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Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Exchange Language of Instruction: English
Academic Field: Business, Communication, Economics, Geography, History, International Studies, Mass Communication, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology Undergraduate/Graduate: Undergraduate
Application Fee: 250
Program Description:

University of New York in Prague

UNYP is one of the only Czech-accredited higher education institutions teaching solely in English, offering programs in Business Administration, Communication & Mass Media, International Economic Relations, and Psychology, plus a wide range of courses in associated fields in the social sciences, humanities, economics, finance, and arts. 

UNYP's internationally diverse teaching faculty, emphasis on dynamic and engaged learning, and small class size help ensure that over 800 students from more than 60 countries develop the skills that they need for success in their chosen fields. Situated in a quiet, upscale neighborhood in a central district of Prague, UNYP's facilities combine 19th-century architectural charm with 21st-century teaching and technology. 

University Website
Website for International Students


Prague is one of the most beautiful and safest cities in Europe, a place rich with culture and history interwoven within the vibrant city life. It is a romantic city of towers - paved with cobblestones and crisscrossed by bridges - one of Europe's hidden gems. Prague also offers many entertainment options, including a wide variety of museums, concert venues, famous jazz clubs, stylish restaurants and lively nightlife. 

Czech Republic is in the heart of Europe, providing a perfect jumping-off point to explore the rest of the continent. Mountains surround the Czech borders, and ski slopes can be reached in just an hour's drive. There are many attractive towns, villages, and castles worth visiting - many listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The country is also rich in natural treasures; take an opportunity to visit national parks with mountain lakes, dense forests and picturesque Moravian vineyards. 


Areas of study open to undergraduate exchange students

Business Strategy, Ethics of Business & Public Administration, Fundamentals of Finance, Human Resource Management, Information Management, International Marketing Strategies, International Money and Banking, Legan Environment of Business, Macroeconomics, Marketing, Microeconomics, Organizational Behavior, Project Management, Reason & Argument, Risk Management, Social Media Marketing, Statistics for Business and Economics I & II; Intercultural Communication, Introduction to Media Writing, Introduction to Communication, Media History, News Writing, Public Relations Principles, Public Speaking, Sociolinguistics; Comparative Political Systems, European Integration, Internaitonal Conflict & Security, Introductionto Political Science, Modern Europe, Development and Globalization, History of Religions; Adolescence and Adulthood, Comparative sychology, General Psychology, Educational Psychology, history & Systems of Psychology, Statistics for Social Sciences, Social Psychology, Cognition, Ethical Issues in Psychology, Health Psychology, Group Work Processes; American Government & Politics, Art of the Western World, classics of Political Though, Czech A1, Digital Photography, German A1, Genes Environment & You, Human Biology, Introduction ot Chinese Calligraphy, Introduciton to Philosophy, Psychology of Adjustment, Spanish, The Novel, Third World: Ethnic Conflict in Historical and Cultural Perspectives, United States History since 1865

Areas of study open to graduate exchange students

International Management, Law, Strategic Communication, Psychology, Second Language Learning and Teaching 

Course Offerings/Syllabi

Important Dates





Program Dates: September 7 - December 22 January 25 - May 16 May 25 - July 4, 2017

*Please note, these are estimated dates and are subject to change. For the most updated information, please visit the host university website.


Estimated Monthly Costs:

  • Housing: $490
  • Meals: $200
  • Local Transportation: $13.75
  • Insurance: $36.35
Summer programs are available for tuition and fee-paying students. Please ask the Education Abroad Office for more information. 


Belgicka Apartments by UNYP University of New York in Prague is the very first private university to offer student residences for its own students in the center of Prague.  Belgicka Apartments by UNYP consist of two newly renovated buildings located at Belgická 24 and 26 and unified by a single entrance. They are centrally located in one of Prague’s safest neighborhoods and only 100 meters from UNYP’s main campus on Londýnská, just steps away from multiple metro and tram stations; making it the most convenient housing option for our students.

Belgicka Apartments by UNYP will give students flexibility and choice of their living arrangements including options to rent single or double rooms and even whole apartments. Each apartment is unique giving students the options to make their studies and stay in Prague more comfortable.

Benefits include:
• Student welcome package (bed linen, bed sheets, towels)
• Fast Wi-Fi Internet connection
• Laundry facilities
• Elevator
• Mailbox
• Storage rooms
• Restaurant & café located on the ground floor
• Garden courtyard

Helpful Links

Click here for more information about host university
Click here for Texas State exchange student testimonial

Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Fall 2022 02/01/2022 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.