Doing a BTS CI internship in Czech Republic: hello people! Your internship is coming soon, and you don’t know yet where to do your internship abroad? Don’t worry, the HI team will help you to find THE internship abroad that you need! GO for your internship in Czech Republic.

Do your BTS CI internship in Czech Republic, direction Prague !

Prague welcomes 40 000 expatriates every year. The city is typical and full of charm. During your internship in Prague, the rent will be between 350 and 550 euros for a studio. It’s still a bit cheaper than in France but still! Prague 2 and 3 are the areas that attract the most expats, and Prague 1 is the hyper-centre. I advise you to get a roommate, because, like everywhere else, it’s cheaper and more convivial :)

You will be able to eat for 10 euros (entrée-plat-dessert), and live decently with 800 to 1000 euros per month. If you’re lucky, your business premises will be in the centre of Prague in old renovated buildings, combining rusticity and modernity!

Do your BTS CI internship in the Czech Republic, direction Brno!

Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic and is located in the South Moravian province. It attracts many visitors for its local culture and rich heritage. During your internship in Brno, I advise you to stay in Brno City and Old Brno, the hyper-centre. Right next to Old Brno, the festive district: Veveri! Find a pub and drink a beer there, go to a club, eat in a good local restaurant: this is where you will go to party. Besides, the city is full of international and local students and night buses will take you there in the evening.

Do your BTS CI internship in Czech Republic, direction Ostrava!

Ostrava has become the third largest city in the Czech Republic. It is a former mining and very industrial city. A festive city with a lot of students, it is also very affordable! Menus are between 4 and 10 euros, student residences in shared flats from 100 euros … In short, you won’t get your money’s worth. Also, there are a lot of museums and exhibitions. Slovakia is very close and has a similar cost of living to Ostrava. For public transport, it’s one card per semester which costs around 50 euros. And it doesn’t matter how many trips you make!

Does it give you ideas for your internship abroad? We look forward to helping you with your research! Contact us for your internship in the Czech Republic.