Have you ever thought about studing abroad? Do you love traveling, want to meet new people and get to know new cultures? Are you not afraid to step out of your comfort zone? If you answered YES at least once (and even if you did not), you are in a right place!
On the 24th of April a large festival about traveling, studying and working abroad will take place. You will get all the important information about how to study or work abroad. In fact, it is not difficult at all, the first step is to be a high school or university student, and we are going to explain the other steps to you easily. Apart from that, you can visit presentations about Brno’s universities and some presentations from well-known Czech travellers and nomads in the afternoon. When you get too tired, you can just go rest in our chillout zone.
It is also going to be a great opportunity to meet international students studying in Brno at the moment, and get to know their culture and country. You will see that there is no need to be afraid to study abroad, because it is one big never-ending joyride.
So, we hope that you will join the ride with us.
Interesting places nearby
Capuchin Square (Kapucínské náměstí)
Located just around the corner from Brno’s main station
Cathedral of St Peter and Paul
Cathedral dominating the city from atop Petrov Hill
Denis Gardens (Denisovy sady)
A park with a beautiful view of Brno and its surroundings
Old Town Hall (Stará radnice)
A significant historical building in the centre of Brno
Labyrinth Under the Vegetable Market (Labyrint pod Zelným trhem)
Just 212 steps down to enter the labyrinth’s winding passages
Reduta – National Theatre Brno
The oldest theatre in Central Europe, with a progressive spirit