The Czech republic is a landlocked country in Central Europe bordered by Poland to the Northeast, Slovakiato the Southeast, Austria to the South, and Germany to the West to its geographic location, the Czech republic is situated in the intersection of many cultures. The country’s culture was historically formed mainly by Slavonic, German, Austrian and Jewish influences which resulted in a rich central -European cultural heritage.
National language -Czech
The Czech republic has expertise in the higher education and their oldest university was founded in 1348, and the quality of Czech institutions, they have climbed up in the international standards. Universities are divided into public, private, and state-run universities. The majority of them are public, with 26 public and 13 private, state -run 02 universities. The police academy and the university of defense offer Bachelor, master and PhD degrees.
In 1348 emperor Charles 4 founded a university in Prague which became the oldest academic institution in Central Europe. It is at present known as the Charles University. The language is Czech, but the programs delivered in foreign languages mainly in English is expanding in particular to cater for overseas students.
More than 44000 foreign students are studying at Czech higher education institutions and their interest is growing as they offer of study program in foreign language especially in English is increasing. Czech universities are more and more involved in a wide range of international cooperation activities and programs. It is a safe location in the heart of Europe. Studying in Czech republic places you in the middle of Europe and gives you a great chance to travel all over the continent and discover countries. Czech universities have long standing reputation, exclusive conception and interesting specializations. Students can comfort a short study visit or to complete their degrees.
List of Czech Universities:
1.Brno University of Technology
2.Charles University n Orague
4.Czech technical University in Prague
5.Czech University of Life Sciences Prague(CULS)
6.Institute of Technology and Business
7. Jan De University
In Czech universities tuition fees are low and reasonably priced public and private institutions charge tuition fees starting at 1000 Euro for a year for studies in English language medium. Students select to study in Czech language have no tuition fees. Expenses in this country will depend on the language you select. Public universities are free for all the students regardless of their race if they choose a program in Czech language. In the event you choose a program in English, you will have to pay fees which will vary depending on the university. Universities usually offer Czech language courses to international students that are taking English programs to ensure they can effectively communicate. The average living cost of studies range from 350 to 750 USD per month including meals, accommodation and other expenses. No restrictions for part-time employment for international students. All students can do temporary work. Subsequent to graduation all international alumni have a free access to employment. Only they need to change their purpose from ‘studying’ to ’employment’. A significant aspect to consider is their currency and their official currency is the Czech Crone.
Types of Visas(progress)
Lifestyle in Czech Republic:
Czechs are known to have the highest standard of living. It is also very much advanced in the performances of education, tourism economy, safety and security aesthetics etc. Crime rate is low and ranks as the sixth safest country in the world. Czech republic is full of beautiful places such as national parks, castles forests, mountains and rivers etc. It is a nation surrounded by mountains. Tourism is a major income source for Czech republic economy.