• Czech Republic
    • Prague
2 - 4 weeks
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Cultural Immersion Study Abroad

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Global Navigator Scholarships - available only through CIEE - make it easier for you and hundreds of other U.S. high school students to gain an edge from international exchange each summer. Scholarships range from 10 to 100 percent of the cost of tuition of your Global Navigator High School summer program. They are awarded based on a combination of financial need and merit. Merit is evaluated based on your transcript, GPA, and the quality of your application.
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Sep 24, 2021
Jan 06, 2023
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Make your mark in the Czech Republic, a burgeoning hub of contemporary art, design, and innovation.
Perched atop one of Prague’s highest hills, in what was once a legendary seat of Czech royalty, sits one of your summer classrooms. With walls dating from the medieval days, the historical building serves as the CIEE Study Center and commands sweeping views of one of the world’s most exquisite cities. In the narrow, cobbled streets below are smaller study centers for other coursework. In this program you’ll explore both contemporary and historical dimensions of Prague, from digital arts installations to UNESCO world heritage sites.

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As a low-income student, I was fortunate enough to receive a generous scholarship to afford the trip. Initially, it was meant for the Japan Pop Culture program, but that was canceled due to the borders remaining unopened. I instead chose to participate in the Czech Republic program and it was still extremely fun and intriguing -- I learned a lot about Czech culture by just being in another country. Just being able to go to another continent cheaply with an organization figuring out the logistics for you is amazing, but we also had Czech and art classes. The teachers were very friendly and learning was fun, although I would've preferred to wander the streets as I grew tired of making art every day. I befriended Czech students there and still keep in touch with them today. I truly am lucky for the opportunity to study abroad as similar high school students of my background wouldn't be able to afford it.

I personally would've liked more free time, but that's because I'm not a very artsy person that just wanted to go to the Czech Republic to try kofola.

We stayed at an aparthotel that was pretty fancy and the jelly-filled doughnuts were amazing. Breakfast was usually very delicious.

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