Study Abroad
in Czech Republic

TIn a nutshell, Study in the Czech Republic is all about studying amidst the European lifestyle, which is intertwined with the historical legacy of the European empire and European lifestyles.

Czech Republic

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Czech Republic is a nation state in Central Europe, which is surrounded by Germany to the west, Austria to the south, Slovakia to the east and Poland to the northeast. The capital and the largest city of Czech Republic is Prague. The Czech economy gets a substantial income from tourism. Prague is the fifth most visited city in Europe after London, Paris, Istanbul and Rome. It has an established structure of foreign relations. It is a member of the United Nations, the European Union, NATO, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Council of Europe and is an observer to the Organization of American States.

The Czech Republic possesses a developed, high-income economy with a per capita GDP rate that is 87% of the European Union average.Lately, the Czech Republic has become a popular destination for international students. More than 40,000 international students from all across the world are currently studying here. The world class universities and colleges, availability of interesting specializations, affordable living and education costs amidst the colorful and vibrant culture of Central Europe together give enough reasons to the international students to make Study in Czech Republic as the best destination for overseas studies. In a nutshell, Study in the Czech Republic is all about studying amidst the European lifestyle, which is intertwined with the historical legacy of the European empire and European lifestyles. Studying in the Czech Republic offers the students contemporary and forward thinking programs.

  • Capital: Prague
  • Currency: Czech koruna
  • Climate: Moderate climate with four seasons corresponding to the temperate climate zone.
  • Language: Bohemian
  • Population: 1.07 Crores
  • Government: Unitary Parliamentary Republic
  • Major cities: Prague,Brno,Ostrava ,Plzeň,Liberec,Olomouc
  • Key industriesHigh Tech Engineering, Electronics and Machine-Building,Steel Production, Transportation Equipment (Automotive, Rail and Aerospace Industry), Chemicals, Advanced Materials and Pharmaceuticals.

The Czech Republic has a long history of imparting high-quality education and research. The international students can find a broad range of programs ranging from the field of science, engineering, and medicine. Of late, the MBA Programs in the Czech Republic have become popular among the international students. Apart from imparting various programs in the Czech language, many programs in the country are offered in the English Language as well. The Czech Republic promises affordable living and education cost, which has remained the key attraction for the international students.High-quality education and research, especially in Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, has a long tradition in the Czech universities that offer long-standing reputations, unique conception, and interesting specializations.Students can come to the Czech for a short study visit or complete their degree in a wide range of disciplines.

Many international students choose to study towards their Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degrees in the Czech Republic. At the end of 2019 the number of foreign nationals studying at Czech universities stood at 46,534, which accounted for a total of 16.1% of all students at all Czech universities at that time. The Czech Republic is a member of the European Union and it is situated in the center of Europe, which makes any international travel very easy. The cost of living is generally lower than in other European countries and all higher education is free for anyone who speaks fluent Czech. Some international students come to the Czech Republic to study specific disciplines, such as health and welfare or social sciences.

The Report on Research at Czech Universities indicates that many students from South and Southeast Asia often select their study options based on research opportunities. Many Czech Universities have modern and well-equipped research centers, which are well known and respected throughout the international science community. More and more Czech universities offer Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral programs in English. One of the advantages is that there is no requirement to sit the Czech language exam. Programs taught in English are not free of charge. However, according to the report on research at Czech Universities, 41% of students, including students from India, emphasize the affordability of programs taught in English at Czech universities. This is generally regarded as a sure way to improve global career prospects for international students. All universities have big international student communities, which makes it easy for international students to communicate and work together. 

Students from around the globe are drawn to the Czech Republic for its excellent education system. With approximately 299,000 students, 50,000 of which are international students, Czech universities are among some of the most popular in the world. The Czech University system also boasts some of the best education on offer in Europe with an emphasis on quality, diversity, accessibility, and relevance.

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 programcan take between 3 to 4 years to complete.

  • Bachelor’s degree programs usually last 3 to 4 years and constitute the first level of higher education. The fundamental requirement for enrollment into a Bachelor’s degree program is a successful completion of secondary education.  The study program must be completed with a final state examination, usually including a defense of a thesis. Graduates are awarded with the Bachelor’s diploma and degree.
  • Master’s degree programs either follow on from the Bachelor’s programs as follow-up Master’s programs and last 1 to 3 years, or are full study programs with a duration between 4 to 6 years.  Students in Master’s programs have to take a final state examination and publicly present and defend their thesis at the end of their studies.
  • Doctoral study programs are intended for graduates from Master’s programs. Students generally take 3 years to finish their PhD degrees in the Czech Republic. Doctoral studies are completed by a state doctoral examination and a defense of a dissertation work which must have been published or admitted for publishing.
  • Newton College - University of Applied Businessin Prague, Czech Republic
  • Agriculture and Forestry
  • Arts,Design and Architecture
  • Business Management
  • Computer Science and IT
  • Law
  • Medicine and Health
  • Social Sciences


  • Course Duration: 3 Years or 4 Years
  • Academic Requirement : 55% in Plus Two
  • Course Cost : 135000 CZK  to 195000 CZK


  • Course Duration: 1.5 Years or 2 Years
  • Academic Requirement : 55% in Bachelors
  • Course Cost : 153000 CZK  to 204000 CZK
  • Part time work rights of 20 hours per week
  • 9 Months stayback for Bachelors and Masters

Numerous scholarships are available in Czech Republic for Foreign students who wish to study and seek financial aid.Czech Republic Government and Universities sponsored scholarships provided by International organizations for students who wish to pursue higher education in Czech Republic are now on a full roll.Plus,there are grants and bursaries provided for students with outstanding academic results.These scholarships can fully or partially cover the cost of the chosen study program.

  • Brno University of Technology
  • Czech Technical University
  • Czech University of Life and Sciences
  • Charles University
  • Masaryk University
  • Mendel University
  • Palacky University

As a graduate student, internships can prove to be a vital link for a seamless transition from your college campus to a high paying job. Internships while studying abroad help you gain real world experience by developing essential skills that employers look for - confidence, communication, professionalism and work ethics. Being an intern adds significant value to your resume and helps you build a professional network, ultimately enhancing the chances of getting your dream job. 

  • You can opt for paid or unpaid internships and prepare for a global career while you are pursuing the program, during the vacation, or soon after graduation.
  • Internships may be part-time or full-time. They are usually part-time during a university semester and full-time during the summer, winter or Easter holidays.
  • Semester internships are available during spring, summer, fall, and winter semesters.
  • The internships abroad usually last an entire semester and some may even last an entire year. The longer duration programs help you to explore the work processes and acquire the technical know-how.
  • Some internships are paid while others help you to earn academic credits.
  • The duration and stipend vary depending on the university or the organization.

Living Cost - 7800 to 17000 CZK per Month 

 Funding should be shown as Students or Parents Account or Educational Loan(Have to submit documents)

  • SSLC Certificate
  • Plus-Two Certificate
  • Degree Certificate Original or Provisional( didn't get original certificate)
  • Semester Wise Marksheets (All semester)
  • Degree Consolidated Mark Sheets
  • Passport(Front & Back)
  • IELTS Score Card
  • One Letter Of Recommendation- Medium of Instruction(Must include admission number of institution or Date of Birth)
  • Statement Of Purpose
  • Passport Size Photo
  • Updated CV ( Must include percentage, Name of institution with place ,starting and ending year of each academics)
  • Experience Letter / Gap Justification Letter
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