Summer School Summer School of Slavonic Studies (the LŠSS) is designed for the specialists of the Slavic and Bohemistic field, postgraduate and undergraduate students, translators and for everybody (beginners), who is interested in the Czech language, literature, history and culture.
Unfortunately, the Summer School of Slavonic Studies in Prague cannot take place this year, and its 64th edition has been postponed to 2021.
The current situation, both in the Czech Republic and globally, makes it impossible to organise a summer school that would be accessible and safe for everyone interested in learning about the Czech language and culture and for their teachers, and to maintain the level of quality that you are used to.
If you have been nominated for a scholarship for this year or have already applied, you will receive more information by email.
We’re looking forward to seeing you next year.
Application form in PDF .
Czech Studies ProgrammeThe Czech Studies Programme is an eight-month comprehensive programme covering Czech language for foreigners, literature, history and culture. This programme has been designed for everybody interested in the Czech language and culture, but especially for foreign students following their courses in Slavonic Studies or related disciplines. Terms: winter semester (September – December); spring semester (February – May).
Intensive CourseThis course isn´t open currently.A 10-day Intensive Czech Language Course for foreigners is organized twice a year, in winter and spring terms. It is designed for all foreigners who are interested in Czech and who cannot attend regular courses for 1 or 2 semesters. Terms : January (winter term); May (spring term).
Evening CoursesThis course isn´t open currently.Evening courses of Czech for foreigners are offered in both winter semester (September-December) and spring semesters(February-May). Semestral courses are designed not only for students but also for all foreigners of diverse professions who intend to improve their knowledge of (vyškrtnout are interested in) Czech language and culture. Terms: winter semester (September – December); spring semester (February – May).