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CET Prague

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.

There’s so much to love about Prague—its beauty, its history, its architecture, its accessibility, its people. What will you write home about?

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Prague- River view

Explore Your New Home

Need a break from project planning? Prague is waiting for you. Enjoy the perks of living in “the world’s greenest city” by reading in the park. Go paddle boating in the river on a nice day. See a world-class play at one of the city’s many beautiful theaters. Museum hop from the National Gallery to the DOX Center for Contemporary Art, then unwind at a cozy café. Prague has a little something for everybody.
Student Voice

Want to hear about living abroad from a CET Prague student? Follow Sienna Willis (Smith College, Spring 2018) in and around Prague.

The Downtown CET Center

You’ll attend your classes at the brand new CET Center. The CET Center sits in the heart of Prague, with excellent access to public transportation. The neighborhood is filled with countless restaurants, cafés, museums, movie theaters, and stores.

The Center serves as the program hub. Use the wifi. Study in the small library. Chat with staff. Or just hang out on the couches with CET peers.

Housing, Transportation, Meals

You’ll share a spacious apartment with CET peers. Apartments are fully furnished, centrally located, and wifi equipped. Perfect for hanging out with new Czech friends.

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.

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