How to Apply
Applications for academic year 2018/2019 are now open!
Early admission deadline
28th February 2018
30th April 2018
The early admission deadline is strongly recommended for students from non-EU or non-EFTA countries who will need a student visa to study in the Czech Republic.
Deadline for CSF programme is only on 30th April 2018. Deadline for IMSIS programme is on 26th January 2018. The application is not administrated by the Charles University, see more information here.
Registration to our study programmes is online only. You can start to fill in your application form by hitting the link in the below red box. You can find the detailed instructions 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.
There will be no entrance examinations. Applicants' materials will be assessed by an admissions committee in March/May respectively. Successful applicants will be informed at the beginning of April/June respectively.
The application fee is 600 CZK (approx. 22 - 25 EUR). You will find the payment instructions at the end of your online application form.
For any queries related to admission, please contact us at email@example.com.
How to fill in the application form:
All applications must include:
- Completed application form
- Copies of all relevant diplomas and transcripts. Copies of diplomas and transcripts do not have to be certified. However, if you submit uncertified copies, you must bring the originals of all submitted documents with you to Prague so that we can confirm their authenticity. If you have not yet finished your previous studies and thus do not have a diploma, please submit an official confirmation of studies including information on the expected date of graduation.
- Short academic curriculum vitae (resume) detailing all relevant qualifications and experience
- Letter of motivation
Please note, that only complete applications will be considered. Thank you for your understanding. Personal data will be used exclusively for organizing the course’s enrolments.
We expect that applicant´s level of English corresponds to at least the B2 level. You don´t have to provide any evidence of your English competence unless otherwise stated (see the Special requirements).
The language of required documents
Diplomas, transcripts and other documents whose original language is not English, Czech or Slovak, have to be accompanied by a certified translation into English.
Applications may also include:
- References or letters of recommendation
- Writing sample - the best relevant academic text written by the student (essay, analysis, case study, etc.)
- Students who are not native English speakers may also include a copy of their results of IELTS, TOEFL (for TOEFL, please use our institutional code 6633 if you wish for your results to be sent directly to us) or any other English-language certificate.
For some programs you also need to submit other documents, these are:
- All applications for Bachelor in Economics and Finance (BEF) must include test results or certificates to demonstrate applicants' sufficient competence in mathematics and English. For details, please see: BEF Admission Criteria
- All applications for Master in Economics and Finance (MEF) must also include a letter of recommendation and test results or certificates to demonstrate applicants' sufficient competence in mathematics and English. For details, please see: MEF Admission Criteria
- All applications for European Politics and Society (EPS) must also include a copy of a second diploma (second completed Bachelor's or High School diploma), two letters of recommendation and a completed supplementary questionnaire indicating study track preferences. The applicants also have to prove their competence in English which should correspond to (at least) the C1 level, CAE, IELTS 7.0 and TOEFL over 95.
- Applicants for Corporate Strategy and Finance (CSF) needs to have a sufficient background in mathematics and statistics. They will be required to present either syllabi and grades from their undergraduate studies showing the extent of their knowledge in these fields or the results of some standardized test with a mathematical component (e.g., GMAT or GRE).
- Although a background in mathematics is not formally required for International Economic and Political Studies (IEPS) admission, it is an advantage for IEPS applicants to have an aptitude for maths and statistics, especially for those who want to specialize in economics and finance.