Information for newly admitted students

Have you been admitted to the ISM/ QEA or MOS programme? Will you start your studies at FIS in September 2019?

Congratulations!

We have prepared an overview with the most important things to do before the start of classes.

 

  1. Start to prepare your Visa application ASAP! The Visa procedure takes 60 days after final submission of your Visa application. You have in fact two options –  long-term Visa for studies or long-term residence permit.
  2. Appointment at the Embassy -please check if the Czech Embassy in your country has been already opened. Usually the appointment has to be done via email or a phone call. In some cases we can nominate student for a student facilitation program (režim student).
  3. Submit the application for dorms! The applications will be open from 5th   June to 31st July, fill in the online form in ISKAM, pay the booking deposit.

  4. Enroll in studies! Binding online enrollment has to be done till 12th July (students accepted in the first and second application round), till 22nd July  (students accepted in the third application round).

  5. Pay the tuition fee for the first semester in amount of 1.900 EUR! You will receive the payment instructions till 31st July at latest, the payment deadline is by 1st September.

  6. The Czech Embassies requires a new form due to Covid-19 illness from 13th July. It can be delivered just as a scan either when you apply for Visa or when you collect the Visa.  This form can be issued only if you sign us a statutory declaration.

  7. Arrange your health insurance for your stay in Prague! Visa students need to contract an insurance according to a special legal regulation. Prepare your insurance after your Visa application will be approved.

  8. New to Prague? Would you like to get some help from VŠE current students?  ASK FOR A BUDDY!  Request for a Buddy – ISM students, EDA students.

  9. Moving into dormitories will be possible from Friday 11th September. Orientation Days are held 16th-18th September (introductory presentations on studies,  living in Prague and Visa issues).

  10. The lectures start on Monday 21st September.  Students, who will not receive their Visa till the begin of new semester, will be allowed start the studies in distance form.