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General Information

Capital: Praha (Prague)
Languages: English, Czech
Population : 10,4 million
Currency is Czech crown / CZK

Information about Czech Republic

The Czech Republic is a landlocked country in the middle of Europe. Rather than as a country in the middle of Europe, we should speak of the Czech Republic as a country in the heart of Europe ... after all, the heart is not to be found precisely in the center of the human body either.

The Czech Republic is historically divided into three regions: Bohemia, Moravia, and a part of Silesia. The total area is 78,866 square kilometers.

The Czech Republic as a landlocked country has moderate climate with four seasons corresponding to the temperate climate zone. The climate varies among the various regions of the Czech Republic, and throughout year.

Studying in Czech Republic

The Czech Republic has 26 public higher education institutions, two state higher education institutions and 46 private institutions. The Czech Republic has a high level of general education with an emphasis on vocational education and training.

Undergraduate degrees are awarded after three to four years, and Masters courses typically take two to three years to complete. Doctoral level studies take a further three years and are open to graduates of Masters level programmes.

Both public universities and private colleges offer postgraduate study. Many private institutes are international.

Czech higher education dates back six hundred years. In 1348 Emperor Charles IV founded a university in Prague which is the oldest academic institution in Central Europe. It is now called Charles University. Higher education is the highest level of the education system. Since 2001 the three cycle structure has strictly been implemented in higher education (i.e. Bachelor's, Master's and Doctoral study programmes).

Reasons to Study in Czech Republic
  • No IELTS
  • Schengen Visa
  • Low Tuition Fees
  • Very Low Funds to Show
  • 10+2 Pass Eligible
  • Chances of Visa 99.95%
  • Gap Acceptable
  • Easy Embassy Interview
  • Diverse range of study programmes in foreign languages
  • Long tradition of quality education 
  • You can come for short study visit or to complete your degree
  • Czech higher education institutions offer long-standing reputations, unique conception and interesting specializations
  • Lower costs of living
  • Cultural experience and fascinating history
Cost of Study 

Package is 4 lakhs which include Tuition Fees, Accommodation, material Fees, Visa Approval Charges excluding Air Ticket.

Cost of Living

Average monthly living expenses are estimated to be between € 350 to € 500. This includes accommodation, food, Transport etc but excludes tuition fees.  


There are two main Intakes ie September & February.

Working in Czech Republic

Students from third countries (outside the EU) are now allowed to work up to 20 hours per week during the academic term period and they are allowed to work full- time during the vacations.

Application Requirements 
  • Passport (its validity needs to exceed your intended stay in the Czech Republic by at least three months) 
  • Letter of acceptance (provided by the University) 
  • Confirmation of accommodation in the Czech Republic (provided by the University) 
  • Confirmation from your bank that you have sufficient financial means on your account to support your stay in the host country. 
  • Confirmation of no criminal records in your home country (the Police Record) 
  • Confirmation of no of criminal records in the Czech Republic (the Police Record form is available at the Embassies/ Consulates) 
  • Health insurance 
  • Birth certificate 
  • 3 photographs (passport format)


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