Posts Categorized: Education

Rooms to grow in

The Prague Post Riverside moves program to new Bubeneč campus Kids need room to grow, which is exactly what Riverside School intends to give its youngest pupils when it moves its early-years program to a new home in September. “Currently, they [the early-years children] share the facility with the rest of the school,” says Graeme… Read more »

Adult Education in Prague

Expats.cz Warmer weather always brings with it that old “back to school” feeling. No matter how long you´ve been out, it never hurts to learn something new. Perhaps you could use a top-up of your current education – getting an additional or advanced degree, or maybe you are looking to change career directions. Prague has many… Read more »

An educational look at city tourism

The Prague Post New York University offers special courses Tourists in Prague are a fact of life. The summer months seem to swell with massive amounts of people crowding Old Town Square, Prague Castle, the transport system and bars and restaurants. Not everyone this past summer was here only for fun, though. A group of… Read more »

Going to work with mom and dad

The Prague Post Company hopes to start preschools close to businesses Working parents, especially those with young children, have a constant worry: Who will take care of my child during the day? What happens if they get sick? What happens if I have to work late? A newly formed organization, KIDS Company Praha, hopes to… Read more »

Helping to keep the memories alive

The Prague Post Program looks to better educate kids on WWII horrors Anti-Semitism. Racism. Xenophobia. The Holocaust. Such subjects are sometimes just skimmed over in classroom textbooks and lectures. But one organization is hoping to change that by offering local schools access to trained lecturers and teaching materials in hopes of better educating today’s youth… Read more »

New business programs to start soon

The Prague Post Two universities to offer new degrees this fall A new school year always brings with it a sense of expectation and maybe a little apprehension for students. This fall, two schools — Prague College and Anglo-American University — will be experiencing some of those same feelings. Both are taking big steps forward… Read more »

Preschools in Prague

Expats.cz Reading, Writing, ‘Rithmetic for youngsters It may barely be spring, but if you are thinking of having your child start preschool in the fall; it’s time to start exploring your options. Many schools have already hosted open houses, and depending if you are looking for a private school or hoping for your child to… Read more »

And…action!

The Prague Post Local school sets filmmakers free to create their own blockbusters Groundbreaking documentaries to Hollywood blockbusters: Most filmmakers, both amateur and professional, have big aspirations. But how does one turn these dreams into a reality and, more importantly, a box-office smash? The Prague Film School thinks it might have the answer. The intensive… Read more »

Mini program – maximum results

The Prague Post University of New York Prague hosts business program A new program offering at the University of New York Prague (UNYP) will be targeting a different kind of student — the working business professional. The two-week seminar, tailored for those associated with the emerging markets in Central and Eastern Europe, will launch in… Read more »

Prague’s transitional education

The Prague Post Local publication putting focus on journalism training Transitions Online is an issues-based Web publication focusing on Central and Eastern Europe. It’s probably not the first place you’d think of when it comes to continuing education, but staff here has been training journalists throughout the region and farther afield for nearly a decade… Read more »