Top 5 reasons to study your Master’s Degree in Czech Republic in 2021
If you are looking to get your master’s from one of the European countries then you should keep Czech Republic as one of your first choices. Studying in Czech Republic means studying in the heart of Europe. It has everything you would need to get that correct work-life balance to have a less stressful life.
More and more universities have been expanding their English taught courses, and the best part is that the tuition fees and the living expense is low.
Here is why you should get your master’s degree from Czech Republic
1. Home to top universities in the world:
It doesn’t matter if you want to apply for master’s in medicine or get your MBA. You can apply for a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in fields like Engineering, Agriculture, Economic, Language studies, and more. Some of the world’s best and oldest universities are in the Czech Republic. The following universities were present in the QS worlds rankings 2020 and the Times Higher Education Rankings 2020:
- Charles University (not to forget that this university has five faculties in different cities of Czech Republic, including faculties in the capital city, Prague)
- Czech Technical University of Prague
- Masaryk University
- University of Chemistry and Technology Prague
- Palacky University Olomouc
2. Affordable living cost
Even though it’s a part of the European Union, the affordable living cost makes Czech Republic a great place to be able to live on a student budget. The average living cost ranges from 350 to 750 USD per month, including meals, accommodation, public transport, and culture. The price may vary depending on the location, accommodation, and lifestyle choices.
3. Simple steps to apply to a university
Applying to universities in Czech Republic is pretty straightforward. You have to individually fill out online applications for each university. While you are applying you might have to pay an application fee (around 20 euros for Czech degrees and 50 euros for English degrees), depending on which university you are applying to. Once you have filled the application you will have to take an entrance examination if required.
There are a lot of scholarship opportunities for international students in the Czech Republic. Here are a few scholarship options you should look into if you are interested in studying here:
Government Scholarships: annually offers scholarships within its Foreign Development Assistance Programme.
Erasmus+ Master degree loans: these are EU-guaranteed loans that can help you finance a master course in an Erasmus+ program country
University Scholarships: offers vary from university to university.
Here are a few links to help you find some:
BRNO UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
5. Great work life balance:
Czech Republic is home to numerous beautiful castles, its mesmerizing architecture, some amazing spa resorts. This country is a perfect blend of a fairy tale atmosphere with a modern mix to it. You will never run out of things to do on the weekends. You can plan a trip with your friends to different cities, as they are just a few hours by train. You could also plan weekend activities like strawberry picking, hiking, mountain biking, or just hang out at a café and grab a cup of delicious coffee or a glass of the famous Czech beer.
If you choose to study in Prague, Brno, Hradec Kralove or any other city in Czech Republic, this country is always welcoming to international students and will give you memories to remember for life.
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