Here are few reasons to study in the Czech Republic
One of the best educational systems in Europe
High quality education and research, especially in Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, has a long tradition in the Czech Republic.
The Charles University in Prague was founded in 1348 and is the oldest university in the Central Europe.
All degrees obtained at Czech Universities are internationally recognized.
Free tuition if you study in Czech Language
Higher education at public and state institutions is free of charge, according to the country’s law, for citizens of all nationalities.
You pay only low fees for administration of admission proceedings. You will pay no tuition unless you decide to extend your studies beyond a certain duration limit, to take another course than the one you originally applied to or study in a different language than Czech.
Low tuition if you study in English Language
Tuition fees in Czech universities ranges from $1.000 to $15.000 per year for international students who wish to study in English language, depending on the course and university of your choice.
BSc. 3-Y Bachelor of Economics $1.600/year, Life Sciences $1.800/year, Chemical Technology $1.800/year,
Information Technology, Engineering, $4.400/year
5-Y MSc. in Pharmacy $7.200/year
5-Y MDDr. Doctor of Dental Medicine $11.800 - 14.400/year
6-Y M.D. (Doctor of General Medicine) $10.000 - 13.200/year
Low cost of living
Besides the educational benefits, living in the Czech Republic is also more affordable than in other European countries, especially when comparing with the UK (CR is 80% cheaper), France (CR is 82% cheaper), Germany (CR is 59% cheaper), Italy (CR is 64% cheaper) . Comparing with USA it is 71% cheaper, comparing with Canada 59% cheaper. Costs on every-day expenses, from food and accommodation to public transport, generally range between 350 and 750 USD a month. The biggest difference makes the type of accommodation and the city and of course your life style:)
Location in the Heart of Europe
Studying in the Czech Republic puts you in the Heart of Europe. Due to the perfect location in the middle of the Old Continent you have the best chance to discover all European countries and places you might otherwise not have had the opportunity to visit. From a centralized location you can easily access not only the neighboring countries - Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Poland but also Switzerland, Hungary, Italy, France, Benelux (Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemburg), Denmark etc. in a couple of hours.
Due to the geographic location, the Czech Republic crosses many cultures of different origins. The country's culture was historically formed mainly by Slavonic, German (Austrian) and Jewish influence, which resulted in a rich Central-European culture heritage and lifestyle. The Czech Republic is sure to entertain you in all aspects. Enjoy numerous cultural events and famous Czech Beer and Food!
Fascinating history and architecture
Welcome to the Czech Republic, the architecture heart of Europe.
The Czech Lands have been at the crossroads of Europe for thousands of years. The Czech Republic holds unparalleled status as a leading historical destination.
The Czech Republic is characterized by its fairytale-like cities and towns, red-tiled villages, riverside streets made of cobblestone, historic spa resorts, remarkably-pretty market squares, baroque churches, renaissances palaces and expensive decorated gardens. Beautiful landscape is dotted with the most castles and chateaux per square mile of any country in the world!
You can find twelve of UNESCO world cultural heritage sites in the Czech Republic.
Czech Republic is the 6th safest country in the world, according to the 2016 Global Peace Index
The Index determines the peacefulness of 163 of the world’s nations according to a variety of factors, including the number of external and internal conflicts fought access to weapons, terrorist activity, relations with neighbouring countries, the level of violent crime etc.
Beautiful landscape for relaxing and sport activitie
Prospect of succesful career in European Companies