Study in Czech Republic is a great chance to avail a well-recognized degree at affordable tuition fees. 

Short Profile:

The Czech Republic, in Central Europe, is a country that’s known for its ornate castles, native beers and long history. Prague, the capital, is home to grand 9th-century Prague Castle, a preserved medieval old town and statue-lined Charles Bridge. It’s bordered by Germany to the west, Austria to the south, Slovakia to the east and Poland to the northeast. The Czech Republic has a landlocked and hilly landscape that covers an area of 78,866 square kilometers (30,450 sq mi) with a mostly temperate continental climate and oceanic climate. Czech republic is the 6th safest country in the world. You can study in Czech Republic for free if your study medium of instruction is Czech.

CapitalPrague

CurrencyCzech koruna

Population: 10,649,800

Official languageCzech

Area: 78,866 km2

Education quality and system:

The quality of education in the Czech Republic is very high. Czech degrees are globally accepted. There are tons of top-ranked universities in the Czech Republic. Among them, Charles University Prague, Czech University of Life Science, Brno University of Technology and the University of South Bohemia are well known for its education and research. Universities offer two languages taught programs such as Czech and English. There are over 100 programs in English. Generally, Bachelor’s programs are 3-year programs and Masters are 1-2 year programs and PhD 3-5 year. You can study in Czech Republic for free if your study medium of instruction is Czech.

Admission Requirements:

The primary condition for entering studies is the successful completion of the previous level of study(certificate of graduation from a secondary school for Bachelor’s (3 years) and long-cycle Master’s degree programmes (5-6 years); Bachelor’s degree for a follow-up Master’s; Master’s degree for a Doctoral study programme).

If you want to study at university in the Czech Republic, you need to have your previous completed study recognized by the Czech recognition authority. To know in details about the process of recognition of your previous studies, please check here.

Besides certified copies of your educational qualifications, the minimum entry requirements usually include a completed and submitted application, proof of the admission procedure fee payment and compliance with the conditions for the specific study program (e.g. letter of motivation, letter of recommendation, portfolio, English proficiency test).

Tuition fees​​​:

The tuition fees differ from 200- 7000 Euro per year and the amount depends on the relevant institution and study programme. There are several courses taught in English.

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Required Documents for admission:

  • successful completion of the previous level of study(certificate of graduation from a secondary school for Bachelor’s (3 years) and long-cycle Master’s degree programs (5-6 years); Bachelor’s degree for a follow-up Master’s; Master’s degree for a Doctoral study program)
  • Letter of motivation
  • Letter of recommendation
  • Portfolio
  • English proficiency test

N.B.: It differs from university to university. Therefore, check the university’s website for specific information.

You should check out the individual university’s website to know about the application deadline.

Scholarship:

There are several types of scholarships including accommodation, monthly allowance offered in Czech Republic. Check here: https://www.studyin.cz/plan-your-studies/scholarships/

Visa Application:

Depending on your nationality you may need to apply for a visa or residence permit to enter the Czech Republic. You should start your visa application process as soon as you have received the official letter of admission, especially if you are a non-EU citizen, as the whole procedure requires some paperwork and can take up to 60 days. Find out more information about the entry requirements.

Work during study: 

As an international student, you are allowed to do part-time job during study for 20 hours, full time in summer vacation. Many international students work and study at the same time. Doing a part-time job or summer work is very common in the Czech Republic. Just be prepared, the job offer may be limited due to the fact that most jobs require fluency in the Czech language. However, there are many international companies operating in big cities such as Prague, Brno, Bohemia where your ability to speak or understand various languages can be a plus.

Living Cost

Living cost in the Czech Republic is affordable. The average living costs of students range from 300-350 Euro/month, incl. meals, accommodation, public transport and culture. Of course, prices may vary according to your location, accommodation choices, lifestyle, and spending habits.
ACCOMMODATION: Student dormitory around 140 Euro  per month, Private room in a flat from 235 Euro per month, Private flat from 421 euro per month.
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