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Take the journey to PCU!

Join us on Zoom every Wednesday at 16:00 CET for 30 minute mini presentations on key topics followed by a Q&A. We've designed these sessions to get you ready for your journey to University and to Prague!

Register for individual sessions, or sign up for the whole series.

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Graduation Ceremony 2023

On Saturday 4th November, Prague City University graduates and their families gathered at the National House in Vinohrady to celebrate the successful completion of studies and awarding of diplomas and degrees.

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Adapting to AI

In December, the School of Media & IT held a mini conference called "A.I. ADAPT - Transforming work in tech and media". The conference sought to explore and discuss the potential contributions of AI in the Media & IT industries and challenge those who may have reservations or limited understanding of its capabilities. Given that AI is undeniably a part of our future, the faculty aimed to spark excitement and encourage open dialogue about embracing and adapting to this transformative era.


From Software Engineering to Program Management

Zorica completed her MSc in International Management in November, 2023. Towards the end of her studies, she was able to successfully progress from Software Engineering to Program Management. Currently, she holds the position of Technical Programme Manager at Pure Storage in Prague, a software company based in Silicon Valley, USA.

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Insight into IT Operations with Alexandru Ureche from the Adecco Group

Invited as a guest speaker for the School of Media & IT's Media Innovation and Technology Lecture Series (MITS), Alexandru is Global Head of Command & Control Centre at the Adecco Group.
His lecture addressed Bachelor's and Master's level Computing students and covered IT Operations, Cybersecurity and Support, shedding light on the intricate workings of systems that often go unnoticed by users.

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Redefining Art Education 

From its early beginnings, PCU has had a reputation for offering the most renowned Art & Design programmes taught in English, and as such the School of Art & Design has continued to expand. Across all programmes students learn by undertaking real-world projects briefed by external partners; they organise their own exhibitions, and participate in workshops, field trips, festivals, and lectures outside of the traditional classroom setting. This also includes attending the School’s Visiting Artists Lecture series, a public event featuring distinguished artists and designers from both local and international creative fields who come to the university campus to share their insights.


Art Facilitation workshop to assist the artistic growth of neurodiverse individuals and those with intellectual disabilities.

PCU awarded a Visegrad grant to develop a programme for NGO communities

Prague City University, in partnership with the Centre for International Relations Foundation in Poland, the Ukrainian Center of the Future in Ukraine, and the Ukrainian House Žilina in Slovakia have won a grant from the Visegrad Fund for a collaborative project aimed at providing support to non-governmental organisation (NGO) communities.

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Inside the Classroom

Take at look at our video series, Inside the Classroom featuring BA (Hons) Fine Art Experimental Media students preparing for an exhibition.

You can view more video content from the series including a behind-the-scenes look at students from the School of Business studying Contemporary Marketing Practices from the BA (Hons) in International Management and BA (Hons) International Finance and Business Accounting programmes.

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PCU’s Visiting Artist Lecture Series profiled by Czech Design

Branislava Kuburović and Petr Knobloch, who are responsible for the Master's programmes at the School of Art and Design, recently appeared as podcast guests of Czech Design. The major point of discussion was PCU's well-established Visiting Artist Lecture Series.

It's time to Adapt!

PCU's Living Futures Annual Theme initiative delves into the complex realm of global challenges by encouraging interdisciplinary exploration of a central theme. For the 2023-24 academic year, faculty have selected a one-word theme “Adapt”. Adapt will filter through activities and events within and beyond the curriculum and encompass various topics such as technological advancements, global challenges, evolving work environments, and mental resilience. Adapt embodies a spirit of resilience, flexibility, and forward thinking. It also recognises that change is not only inevitable but also an opportunity for growth, innovation and success. You can read more about last year's theme, Media, Post-Truth & Reality below.

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