11th Prague International Staff Week

11th Prague International Week – staff training for our partners will take place between April 24-27, 2023.

This training is aimed mainly at our colleagues from International Offices – it will focus on challenges connected with Erasmus Without Paper implementation, well-being of staff and students and International Office PR activities. The upcoming International Week will be full of sessions and workshops, as well as social and cultural events.

Participation fee 200 EUR includes welcome package, coffee breaks, lunches, welcome dinner, guided tour, culture event and sightseeing trip. Invoice will be sent to selected participants (payment due in March 2023). Participants must cover costs for travel and accommodation.

Deadline for REGISTRATION is January 21, 2023.



Monday, April 24 | 10:00 – 17:00

  • Official Welcome & Participants Introduction
  • Guided Tour of the University
  • Challenges connected with EWP implementation
  • Prague Guided Tour

Tuesday, April 25 | 9:00 – 20:00

  • Challenges connected with EWP implementation
  • Mental health and well-being of university students and staff
  • Dinner with VŠE International Office

Wednesday, April 26 | 10:00 – 17:00

  • Sightseeing tour – TBC
  • Experience Czech Culture Event

Thursday, April 27 | 9:00 – 15:00



We recommend several hotels in the near proximity of VSE campus:



Prague has very good public transportation systems. The metro, trams and buses cover the majority of the city and outskirts. To move around town, we recommend using public transport over driving or taking a taxi. If you insist on taking taxi, consider downloading an app such as TaxifyLiftago or Uber to avoid unexpectedly high charges.

Tickets for public transport

You need to have a valid ticket before you get on the bus/tram/metro. You can buy transfer tickets for 30 minutes (30 CZK), 90 minutes (40 CZK), 24 hours (120 CZK) or 72 hours (330 CZK).

  • Paper one-off tickets are sold in the Prague Public Transit Co. info centresTicket vending machinesAdvanced Sales and selected wholesalers (Relay branches, news stands).
  • Cashless payment of fare – Terminals (validators) for the tickets are installed in all trams and in the metro vestibules.
  • PID lítačka app where you can search for connections and buy tickets. It applies to Prague Integrated Transport in Prague and Central Bohemian Region for all public transport.

From the airport to the Prague city centre

The connection between Václav Havel Airport Prague and Prague city centre is provided by public transport bus lines which operate at regular few-minute intervals. Bus stops are located directly in front of terminals. To get to Prague city centre we recommend taking the 119 bus (Terminal 1/Terminal 2 – Veleslavín train/metro station) and changing to metro Line A. You will need to purchase the 90 minutes ticket (40 CZK) before boarding the bus.

Or you can use the Airport Express bus, which connects the Main Railway Station (Praha Hlavni Nadrazi) with Václav Havel Airport Prague. There are no other stops. AE bus runs daily from 5 a.m. till 9 p.m. in regular interval of 30 minutes. Tickets can be bought directly from the bus driver (100 CZK). Please note that usual Prague public transport tickets cannot be used in the AE bus line.

Night service (0:00 – 4:00 am): 910 bus in direction I.P. Pavlova station.