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Study in Prague

All the information you need about studying in Prague as an international student.

Why study in Prague?

Prague is an ancient city, with a long and proud history of education. Considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world, it offers international students grand architecture, cobbled streets, exciting nightlife and world famous beer.

Positioned in the center of Europe, Prague is also a great base to go out and explore different countries and cultures.

Universities in Prague

Prague is the education hub of the Czech Republic, and is home to some of the country’s best universities, including the oldest university in Central Europe.

There are a number of public universities in Prague, as well as several private colleges and other higher education institutions including art academies.

What to study in Prague

With a wide variety of universities to choose from in Prague, you should be able to study most subjects and programs, and you can study for a bachelor’s, master’s, MBA, or doctorate degree.

Prague is also home to specialist institutions including arts academies, banking colleges, business schools and architecture institutes.

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Student reviews for Prague

  • Nam Nguyen
    Vietnam
    Overall experience 2 stars
    Academic
    2 stars
    University social
    2 stars
    Accommodation
    3 stars
    University facilities
    2 stars
    AMBIS University Criminology
    Tell us about Prague
    Our school is situated in Prague, I always wanted live in Prague because its the capital and the biggest city in Czech Republic, there are a lot of interesting place for example Prague castle, Charles bridge and a lot of shops like Paladium... It's very beatiful. You can get there by trains or buses.
  • Valeriya Turina
    Kazakhstan
    Overall experience 3 stars
    Academic
    3 stars
    University social
    1 stars
    Accommodation
    3 stars
    University facilities
    3 stars
    AMBIS University Criminology
    Tell us about Prague
    Prague is the best city in the world. It feels like home. Infrastructure is very well developed. However due to Covid you don't get to discover much.
  • Baut Kistaubayev
    Kazakhstan
    Overall experience 5 stars
    Academic
    5 stars
    University social
    5 stars
    Accommodation
    4 stars
    University facilities
    4 stars
    AMBIS University Sports Management
    Tell us about Prague
    I study in Prague, which is located in Central of Europe.There is very helpful and good people. I feel very safe in this beautiful city. Transport is very modern, you can go anywhere with public transport. There is a lot of shops, bars and others.

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How to study in Prague

To study in Prague, you first need to choose the degree program that matches your interests and career ambitions. Once you know what you want to study, find a university in Prague that offers that program to international students.

As part of the admissions process, you will need to show your education certificates, your passport, and English proficiency test results. You may also need to sit an entrance exam for some universities.

Once you have a secured place at a university, you'll need to start the process for your Czech student visa and residence permit.

Cost to study in Prague

If you want to study in English or a language other than Czech, tuition fees can be as much as $22,350 per year.

Prague is considered an affordable city to live in, however costs are on the rise. It’s considered that you should budget around $750 per month to cover things like accommodation, food, transport and entertainment.

Key facts of Prague

  • 63/29°F Summer/winter temperature
  • 1.28 million Population
  • 28 Universities
  • Czech Republic Country