If there is no entrance exam, applicants are assessed on the basis of submitted documents (e.g. SAT, A Level, TOEFL, IELTS, etc.). Prospective students are advised to visit the website of the respective faculty to find out what the specific admission requirements are.
5 Easy steps to apply:
- choose a study programme and check the specific requirements.
- have your previous education recognized in the Czech Republic (this can be done later, after you have received your diploma)
- fill the online application form (be aware that some faculties have their own application forms)
- pay the application fee, if required (approximately USD 30-50). The methods of payment will be included in the invitation letter to the entrance examinations.
- print, sign and send the official application form, generated by the online system, to the respective faculty together with the following documents:
a notarised copy of your secondary school leaving certificate or your Bachelor’s diploma or your Master’s diploma;
an official transcript of records from your previous university studies;
an official translation of the two above into Czech or English (if it was issued in a third language);
a certificate of equivalence from Czech educational authorities which states that your certificate/diploma is recognised; in the Czech Republic (called “nostrification”), if you completed your previous education abroad;
a receipt to show that you have paid the application fee
- February 28 for bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes taught in Czech
- Application deadlines for bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes taught in English can be found on the websites of the respective faculties.
- April 30 for doctoral programmes