Prague College doesn’t neglect that other important aspect of being a student—your social life, and organizes events through the year. Recently, the college celebrated its fifth birthday with a bash at La Fabrika.
Even if you’re not a student, Prague College provides a wealth of cultural events throughout the year where you can keep abreast of the new innovations and what the next generation will be doing. At the end of the year is the Graphic Design Final Show which invites you to experience creativity in almost all the senses from sight to touch. Other events this year have included Canned Sound—showcasing the work of students from the sound classes, and the interactive final show.
Prague College is a British-accredited university identified with excellent teaching, talented students and ground breaking research activity in the areas of business, management, computing, art, and design. At Prague College you will join students and faculty members from more than 80 countries, thus offering a truly international and multidisciplinary environment in which to study at the undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Since its inception in 2004, Prague College has grown steadily to over 500 students. In 2011 we undertook a reconstruction program to increase the campus size by 60% and develop a new library, student café, second public reception and additional classroom, lab, seminar, and exhibition space. Prague College now occupy four floors of a beautiful 19th-century, fully refurbished building in the prestigious Vinohrady district of Prague 2, right next to Riegrovy Sady park. Wenceslas Square is a short 10-minute walk from the campus.
Each of our three schools—Business, Computing, and Art and Design—offers events for students and the public throughout the year. Key dates on your calendar should be the degree and diploma shows in
Graphic Design and Fine Art in May and June, as well as the regular Master Speakers Series throughout the year, which brings outstanding people from around the world to special events at the college. In 2011, Prague College organized and hosted an international conference on cryptography and intelligence, bringing scholars and professionals, our students, and the public together for three days of lectures and workshops.