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Study in Czech Republic

Study in Czech Republic today, over 42,000 foreign students are studying in the Czech Republic. It is an increasingly popular destination for international study and there are certainly many reasons for choosing the Czech Republic as a study destination: universities with long-standing reputations, unique conception and interesting specializations, affordable tuition fees, and living costs, and last but not least, a vibrant and colorful cultural life in the heart of Europe!. Study in Czech Republic with low and affordable tuition fee from 2500EURO

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Study in Czech Republic

  • Official name: Czech Republic
  • Location: Central Europe
  • Language: Czech
  • Area: 78,866 sq km
  • Neighbours: Austria, Germany, Poland, Slovakia
  • Currency: Czech Crown / CZK
  • Population: 10.4 million
  • Capital: Praha / Prague (1.3 million)
  • Other major cities: Brno (385.000), Ostrava (303.000), Plzeň (170.000), Liberec (102.000), Olomouc (100.000)
  • Distance from Prague to Vienna (300 km), Berlin (350 km), Warsaw (600 km), Budapest (500 km), Paris (1.000 km), London (1.000 km), Rome (1.200 km), Oslo (1.300 km)
  • Flight times from Prague to Vienna (50 min), Berlin (50 min), Warsaw (1h 15 min), Budapest (1h 15 min), Paris (1h 35 min), London (1h 50 min), Rome (1h 50 min), Oslo (2 h)
  • Political system: parliamentary republic, double chamber Parliament of 281 representatives
  • Head of State: President
  • Membership: European Union, NATO, Schengen Area, OECD, WTO
  • Study in Czech Republic with low and affordable tuition fee from 2500EUROS
  • Religion: every citizen enjoys the freedom of religion; more than 50 % of the population describe themselves as agnostic or atheist
  • Climate: seasonal variations with warm summers, chilly autumns, and cold winters
  • Average temperatures: January -4 °C; July 24 °C
  • Czech inventions: sugar cubes, contact lenses, Semtex, fingerprints, Theory of Cells, blood types, the word “robot”, polarography, arc lamp, lightning conductor, ship’s propeller and more
  • Famous Czechs: Charles IV. (King), John Amos Comenius (Jan Ámos Komenský – father of modern education), Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk (formal president), Václav Havel (formal president), Sigmund Freud (Scientist), Gregor Mendel (Scientist), Jan Evangelista Purkyně (Scientist), Madeleine Albright (Politician), Franz Kafka (Author), Milan Kundera (Author), Jaroslav Hašek (writer), Antonín Dvořák (Composer), Leoš Janáček (composer), Bedřich Smetana (composer), Miloš Forman (director), Alfons Mucha (painter) and more

Many students work and study at the same time. Having a part-time job or summer work is very common in the Czech Republic. There are working options for international students as well, just be prepared that 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, where your ability to speak or understand various languages can be a plus. Many students work and study at the same time. Study in the Czech Republic comes with having a part-time job or summer work is very common in the Czech Republic. There are working options for international students as well, just be prepared that 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, where your ability to speak or understand various languages can be a plus. Salary information: Minimum gross salary for full-time jobs (40 hours per week): 9 900 CZK per month or 58,70 CZK per hour average gross salary for full-time jobs (40 hours per week): 27 200 CZK per month (in 2015)Typical rate for part-time jobs: around 100 CZK per hour for administrative work

Can I work while or after studying?
Would you like to find a job in the Czech Republic while or after your studies at university? The process depends on where are you coming from, and if you are a full-time student or a graduate.
EU/EEA or Switzerland citizens
A citizen of the EU/EEA country and Switzerland or his or her family member does not need an employment permit, Employee Card or Blue Card to be employed in the territory of the Czech Republic. These workers have the same legal status as citizens of the Czech Republic, as the country is a member of the European Union.

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Third-country citizens
If you are a third country citizen, you are allowed to work while studying, but please bear in mind that you are in the Czech Republic with a study visa for study purposes, therefore paid work can not be your primary occupation during your stay. Your work should not affect your studies.

  • Student dormitory around 150 USD per month
  • Student dormitory around 150 USD per month
  • Private room in a flat from 250 USD per month
  • Private flat from 450 USD per month

LIST OF DOCUMENTS NEEDED FOR ADMISSION PROCESSING

  • INTERNATIONAL PASSPORT
  • PASSPORT PHOTOGRAPH
  • WAEC/NECO OR ANY QUALIFIED HIGH SCHOOL CERTIFICATE
  • LEAVING SCHOOL TESTIMONIAL
  • UNIVERSITY CERTIFICATE **
  • UNIVERSITY TRANSCRIPTS **
  • PERSONAL STATEMENT **
  • CURRICULUM VITAE (CV) **
  • ACADEMIC REFERENCE **
  • WORK REFERENCE **

** – APPLIES TO MASTERS & Ph.D. STUDENTS

LIST OF DOCUMENTS NEEDED FOR VISA PROCESSING

  • ALL DOCUMENTS USED FOR THE ADMISSION PROCESSING
  • BANK STATEMENT
  • BANK REFERENCE LETTER
  • MEDICAL REPORT
  • POLICE CHARACTER
  • LETTER OF SPONSORSHIP
  • LETTER OF CONSENT (FOR APPLICANTS UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE)
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