Study in English in the Czech Republic
The Czech Republic is an increasingly popular destination for international study, with over 60,000 foreign students registered in Czech universities last year. In 2018, foreigners therefore accounted for roughly 15% of the total number of students enrolled in Czech higher education institutions. Become one of them and come study to the heart of Europe!
For many years, foreign students have flocked in ever-greater numbers to start or finish their education in the Czech Republic thanks to the development of cross-border cooperation between individual universities, the Erasmus program and, in general, the greater mobility of young people within the EU. Under the increasingly popular Erasmus program, nearly 11,000 foreign students arrived in the Czech Republic during the last academic year.
Czech universities offer many degree programmes taught in English at three levels:
Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctoral, as well as lifelong learning courses. Most international students come to the Czech Republic to complete master’s or full-time doctoral programs. The fields of medicine and pharmaceutical studies count among the most popular among them. You can browse the English-language courses in our catalogue.
The country’s two largest cities, Prague and Brno, have quickly become some of the most attractive and popular student destinations in Europe. At the same time, both Prague and Brno have been ranked among the top 10 most attractive cities in the world to pursue studies in. International community can be found at every major university in the country, both public and private, and each institution offers many programmes, students services and events to their foreign students.
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