We'd like to invite you to our first event, where you can meet your fellow exchange students and our buddies!
We will go to The Pub, a pub where you can tap your own beer, right at the table you'll be sitting at! Not only that, we will also do a small Czech Republic quiz with prizes during the night.
Entrance is of course free, but the places in the pub are limited, so you may have issues finding a space to sit when you arrive late :).
For those who are not sure if they can find it, we'll also have a meeting point at Masarykova kolej lobby at 18:40, so you can come with us.
We're looking forward to see you all there!
Get involved in our unique language learning program and come to meet new friends before the semester begins! During Tandem Evening you can meet your tandem partner to practice your language skills or just chat, have a beer and of course have fun!
Tandem is a way of mutual learning and teaching languages. The idea is to find a person who would be interested in teaching you a language, and you will teach him yours in return.
So don’t hesitate and join us on Monday February 10 at 21:00 in the PM Club!
You can also enrol in Tandem database to find your language partner: https://isc.cvut.cz/tandem/
Will be announced later.
DJ: Durane & Candy
See what past exchange students said about us
I have a lot of good memories of the Czech Technical University (CTU), but the first thing I have to emphasize is the International Student Club (ISC). Due to the nice and friendly atmosphere I could feel since the beginning.
I decided to help them with the organization of some activities like the orientation week, language meetings, sport events or trips. I’ve also been teaching my Spanish language to other students!
It has been an unbelievable experience for me that I recommend to every Erasmus student for sure!
Sergio Martín, Spain
Joining ISC CTU in Prague allowed me many things. At the beginning of the semester, it helped me with getting to know new people from all over the world. I started learning German (with a very nice teacher) in the Masarykova dormitory, I discovered lots of new places in Prague by attending the Café Lingea meetings, where my language skills were tested, and I learned to play voleyball.
I still keep many friends who I have visited/hosted after my Erasmus. That's one of the things I am most proud of – to be able to keep these friendships through time.
My advice for those starting an Erasmus is clear: Join ISC as soon as you get there, you won't regret it.
Mikel Ogueta, Spain