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Why should I choose the Czech Republic for studies?

The Czech Republic is an increasingly popular destination for international study, with 39.000 international students currently enrolled here. There are certainly many reasons for those choosing to study in the Czech Republic: long tradition of quality education, diverse range of study programs, location in the heart of Europe, affordable tuition fees and lower costs of living, and last but not least, a colorful cultural experience and fascinating history.

What are the benefits of studying abroad?

World-class education will help you to shape your career successfully in the global market and an international qualification is recognized around the globe. Studying abroad gives you a chance to network with student from across the globe. It provides you a platform to familiarize yourself with the global market demands and enhance your career prospects.

Living costs in Czech republic?

Living costs in the Czech Republic are considered to be affordable. The average living cost of students varies from 350-750 USD/ moth, incl. meals, accommodation, public transport and culture. Of course, price may vary according to your location, accommodation choices, lifestyle, and spending habits.

How can I avail scholarships?

Most countries provide scholarships to international students wishing to pursue studies there. The requirements may vary from each institution. The details regarding the scholarships are provided on the University websites.

Registering with the police

When you arrive in the Czech Republic, you must register with the Alien Police within three working days, presenting your passport and evidence of travel medical insurance. This is done by the accommodator (dormitory, hotel, or hostel). It can also be done by the landlord of the flat who should fill the Tenant Book („DomovnĂ­ kniha“ in Czech). Please ask your landlord if he is going to register you with the Alien Police. If the landlord of your flat does not have a Tenant book, you are obliged to register individually at the Alien Police branch.

What are the post study job prospects?

Most of the countries offer post study stay-back options for students to explore job opportunities post the successful completion of their studies. The Co-ops and internships during the study help the students to network and search for employment opportunities after the completion of the course.

How can students find their accommodation? (e.g. dormitories, private housing)

The majority of universities have their own dormitories or you can find your private apartment or shared apartment. We provide some tips for accommodation search at website.

Can I work while I am studying?

If you are a citizen from a non-EU country and you want to work while you study, it is possible, but as you are in the Czech Republic with a study visa, paid work cannot be your primary occupation during your stay. Remember, you are here for study purposes. A typical hourly rate for student jobs ranges from CZK 100 for basic administrative work.

Health advice for students.

You can choose any doctor you want to. You will be asked to pay for your treatment in cash; ask the doctor for an invoice, and look after it carefully, as you will need it for your reimbursement claim.. The reimbursement is settled within a maximum of 30 days. The reimbursement is sent to your bank account.

How long can I stay in the Czech Republic after completing my study program?

If you have a residence permit for study purposes, it is necessary to have the status of a student. If you terminate or complete your studies, you should not remain in the Czech Republic. If you find a job, you can change your purpose of stay.
If you need legal advice on labor rights in Czech Republic free of charge you can contact integration center SIMI.

What is the weather like in the Czech Republic?

Many students coming from a warmer climate underestimate the local weather conditions. An overcoat is necessary not just in winter but also in early spring and late autumn. In summer, temperatures may fluctuate and you should therefore carry a light jacket just in case. For winter, a wool cap, gloves, scarf, a down jacket and waterproof non-slip shoes are essential. The sun sets early in winter, and the clocks are changed twice a year. The good news is that, even in the winter months, there are on an average 15 sunny days!

What is the food like in the Czech Republic?

A traditional Czech main meal consists of soup and a main dish – mostly meat with potatoes or with a cream sauce and dumplings. It is also easy to find all kinds of international cuisine.
Vegetarian restaurants are not rare any more; many of them offer Indian or Nepalese food.