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The Integration Centre Prague has opened registration for new Czech courses for adults.
The courses are intended for all third-country nationals (from countries outside the EU) who have been residing in the Czech Republic for more than 90 days.
As usual, there are courses for various levels from beginners (A1) to pre-intermediate learners (A2), as well as specialised courses for those who want to prepare for the permanent residence permit Czech exam.
If you sign up for the standard course, in four months, you will learn basic phrases, including greetings and introducing yourself, and you will cover vocabulary related to the topics of family, weather, food and drinks, city, housing, and transport.
The lessons are free of charge.
Students pay a motivational refundable deposit of CZK 2,000 prior to the start of the course. If you attend the course regularly, you get the deposit back.
Registration for the standard courses and an online classification test will be available on the ICP’s website from 19th August to 3rd September.
Online enrolment for particular courses will be opened on 3rd September at 10:00 a.m.
The preparatory courses for the Czech exam for permanent residence permit are scheduled for March 2020.
More information including a video tutorial explaining how to register is available on the ICP’s website.