Čím byla tvá univerzita výjimečná? Jak vypadaly prostory ve kterých jsi studoval(a) a univerzitní vybavení?
The Czech Centre Athens is an organization that offers many opportunities to learn about culture, its organization and presentation. You can improve your skills in practical set-up and organisation of cultural events, creation of cultural materials and other things related to culture, which can help you a lot in your future career. In addition, the opportunity is provided to have your own project, which can be independently developed during the internship. A great advantage of the Czech Centre Athens is that you do not have to know the language of the country (Greek), so you can meet other interns who are studying much more diverse fields of study than at other Czech Centres, so it is very enriching to meet them and communicate with them. So if you want to go on an internship and have a creative project in mind that you want to realise, the Czech Centre Athens with its friendly team and wide range of opportunities is a good choice from my point of view.
Co tě první napadne, když pomyslíš na svou "adoptivní" univerzitu. Čím byla výjimečná? Jak vypadaly prostory ve kterých jsi studoval(a) a univerzitní vybavení?
The interns are cultural project assistants who assist the staff of the Czech Centre Athens. The representatives of the organization always approached me correctly, clearly and smoothly, which was great. And, as I wrote above, if you have a good project in mind and a desire to present Czech culture in Greece, or if you can speak Greek in addition, I recommend the Czech Centre Athens as a great opportunity to gain useful practical skills.
Jak vypadá studentský život na univerzitě?
Studoval(a) jsi v angličtině, nebo v jazyce hostitelské země? Jaké požadavky jsou v oblasti jazyka kladeny univerzitou?
My main language of communication was English. I knew very little Greek, so I could read the signs, and I got better at it over time. Fortunately, English is not a problem for most Greeks and they speak it at a very good level, so getting along is no problem. The Czech Centre Athens required only English, Greek was not a requirement.