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Accomodation

 Student dormitories | Long-term | Short-term| Student recommendation

STUDENT DORMITORY

There are seven different blocks of dormitories in which the international students can stay.

These blocks are situated in Jarov district in Prague 3, which is approximately 15 minutes from the university and 20 minutes from the city centre on tram no. 9.
http://suz.vse.cz/eng/koleje/

STUDENT experience:
If you want to leave in a flat you have to organize it by yourself. I would hardly recommend to stay at the dorms because almost all the exchange students stay there, it’s cheap (around 12’500 CZK for your whole stay) and it’s where the exchange life is mainly happening (predrinking, going out for dinner, going for runs etc.). READ MORE …

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LONG-TERM ACCOMMODATION

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SHORT-TERM ACCOMMODATION

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The rents for the flat per month are similar to the amount you pay for your whole stay at the dorms. If you stay at the dorms you have the possibility to choose in which building you would like to live but in the end they only differ in the age of the buildings and the amount of people you share your dorm with (four or six). It’s usual that you share your room with someone of the same sex. Don’t be worried about the privacy because you get used to it
very quickly and when you are back home you suddenly start to feel lonely in your own room . Equipment for the kitchen (cutlery, plates, pots and pans) has to be organized by the students themselves. The staff at the reception desk at the dorms is no able to speak English which is in the beginning quite fun or a reason to struggle but with the time you start to use your hands and feet and Google Translate gets your best friend. In the end it’s also a part in your exchange you will never forget.

In emergency case you can always get in touch with the dorm manager who is able to communicate in English or ask your Buddy/a Czech student who lives in the same building. In the building Jarov I D a small shop and a copy/printing/scanning machine can be used. Also a big soccer field on which the Buddy System organizes soccer matches as well as other sport activities like Zumba and Trampolin Kiki are offered in the dorm locations. There is also a canteen where you can get food priced at 50 CZK (around 2.30 CHF) at lunchtime and almost every day during the week. Just next to the dorms is a small Vietnamese store which offers food and drinks (open until 10pm) as well
as a pharmacy. A bigger supermarket is “Kaufland” (open every day from 7am until midnight) which is two tramstops away from the dorms (Spojovací). The pub next to the dorms is called “Juve” and is a meeting point for having a beer with some other students.
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