Czech Republic is located in the center of Europe, a beautiful country having a rich history and an attractive destination for International students for study abroad. The country has a very high standard of education and research.
Sharing its border with Germany, Poland, Slovakia and Austria, the country has three regions Bohemia, Moravia and a part of Silesia.
The Czech Republic is a Parliamentary democratic, it gives equal rights for all its citizens and every citizen enjoys freedom of religion. The economy of the country is healthy & stable. It is very much integrated with the European Union since the country entered the EU in 2004.
Education is a heritage of Czech Republic, having a tradition of over six hundred years, it is maintaining its High quality of Education & Research in Engineering, Science and Medicine. Universities in Czech Republic offer wide range of interesting specializations with incomparable conception and long-standing reputations.
Students from across the globe visit the country for short courses or to complete their education in various traditional and advance disciplines. More than 36000 international students are studying in Czech Republic and the numbers are growing as most of the programs are now been offered in English language. Private institutions of higher education charge fees as per their own structure / guidelines. The tuition fees differ from 1,500 -9,500 Euro per year and the amount depends on the relevant institution and study program.
In the Czech Republic there are 26 public, 2 state and 44 private higher education institutions Undergraduate , Master’s and doctoral programs on offer with its duration are as follows
For Accommodation, the easiest option is to stay in a student dormitory. At the time of the administrative registration, it is possible to make a reservation. The dormitories are not very expensive, about 80 euros per month for a room (however, foreign students receive no housing assistance in the Czech Republic). In private accommodation of 150 – 350 EUR/month.But if you live with shared accommodation then it will divide between 4 to 5 students.