Days of Open Doors
Between January and September, Metropolitan University Prague holds Days of Open Doors regularly once a month. During these days, prospective applicants have an opportunity to find out detailed information about submission of applications, admission proceedings, individual specialisations, instruction, and foreign languages taught at MUP. Furthermore, during the Days of Open Doors prospective applicants have an opportunity to meet with the representatives of the individual departments and ask them questions at the concluding debate.
VENue & Times
University Days of Open Doors in Prague are held in MUP Strašnice Building in Dubečská street no. 900/10, Prague 10 – Strašnice (map) at 5:00 p.m. (Prospective applicants who prefer communicating in English are encouraged to visit the Day of Open Doors in Prague; for information on Day of Open Doors in MUP University Centres in Pilsen, Liberec, and Hradec Králové that are held entirely in Czech see here).
University Days of Open Doors in Prague are held on the following days:
- 12 June 2019
- 02 September 2019
- 16 September 2019
Programme of the Day of Open Doors in Prague
- Introduction at 5:00 p.m. (approximately 50 minutes) - MUP management including MUP Rector, Professor Michal Klíma, will introduce the university and all its study specialisations, opportunities to study abroad, instruction of foreign languages; and they will present the requirements of the admission procedure and other MUP activities. The general introduction is held in Czech only.
- Information seminars on individual specialisations (approximately 30 minutes) - you can choose which study specialisation interests you; during the seminar, the representative of the relevant MUP Department will introduce the specialisation in full detail and answer all your questions. Moreover, you will have a chance to experience a model lecture. The list of rooms, in which the individual seminars will be held, will be distributed during the introduction at 5:00 p.m. The information seminars are held in the language of the relevant specialisations, i.e. in Czech or in English.