|Cultural and Social Events|
As a PSS 2013 participant, you will also be granted exclusive opportunities to attend unique events around the city of Prague. A tour of Prague with experienced guides will take students around the main historical and architectural attractions of the city. This three hour walking tour offers the first exposure to the city and provides an insight on what Prague has to offer.
A concert at the famous Rudolfinum Hall will host students for an evening of classical music. This neo-renaissance seat of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra is situated in the center of Prague. The facade is an analogy of the fire that destroyed Semper Opera in Dresden (1838-41). The building was finished in the year 1881 and the sculptures in the attic gable were installed in 1884. The concert hall has excellent acoustics, appropriate for oratorios and symphonic and chamber music, and an exceptionally high-quality organ.
Early Bird: 30 April 2013
Final Deadline: 15 May 2013
I just wanted to thank you for the European Summer Institute course. I enjoyed it immensely and the experience was one that I will remember for the rest of my life. I have studied abroad twice before, and both times I studied and hung out with other Americans who were in the same programs as I. This course gave me an opportunity to meet people from all over Europe and other countries as well. It was a truly wonderful experience and my only wish was that the course was longer and I had more time to spend in Prague.
Michael Jones George Washington University, USA
Prague Summer Schools
Na zájezdu 4
101 00, Praha 10
Tel.: +420 739 569 045