If you plan to travel to the Czech Republic in a language camp for up to 3 months you will need to arrange a short-term student VISA to the Czech Republic. Documents for this type of visa are accepted by the Consular Section of the Embassy of the Czech Republic and the Visa Application Center of the Czech Republic.
Documents for short-term visas are not required to be translated into Czech. The term for consideration of the application is 7-10 calendar days. But it can be extended up to 30 calendar days and more. Therefore, the documents for the visa must be submitted in advance.
If you want to study in the Czech Republic for more than 3 months with our foundation programs you need to arrange documents for a long-term student VISA to the Czech Republic. An application for a long-term student visa to the Czech Republic is issued by the Consular Section of the Embassy.
All documents are submitted exclusively in Czech (the translation must be certified by the Czech jury translator).
All documents are submitted in original with copies.
Only the documents which are not older than than 180 days will be accepted.
The validity of the passport must exceed the validity of the visa for a minimum of 90 days.
Consideration of an application and visa application takes up to 60 days from the date of submission, the maximum period for reviewing documents is 120 days, but in some cases it may be extended. Therefore, the documents for the visa must be submitted in advance.
When a student arrives in the Czech Republic to a foundation courses for the purpose of further admission to the university, he first encloses a long-term visa for a period of 12 months in the passport. Upon arrival in the Czech Republic, you must personally go to the foreign affairs police within 3 days for registration. Further, being in the Czech Republic, when the first visa is renewed, students receive a residence permit for a term of one year.