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About Czech Republic

About Czech Republic:

The Czech Republic is a landlocked country that shares its land borders with Germany, Austria, Poland, and Slovakia as its immediate geographic neighbors. The Czech Republic consists of two historic states known as Bohemia and Moravia. It has had one of the most tumultuous histories not only in the region, but also in the world, thanks to a constant transfer of power because of wars and uprisings. Finally, it aligned itself with the Soviet Union and after the collapse of the USSR, it broke into two separate countries, the Czech Republic. And Slovakia.

The Czech Republic is a multi-party parliamentarian government that is headed by the President, who is directly elected by the people through public polls once every five years. The President then appoints the Prime Minister and the cabinet of Ministers. The ministers are housed in bicameral parliament.

The Czech system of education has compulsory as well voluntary parts inbuilt into the education system. However, when a student opts to change institutions, he or she must appear for and satisfactorily clear the examination that has been set by the institute that they intend to attend. Students from abroad are advised to get beforehand all the information about study in the Czech Republic.

Students desirous of pursuing further studies in the Czech Republic can opt for either the secondary courses where they could study and research in Czech Republic and attain, which translates to Specialist with Diploma. The course of this diploma has a duration of three years.

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 being 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.

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  • Depending on their educational background, students can choose from a bachelor’s, master’s, or doctorate degree. On average, a bachelor’s degree program in the Czech Republic lasts from 3 to 4 years. Master’s degree programs can be either 1 to 3 years (as follow-ons from bachelor’s programs), or they may be full programs that are 4 to 6 years in duration. A doctoral program can take between 3 to 4 years to complete.
  • Would you like to study in another language? Czech higher education is still affordable for you! The tuition fees differ from 0 – 22,350 USD per year. The exact amount depends on the respective institution and study programme. There are several courses taught in English or in another foreign language.
  • Living costs in the Czech Republic are affordable. The average living costs of students range from 350 to 750 USD per month, including meals, accommodation, public transport, and culture. Of course, prices may vary according to your location, accommodation choices, lifestyle, and spending habits.
  • ACCOMMODATION: Students dormitory costs around 150 USD per month, Private room in flat from 250 USD per month, Private flat from 450 USD per month
  • Public Transport: from 6 UDS to 10 USD per month with ISIC card discount
  • Entertainment: Cinema ticket costs 4.5-9 USD, Theater ticket 4.5-23 USD, Museum Ticket start from 1.8 USD
  • Sports: Fitness Centre admission 4.5 USD, Swimming pool 3.6 USD per hour, Bike rental 9–23 USD per day, Ski/snowboard rental 11.4–23 USD per day

Famous cities and universities in Czech Republic​

In the Czech Republic, there are 26 public, 2 state and 36 private higher education institutions. Most of these universities are concentrated in 13 major cities in the Czech Republic.

PRAHA:Praha (Prague) is the capital city and the largest city in the Czech Republic. It is the seat of the president, the government, and the parliament. It is a cultural and economic center. It was built by the finest architects and artists from all over Europe. Its buildings, famed bridges, flowing river and narrow cobbled streets are breathtaking and charming. The Centre of Prague is basically one big landmark, monument, and historical site, spread across three districts – the Old Town (StaréMěsto), the Lesser Town (MaláStrana) with Prague Castle, and the Jewish Quarter. 

BRNO:Brno is the economic and cultural centre of the South Moravian region. It is the country’s second largest city. Brno’s architecture reflects the town’s long and rich history, including such outstanding functionalist works as the Brno Trade Fair Grounds (host to more than 50 international trade fairs each year). The city skyline is dominated by the Špilberk Castle, which was originally a Gothic palace and later became a baroque fortress. Other city features are the St. Peter’s and St. Paul’s Cathedral on Petrov Hill and the Old Town Hall

LIBEREC:The nearby peak of Ještěd is the dominant feature of the district. Historical places of interest include the neo-Renaissance town hall from the 19th century and log houses from the 17th century. Liberec offers a wide range of cultural services, including a regional gallery, a fine public library as well as zoological and botanical gardens.

OLOMOUC:Olomouc is protected by law to conserve its unique cultural heritage and monuments. Its notable landmarks include the Church of St. Wenceslas, founded around 1100 AD. The main square is a harmonious area dominated by the town hall, the Trinity column, a modern astronomical clock and two fountains from the turn of the 16th and 17th centuries, which have been recently complemented by a third fountain. The Přemyslid Palace with its specific composite windows is an outstanding Romanesque monument. 

OSTRAVA:Ostrava is the third largest city in the Czech Republic and the administrative center of the Moravian-Silesian region. It has become an important cultural, trade and sporting center. The city has enjoyed rapid growth in its tourist potential, which has been helped by the city’s location close to the Polish and Slovak borders, its wealth of unique industrial architecture and other sights, the rich historical and cultural heritage of the region and the sporting opportunities offered by the nearby mountains and countryside. 

PLZEŇ: Plzeň is the fourth largest city in the Czech Republic and is well known all over the world for its beer brewing. The dominant feature of the historical Centre of Plzeň is the Church of St Bartholomew, with a tower over 100 meters high. A town hall and several burghers’ houses and stone portals represent the Renaissance period. The episcopate building is one of several baroque sights. At the end of the 19th century, a synagogue, which is the third largest in the world, was built in a Moorish Romanesque style.

ZLÍN: Zlín is famous especially for the Bata shoe company, which was established in the 19th century and prospered between the two world wars. Even today the city is a showcase of urban functionalism. From the point of view of historical interest, there is a large Renaissance chateau rebuilt in a baroque style situated in the middle of the city. 

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Popular courses to study in Czech Republic​

  • Agriculture & Veterinary Medicine
  • Computer Science & Technology
  • Education & Sports
  • Languages & International Studies
  • Medicine & Health
  • Prestigious MBA courses
  • Natural Sciences
  • Law & Public Administration
  • Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Economy & Management
  • Art & Culture

Admission process​

  1. Register: Register with us.
  2. Profiling: We assess academic qualifications, work experience, financial status, career goals as well as life interests and aspirations.
  3. Standardized Tests: We evaluate the requirement of any standardized tests you may need to take or review results that has been already obtained.
  4. University/Course Selection: Together, we shortlist potential countries, universities and courses that match your profile.
  5. Document Editing: We edit essays, Statement of Purpose, Letters of Recommendation and Resume, which have been written by you.
  6. Application Review and Submission: The completed application forms are reviewed before they are submitted to your final choice of universities.
  7. Interview Preparation: We assist in preparation (including mock sessions) for the interviews that you may have with the chosen universities.
  8. Visa Counseling: We assist in preparation (including mock sessions) for the interviews that you may have with the High Commissions or Embassies, as well as the collation and review of relevant documentation for submission of the visa application.
  9. Pre-Departure Information: We deliver comprehensive information about the country of choice to ensure that you are completely prepared for life at an overseas university.

Visa requirements

  1. Completed visa application form.
  2. Original passport and a copy of data page (the one with your picture) of the passport
  3. If you need your passport during the processing time, then the passport can be returned to you.
  4. Document confirming sufficient financial funds.
  5. The original or a copy (notarized by a Czech notary) of a document certifying acceptance into a study program in the Czech Republic issued by a Czech university or school. This document must be in the Czech language.
  6. Document confirming accommodation in CZ.
  7. The original or a copy (notarized by a Czech notary) of a document issued by a Czech university or school confirming accommodation for the duration of your studies – this document must be in the Czech language.
  8. In addition, if you have lived in any country for 6 months or longer in the previous three years, you are required to submit a Criminal History Background issued by that country.
  9. IMPORTANT! The Criminal History Records must be translated to the Czech language.
  10. Medical health/travel insurance

 

 

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