The Czech Republic has a longstanding tradition of qualitative higher education, especially in Sciences, Engineering and Medicine. The Charles University in Prague, for example, is the oldest university in Central Europe. Nowadays, interesting specialisations and newly-emerging disciplines are offered everywhere, so that you will certainly find the right Master’s degree for yourself.
Even though a number of study programmes at Czech universities are offered in English or other European languages, learning Czech might still be a good idea. Not only will you be able to understand the Czech culture better, it will also make your stay in the Czech Republic more enjoyable, as you will be able to communicate with local people.
There is no need to worry about the acceptance of your Czech Master’s degree. Due to the Bologna Process, the Czech university system has been adapted, so that degrees are accredited, ensuring your international mobility. However, there might be exceptions. The best way to find out is to contact your chosen university directly.
Depending on the language of instruction of your chosen study programme, the tuition fees vary. The great thing about studying in Czech is that education is free of charge for all nationalities. For studies conducted in English or other foreign languages, private as well as public higher education institutions charge tuition fees of around € 2000 to € 12,000 per year.
In order to find the best Masters for you and to meet with study advisers from many Czech and international universities, we invite you to visit the MASTER AND MORE fair in Prague!
If you are interested in nature and adventures, then the Czech Republic can offer you beautiful national parks and numerous recreational activities; such as water sports, hiking, climbing and caving. Located in Bohemia, the Czech capital Prague will charm you with its beautiful architecture and exciting nightlife.
Being located in the middle of Europe, the Czech Republic not only allows you to learn about its history, traditions and lovely people but you also have the opportunity to discover its four neighbouring countries Poland, Germany, Austria and Slovakia. This gives you a lot of options to spend your free time.
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