Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Every Mid September.
Unfortunately not, we open the programmes only once a years, every September.
In case you aren’t the EU citizen (or citizen from Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Switzerland) you have to apply for Visa before coming to the Czech Republic. The Visa procedure takes basically 1-2 months after the submission of the Visa application. How to apply for Visa look here.
As of April 9, 2022, the protective measures regarding the conditions of entry into the Czech Republic in relation to the epidemic of covid-19 have been suspended.
Entry into the Czech Republic is no longer subject to any special epidemiological conditions to prevent the spread of the disease. The entry-ban for foreigners from third-countries and the obligation to prove infection-free status have been lifted.
More information find here.
Nowadays we teach offline, at the Campus.
The tuition fee for students, who will be accepted to the University from September 2023, is 5.000 EUR/academic year. The payment for the first semester in amount of 2.500 EUR has to be done before 1st September.
The standard length of study is two years. The maximum duration of master education is specified in Study and Examination Rules.
Yes, we have enough space in our dormitories. Students have to fill in an application, which are open usually in June. Look for more information on the dormitories webpage here.
You will be asked to fill in an online application form, pay the application fee (50 EUR) and upload to the online form your CV, proof of English knowledge and a motivational admission video. We also need the hard copies (official verified copies by a public notary office) of your bachelor’s diploma and final transcript of records for purpose of recongition of your previous education in the Czech republic (legal requirement).
There are two application rounds:
– December 2022 – February 2023 (recommended for Visa-required students)
– March 2023 – April 2023
Look for more information on the admission procedure here.