A few photos from each of our dorms - for more see photo gallery and videos below
All of the NYU Prague residence halls are located in historic buildings that have been recently renovated and are located within a 15-30 minute commute to the NYU Prague campus. All residences have WIFI connections, coin operated laundry machines, and many grocery stores close by. All residence halls are alcohol-free.
All students in the music program or students registered for music classes are required to live in Osadni, which is equipped with practice rooms, pianos, drum sets, music editing facilities, and classrooms for individual instruction. We recommend that film students also live in Osadni, as they will be collaborating with music students.
Students have various options for meals, which are not covered by housing fees. You can cook meals in the residence where there are full-working kitchens, or you can eat out at one of the many inexpensive restaurants in Prague. Most students choose to dine out for most meals. Prices outside the tourist center are significantly lower and students can find very reasonably priced restaurants.
If you require a single-occupancy room for medical or other reasons, please send a document from your school's Center for Disabilities, or a detailed medical statement from your physician to NYU’s Moses Center for Disabilities email@example.com, fax: 212 995 4114 and indicate on the housing form under 'Additional Information' that you have submitted this material.
This residence hall is located about a 15-minute ride on the Tram/Metro or a 25-minute walk from the NYU Academic Center. It is in a residential area full of cafés, shopping, and restaurants. See a student-made video of Machova created in Fall 2015 by Luke Dellorso and Kieren Conaway.
A fin-de-siecle neo-gothic building located on a lovely park in Vinohrady neighborhood, is about a 15-minute ride on the Tram/Metro or a 25-minute walk from the NYU Academic Center. The area is a residential area full of cafés and restaurants. NYU in Prague students are the first residents in the building after its complete renovation. See a student-made video created in FAll 2015 by Luke Dellorso and Kieran Conaway
These apartments were renovated in the summer of 2005 and are located in a former ham factory. The owner's intention was to create a major site for artistic activities in Prague. This 19th century industrial building was painstakingly refurbished and the building features large kitchens, high loft ceilings, spacious rooms, roomy study lounges and sunrooms on the top floor. Osadni is the roomiest of our residences, and is located in an up and coming neighborhood where industrial meets trendy.
Travel time from Osadni Apartments to the Academic Center is about 25 minutes by public transportation or 40 minutes on foot.
See a student-made video created in Fall 2015 by Luke Dellorso and Kieran Conaway.
Housing, tuition, and fees will be billed directly to your NYU Bursar account. All NYU Prague students will be billed an estimated housing charge, which has no bearing on your final assignment. Once known, actual housing charges will be placed on student accounts and estimated charges will be reversed.