Medieval monks used sign language

A researcher won a prize for her examination of the almost unknown language Add a comment

Chládek: Zeman’s words do not target physically disabled

President walks back his comments after criticism from organizations Add a comment

Latin Art Gallery offers courses

There are more than just language lessons — you can learn to cook, draw and dance Add a comment

Kids raise money on the Epiphany

Wearing costumes to represent the Three Kings, children helped charity Add a comment

Subsidy for talented kids scrapped

Ministry cancels recently approved funding as it is 'elitist' Add a comment

Schools get mixed report card

Czech secondary-school students fared badly in 2014 leaving exams Add a comment

Prestigious American Education in Prague

The University of New York in Prague (UNYP) the biggest private university in the Czech Republic offering studies in English. Add a comment

Don’t forget to ask for a student discount

ISIC offers deals on a lot more than school books and museum entry Add a comment

FT: Katz EMBA in Europe’s top 20

Executive MBA program in the Czech Republic climbs in ranking Add a comment

Erasmus opens Europe’s doors

EU program gives students the chance to travel Add a comment

Promoting the traditional value of education

Through its embassy in Prague, the United States pushes many programs to enhance the learning opportunities for students, scholars in the Czech Republic Add a comment

People in Need rebuilding schools in the Philippines

One year after typhoon Haiyan, there is still work to be done Add a comment

Theater workshop seeks bold ideas

Prague Shakespeare Company offers members space to explore ideas Add a comment

Zeman to name university professors under certain conditions

President would be allowed to ask for candidates to be re-examined, including by a special panel Add a comment

New game warns about scams

Characters have to get home safely in a game meant to teach the elderly Add a comment

Only five percent of Czechs repeat a grade

Survey shows country’s rate is far below the average of the OECD countries Add a comment

Record Results for EISP IB Graduating Class

Congratulations to our largest ever graduating Year 13 class who achieved a record set of results in their International Baccalaureate examinations. Add a comment

Home away from home

Prague’s most renowned university now has an organization to help foreigners integrate more quickly Add a comment

Sunny Canadian International School expanding with new building

Construction is under way for a high school that will see its first graduates in 2018 Add a comment

Prague College opening a new campus

The English-language college is also adding new master’s programs Add a comment

Bridge program seeks to develop new journalism talent

Twenty-four students were chosen from more than 600 for international program Add a comment

Number of foreign students continues to rise

Those who study at public universities in ČR can do so for free if the classes are in Czech Add a comment

Another record-breaking year for Erasmus

 European Union study abroad program reaching more people Add a comment

Still a crowd-puller

Prague’s oldest and most venerable film school accepts only about 10 percent of applicants Add a comment

Luxurious boarding school to open in Karlovy Vary

International school in west Bohemian spa town will cost 29,000 euros per year Add a comment

Fresenius University to open Prague campus

Classes will be taught in Czech using the hands-on German education model Add a comment

EU’s expanded education program is now rolling out

Erasmus+ will help more young people in more ways Add a comment

We are opening a new Master’s programme

The Institute of Hospitality Management in Prague is opening its Master’s programme - Hospitality and Spa Management in the English language.

Gov’t looks to provide equal access to education

Minister Chládek says parents’ wealth should not affect children’s access to education Add a comment

The University of Finance and Administration offers guaranteed quality

A quality education helps graduates acquire better positions, vice-rector says Add a comment