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Are you looking for a promising first step into the world of higher education? Are you choosing a direction for your Masters and want a fresh start? Or perhaps you already graduated and your main focus lies in further scientific research and earning your doctoral degree… Search no further – you have just found your answer!

The Study in Prague project brings together seven of the best rated universities praised by students and researchers alike. The variety of study possibilities is perfectly balanced and broad enough to satisfy even the most ambitious endeavours.

What are these universities you talk about so much?

Alright, so what do they teach there?

All the universities offer accredited study programmes in their respective fields. These include the humanities, hard sciences, agriculture, architecture, engineering, medicine, economics, various art programmes involving cinema, music, dance, design, graphics, media and many others. Ultimately the choice is yours.

What if I am not from the EU? Can I still come to study in Prague?

Of course! You may come via international mobility programmes such as Erasmus+ or Erasmus Mundus, or on the basis of bilateral agreements (for students from non-European countries). Prague is always opened to you.

What does a typical academic year in Czech Republic look like?

The typical Czech academic year starts in the last week of September or the first of October and each semester takes 13 weeks of study. The winter semester ends in December or January and is followed by a 7-week exam period, which ends in mid-February. The same length applies to the spring semester, which lasts until the third week of May, followed by another exam period of 7 weeks. If you are perceptive enough, you know what that means: No midterms. The finals at the end of each semester can be done in written, oral, or combined format. All the universities utilize the ECTS credit system with 30 ECTS credits for semester. Altogether you’ll need 180 ECTS to complete a Bachelor’s programme and 120 ECTS for a Master’s programme.