Frequently Asked Questions
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How long is the Summer Camp?
The Summer Camp is 11 days.
Who can join?
Upper School students (ages 14-18) are eligible to participate.
What language is the program in?
The Summer Camp will be run entirely in English. However, we pride ourselves on our multicultural community and hail from many different countries.
Where will it take place?
Karoliny Světlé 31
110 00 Praha 1
As part of the program, students will also be visiting various studios, sites, and workshops in Prague.
Do I need a background in design?
Absolutely not! Design Disco is open to anyone who wants to give it a try. Our goal is not to force students to become designers, but open-minded creative thinkers.
What will my day look like?
Your day will start at 9 am until 4 pm. The program will vary from day to day, which will include studio time, discussions, engaging workshops, site visits, and guest speakers. There will also be downtime for you to reflect on what you have learned, socialize, and explore the city.
What is included in the tuition?
The all-inclusive fee covers: all materials needed for camp including a Design Disco sketchbook, daily meals, Prague city transit pass, museum tickets, and firm visits.
Will accommodation be covered?
Design Disco Summer Camp does not provide accommodation. However, we will be more than happy to assist you with finding the best options.
How do I apply?
You can fill out our online application by clicking the 'Apply Now' button below. Applications are reviewed until all spots are filled, so be sure to apply as soon as you can! Application deadline is 3 May 2019.
When are admissions decisions made?
Admissions decisions are made on a rolling basis. Applicants will be notified of decisions by email. Only completed applications will be reviewed.
At Design Disco, we do not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, national or ethnic origin, political beliefs, or handicap in admission to, access to, or treatment in our programs and activities.