One year Czech course at ČZU + English

The one-year Czech course at ČZU was developed to prepare you for admission to Czech universities. The main advantage of the program, in addition to intensive language training, is a course in mathematics, that was developed on the basis of the entrance exams to the ČZU Faculty of Economics, the second-largest economics faculty in the Czech Republic (more than 12,000 students), as well as to the High School of Economics.

The program was compiled with the assistance of the International Union of Youth in Prague and is aimed at preparing and successfully entering universities in the Czech Republic. The International Union of Youth is experienced in the preparation of applicants, and this Czech course is an excellent start for further higher education.

Czech classes are taught by experienced professors from ČZU.

The one-year Czech course at ČZU is intended not only for further successful admission to the Czech University of Life Sciences, but also for admission to the High School of Economics in Prague, Charles University, the University of Chemistry and Technology, and other public and private universities in the Czech Republic. To enter a state university in the Czech Republic, foreigners must pass an exam in the Czech language or provide a state certificate of successful completion of the Czech language courses.

Academic year (15.09 – 31.08):

Winter semester 15.9 – 18.12 (14 weeks):
24 hours of language classes per week (Czech)

Summer semester 15.1 – 7.6 (21 weeks):
22-26 hours of language classes per week (Czech + English + profile subjects)

Intensive course General course
Total number of hours1020 hours1100 hours
Czech language800 hours800 hours
English language60 hours60 hours
Mathematics60 hours60 hours
Physics60 hours
Chemistry60 hours
Biology60 hours
Two project works100 hours

The course ends with an exam to confirm the knowledge of the Czech language, which the student gained during the course. The student receives a certificate of the SERR sample, corresponding to the achieved results.

Student reviews

Czech University of Life Sciences (Česká zemědělská univerzita v Praze, CZU )

The Czech University of Life Sciences is one of the leading public Czech universities that offers a quality higher education to Czech and foreign students. Currently, the university has approximately 22,000 students, which puts it in 8th place among 26 Czech public universities and in 3rd place among 8 Prague universities.

Long-standing traditions of teaching, scientific research, and extensive foreign connections make it possible to implement academic activities at the highest level. The curriculum of the university is represented by undergraduate, graduate, and Ph.D. programs, as well as the possibility of conferring the titles of docent and professor.

The level of education in ČZU meets all European educational standards. Professors always monitor modern teaching methods, participate in conferences, and develop their teaching methods.

Benefits of the ČZU Faculty of Economics

The competitive advantages of the ČZU Faculty of Economics, in comparison with other similar faculties (more than 20), are beyond doubt, since the faculty is one of the largest in the Czech Republic (12,000 students), the best (accredited by the Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic as one of six the best faculties), and the most demanded (more than 10,000 applicants). Extensive European connections and active research activities qualify ČZU as an equal partner of world famous universities.

List of the services we provide when you choose our Czech courses in Prague:

  1. Assistance in collecting documents and filling in an application for a long-term visa to the Czech Republiс for the duration of the program; providing the documents required for the visa – the confirmation of studies and the confirmation of accommodation.
  2. Processing of Czech medical insurance for the period of studies. Insurance is paid separately by the student. The cost of insurance depends on the covered services.
  3. Meeting students on the day of their arrival in Prague (airport, bus, or railway station).
  4. Connecting student’s phone to a local mobile operator.
  5. Accommodation in the Czech Republic:
    • The cost of living starts from 340 euros/month.
    • Students are obliged to live at their place of residence during the entire course.
  6. Registration at the Foreign Police within 3 working days after arrival in the Czech Republic.
  7. Orientation program in the Czech Republic:
    • Sightseeing tour in Prague with the MSM curators (tour in the city, visiting shopping centers, currency exchange, etc.).
  8. Cultural program:
    • Evening of acquaintances
    • Tour in Prague
    • Visiting a museum or an exhibition
    • Boat trip on the Vltava
    • Visiting Prague Zoo
    • Sports events
    • Trip to Karlovy Vary
    • Visiting the water park in Prague
    • Attending a musical evening
    • Farewell party
    • For an additional cost: trips to Germany and Austria
  9. Assistance in nostrification (recognition) of students diploma of secondary and higher education.
  10. Assistance with applications to students chosen universities and educational advisory services and support.
  11. If necessary, we accompany our students to hospitals. Our curators also act as interpreters from English into Czech at doctor’s appointments. The student must have health insurance.
  12. During the period of studies, all consulting and other support on living and studying in the Czech Republic are provided.

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