Academic credit (links to the UofM)

Participants can, if they wish, earn American academic credit for the course through the University of Memphis [an accredited, state university in Tennessee , USA] at either the graduate or undergraduate level.

A major benefit of the program is that all students, regardless of their home institution or residency, pay the low in-state rate for tuition for the courses taken in Pilsen.

Those desiring American college credits will need to pay appropriate in-state rates of [approximately] $300 per graduate credit hour or $210 per undergraduate credit hour. In addition there is an international program fee of US$350 payable to the University of Memphis .

Up to six hours of graduate or undergraduate coursework in ESL/EFL can be earned from through the Department of English at the UofM for successful completion of the program. Both graduates and undergraduates can easily apply to be non-degree seeking students at the UofM for the summer program. Contact the course organizers ( for more information and forms for American academic credit.