The first time I set foot in the Czech Republic was September 18th 2009. As part of my university degree I was taking part in a semester abroad. It was a challenging experience as I had never lived abroad before so I was certainly anxious and unsure of what the next three months would hold.
For me it is totally a new event we do not have something of the same kind in France. The name “Maundy Thursday” comes from the Latin Dias Mandatum, which is the “day of the new commandment,” the new commandment being that Christians should love one another, just as Christ has loved them. Maundy Thursday […]
If you are thinking of spending a longer time working or studying in the Czech Republic, you will need to open a bank account. In this series, we are going to provide you with information about the general conditions related to bank accounts and types of accounts available, along with useful tips. This part covers the general information – the conditions you need to meet to open an account and what you should take great care of.
Hey, everyone, We’d like to take a quick minute to recommend a great clinic in Prague–Canadian Medical Care–where you can receive top quality treatment for just about any problem. Canadian Medical Care, the first private clinic in Prague and repeat winner of the “Czech 100 Best” award for the best healthcare institution, employs specialists in […]
From July 27th to July 30th, it was the Foreigners.cs Summer Session. It took place somewhere one hour and a half from Prague. I think everyone attended this event. The aim of these sessions is to better know each other, but also to share ideas on how to improve skills. They also organize a session during winter.
The International School of Brno is an institution that provides students from kindergarten to grade 10 (and soon 11th and 12th) from all over the world with the education and skills to be committed, lifelong, and successful learners. We stopped by ISB for an exclusive tour and an interview with the General Coordinator. Check out what ISB offers students, the community, and what we talked about during our interview.