Special preparatory course for students from China and other remote countries
The course is focussed primarily on Chinese students, who have a Chinese study assistant at their disposal, among other. However, it is also suitable for students from Vietnam and other SE Asian countries and in general countries with a language very different from Czech.
We have prepared the course for you with great care in cooperation with experts from the Methodology Centre, and our aim is to adapt it as much as possible to your language and cultural conditions. It is an intensive course with 35 teaching lessons per week for two semesters. Our main emphasis is on teaching Czech: if after taking the course you pass entrance exams for a university field taught in Czech, you will be studying under the same conditions as Czech students, i.e. above all for free.
Considering your future studies in Europe, we have also added the English language, Czech and European facts classes to the course (Chinese students will partly take them in their language). Trips, excursions and cultural events are part of the course too.
The course is designated for students aged 16 or older with complete secondary school education (please note that we can accept you to the course even if you only have a lower secondary education, but for acceptance to Czech universities, you must have a complete secondary school education!).
If you pass the course successfully, you will attain B1 level according to CEFR, which is sufficient for some Czech universities. Is this not enough for you because you want to be accepted to a prestigious university that requires B2 level? No problem. We have prepared a two-semester follow-up course for a special price. You don't have to rush to decide about the follow-up course: you can submit your application during the second semester of studies with us. And because registration is not open to the public, you don't have to worry about being held back in the advanced course by students without a solid foundation from our program.
September 2018 – June 2019
(lessons and basic teaching materials)
|Number of lessons per week|
35 hours per week