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Preparation course for the Permanent Residency Exam


Preparation for the examination A2

Date: 4.10. - 16.12.2021
Days and Time: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday  09:00 - 10:00
Amount: 32 lessons x 60 minutes
Place: online
Price: 5600 CZK (175 CZK/60 minutes)



When and Where?

The course will take place from 4.10. until 16.12. three times a week. The schedule is Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9.00am to 10.00am. Classes will be taught online which makes them more convenient for learners as they do not have to spend a lot of time commuting and they will be able to connect with their classmates even when abroad. The system is quite simple – the teacher will send out an invitation for a conference call before the class starts and students only need to accept it. Groups of students are very small of maximum 8 students in one class.


How much does the course cost?

32 lessons (1 lesson = about 60 minutes) cost 5600 czk. Therefore, one 60 minute long lesson costs 175 czk. The price of this course includes all electronic materials used in class. The teacher will be sending students everything they need as the course progresses. There is no need to order expensive textbooks!


Is this course for me?

The course is intended for students preparing for the Permanent Residency A2 Exam. In this course students will revise key grammar and build more confidence in their language skills. They will focus on exam strategies and mock tests. Therefore, it is necessary to have knowledge of the Czech language at the A2 level. This course is not intended for complete beginners.

Do you wish to learn Czech but have no experience with the language? You can enroll in one of our courses for beginners starting in September.


What to check before I enroll?

· Candidates who apply for permanent residency before the end of August 2021 are eligible for the A1 exam.

· Candidates who do not apply for permanent residency before the end of August 2021 will be taking the A2 exam.

The level of your exam does not depend on the date of your exam. Whether you take the A1 or A2 exam depends on when you apply for permanent residency and meet all the criteria required for doing so. 

You can find more information about the planned changes in the exam system here.