Prague Film School is ranked among the world’s leading film schools. The school’s accelerated programs, its international faculty, its location in Prague and its talent-rich student body all contribute to this recognition. In 2009 Prague film school received an award of being the Best school selected by the Prague post in a contest of “Best of Prague 2009”.
Prague Film School courses are accredited by the Czech Ministry of Education under the rubric of professional training.
Why choose Prague film school?
- high quality professional training
- well-stocked with the latest cutting-edge equipment used in many professional film productions throughout the world
- practical training
- international atmosphere. Annually, over 30 countries are represented among the student body.
- the school is located in one of the oldest parts of old-world Prague, smack in the center of the historic city.
The school offers professional training in the following disciplines:
*Acting for Film
About Czech Republic
The Czech Republic is a landlocked country in the middle of Europe. Rather than as a country in the middle of Europe, people should speak of the Czech Republic as a country in the heart of Europe … after all, the heart is not to be found precisely in the center of the human body either.
Czech Republic’s capital city Prague is indisputably one of Europe’s most beautiful capitals. Cobblestone streets, Baroque cupolas and medieval spires give the city a naturally breathtaking backdrop.
About higher education in Czech Republic
Foreign students study at tertiary schools under the same conditions as Czech citizens, provided that they are able to study in Czech. Therefore, since Czech students are not required to pay for their studies, the same conditions apply to foreign students.
Foreign students wishing to study at a Czech tertiary school in another language than the Czech language must pay tuition. At private tertiary schools, all students are required to pay tuition; the same conditions apply to Czech citizens and foreigners alike.
Private institutions of higher education can fix their own fees. The tuition fees differ from 2,000-15,000 USD per year and the amount depends on the relevant institution and study programme.
Why study in Czech Republic?
*Diverse range of study programmes in foreign languages
*Long tradition of quality education
*You can come for short study visit or to complete your degree
*Czech higher education institutions offer long-standing reputations, unique conception and interesting specializations
*Lower costs of living
*Cultural experience and fascinating history
*Member of the European Union and the Schengen Area
*Location in the heart of Europe.
Currency rate: 24,76 CZK = 1 €
Education: Please find information on the left side of this page.
Living cost: Expenses covering the stay are substantially lower than in any west European country.
*Apartment with roommates: 6000kc to 8500kc per bedroom
*Monthly transportation pass: 670kc
*Groceries for a month: 2400kc to 3200kc
Expenses covering food, accomodation, and public transportation come altogether to about 350-750 USD/month. Naturally, it all depends on the student’s lifestyle and on how much he/she really wants to spend. The prices can also vary considerably depending on where you stay.
Finding a place to live often takes time, so we advise you to contact your Czech Republic education institution for information about accommodation as soon as you have been admitted in case you have not received the information with your admission letter.
The institutions will be able to assist you in finding a place to live. There are several accommodation options:
*room in a hall of residence, price: 240-400 € per month.
*privately rented room in a house or a flat, price: 200-500 € per month.
*privately rented flat – either alone or shared with other students, prices vary considerably.
Foreign students (visa holders) can be employed, but must have a job permit. Job permit is not required only if the student (max. 26 years old) works not longer than 7 consecutive calendar days or 30 days a year in total.
Finding job may be difficult, especially if you don’t know the local language. It is not recommended for you to work more than 15 hours per week – otherwise you may neglect your studies.
For more information about the working conditions Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs