking distance to city center and close to public transportation. Dorm features high-speed internet, mini-kitchens, laundry, garden patios and secure entry. Linens and housekeeping services provided.
Program Fee: $3,400 (approximate)
Fee includes: Tuition for 6 credits, lodging in a dorm room, study material, local excursions, two field trips, orientation, cost of instruction, international health insurance and medical emergency assistance.
Roundtrip airfare is not included.
A $250 non-refundable deposit toward the total cost of the program is required at the time of application. The remaining fees are due no later than 30 days prior to departure. Students receiving financial aid may defer payment until their financial aid disperses.