We are running several Czech centres abroad since academic year 2009/2010. Since autumn 2009 we have run the Czech centre in Russian city Izhevsk at Izhevsk State Technical University. In the academic year 2010/2011 we opened Czech centres in the Russian city Chanty-Mansijsk at Yugra State University and 2014 in the Russian city Kazan at Kazan Federal University.
our teacher Martin Horn - Kazan, Russia
our teacher Kryštof Bachmann - Izhevsk, Russia
our teacher - Ivana Vrajová, Khanty-Mansijsk, Russia
Teacher: Kryštof Bachmann
The Czech Centre is situated in thy city called Izhevsk (in Russian Иже́вск, in Udmurtian Ижкар), which is located in the east of European part of Russia. Izhevsk is the capital of Udmurtia and has 630 000 inhabitants. The city was established in 1760 as a settlement for foundry workers under name Izhevskij Zavod. In 1807 there was founded an arms factory, which has contributed to the city development especially during the Second World War and afterwards. The tradition of armaments industry continues till today, Izhevsk is a cradle of legendary AK 47 - Kalashnikov.
The Czech Centre has been opened on 19th October 2009 and it is focused on Czech language education and Czech culture promotion. It is situated at Izhevsk State Technical University, which provides majority of language courses visitors.
How to find us:
The Czech Centre
5 corpus ISTU
30 let Pobedy 2
Our new teacher at Kazan University: Ivana Vrajová
Lecturer: Ivana Vrajová
Martin Horn changed the country, he started to teach czech language at Charkov, Ukrajine.
Teacher: Martin Horn
Centre of the Czech language has been opened in Kazan at Kazan federal university in October 2014.
The teacher Martin Horn will teach students Czech language and introduce Czech culture and traditional festivals.