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Accommodation

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Dormitories/Halls of Residence

UCT Prague provides international students accommodation in dormitories located in the southern part of Prague, in the district of Chodov.

There are two buildings, Sázava and Volha, which offer either double or triple rooms. Two neighbouring rooms share a bathroom, a toilet, and a small corridor with a fridge. They are equipped with basic furniture.

International students living in the dormitories do not need to register with the Foreign Police to announce their arrival in the Czech Republic; this is taken care of by the Administration of UCT Prague Facilities.

Important information

Exchange students must send their Application for Accommodation to the Halls of Residence accommodation office (erasmus.accom@vscht.cz) by given application deadlines.

Degree students shall send their Application for Accommodation to ludmila.valachova@vscht.cz by given application deadline.

Map and Address

Sázava: Chemická (Ekonomická) 952, 148 28 Praha 4 – Kunratice
Volha: K Verneráku 950, 148 28 Praha 4 – Kunratice

 

Canteens

Students can have breakfast, lunch and/or dinner in the Residence Volha canteen.

There are also a number of CTU canteens close to the Institute, including:

  • Menza Studentský dům ("red canteen"): Bílá 2571/6, Praha 6
  • Menza Masarykova kolej: Thákurova 1, Praha 6

ICT Student Card holders can purchase meals in these canteens with a student discount.

Off-Campus Living

Students can also choose to live off-campus; when choosing this option, please note you will need to register your place of residence with the Foreign Police.

EU students in Private Residences

If you are from the EU and will not live in Volha or Sázava, you are obliged to register at the Foreign Police office within 30 days of your arrival if your stay in the Czech Republic exceeds 30 days.

Non-EU Students in Private Residences

All non-EU students who do not live in Volha or Sázava must register at the Czech Foreign Police within three days after their arrival. This duty also applies to those visa students who are due to pick up their long-term or permanent residence permits in the Czech Republic.

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Updated: 21.6.2017 14:54, Author: Helena Pekárková

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