Should you be a student, you’ll often be given a dormitory room (a ‘kolej’) which can be shared with room-mates or just be a single room. As universities do not have traditional campuses, university dormitories are spread across Prague. You will probably need to utilize public transport to get yourself to classes each day. Dormitory rooms will have a desk, bed, lamp, bookshelves, linens, wardrobe and bathroom with toilet (usually shared with other suite-users, although this is sometimes in a corridor), and there’s a communal kitchen on every floor. The price for university dormitories range from 2300 CZK to 5000 CZK each month inclusive of utility bills or 100 CZK to 400 CZK each day. Most foreign students prefer a larger flat share arrangement, which is better from the point of view of facilities and comfort. The cost of student flat shares are 3000 CZK to 6000 CZK each month. The usual number of students sharing a flat is three to five.
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