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Czech Republic

  • CAPITAL Prague
  • LANGUAGE Czech
  • MAJOR CITIES Ostrava, Brno, Plzen, Liberec
  • CURRENCY Czech Koruna (CZK)
  • TIME FORMATUTC+1:00

About Czech Republic

If you’re trying to find the Czech Republic on a map, hopefully, you have an updated version. Because you don’t want to be one of those embarrassing tourists who go to the Czech Republic and say, “do they speak Russian here?”, or “is this Czechoslovakia?”. Neither of these questions will get you very far.

The Czech Republic, in Central Europe, is a country that's known for its ornate castles, native beers and long history. Prague, the capital, is home to grand 9th-century Prague Castle, a preserved medieval old town and statue-lined Charles Bridge. Český Krumlov, a small town in the South Bohemia region, is notable for its wealth of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque buildings, many of which house restaurants and shops.

But the Czech Republic is actually a place with unique, interesting history, full of cultural wonders and traditions. Students everywhere come to the Czech Republic, visiting the birthplace of Franz Kafka, and all of that wonderful Gothic and Romanesque architecture.

It’s also a wonderful place to pursue your Master’s or Bachelor’s degree. If you’re looking for a brand new country to explore, seated right in the center of Europe, look no further than the Czech Republic for great universities and some exciting places to visit.

The Czech Republic is a landlocked country in the middle of Europe. The country is bordered by Germany, Poland, Slovakia and Austria. The Czech Republic is divided into three regions: Bohemia, Moravia, and a part of Silesia. The total area is 78,866 square kilo meters and the country’s population is around 10.4 million people. The capital city is Prague, with 1.2 million inhabitants, and there are 5 other metropolitan cities with a population exceeding 100,000. The country is surrounded by extensive mountain ranges, which form most of the border. The highest point of elevation is the peak of Mt. Snežka (1,602 m).

Why Study in Czech Republic ?

These days, over 37,000 foreign students are studying in the Czech Republic; and as their universities continue to offer a ton of English-taught courses, more and more students are finding interesting options there. But if you decide to go there, you’ll find a large, exciting community of international students just like you.

Universities in the Czech Republic also offer a wide range of programmes at the Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Ph.D level; and each university is accredited, meaning that their courses are recognized by companies and organizations all over the country and throughout Europe.

Living in Czech Republic

Czech universities and institutions are known for having small classroom sizes. This means that, as a student, you don’t need to feel intimidated to ask questions or participate in a discussion. Plus, your instructors will be able to give you extra, individual assistance if you need it.

While you attend university in France, you’ll also be able to enjoy a thriving social life outside of your classes. With plenty of museums to visit and wonderful restaurants to try, you’ll be able to immerse yourself in plenty of Czech culture, while also getting your Bachelor’s or Master’s degree.

Tuition fees for universities in the Czech Republic

Universities in the Czech Republic are separated between public and private institutions. Typically, the private universities are more expensive, because they’re free to set their own tuition costs. The public universities are cheaper; however, the cost to can vary depending on the language of instruction. If you decide to enroll in an English language programme, your fees are likely to be much higher. But if you are willing and able to study in Czech, tuition is free.

  • Private universities: 1,600 - 12,500 EUR per year
  • Public universities (for English language): 3800 EUR per year

Living costs in the Czech Republic

Compared to the rest of Europe, Czech Republic is relatively inexpensive. But, living costs can also be different depending on where you go. For example, going to a city like Prague is likely to be more expensive than some of the smaller, lesser-known cities. The average living costs are estimated at 450-650 EUR/month.

Working Rights

Max. Hours of work per week

40 HOURS/WEEK (**which you should not collide with your studies)

Minimum wage per month

480 EUR/MONTH

Universities we Promote


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