For those who want to expand their knowledge, but are not interested in bachelor's or master's studies, VŠMVV offers two types of lifelong learning - Teach Live and University of the Third Age. At present, it is possible to participate in lifelong learning only at the Prague branch.
Teach Live is a two-year program for future teachers (the so-called pedagogical minimum), which is implemented by the College of International and Public Relations in Prague together with Teach Live, z.ú. and with the support of several financial partners.More information
It is a set of lifelong learning programs aimed at educating people in the post-productive age. The basic mission of U3V is to open the university's sources of knowledge, knowledge and skills to seniors. The aim of these programs is therefore to provide seniors with the opportunity to systematically and at the university level to systematically get acquainted with the latest knowledge in the field of science, history, politics, culture, etc. In addition, U3V also has a strong social function and motivates seniors to continue their activities.
Lifelong learning program The University of the Third Age is usually intended for applicants who have reached retirement age and have a secondary vocational education with a high school diploma. Graduates of the U3V program will be issued a certificate by the University of International and Public Relations in Prague, which is being handed over in the Sacre Coeur Chapel in Prague 5.