Study in the U.S. Advice now available in Brno and Pilsen


Prague, March 18 — The U.S. Embassy in Prague, in partnership with the Moravian Land Library in Brno and the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen, is proud to announce the opening of two EducationUSA Reference contact points at the InfoUSA (Brno) and U.S. Point (Pilsen).

EducationUSA is a U.S. Department of State-supported network of hundreds of advising centers around the world. Each year, EducationUSA advisers provide millions of international students with comprehensive and up-to-date information about how to apply to U.S. colleges and universities. EducationUSA staff also work with U.S. higher education professionals to promote international student recruitment.

The InfoUSA and U.S. Point feature free internet access for U.S. college searches and offer up-to-date reference books and materials to guide prospective students in the U.S. college or university application process. Both InfoUSA and U.S. Point coordinators work with the EducationUSA adviser based at the Fulbright Commission in Prague. Together, they organize regular workshops on the U.S. college admission process, visa requirements, access to scholarships, and financial aid for study in the U.S.

For more information about EducationUSA, please visit:

To reach either InfoUSA (Brno) or U.S. Point in (Pilsen), please contact:

Eva Fukarova
InfoUSA coordinator
Moravian Land Library
Kounicova 65a

Daniela Lukavska
Manager of the U.S. Point
Univeristy of West Bohemia in Pilsen
Institute of Applied Language Studies
Univerzitní 22