Study in the Czech Republic

Buddy program and biomedical research at CTU

The Czech Technical University (CTU) had a good reason to celebrate recently. For the first time ever, CTU ranked in top 400 universities according to the prestigious QS World University Ranking! We already covered their unique biomedical engineering programmes but did you know that CTU also offers a super-friendly buddy system and is involved in …

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Study in German or French

Foreign students who come to the Czech Republic usually expect to study in English exclusively, alternatively in Czech. However, did you know that there are a few options to study also in German or French? If you’re not into charity or theology we’re covered already, consider advanced philosophy. The Faculty of Humanities is among the …

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Scholarship and visit options at the Faculty of Social Sciences

If you’re currently considering studying abroad, money is probably a huge issue for you. If you’re willing to learn Czech, it’s actually possible to study completely for free because Czech education is free of charge. However, we understand that to learn Czech to such a level in a short period of time might be impossible …

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Latest news from Charles University

Charles University is the biggest and the oldest university in Central Europe and as such doesn’t need much introduction. If you want to study at THE university, this is without doubt the most famous and traditional Czech school. What have they been up to lately? Summer School of Slavic Studies It’s the 65th year the …

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Study opportunities at CEVRO

CEVRO Institute might not be the biggest university in the Czech Republic but it offers some intriguing study programmes and extra-curriculum study opportunities we’ve covered already. If you’re interested in economics, business and politics, be sure to check them out! Their Open Day is on 17 August 2022 at 4 PM. Summer school The good …

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Student mobility in fine arts

The Art & Design Institut is the first private college in Czechia where you can study fine arts. If you’re looking for a full-time study programme in fine arts and plan to move to Prague, we’ve already covered their current study programmes in English. However, if you just want to spend one semester in order …

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Engaged with AAU

The Anglo-American University is a lively community. It’s a school that wants its students to be engaged not only with their studies but also with all those other opportunities student life offers. What have they been up to lately? The upcoming summer lecture If you’re interested in how the business works with delivering digital assets …

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PhD programmes at the University of West Bohemia

Pilsen is a city in the west Bohemia famous for its beer Pilsner, historical monuments and it’s the fourth biggest city in Czechia. It’s also home to the University of West Bohemia that consists of nine faculties and offers several intriguing PhD programmes in English. The Faculty of Economics accepts foreign students for Economics and …

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Learn Czech and study for free

Did you know that education in the Czech Republic at state universities is for free? That’s probably the biggest difference between getting your education in Czechia and most other countries. Czech students, considering they don’t prolong their studies for too long unnecessarily, get their degree and graduate debt-free. There’s a catch, though. While you don’t …

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Economics and Management from bachelor to PhD

Are you interested in economics and management? Is your aspiration to achieve the highest degree possible in this field? Do you prefer staying at one university and falling in love with the city? Is Czechia your dream study destination? Then consider applying to Mendel University in Brno! MENDELU’s Faculty of Business and Economics currently offers …

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