CIEE Summer Communications, New Media + Journalism in Prague, Czech Republic

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Home to a rapidly evolving media landscape, Prague is the perfect city to examine the changing nature of contemporary media culture.

Enrolling directly at the most prestigious university in Prague you’ll develop a deeper literacy about global communication trends, while exploring the complexities of contemporary life in the Czech Republic.

Study abroad in Prague and you will:

- Enjoy course excursions to local media outlets, such as Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty

- Deepen your understanding of the Czech Republic with various historic and cultural excursions around Prague and the surrounding area

Study Abroad Risk Free!

In the unusual event CIEE has to cancel your study abroad or internship program due to a health, safety, or security concern, you’re covered with our Program Assurance Advantage.


CIEE Offers More Than $8 Million in Scholarships Every Year!

We know cost is one of the biggest barriers to studying abroad. At CIEE, we dedicate real resources to help break down the cost barriers so every student who wants to study abroad, can do so.

$500 - $2,500

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Yes, I recommend this program

First time abroad experience

I enjoyed being in the CIEE program to expand my learning for my journalism career. I liked the activities we got to participate in, made a few friends, and learned something new in my news media, globalization, and journalism course. I would recommend this program to high school and college students for the adventure.

I also enjoyed being in a new city that was a way from home. Prague is full of life, the architecture is beautiful, the weather is really hot, and the night life is wonderful. I recommend the Arepas de Lyna place to eat fresh Venezuelan food. They are so sweet, their customer service is phenomenal, and it was close to my apartment. Definitely a ten out of ten and five star restaurant. I hope if you have the chance to come to Prague, to fully grasp the European culture and lifestyle.

What was the most nerve-racking moment and how did you overcome it?
Public transportation was difficult for me because I usually drive everywhere, but I got the hang of it.
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