Study in the The Czech Republic

Why The Czech Republic?

One of the most affordable and high-quality universities are in the Czech Republic. And around 13000 international students sought residence permits to study in 2021. Moreover, the Czech Republic is located at the heart of central making it easier to travel around Europe for leisure.

The Czech Republic is a popular destination for international students seeking higher education with around 13000 international students sought residence permits to study in 2021.

  • Diverse education options: The Czech Republic has over 70 higher education institutions that offer internationally recognized degrees and a wide range of courses taught in English.
  • Affordable living costs: The Czech Republic is a budget friendly place for international students. Students can enjoy various discounts for concerts, festivals, cafés, clubs, restaurants, and sports events.
  • Rich culture: The Czech Republic is a country influenced from cultures of different origins. While studying and living in the Czech Republic, you will find historic marks of Slavic, Germanic and Jewish communities, which played an influential role on the creation of the Central-European culture and lifestyle. You will also experience its lively festivals, music, literature, and cuisine that celebrate its traditions and diversity.

Key Facts

Key Attractions

  • Prague Castle (Prague)
  • Bohemian Paradise (Bohemia)
  • Karlstejn Castle (Karlstejn)


  • Hovezi Gulas
  • Svíčková na smetaně
  • Knedliky

Leisure Activities

  • Královská obora stromovka (Prague)
  • Café café (yes, there is a café in Prague called ‘café café’)

Tuition costs

  • Compared to other popular study destinations, the Czech Republic offers one of the most affordable and high-quality higher education. Depending on your choice of program, tuition fees can be as low as €2000 and as high as €10000 annually. On average, most international students are able to find study programs around a budge of €3500 per annum.

Living costs

  • Monthly rent ranges from €250 – €400 depending on the city and type of accommodation, which is really cheap compared to other popular study destinations.
  • All other costs for food, travel, leisure etc range from €200 – €300 depending on how you are spending. It is good to mention that university cafeterias and many other restaurants do offer discounted meals for students which are really helpful for students with budget constraints.

Job Prospects

  • The Czech Republic allows students unrestricted work hours while studying without needing any other permit. However, it is insisted that the studies must remain the primary purpose for staying in the country
  • After graduation, students can obtain job search permit to remain in the country for further 9 months and upon a successful job hunt, a work permit can be obtained via a willing sponsor


  • The Czech Republic has four distinct seasons and a temperate climate. Summers are warm, with average temperatures ranging from 20 to 30°C, while winters are cold and often snowy, with temperatures ranging from -5 to 0°C. The autumn months (September-November) are generally mild and pleasant, whereas the spring months (March-May) can be unpredictable due to temperature fluctuations.
  • If you are an international student planning to study in the Czech Republic, you should bring appropriate clothing for all seasons. Warm and waterproof jackets, hats, gloves, and boots are essential during the winter months. Light, breathable clothing is recommended in the summer. It’s also a good idea to bring an umbrella or raincoat because rain can fall at any time of year.