In our educational center you can fully prepare for admission and study in Czech secondary schools. Education in the senior classes before entering the Czech University is a reasonable choice: it will give you time to adapt to the local educational and cultural environment, develop language and academic skills, deepen and update existing knowledge. In addition, it will save you from having to take the Czech language exam, which is compulsory for all foreign entrants, when you enter the university.
Usually in Czech schools, instruction begins in September and ends by the end of June. Students are engaged in 6 hours a day, twice a week there are additional two-hour classes in the afternoon - the total intensity of lessons is 32-35 hours per week.
For foreign students who want to study in Czech secondary schools, the first task is to study the Czech language - this is exactly what the Center prepares for.
Even before coming to Prague, the student starts online: there are 20 lectures for 90 minutes each - the first 8 hours of classes are taught by a Russian-speaking teacher, the rest - a Czech teacher. These online lessons help you get acquainted with the basics, the basics of a foreign language, learn more about the features of the national education system, about your future school (these facts will be useful even during a consular interview). After the online course is completed and the student arrives in Prague, the main intensive course starts at 250 hours. Beginning of classes usually in the summer (July 1 - August 31), they last throughout the year (from September 1 until the selected end). In the main, summer period, children are engaged on weekdays (Monday - Thursday), 20 hours weekly - the rest of the lessons are transferred to the main academic year (usually it is not more than 70 hours). Lessons during the school year can be held on any day of the week - they adjust to the basic school schedule of the child and serve as effective language facultatives.
Dates: July 1 - June 30
Tuition fee: 4199 €.
The Czech Republic and especially Prague have long become one of the most popular places in Europe for education - the Education Association annually attracts students from all over the world who appreciate the affordable cost, convenient facilities, urban infrastructure and the quality of educational programs.
The Association's educational center started its work more than 10 years ago: the institution's specialists helped foreign students who arrived in the Czech Republic for various training programs - gave valuable advice, oriented in the local educational system, advised on schools and universities. Such work helped to better understand the needs and needs of foreign students in the Czech Republic, which eventually led to the opening of its own school - today OCA Prague operates as a permanent branch of the Center for Continuing Education at the University. Purkyne. From the moment of foundation until today, the number of schoolchildren in the center has increased more than 10 times - this showed the need for large-scale expansion and modernization: in 2014, the institution moved to a new modern building with excellent conditions for study and rest, meeting all high world educational standards.
Every employee and teacher of the Association's education center is not only a specialist of high qualification and great experience-it is also a true friend for students: responsible, understanding, helping in various situations, interested in transferring his knowledge and skills. A good teacher should not just lay some knowledge - he must instill in the student the urge to learn, the desire for self-improvement and the development of individual characteristics and abilities. From the moment of foundation to the present day, the school is directed by Radim Knobloch: he personally communicates with pupils and parents, participates in all school activities, international student exchange programs, organizes the Center's presentations at consulates and at various international seminars and lectures.