How to apply
The admission process for our Bachelor and Master programs is online only and there is no entrance exam. We will evaluate your application solely on the basis of the documents you will have submitted.
If you are going to need a student visa to study in Czechia, we strongly recommend the early-bird application deadline. That way, you will have enough time to obtain a visa before enrolling in the program.
When you submit the application, you will also have to pay the application fee which is currently 830 CZK (approximately 35 EUR). This has to be done by the application deadline you are aiming for.
On 31 January at 2pm CET, join us for an online Q&A session with our admissions experts and also our students. Here is the link for the FB event.
When to apply?
Regular application deadline: 30 April 2023
Early-bird application deadline: 28 February 2023
(this deadline is strongly recommended for visa-seeking students)
Where to apply?
The application form awaits you HERE. How to fill it in? Check our guide.
Still not sure? Contact us at email@example.com. We are happy to help you!
What documents will we need from you?
A copy of a diploma or a confirmation that your studies will be completed in the current academic year. To apply for Bachelor programs, you need to submit a proof of completed secondary education. To apply for Master programs, you need to submit a proof of completed Bachelor degree.
Transcript of records consists of a list of the course units taken, the exams you have passed and the credits gained.
A structured summary of your education, qualifications and other achievements.
The length of the letter shouldn’t exceed 2 000 characters including spaces. Some programs have specific requirements. You will find them in the online application of each program – please read it carefully.
- IELTS Academic – the minimum required overall band score is 6.5, with band score 6.0 or above in all four components
- TOEFL Internet-Based Test (IBT) – the minimum required overall score is 83, with a minimum scaled score in the four sections: reading 19, writing 24, listening 20, speaking 20
- Cambridge B2 First (former FCE) – minimum Cambridge English Scale Score of 180
- Cambridge C1 Advanced (former CAE) and C2 Proficiency (former CPE) certificate
- Some of our study programmes also accept Duolingo English Test (DET). See the online application for more details.
You don’t have to submit this if:
- you are a native English speaker
- you have studied in English for at least two years at the secondary school level
- you have studied in English for at least one year at the university level
- you have worked for at least one year in a company communicating in English
Some programs have specific requirements. You will find them in the online application of each program – please read it carefully.
Some programs require additional documents, for example a letter of recommendation or a proof of mathematical knowledge. You will find them in the online application of each program – please read it carefully.
Our programs are paid but we offer a set of scholarships to help you with the costs. The scholarships come in two forms: as reductions on tuition fee or a lump-sum support of your living costs.
Tuition fee reductions are awarded for excellent admissions to the first-year students and for excellent study results in the previous academic year to the second-year MA students and the second- and third-year BA students. We award this type of scholarship automatically based on your results, so you don’t have to apply for them in advance. Usually, 10-20 % of the best applicants/students are awarded each year and the reduction is either EUR 4,000 or 2,000 according to your results.
Development scholarship is awarded each year to students from developing and transition countries. We award this scholarship both to successful applicants and current students. The deadline for application for the scholarship is April 30. The lump-sum is usually CZK 75,000 per scholarship and we award 6-8 scholarships each year.
Merit-based scholarship is offered to students with excellent study results each year. We award this type of scholarship automatically based on your results, so you don’t have to apply for them in advance. The scholarship is paid retrospectively for the study results in the previous years. The number of scholarships and their value differs each year depending on the overall quality of our students. The lump-sum is usually around CZK 30,000 per scholarship.
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