Don’t just learn Czech - discover a new community with JazyGo!

JazyGo! isn’t just about learning a new language, but also bringing a community together through intercultural communication

Jason Pirodsky

Written by Jason Pirodsky Published on 17.04.2019 08:37:19 (updated on 17.04.2019) Reading time: 2 minutes

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Attending a language school isn’t just about learning grammar and vocabulary: learning a new foreign language can also be a cultural experience that introduces you to an entirely new community.

JazyGo!, a new language school in Prague’s Vinohrady district that was formed last year, embraces that concept of bringing a community together through language, in addition to helping expats learn Czech to get the most out of their experience in Prague.

For those expats in Prague, JazyGo! offers a wide range of Czech courses that cater to each student’s needs, from intensive daily courses and a twice-a-week class to more unique offerings like a Friday breakfasts that includes some hot beverages and bakery, and an intensive weekend class for students who may not have time during the week.

Best of all: JazyGo!’s affordable pricing (from around 160 crowns per hour, depending on the course) means that learning Czech won’t break the bank. A quick survey of other language schools in Vinohrady – one of Prague’s most popular districts for expats – reveals that JazyGo! is, on average, about 33% less expensive than other schools in the area.

But that doesn’t mean lower quality. The school prides itself on the quality of its teachers, and it ensures those teachers are well-compensated for their time. Teachers at JazyGo! are paid up to 450 crowns per hour, which is more than 25% higher than other language schools in Prague.

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In addition to Czech language courses, the school also holds free-to-attend events on a weekly basis in cooperation with local Prague NGOs like TrashHero, an organization that helps clean up the city’s streets, and UrbanSketchers, a community of artists that express life in the Czech capital through art.

For those new to the Czech Republic, in addition to learning Czech JazyGo! also offers a monthly event called Get2KnowPrague that introduces newcomers to the basics of living in Prague like applying for a visa, renting a flat (not an easy task in the city center at the moment), finding local English-language services, and more.

By combining Czech language courses with Prague-based community events and classes, students are able to take what they’ve learned into a practical environment and better integrate into local Prague culture.

JazyGo! is even an art gallery: every month, new pieces from local artists decorate the walls throughout the entire school.

Do you teach English or Czech in Prague? JazyGo! is constantly recruiting for new teachers – inquire through their website or Facebook page for open positions.

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