Photography at FAMU

Prague, Czech Republic

Photograph the stunning Charles Bridge at sunrise. Stroll down cobblestone streets. Gaze up at elegant spires. Take the tram to an open-air market. Stop at a street vendor for an apple strudel on your way to Prague Castle. Travel to the Bohemian countryside with your roommate. Or hop on a train to Berlin for a weekend getaway.

You simply couldn’t choose a better backdrop for your art. What image will you remember best?

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Your Local Circle of Friends

Want company at gallery openings? Need help reading a film festival schedule? Feel like discussing a new installation over a bowl of kulajda (soup made from cream, dill, egg, and potatoes)? Enjoying the city means making local friends, and CET helps you do just that. You may share your apartment with a Czech roommate, attend concerts with Czech peers, or collaborate on a project with Czech classmates. In the words of one former student, Czech peers “gave me the chance to do great things in the city that I couldn’t have known about otherwise.”

Housing & Meals

You’ll share a spacious apartment with CET peers and possibly a Czech roommate. Apartments are wonderful—centrally located and perfect for soaking in the experience of being a young artist in an incredible city.

Apartments are fully furnished with washing machines and wifi access.

For meals, take your pick of local restaurants and eateries, or cook for yourself in your apartment kitchen.

Getting Around Prague

Buses, metros, and trams in Prague are clean, frequent, and timely. And we provide you a transportation pass so you can explore the city and never have to worry about cost.

CET has a center in the heart of Prague, a short walk from famous Wenceslas Square. It takes about 20 minutes to get from the apartments to the CET center, and the getting there is part of the fun—you might pass the Prague Castle or cross the Vltava River along the way.