Czech language courses for Ukrainian applicants for studies at the UWB
The Institute of Applied Language Studies organizes intensive Czech courses for Ukrainian refugees who have applied to study at some of the UWB faculties. Expected start of the course on June 1 and end on September 16, 2022. The courses are intended for complete beginners or for users of the basic language (A1 / A2). Classes will take place daily from 8.30 to 12.00 in the UWB campus in Bory.
If you have any questions, write to email@example.com. E-mail communication is possible in Ukrainian, Russian, Czech and English.
Czech language course for students
For those interested in studying at the University of West Bohemia the Faculty of Arts is offering an Adaptive Czech language course. Anyone interested can sign up via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The info4ua e-mail line works in Czech and English; Didn't get an answer? Check your spam folder.
The Regional Assistance Center for Ukraine
Upon arrival in Pilsen, all refugees must register at the Regional Assistance Center for Ukraine.
The Center conducts and provides the following:
- Registrations, document checks, identification
- Issuing visas, personal documents, etc.
- Health insurance registration
- Health care
- Humanitarian aid – food, beverages, clothing
- Psychosocial assistance
- Arranging accommodation
- Transport to accommodation