How to Apply
Early bird application deadline: February 28, 2023
Regular application deadline: April 30, 2023
Note: Early-bird application is strongly recommended for students from visa-seeking countries, who need a student visa to study in Czechia. Please, be aware that it is the student's responsibility to obtain a visa before enrolling in the program. The early-bird application deadline applies to all English programmes except for Erasmus Mundus programmes and Corporate Strategy and Finance in Europe (CSF).
HOW: Application for our study programmes is online only.
You can start to fill in your application form by hitting the link in the red box below. You can find the detailed instructions on how to fill it in the download box below.
Please do not forget to finalize your online application by hitting the "send" button. Upload all your supporting documents before you finalize your application.
EVALUATION: All applications are evaluated by an admissions committee based on the submitted documents and materials. Successful applicants will be informed as soon as possible, during March/May respectively.
APPLICATION FEE: 830 CZK (approx. 35 EUR).
The application fee must be paid in full either by card or via bank transfer. No cash payments are possible. You will find the payment instructions at the end of your online application form. The application fee has to be paid no later than April 30, 2023 (February 28, 2023 for Early-bird term) in order for the application to be assessed in the particular term. Applications without the fully paid application fee will not be considered.
Should you have any queries related to the admission process, please, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All applications must include:
a) Copy of a diploma to show completed previous* studies, or confirmation that ongoing studies will be completed in the current academic year
* For Bachelor Programmes at least degree from secondary studies; for Master Programmes at least Bachelor degree.
Please note, students who have obtained their education degree abroad are required to obtain an official document to say that their education or degree is recognised in Czechia. The applicant submits one of the following documents:
- a certificate of recognition of the foreign school report in Czechia (the so-called „nostrification document“);
- an International Baccalaureate diploma (for Bachelor Programmes);
- a foreign diploma which can be recognized under foreign states’ mutual agreement of recognition;
- a foreign diploma which the applicant submits directly to the faculty for the purpose of recognition.
b) Transcript of records and academic results from previous studies
c) Structured CV
d) Motivation letter
The length of the letter should not exceed 2 000 characters including spaces. Some programmes have specific requirements. You will find them in the online application of each programme.
e) Document showing the level of English proficiency
Applicants should provide a certificate from one of following standardized tests:
- IELTS Academic - the minimum required overall band score of 6.5, with band score 6.0 or above in all four components;
- TOEFL Internet-Based Test (IBT) - the minimum required overall score of 83, with a minimum scaled score in the four sections: reading 19, writing 24, listening 20, speaking 20;
- Cambridge ESOL B2 First (former FCE) - minimum Cambridge English Scale Score of 180;
- Cambridge ESOL C1 Advanced (former CAE) and C2 Proficiency (former CPE) receiving a certificate.
- Some of our study programmes also accept Duolingo English Test (DET). See the online application for more details.
A standardized English test is not required from applicants who:
- are native English speakers;
- have studied in English at the secondary school level for at least two years;
- have studied in English at the university level for at least one year;
- have worked for at least one year at a company where the language of communication was English;
When a score from an English-language test is not presented, the applicants should provide a certificate of their use of English during their prior studies or employment to support their claim. The certificate should contain contact information (an email address and a telephone number) to a person (a programme director, or an employee supervisor) who can confirm the scope of the use of English language in the program or employment.
Some programmes have specific requirements. You will find them in the online application of each programme.
IMPORTANT: All documents which are not originally in Czech, Slovak or English must be officially translated into English. Only complete applications will be considered. Personal data will be used exclusively for organizing the admission process and course enrollments.
English proficiency tests - home editions
PLEASE BE AWARE
In the case that certifying test centres are closed in your country, there are possibilities to pass the tests remotely from your home and get the English-certificate in one of the "home-edition" of the official certifying tests.