Become a student witch or wizard and attend classes
about the magical arts. Explore the castle and meet the
magical creatures that roam the grounds.
Spend three nights living at a 13th century
Castle in Poland and join one of the five ancient
Houses of Czocha College. Investigate the location
of the Secret Passageways and attend the
College’s spectacular Welcome Ball.
Meet new people from all over the world and
have a once-in-a-lifetime adventure.
At the College of Wizardry you
have the possibility to:
Play a Staff member, the
Headmaster or one of the
Professors teaching magic at
Or play a Student as a Junior,
Sophomore or Senior. Causing
trouble, winning or losing
fireball and getting lost in
the secret passageways.
Show off your skill and style in the Dueling Club,
honor your manner of disagreements and disputes in the
Debate Club or contribute to poetry and arts at the
Horse without Wings.
If you are a fighter against discrimination, in W.A.N.D.
you will find support, though if you feel more like the
world needs to safeguard the Witchard culture
A.R.M. is your place to be.
Finally, if you experience this being all too serious, grab
a drink and join the Basement Beer Brigade!
Though Czocha Castle is in Poland, at the event, we all speak English. Don’t worry about your English not being good enough – you’ll be among friends and even if English isn’t your first language, you’ll be fine!
No matter where you’re from, you do have to be 18+ to participate.
To get to the College, you can either travel by your own broomstick OR take the Witchard Busfrom Berlin. It picks up (and on Sunday delivers!) passengers at both airports (TXL/SXF).
The bus leaves from Tegel (TXL) at 9.30 on Thursday and is back on Sunday at 18.00.
It leaves Schönefeld (SXF) on 11.00 on Thursday and is back on Sunday at 16.30.
The price for a round trip is 60€.
It is of highest importance that all
Juniors get sorted into their houses.
If you have a house of preference
you can try to make good will with
the prefects of the specific house
Your house will be like your family
with whom you write history,
triumph and fail. The five houses
are Durentius, Molin, Sendivogius,
Libussa and Faust.
The sorting ceremony will take
place in the Knights Hall in front of
the rest of the school so make sure
to read up on the houses history
before start of term.