The end of the semester has come and it’s time to head back home! We’re sure you enjoyed the nightlife as much as possible but now, it’s time to get serious! Studying in the Czech Republic is one of the best choices you ever made but what happens after getting your diploma?
Prague is a beautiful European capital which attracts a lot of young people and workers from all around the world every year. There are currently almost 500,000 foreigners (UPDATED on November 30: Link removed, website not found) living here. As many people just come and go, you may need some tips to find the right […]
1st of April 2018 is not just the international Fool’s Day, and believe us, this is not a joke! We have a surprise for you: a new, super-comfortable way of living in Brno. The residence of seven unique and modern apartments is now being finished on Cyrilská 5 and is available right when April starts.
Having a thriving and stable economy, each year Czechia attracts employees from all over the world looking for consistent working opportunities in a diverse and friendly environment. Among the visa applications available for expats coming from outside the EU, the employee card is definitely one of the most appealing. An employee card is a plastic […]
“You have to go beyond your limits because it pulls you forward,” Helena Hermanová says, a teacher of drawing lessons in Ateliér pro kočku. She leads her students to get better. Now you have a chance to join the class. With the support of Foreigners Brno, the atelier is opening an English course for adults.
Searching for sufficient and fair housing during an Erasmus stay is usually the hardest thing from the relocation process. Questions such as price, quality of the accommodation, communication with a landlord, his conditions and the location of the student housing is a daily food for Erasmus students. A dormitory, the social housing Domeq or a private apartment?