Reasons to Study Here

Free Education in Czech Language

By law, higher education in the Czech Republic is free of charge for citizens of all nationalities at public and state universities, as long as they have choosed to study in the Czech Republic in the Czech language. The only fees that may apply are nominal fees for the administration of admission proceedings, fees for extending study duration beyond a set point of time, or if a student wishes to complete his education in a foreign language. With the help of MSM Foundation Programs you will learn Czech language just in one year good enough to study at universitiy.

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Geographical Position in the Middle of Europe

Czech Republic has often been called the “heart of Europe” thanks to its geographical location. Positioned in the middle of Germany, Poland, Slovakia, and Austria, the Czech Republic truly lies in the heart of Europe. As such, it makes a great home-base for anyone wishing to travel around and explore Europe.

Schengen-area

Schengen Area

Schengen Area is a name given to the 26 European states where an individual is able to cross state lines without going through border patrol. This means that European travel from the Czech Republic is truly easy and convenient.

Security

Security

The Czech Republic is on the top 10 list of the safest countries in the world. It has and overall risk rating of Low.

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Recognition of the Czeсh Diploma by the Other Countries

A diploma from a Czech University is internationally recognized and accepted. Quality assurance, diversity and accessibility, internationalization and relevance are key priorities for the Czech Republic’s government in higher education. If you have decided to study in the Czech Republic you will guarantee yourself a bright and successful career in future.

Student's-discounts

Student’s Discounts

One great thing about studying in the Czech Republic is that there are ample opportunities to use your student discount. From discounted tickets to concerts and festivals, cafés, clubs, restaurants, and sports events. Being a student in the Czech Republic means great fun at an affordable price.

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Cultural Heritage

The Czech Republic has a rich cultural background. It is home to a large number of architectural treasures, from the historical Charles Bridge to the more modern Dancing House by Frank Gehry, along with a staggering number of historical buildings ranging from the Baroque to Neoromanesque architectural styles. Furthermore, the Czech Republic has made notable contributions in the world of fine art, literature, music, and film. Add to that the Czechs‘ love of good beer and traditional cuisine, and you will get a country that is sure to satisfy the culture and tradition seeker in every one of us.

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Stable Economic

The Czech Republic has one of the most developed and industrialized economies in Central and Eastern Europe. Its strong industrial tradition dates to the 19th century, when Bohemia and Moravia were the industrial heartland of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The Czech Republic has a well-educated population and a well-developed infrastructure.

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Low Unemployment

The Czech Republic has the lowest unemployment rate in the Europen Union. In new figures released by Eurostat, the Czech Republic topped a chart of unemployment rates across the European Union with a reported figure of 3.4 percent in January 2017. The situation on the labour market has been primarily influenced by the growing Czech economy and availability of seasonal work in construction, agriculture, services, tourism and several other sectors, according to the Office of Labour.

Low-prices

Low Prices

The cost of living in the Czech Republic is 55% cheaper than in London. The Czech Republic offers the benefit of offering a high quality of living for an affordable price. The prices are much lower than in the other European countries.

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High Salaries

According to the data provided by Eurostat, the Czech Republic registers one of the largest growth for annual salaries (8.36%) in the Union. Over the past five years average annual wage has grown around 3 %.

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Erasmus – Free Mobility Programs

The Czech Republic is part of the Erasmus program. For over 25 years, Europe has funded the Erasmus programme, which has enabled over 3 million European students to spend part of their studies in another higher education institution (HEI) elsewhere in Europe.