• Czech Republic
    • Prague
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Subject Areas
Accounting Advertising Anthropology Art History Business Communications Economics English European Studies Finance Gender Studies History Humanities International Business International Relations Journalism Law Liberal Arts Marketing Mathematics Media Relations Philosophy Photography Political Science Psychology Public Relations Religious Studies Social Sciences Sociology Visual Arts +20
Need-based funding, Merit-based funding, General grants/scholarships, Payment plans, Work study, LGBTQIA+ funding, BIPOC funding
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Program Details

Program Type
Degree Level
High School Diploma Associates Bachelors


Price Details
Included: Personalized Pre-departure Advising; Tuition & Registration; Travel Medical Insurance; On-site Orientation; Housing; Volunteer Opportunities; On-site Staff Support; Excursions and Cultural Engagement; Host Institution Services & Amenities and more. Scholarships available.
What's Included
Some Accommodation Activities Airport Transfers Classes Travel Insurance
Jun 13, 2023
Sep 20, 2023
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About Program

Study in the heart of ancient Bohemia: Prague! With a growing economy, vibrant art and music scenes, an influential intellectual community, and architectural styles ranging from Gothic to Baroque to Art Nouveau, Prague is an ideal setting in which to explore Czech culture. Study abroad in the city that Mozart, Kundera, Rilke, and Einstein called home… and discover the magic of Prague for yourself!

CEA CAPA students choose from more than 100 courses, taught in English, across five schools at the Anglo-American University (AAU), Prague’s oldest private university. Subject areas include communication, business, Political Science, and more.

In addition to study abroad, the CEA CAPA Internships Abroad, provides hands-on, practical experience in a specific career field.

Interested? Click the “Visit Site” button to learn what’s waiting for you!

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Diversity & Inclusion

BIPOC Support

CEA CAPA provides, in conjunction with Diversity Abroad, Destination Guides which provide resources and tips for Black/African-American students, Latinx students, Asian American students, and all other students of color.

LGBTQIA+ Support

Through our personalized advising, CEA CAPA takes steps to understand the needs of a diversity of student identities like the LGBTQIA+ community. In addition to diversity and identity training, CEA CAPA leadership engage in continuous department level project work to identify and revise policies and practices using the appropriate Justice, Equity, Diversity or Inclusion lens as a frame to reduce bias and barriers that impact students, faculty, and staff. CEA CAPA is intentional in elevating diverse student voices and providing a platform for a broad array of identities to share their experiences abroad. The CEA CAPA World Blog promotes stories and personal experiences from the perspectives of diverse student bloggers and vloggers.

Neurodivergent Support

CEA CAPA is willing and able to assist students with learning disabilities and physical disabilities. Students are requested to disclose disabilities through the application health forms as part of their application and in discussion with their application advisor or program manager. The earlier CEA CAPA is made aware of learning or physical disabilities the better we can work with the student, institution, and overseas team to tailor an Individualized Education Program if necessary to support the student.



CEA CAPA makes a conscious effort to create study abroad experiences that leave a positive impact on host communities. Each location implements a variety of strategies to support the local community and promote sustainability. Examples include:

Use of recycling bins in Study Center locations and in CEA CAPA housing

Signage in CEA CAPA housing urging students to limit water and electricity usage

Students are often given reusable bags and water bottles upon arrival to limit single plastic use

Students are provided with instructions for acquiring transportation passes to promote use of public transportation rather than taxis

Program Highlights

  • Hands-on learning experiences that transform the world abroad into a classroom
  • Personalized Pre-Departure Advising, including visa and immigration support
  • Courses offered in English that fulfill major and general graduation requirements
  • Comprehensive on-site support, including 24/7 emergency phone
  • Career workshops, Internships Abroad, and Alumni Ambassador positions



CEA CAPA Scholarships and Financial Aid

Studying abroad will change your life, improve your employability, and enhance your global competence. That's why we commit more than $2.0 million each year to our financial and scholarship programs.

$400 - $3,000

Program Reviews

4.91 Rating
based on 45 reviews
  • 5 rating 93.33%
  • 4 rating 4.44%
  • 3 rating 2.22%
  • 2 rating 0%
  • 1 rating 0%
  • Academics 4.05
  • Support 4.75
  • Fun 4.8
  • Housing 4.8
  • Safety 4.9
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Yes, I recommend this program

My study abroad semester in Prague was awesome!

I studied abroad in Prague last spring (2023) and had an amazing experience. Prague is very centrally located, making it very easy to travel on the weekends. I was one of three students from my school on the program, which was a little nerve-wracking. However, I was looking for an experience that was my own and allowed me to really get the full experience of meeting new people and living with students from all over the country. Prague was the perfect fit for me, it was extremely safe and easily walkable. I am so glad with my decision and will value the experience I had forever.

  • Easily walkable and easy to learn how to work the tram systems.
  • Very safe there, I never felt like I was in a situation or environment I did not want to be in.
  • There is something for everyone! All different kinds of cuisines, art, history, bars, churches, shopping, monuments, and more!
  • Can be fairly cold depending on the time of the year.
  • The language can be tricky, but takes time just like anything else!
  • I can not think of anything else :)
1 person found this review helpful.
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On this program I lived in an apartment with four other roommates. This was such a great experience because I was able to really immerse myself in the culture of the city by being in an area away from my school & study center. The CEA CAPA team was so helpful with questions about class, cultural norms, fixing things in our apartment, and everything in between. My classes weren't too difficult, I would say just the right amount of challenging for me to feel intellectually stimulated but also not so overwhelmed that I didn't have time to do anything else. Overall this was such an amazing experience and I would recommend the Prague program to anyone looking to study abroad and experience an amazing new city!

3 people found this review helpful.
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CEA CAPA abroad in Prague

My experience in Prague was amazing! I traveled a total of 8 other countries and learned so much about the world around me. I gained so much knowledge of how to travel and live on my own in a different country. As a STEM student, taking Calculus 3 and my humanities, I was able to handle both school and traveling on the weekends which was most important to me. CEA CAPA had amazing employees, that were very kind and helpful. At any point I needed aid or any type of recommendations, the staff was available. I created great relationships with my teachers and other students! Overall, I had an amazing experience thanks to CEA CAPA!

  • Central Europe
  • Affordable
  • Great Staff
  • No AC
  • No dryer
  • Some cancelled group activities through the program
8 people found this review helpful.
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I Had a Great Time

I had so much fun going to Prague for the summer. The city was beautiful and had a lot of things to do. The staff were very knowledgeable and helpful, suggesting places to go and explaining some cultural differences. The apartments were fairly nice, but it was a huge adjustment to have no clothes dryer or air conditioning. The location of the apartment was very good, with lots of nearby places to eat and shop as well as not too far from where classes are held. One thing I really enjoyed was how easy it is to travel around Europe. It was easy to plan a weekend trip to another country. Plus, the program organized some trips to different cities in Czechia which were a lot of fun.

  • Be immersed in a different culture
  • Try new things and explore
  • Further you academics
  • Big adjustment
8 people found this review helpful.
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Studying in Prague was the best 8 weeks of my life!!

I would definitely recommend studying in Prague to anyone. I chose Prague because it's not as common of a destination for Americans to travel to. I wanted to branch out and go to a new city in a different part of Europe and it was so amazing! I was able to travel to countries that I wouldn't normally think of going to, like Austria, and I'm so glad I did this. Prague is also a beautiful city and has so much to do. Some of my favorite activities were going on paddle boats on the river, watching the sunset at a park/beer garden, trying out new cafes/restaurants, and exploring the history of the city! I also met so many amazing people from all over the world, and it was genuinely the best 8 weeks of my life!

  • Easy travel on the weekends to nearby cities
  • So many activities to do in the city
  • Lots of history to learn about
  • Felt unsafe at times at night
9 people found this review helpful.
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Don't miss out!

I'm so glad I chose to study in Prague – it truly became a second home. Despite its reputation for cloudy weather, Prague's natural beauty always shined through. The city's less touristy vibe allowed me to experience life like a local.

As for the housing, I opted for a single bedroom and did not regret it; however, if you are sharing a room there is plenty of space. The flat I shared, situated in Prague 7, was filled with charming details like grand wooden doors, lofty ceilings, and the large windows that let in plenty of natural light. Having the tram station just outside the apartment was incredibly convenient, and the neighborhood felt exceptionally safe. Various shops and cafes (like my local favorite, Letka) were all within a 10 minute walk. The nearby parks quickly became my favorite places to visit with Letna's beer garden providing great views of Prague and Stromovka's peaceful ponds and large fields. A quick 10-minute tram ride, led to even more restaurants, bars, clubs, stores, and charming streets to explore. There is always something to do!

The onsite staff was welcoming and offered an array of engaging activities like an overnight excursion to Český Krumlov, day trips, and smaller activities like attending the opera–we saw a modern performance where actors dressed as monkeys sang in Czech while performing acrobatics on trampolines, so don't underestimate the experience–indoor cycling, ice skating, jogging around the local park, and more! The staff's efforts truly enriched the overall experience.

All of the classes I took were very interesting, had amazing professors, and a manageable work load. I recommend taking the Prague Art and Architecture class with Dr. Josef Záruba-Pfeffermann if you want to learn about the rich history of Prague by walking the city's streets and visiting various museums and monuments for free. Dr. Záruba's engaging teaching style involves telling historically significant stories that you wouldn't find in conventional textbooks, which always made the class interesting. Also, consider taking the elementary Czech language class with professor Šaršonová. She is helpful resource, a kind and encouraging person, and an amazing teacher. Learning the language from professor Šaršonová elevated my experience in Prague, enhancing my interactions and connections with the local culture. Finally, if you're looking to learn more about Central and Eastern Europe, take a class with Dr. Monika MacDonagh-Pajerová. Her firsthand experience as a student activist during the 1989 Velvet Revolution brings a unique perspective to her teaching.

Once you visit Prague you will never want to leave! Being here was the most fun, important, and overall memorable period of my life.

  • Beautiful city architecture
  • Great professors
  • Lots of things to do
  • Mostly grey skies and gloomy weather
  • Didn't have as many psychology classes as I expected.
10 people found this review helpful.
Response from CEA CAPA Education Abroad

Hi Rachel! Thanks for sharing all your perspective on Prague study abroad. Students will definitely value a review like this. So glad you got to experience this!

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Living, laughing, and loving Prague

Traveling to Prague with CEA was my first time traveling alone. I was very anxious at the prospect of being in an unknown city without any close friends to be there with me, but you learn the city fast and make friends faster. No matter where you go or what you do, you can feel a sense of home within the city and there are so many new things to try. Everything from learning about the alchemical history of the area to river cruises, there are so many neighborhoods to explore.

A lot of students come here with a wide array of plans and goals, which means there's something for everyone in this program. The only thing I wish I had done when considering which program to do was look into more specific programs.

  • Beautiful city
  • Easy to get around (tram card)
  • The city isn't too expensive to live in
  • The weather isn't always sunny and warm
10 people found this review helpful.
Response from CEA CAPA Education Abroad

Hi Greta! So glad you got the chance to live, laugh, and love in Prague. We couldn't agree more that there's truly something for everyone when you study abroad in a place like Prague!

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Go! Go! Go!

Studying abroad with CEA CAPA was the best experience of my life. I was definitely very nervous going into it, but once I got settled in I never wanted to leave. As soon as I got off of my flight, CEA CAPA workers were there with signs to point us in the right direction and give us rides to our apartments from the airport. The housing was incredible, much better than expected. I lived with 3 other students and I always felt safe, the neighborhood was very cute. CEA CAPA offered us many chances to go on excursions, some just day trips, others for a night or two. The staff was always available for help or guidance as needed. Overall, an unreal experience I think everyone should take advantage of. I met friends and made connections I will treasure for the rest of my life.

  • Safe housing
  • Lots of restaurants and things to do nearby
30 people found this review helpful.
Response from CEA CAPA Education Abroad

Hi Kaci! Thanks for sharing your experience from studying abroad in Prague. So glad to hear you got settled and felt safe at home in your cute neighborhood.

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