Czech Summer School: Colourful Ostravaplakat17

About School

Czech Summer School: Colourful Ostrava in Ostrava is organized by the Department of the Czech Language, Faculty of Arts, University of Ostrava ( We offer a 21-day course of the Czech language for foreigners (4 lessons/day) with many activities and a friendly atmosphere.

The lessons are focused on practical language and communication skills for students, teachers and foreigners permanently living in the Czech Republic and all others who want to improve their command of Czech as a foreign language.

The courses will take place at two levels: beginners and pre-intermediates (at least 6 people in each group). The language of communication is English. All classes are taught by university teachers.


  • Four Czech lessons every morning (Mon–Fri)
  • Afternoon lectures on Czech language, culture and history
  • Screenings of Czech films
  • Multicultural evenings
  • Two field trips
  • An excursion to industrial complex Dolní Vítkovice


It is available at the Jan Opletal university dormitory, in double, triple and quad rooms with shared bathrooms. The faculty and the city centre are approximately 5 minutes by trolleybus or 15 minutes on foot from the dormitory.


All participants will receive a certificate recording the attended language course. Successful university students will get ECTS credits, which can be recognized by their home university.


Applications should be sent by email.

Deadline: 30 April, 2017

Participation fee: 27,000 CZK

The aforementioned price includes:

  • Tuition
  • Textbook and study materials
  • Accommodation
  • Breakfasts
  • Trips and the excursion
  • Social events
  • Visa invitation letter

University of Ostrava

UOIt is a fast-developing educational institution providing higher education in a wide range of traditional and modern fields of study. Currently, the university has six faculties (Faculty of Arts, Pedagogical Faculty, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Fine Arts and Faculty of Social Studies) and two institutes (Institute for Research and Application of Fuzzy Modelling and European Research Institute for Social Work).

The University of Ostrava places a great emphasis on international cooperation with universities and scientific institutions abroad.