On-Site Office & Staff

Veritas Office in Prague

The ISA staff members in the Prague office are available to advise ISA students in matters pertaining to adjusting to life abroad, academics, apartment living, travel, and what to see and do in Prague. The advisors have experience with the Czech universities, and will be able to advise students about particular courses, work load, and scheduling. The staff will conduct an on-site orientation and assist students with acclimating to life in Prague.

 

 

Veritas Resident Director, Daniela Prochazka

Daniela has been ISA's Resident Director in Prague since January 2008. She graduated from the University of Economics in Prague with a Bachelor's degree in International Trade in 2005 and a Master's degree in Human Relations Studies and International Trade in 2007. In 2004, Daniela spent 6 months on the Work and Travel Program in the USA in New Jersey. In order to improve her knowledge of economics, she also studied at the University in Zurich in 2006. She has taught English at the Institute of Language and Preparatory Studies of the Charles University since 2002. Her professional background and energetic personality make her a great asset to the ISA team.

 

 

Assistant Resident Director, Martin Holub

Martin is a graduate of the Faculty of Education at Charles University in Prague, with majors in English and pedagogy. During his studies, he spent a total of eight months in the United States, with 4 months in Maine and 4 months in New York. Outside of school, he invested most of his time into teaching English- from kindergarten to adult learners. He also has translated a number of books regarding the psychology of market trading and is a regular correspondent of movie magazines and TV programs. After finishing his studies in 2011, he decided to work for ISA to widen his experience with students and explore all the possibilities of the field. Martin´s main focus within ISA is accommodation and IT support. His interests include comics, literature, films, martial arts and modern philosophy.