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Why Study in Czech Republic.

The high quality and tradition of Czech education and research, especially in the study of science, engineering or medicine in the Czech Republic, is widely recognised. The country's capital, Charles University, was founded in 1348 and is Central Europe's oldest university.

Education System in Czech Republic

Higher education is carried out in institutions of higher education (vysoké školy), which constitute the highest level of the Czech education system. There are three cycles of higher education:

Cost Of Studying in Czech Republic

Do you want to study in the Czech language? Higher education is free for you in public and state institutions! Higher education is free of charge for citizens of all nationalities in public and state institutions by law. Some fees may, however, be requested:

Student Visa Process

If you want to study with our foundation programs in the Czech Republic for more than 3 months, you need to arrange documents for a long - term VISA student in the Czech Republic.

Universities In Czech Republic

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Why Study In Czech Republic?

As in any other country that boasts of better educational facilities strive to attract students from other countries, not just in the region, but also from across other parts of the world, it is imperative to have unique features that can help the students to partake not just a quality education to enhance what they have already studied but also to give them the right balance that will enable them to return with an enhanced level of knowledge gained as well as a better perspective on the world around them. The following are some of the features that students opting for higher studies in the Czech Republic can look forward to.

 

  • The Czech Republic has a long tradition of providing quality education. This is evident from one of the oldest universities in the country is established in 1348.

 

  • A Czech Republic University offers a diverse range of study programs, which enable students to choose subjects that they prefer and have an affinity to.

 

  • At present, there are over 35000 students who have chosen to study in the Czech Republic and the number keeps increasing because of the open arms policy towards conducting programs in foreign languages, especially in English.

 

  • The Czech Republic is situated in the heart of Europe. This provides opportunities for students arriving here to enjoy not just Czech culture, but also to travel to other neighboring countries and assimilate their cultures.

 

  • Furthermore, since the Czech culture is an amalgamation of various cultures like Slavonic, Jewish, and German or rather Austrian influence, students can experience these cultures when they get their periodic breaks between studies.

 

  • Overall a healthy picture of educational institutions numbering to 70 including various levels and more than 400,000 students studying in these institutions.

 

With such rich and diverse exposure to cross-cultural experiences offered on a platter and involuntarily, students coming to the Czech Republic whether they choose to study literature, history or enroll for higher degree in engineering study in the Czech Republic, they are ensured of a wider perspective when they go back as a full rounded citizen of the world.

Higher Education System In Czech Republic

The higher education system in the Czech Republic

 

Higher education is carried out in institutions of higher education (vysoké školy), which constitute the highest level of the Czech education system. There are three cycles of higher education:

 

• Bachelor’s degree programme (ISCED 5A), lasting 3–4 years, 

 

• Master’s degree programme (ISCED 5A), lasting 1–3 years, or 4–6 years in case of programmes not following bachelor’s programmes (non-structured study programme), 

 

• Doctoral degree programme (ISCED 6) lasting,3–4 years. 

 

Institutions of higher education are public, public and private. Under the Higher Education Act, they are classified as university types (24 public, 2 public and 3 private), which offer study programs at all three levels of higher education and non-university (2 public and 43 private), which mainly offer bachelor’s programs, but can also offer master’s programs.

 

The basic prerequisite for entry into Bachelor’s and non – structured Master’s programs is completed secondary education with a school leaving examination. A relevant higher education institution sets detailed admission requirements and usually includes an entrance examination. Education can take full-time courses, distance learning courses or both. Students must follow a study plan in an accredited degree program; accreditation is granted by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports on the basis of a recommendation from the Accreditation Committee (akreditační komise). Study programs at institutions of higher education cover almost all scientific and artistic fields. They are usually divided into fields of study, which are included in the so-called basic fields of study, depending on their content (see also the Organization of the Education System and its structure).

 

Studies are duly completed if students obtain their qualification through: 

 

a) Graduates of a bachelor’s degree program, which ends with a final state examination, which usually includes the defence of a thesis, are awarded the academic title Bachelor (Bc), in the field of art, Bachelor of Arts (BcA),

 

b)The Master’s program, which ends with the final examination of the state or Advanced Master’s Procedure (rigorózní zkouška), part of which is the defence of a thesis, graduates mainly obtain the academic title of Master (Mgr.) or Engineer (Ing.),

 

c) A doctoral degree program that ends with a state doctoral examination is mostly awarded to graduates with the academic title Doctor (PhD).

Cost of studying in Czech Republic.

STUDY IN CZECH LANGUAGE

 

Do you want to study in the Czech language? Higher education is free for you in public and state institutions! Higher education is free of charge for citizens of all nationalities in public and state institutions by law. Some fees may, however, be requested: Fees for admission proceedings, fees for extending the duration of the study beyond the specified limit and fees for studying in a foreign language. Higher education private institutions can set their own fees.

 

STUDY IN OTHER LANGUAGES

 

Do you want to study in another language? You can still afford Czech higher education! Fees for tuition vary from 0 to 22,350 USD per year. The exact amount depends on the institution and program of the study. There are several English or other foreign language courses taught.

Visa Process to Study In Czech Republic

Short Stay Visa

 

If you plan to travel to the Czech Republic for up to 3 months in a language camp, you must arrange for a VISA student in the Czech Republic for the short term. The Consular Section of the Embassy of the Czech Republic and the Visa Application Center of the Czech Republic accept documents relating to this type of visa. Short-term visa documents must not be translated into Czech. The application is subject to 7-10 calendar days. But up to 30 calendar days and more can be extended. The visa documents must, therefore, be submitted in advance.

 

Long Term Visa

 

If you want to study with our foundation programs in the Czech Republic for more than 3 months, you need to arrange documents for a long – term VISA student in the Czech Republic. The Embassy’s Consular Section shall issue an application for a long – term student visa to the Czech Republic.

 

*All documents are submitted exclusively in Czech (the translation must be certified by the Czech jury translator).

 

*All documents are submitted in original with copies.

 

*Only the documents which are not older than 180 days will be accepted.

 

*The validity of the passport must exceed the validity of the visa for a minimum of 90 days.

 

The application and visa application take up to 60 days from the date of submission, the maximum review period is 120 days, but may be extended in some cases. The visa documents must, therefore, be submitted in advance.

 

When a student arrives at a foundation course in the Czech Republic for further admission to the university, a long-term visa is first included in the passport for a period of 12 months. When you arrive in the Czech Republic, you must go to the foreign affairs police for registration within 3 days. In addition, when the first visa is renewed in the Czech Republic, students receive a one-year residence permit.

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