1. Lodging (accommodation)
The accommodation price per month ranges from CZK 2400 to 3600, depending on the type and category of dormitory. See useful link below:
At the beginning of the academic year, each student can apply for a boarding scholarship, which will be paid once every three months, and which ranges from CZK 600 to 800 per month. This scholarship covers the period from September to June.
Deposit to be paid
Upon arrival at the dormitory, each student is obliged to pay a deposit of CZK 6000, which will be refunded at the end of the academic year.
2. Boarding (food)
Students’ spending ranges from CZK 2000 to 4000 per month average on food. Food prices are about the same as in the rest of Central-Eastern Europe (slightly cheaper than western part of Europe or North America). Generally, most students live on CZK 150 per day.
The university canteen offers cheap and quality food.
Mobile operators’ services cost CZK 200 – 300 per month.
One ride by public transport costs CZK 22 minimum, depending on the validity of the ticket. Student’s monthly pass costs CZK 300.
Universal insurance is mandatory by the Czech law for all citizens and / or residents of the Czech Republic. Insurance is to be presented to the consulate when obtaining a student visa. The price ranges from CZK 15 000 to 17 000 per year. Citizens of countries having a mutual health insurance agreement do not pay for this insurance.
Each student will receive an ISIC student card, which offers a number of discounts and benefits and which can also be used to pay at selected locations.
This is a merit scholarship. More information individually depending on the abilities and possibilities of the student.
Every university student in the Czech Republic is entitled to work while studying and has the opportunity to choose a job in the field or outside the field, part-time or full-time, depending on their abilities.
Long-term student’s visa
Every student must apply for a student’s visa at the respective Czech consulate. To obtain this visa, every student must present:
A. Visa application form
plus two passport size photos;
B. Valid passport;
C. Open bank account
with debit card hard copy;
D. Criminal record
officially translated into Czech;
E. Confirmation of accommodation in the Czech Republic
provided by the university dormitory;
F. Confirmation of admission to study;
G. Czech language B1 certificate
issued by the respective university;