Bachelor degree not from the Czech Republic

Students from Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary and Poland

The government of the Czech Republic has international agreements with the governments of SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA, HUNGARY and POLAND that establish that the mutual recognition of academic qualifications IS AUTOMATIC, so there is no need for holders of bachelor diplomas from these countries to go through the recognition procedure.

Students from other countries

Holders of academic diplomas issued in other countries do have to apply for the recognition of their bachelor diploma or an equivalent of such for the purpose of further studies in the Czech Republic.

For the recognition procedure at the University of Economics, Prague it is neccesary to submit following documents:

  1. Application form
  2. Legally attested copy of a diploma or similar document about graduation
    There are three possibilities of the verification  of the documents, depending on the country of study:
  • original of diploma must be certified by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country where the issuing school has its seat and the Czech embassy in/for the country where the issuing school has its seat
  • the verification can be required in the form of the Apostille issued by a competent authority of the state in which the diploma was issued
  • certified copy (by notary)

3.Diploma Supplement or list of completed exams (legaly attested)

4.Payment of administrative fee in amount of 3 000 CZK 

If the documents attached to the application are not in Czech or English language, the applicant must enclose their certified translation into Czech language.

The application can be submitted only in cases where the recognition relates to a field of study that has a similar content as field of study at VŠE, otherwise students have  to apply for the recognition of the diploma at another public university in the Czech Republic