Prague offers students the opportunity to live in one of the most beautiful, historical capital cities in the heart of Europe, while taking full advantage of a modern economy with a significant English-speaking business and cultural community.

While you will certainly pick up some Czech language skills as you go about daily life in Prague, the large international community means that you will be able to function with only English.

Depending on what your home university’s program includes, experiencing Prague with EUSA means activities like guided tours of the city and Prague Castle, a day trip to Kutna Hora, or group visits to museums or the theater.

Part of the thrill of living in a new city is the chance to discover it for yourself – but as a EUSA student, you won’t be by yourself. Our Prague team is only a phone call away in case of emergency – 24 hours a day, every day.



Prague is not just the political and business capital of the Czech Republic, it is a significant European center of culture and business which has embraced its international workforce. English speaking internships are available in a number of areas, including:

Arts & Culture
music schools

human resources
supply chain

Politics, Law, and NGOs
advocacy groups
criminal and civil law
non-profit organizations
publc policy

social media
public relations

computer science
environmental engineering














Housing in Prague is in professionally managed student apartments located in central, safe neighborhoods. A typical apartment will have five bedrooms (with all linens included), two shared bathrooms, laundry facilities, and a fully equipped kitchen. All apartments include wi-fi.PragueSingleRoom

You may be sharing your apartment with students from your own university, from other EUSA programs, or from schools in Europe and further afield. In general, the apartments are co-ed, but every effort will be made to provide single sex accommodation if there is sufficient demand. During the summer months, there may be some residents who stay for shorter periods of time who are not associated with a university program.



Your EUSA academic program in Prague is determined by your home university. This may take the form of independent research, or compiling a journal and portfolio of work to support your internship experience, along with small seminars designed to help you understand the culture or industry in which you are working. Other programs may have full semester courses with a workload equivalent to your home campus taught by faculty from your own college or by local faculty.

Most local faculty members are accustomed to working with American students, but will still bring a more European style of teaching. Because European students tend to specialize in one subject early in their college careers, typically this means that you are expected to take the initiative in learning and go beyond the required texts to develop a deeper understanding of the subject.

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London, Dublin, Madrid, Paris, and Prague.

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