Foreigners studying or doing business who have decided to plan their future in the capital of the Czech Republic now have an exceptional opportunity to make their adaptation to the new city much easier. Following the example of other European capital cities, the Expat Centre will be available to them in Prague as well. The representatives of the Prague municipality presented the project at its grand opening.
Valuable information, contacts, educational events, consultations and assistance to counter the diverse situations and problems that life in a new country brings – all this can be found in the Expat Centre Prague. The project also offers the opportunity to meet and exchange experiences with other foreigners who are already living in Prague. All for free.
“Probably anyone who has ever studied or worked abroad knows how difficult the first steps in an unfamiliar environment are and how valuable any help is. That´s why there are Expat centres. I am very happy that Prague now has one of its own. Let this unique project be a friendly guide and support that will make foreigners feel at home” – City Councilor of Prague, Vít Šimral.
On Wednesday, January 15, 2020, the Expat Centre Prague was inaugurated at its headquarters in Jungmannova street. The grand opening of this centre was supported by famous personalities from the world of business and showbusiness such as Martin Barry, Tonya Graves or Mattijs Maussen. “I have lived in Prague for four years and it´s a city that I fell in love with. The new Expat Centre is a commendable step towards navigating the often confusing grounding of foreigners in a new country. This centre can provide useful services to anyone entering the city – a process that can be frightening and disorienting.” says the successful entrepreneur and founder of the Manifesto Market and reSITE, Martin Barry.
The Expat Centre Prague builds on projects that have been successfully operating throughout Europe. All information is already available on our website.
Have a look at the Grand Opening of the Expat Centre Prague: