Study and Work Abroad Fair

Do you want to study at a prestigious university abroad? Try working abroad or improve your foreign language skills?

Don’t wait any longer. Come to the Study and Work Abroad Fair to get the information you need to follow your dream. You will find out what your options are, get practical tips and discover how to cross borders between countries and within yourself.

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24th and 25th November 2023 from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Event organizer
Czech-us Agency

What can you look forward to?

Map of the fair

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1 Workshops for teachers
2 Lecture room
3 Career counselling
4 Coordinators and university representatives


10:00 - 10:10
Miky Škoda: Weighing anchor and setting sail - opening words of the presenter

10:10 - 10:25
Study Abroad: International Language Academy of Canada

10:30 - 10:45
Study Abroad: Tamwood International College (Kanada)

10:50 - 11:05
Study Abroad: Whistler adventure school (Canada)

11:10 - 11:25
Study Abroad: Fontys University of Applied Sciences (Holland)

11:30 - 11:45
Study Abroad: Haarlem Campus (Holland)

11:50 - 12:10
Sabina Feldmanová: How to choose the right study abroad destination?

12:15 - 12:35
Jiří Hrabánek: An unconventional learning journey

12:40 - 12:55
Study Abroad: Griffith College (Ireland)

13:00 - 13:15
Study Abroad: Coventry University (UK, Poland)

13:20 - 13:35
Study Abroad: TU Clausthal (Germany)

13:40 - 13:55
Jerguš Jančik: A typical day as a student at a Danish university

14:00 - 14:20
Sabina Feldmanová: Find out your options to finance your studies abroad

14:25 - 14:45
Sabina Feldmanová: How to hack foreign university admissions?

14:45 - 14:55
Break In the meantime, talk to the programme coordinators

14:55 - 15:55
Panel discussion: What are the benefits of living abroad for my future life?

16:00 - 16:20
Jan Valečka: About working in the USA, travelling and photography

16:25 - 16:45
Veronika Nováková a Magdalena Tomíčková: Work and study in Canada – How-to

16:50 - 17:10
Jan Kolář: The gains and losses of my studies in Canada

10:00 - 10:10
Miky Škoda: Weighing anchor and setting sail - opening words of the presenter

10:10 - 10:25
Study Abroad: Fontys University of Applied Sciences (Holland)

10:30 - 10:45
Study Abroad: Markéta Mičková

10:50 - 11:05
Study Abroad: TU Dublin (Ireland)

11:10 - 11:25
Jiří Zelenka: Journey to the musical dream (study in Berlin)

11:30 - 11:45
Study Abroad: Kaplan International Pathways (Australia)

11:50 - 12:10
Tereza: What it’s like to live in Australia

12:15 - 12:35
Romana Procházková: Study and work opportunities in Australia

12:40 - 13:10
Miky Škoda: Overcome boundaries and fulfil your potential

13:15 - 13:35
IVO DIMA: How I left to seek happiness in the USA

13:40 - 14:10
Miky Škoda: How to bring your ideas to life?

14:15 - 14:35
Tomáš Völfl: Gain work experience in Europe's second richest country - Ireland

14:40 - 15:00
Marie Malinovská About studying archaeology in Ireland and job opportunities.

15:05 - 15:25
Veronika Novotná: Enjoy a working summer in Spain or Greece

15:30 - 15:50
Karolína Hlaváčková: Jak mi covid změnil život?

15:55 - 16:15
Kateřina Klímová O překonání svého strachu z vycestování

Who will present at the fair?

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Miky Škoda

Adventurer, scout, explorer of human potential, lecturer and mentor
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Ivo "DIMA" Růžička

Work and Travel USA participant
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Jiří Hrabánek

Traveller and Study Abroad graduate

Veronika Nováková

Coordinator of Canadian Work and Study Programmes
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Jan Valečka

Work and Travel USA participant
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Honza Kolář

Work & Study Canada participant
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Sabina Feldmanová

Expert on universities abroad
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Majda Tomíčková

Coordinator of Canadian Study Programmes
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Šimon Presser

Foreign Exchange Stays, Head of Youth and Sport Division
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Přemysl Piskač

Co-owner of the Czech-us agency
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Karolína Hlaváčková

Work in Greece and Work and Travel USA participant
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Marie Malinovská

University student in Ireland
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Tereza Rausová

Work & Study Australia participant

Jerguš Jančik

Student at Aarhus University in Herning, Denmark
Návrh bez názvu (16)

Markéta Mičková

Student of Psychology at Radboud University

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How to bring your ideas to life?

Do you have a lot of ideas in your head that would be a shame to let slip away? Where to find the courage to turn an idea into reality? Whether you want to travel, run a business, volunteer or apply to your dream school, it won’t happen without a drop of determination and the first step. Miky Škoda will be happy to share his experience of how to not only tackle these first steps, but also ensure that both you and the world around you get the best out of your ideas.

How to overcome boundaries and fulfil your potential?

Every one of us has at least one, but more likely two or more talents. But how do we recognize them and allow ourselves to fully focus on them? Let alone how to show what we’ve got to the world? We all have potential. But how do we turn it into a fulfilling life? Come to Miky Škoda's inspiring lecture on how to cross boundaries between countries and within yourself, and set out to discover yours.

What are the funding options for studying abroad?

Zero to one million Czech crowns. That’s the range for annual tuition fees at universities across Europe nowadays. Would you like to know where you can study for free? Are universities with million-dollar tuition fees really worth it? Are you wondering how to get a scholarship, a government loan or how to even get paid for studying abroad? That’s what you will learn about in this lecture.

How to choose the right destination for studying abroad?

Is Ireland or the Netherlands better? Is it true that Denmark has cancelled nearly all of the English programmes? And what about Britain, is it still possible to study there after Brexit? If you’re feeling a bit lost in the options available to you today and the amount of information about studying abroad, come to this lecture and let’s explore the key aspects to consider when choosing the right country for your university studies abroad. We promise you will leave with a clearer mind.

How to hack foreign university admissions?

Getting into great schools abroad may not be as hard as it may seem at first glance. Here are some tips and tricks to help you aim for some of the world’s top 100 universities in September 2024. Even if you don’t have the best grades and haven’t considered studying abroad before.

What are the benefits of studying abroad for my future life?

During the panel discussion you can meet interesting guests who will tell you how a stay abroad can be beneficial for your future life. We will talk about the real-life impact, guests will share their own experiences of studying and working abroad, and there will also be expert insights and time for questions.


Career guidance

Am I even studying the right course? What are my strengths and weaknesses? What will I enjoy doing in life? Will I be a good manager one day?

You can get the answers to all these questions by visiting the career advice stand and taking a short test. Afterwards, our career development experts will evaluate the test with you.


Work Abroad

Work experience abroad is not only a great addition to your CV, but it’s also a way to see the world and see places that most Czechs don’t even dream of. Thanks to a work experience abroad, you
will become independent, learn to rely on yourself and build connections with people from all over the world.

Improving your English and other languages is a matter of course, as well as the earnings that are hard to come by in the Czech Republic. At the fair you can meet coordinators of the following work abroad programmes: Work and Travel USA, Working Holiday Canada, Work in Ireland, Greece, Germany and Spain.

Work & Travel USA

Work and Travel in the USA during the summer holidays and stay there up to 17 weeks. Earn back your initial expenses and discover the beauty and culture of the USA.

Working Holiday Canada

The Working Holiday Canada programme allows you to gain valuable work experience, improve your language skills, experience Canadian culture and travel.  The visa for this program allows you to live, work and travel in Canada for one year. These visas can only be obtained once in a lifetime and are limited in number for the Czech Republic.

Work in Ireland

Ireland and its capital Dublin are ideal destinations for those who want to improve their English, enjoy the unique local culture, add an interesting reference to their CV and earn some extra money to travel around Europe.

Work in Greece

The Work in Greece programme enables Czechs and Slovaks to gain valuable work experience in this popular destination. If you want to work in a luxury hotel right by the beach, spend your free days on the beach or travelling around the Greek islands, meet people from all over the world and improve your English, then this programme is for you.

You can work in Halkidiki or on the islands of Corfu or Kos in one of the hotels of a luxury hotel chain. These are popular tourist destinations, full of beautiful sandy beaches, historical monuments and tavernas where you can taste great Greek cuisine.

Work in German-speaking countries

The programme includes different types of positions in German-speaking countries, which include Austria, but also the north of Italy, some of which require German and others where you can get by with the basics. You can choose from a variety of destinations, ranging from positions by the sea to positions in the Alps. And if you’re more interested in staying in the city, it could be Berlin, which is popular with young people from all over the world.

Work in Spain

The Work in Spain programme enables Czechs and Slovaks to gain valuable international experience in this sunny destination. If you want to combine work, sunbathing on the beach and endless Spanish fiestas, then this programme is for you.

You can spend your summer in Catalonia, Mallorca, or in a hotel on the beach in the Valencia area. During your stay, you’ll meet people from all over the world, spend free days on the beach and improve your English and Spanish, not just your Spanish, thanks to a diverse international clientele.


Study Abroad

Studying abroad has never been as easy as it is today. Because European universities accept students from the European Union on the same terms as their own, you have hundreds of universities to choose from and thousands of different courses to pursue. Completing a full degree, whether a bachelor’s or a master’s, will give you a degree with international prestige that will open many career doors in the future.

Study in Ireland

Griffith College

Griffith College is Ireland’s largest independent college with branches in Dublin, Cork and Limerick. At the fair, it will present its undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Design, Business, Psychology, Media or IT.

TU Dublin

One of Dublin’s largest universities will come to present its Tourism and Hospitality Management programmes. But there are hundreds of other courses to choose from. Their modern campus in Dublin city centre boasts state-of-the-art facilities and excellent student facilities.


Study in the Netherlands

Haarlem Campus

Are you interested in fields like Business Psychology or Creative Media? Explore the Haarlem Campus – a modern, newly opened university of applied sciences just outside of Amsterdam. The advantage of studying at the Haarlem Campus is guaranteed accommodation on campus, which is really rare in the Netherlands!

Fontys University of Applied Sciences

Fontys University of Applied Sciences is one of those universities in the Netherlands that focuses much more on practice than on academic lectures. Their representatives are coming to Go-Global to present programmes mainly in the fields of IT, Technology and Health.

Study in Poland/UK

Coventry University (UK, PL)

Coventry University provides undergraduate and postgraduate education in any discipline, both in the UK and at its new campus in Wroclaw, Poland. Here, you can study selected programmes at reduced tuition fees and without having to apply for a student visa.

Solent University

Solent University in Southampton, England, excels in arts and creative industries. Their range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in design, art and creative communication is hugely varied. Some of the most popular majors at this university include Fashion Design, Graphic Design, Popular Music Performance, Game Design, Interior Design and Film and Media Production.

Study in Germany

TU Clausthal

TU Clausthal is a key driver of the regional economy and the largest local employer. It fosters strong collaboration between academia and the private sector, with a focus on advancing the circular economy. The university is top-ranked degree programs attract a diverse student body, with over 40% coming from 100+ countries. TU Clausthal is dedicated to practical application, student support, and engagement with society. Consisting of three faculties, 35 institutes, and six interdisciplinary research centres, its main location is in Clausthal-Zellerfeld, with additional sites in Goslar and Celle. It is committed to shaping a sustainable future amid climate change and digitalization.

SRH Berlin University of Applied Sciences

The Berlin University of Applied Sciences will present bachelor’s and master’s programmes in business, marketing and communications, music, film and IT. The undeniable advantage of studying at this school is that you don’t have to pay any tuition fees – there’s a secure student loan that you can only pay back if you earn enough in the future.

Study in Canada


International Language Academy of Canada has almost 20 years of experience in education and is one of the most prestigious private schools in Canada. Some of the most popular courses include for instance Marketing and Sales. The school has a hands-on focus and has campuses in both Vancouver and Toronto. It offers one- or two-year programmes that combine study with work experience. Programmes at ILAC College are the best decision for those who want to gain work experience as well as education in Canada.


A partner school based in Vancouver, Toronto and Whistler. Tamwood focuses mainly on the acquisition of practical skills while studying. Popular majors include for instance International Business and Digital Marketing.


Whistler Adventure School offers accredited degree programs specialising in Outdoor, Marketing and Media. The graduates receive internationally recognized certificates which provide a great foundation for further education or a career. Emphasis is on hands-on practice and small group work. The instructors are successful professionals in their fields or certified mountain guides. Study visas allow you to work while in Canada and take advantage of the wide range of opportunities Whistler has to offer. In your spare time, you can enjoy the largest bike park in the world in Whistler, as well as the Whistler-Blackcomb Olympic Ski Resort.

Aarhus University

Aarhus University

Denmark’s Aarhus University is one of the world’s top 100 universities. When it comes to undergraduate studies, it is particularly popular for its Economics and Business courses at both the Aarhus and Herning campuses. Those interested in a Master’s degree can choose from dozens of courses ranging from Business to Natural Sciences to International Relations or Humanities.