LinkedIn & LinkedIn Learning

You are invited to an official LinkedIn Learning info session with Ry Hallada from PCU Student Services.

We’ll cover insight and recommendations for both new and regular users alike! There will be a brief introduction to LinkedIn and LinkedIn Learning and then the focus will be on tips on how to make the most out of the two platforms

Zoom Link

Psychological Workshop

You are invited to a psychological workshop led by a war-related trauma expert.

With many of us communicating with students and families in a challenging situation, this workshop is an opportunity to be better equipped for these interactions in the long-term.

The workshop will be led by Kateřina Honzíková, a psychotherapist with vast experience on war-related trauma and the founder of the project Trauma Prevention in Syrian Children in Refugee Camps and UNHCR lecturer on migration issues.

When: Thursday, March 31, 9am-12pm
Where: Blanická 003

The workshop is free for all PCU staff and lecturers.

Please register at

Sharing Circle on Ukraine

A sense of support and togetherness often has a significant impact on our ability to overcome difficult times. While some of us have a strong social support network, others may experience more isolation. Therefore we’d like to offer an opportunity for all members of the PCU community to come together for a Sharing Circle.

The Sharing Circle on Ukraine session will provide a supportive environment with a focus on respect for individuals thoughts, stories and experiences. A circle is a powerful symbol, and together, we aim to be a powerful source of support and community. The session will be led by trained facilitator, Filip Rosenkranc from Student Services.

To join please email:

The circle will take place in Room 002 of the Polska Campus (Blanická entrance) from 3 till 5pm.

What is a Sharing Circle?

This is a traditional form of non-hierarchical communication that focuses on supportive listening, open communication, self-esteem, self-awareness, and mutual respect. Participants agree to speak one at a time, sharing their personal stories and experiences, rather than opinions, and listening non-judgmentally, while others do the same.

It supports a deep sense of community and fosters recognition of a shared humanity and interconnectedness. It enables individuals to give a voice to their stories, cultivate a compassionate response to anger, defensiveness, and violence, as well as strengthen emotional health and resilience.

Prague City Architecture Walk 3

The third walk in the series of four architectural walks around Prague will investigate Nove Město and Vinohrady..

To join, simply meet in front of New Yorker at the bottom of Wenceslas Square at at 10am, Sunday 16 January.

This event is free and open to all students, alumni and staff of Prague City University.

Total walk time = 1.5 hours
Bring a mask.

Prague City Architecture Walk 2

This event is free and open to all students, alumni and staff of Prague City University.

This is the second of four architecture walks around Prague with Architectural aficionado, Alex Went, which will concentrate on the architectural treasures of Malá Strana.

To join, simply meet at Divadlo Na Prádle, Besední 487 in Malá Strana at 10am, Sunday 28 November.

We will then:

  • Walk along Nosticova towards the Nostic Palace (Ministry of Culture, 1660)
  • Visit Maltézské námesti. Learn about the Maltese Order. Church of The Virgin Mary ‘under the chain’
  • Visit Malostranské náměstí. The Cathedral of St Nicholas (1704-1755) and the Dientzenhoffers.
  • Visit Nerudova Street – and view typical house signs
  • Visit Waldstein Garden – and hear the story of Walenstein, and the employment of Italian architects in Prague
  • Visit U Lužického semináře (1728) – Dientzenhoffer / Jesuits and Sorbians
  • Visit  Old Town Bridge Tower (1357) on Karlův most.

Total walk time = 1.5 hours
Bring a mask.


Prague City Architecture Walk 1

This event is free and open to all students, alumni and staff of Prague City University.

This is the first of four architecture walks around Prague with Architectural aficionado, Alex Went.

To join, simply meet at the New Yorker building at the bottom of Wenceslas Square at 10am, Sunday 14 November.

  • We will look at the medieval bridge in Můstek station
  • We will walk around the boundary of the Old Town and learn about where the moat and towers stood
  • We will look at the gothic church of St Martin-in-the-Wall (1178)
  • We will walk via the mediaeval streets to the Old-New synagogue (1270) on Pařížská and learn about the 19th century ‘Asanace’
  • Thence to the mediaeval Convent of Saint Agnes (1231)
  • From there to Náměstí Republiky, to Na příkopě, and back to Můstek

Total walk time = 1.5 hours.
Bring your mask.


Prague City Architecture course

This free introductory course is open to PCU students, alumni and lecturers.

Over 10 weeks students will learn not only about architecture but also the history of Prague from the 10th to 20th Century. Hear fascinating stories, examine the decorative and applied art features and learn about the businesses behind the facades. Towards the end of the course students will undertake research and write a four page essay on a topic of their choice. On completion participants will receive a Certificate.

The lectures are created and presented by Alex Went and will take place every Friday at 2pm in November through to mid-December. The class will resume in January after the Christmas break.

There will be 10 classes that are 60 to 90 minutes in length. Classes can be taken in person or in the Digital Campus. 

Registration is essential as in-person spots are limited. Please register below to secure your spot in class or in the Digital Campus.

Supplementary Walks

Alex will be conducting 4 weekend walks around Prague to examine the city’s architectural treasures. This is open to the whole university and does not require registering for the Prague City Architecture course. Stay tuned for details of the first walk!