Study in Czech Republic

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Why Study In Czech Republic

  • Affordable Education

  • Innovative and Abundant Research Opportunities

  • Immigration Possibilities

  • Exciting Campus Lifestyle

  • Healthy and Safe Communities

  • International students can often work while they study & Internships

  • Numerous research opportunities

  • Possibility of immigration after completing the course

  • Vibrant campus atmosphere

  • International students have the option of working when studlying

  • Good internship opportunities


Why Study
Eligibility criteria

Eligibility criteria for Czech Republic?

Educational Qualification

The minimum eligibility criteria to graduate is you have to score
at least 50% from a UGC or AICTE recognized university.

Year Back

The graduation degree has to be completed within the stipulated time
with no gap year.
Example: B.Com is a 3-year degree. The client should have completed
it within 3 years and not more.
Example: Engineering is a 4-year degree. The client should have
completed within 4 years and not more.

Steps to study abroad in Czech Republic

Work authorization for students

Work Authorization for Students:

Student Applicant

  • Students must be over 18 years of age.

  • International students in Czech Republic universities can work on-campus or off-campus for up to 20 hours during university semesters and full-time during breaks such as the winter or summer holidays, without the need for a work permit.

  • Foreign students who are studying in a program that requires work experience such as through a co-op or internship program.


  • In general, spouses are given the same rights as students who are already in Czech Republic. Therefore, if the student with a Czech Republic student visa has the right to work, the spouse who comes to join him or her will also have that right


Work Options

The Czech Republic government offers options for international students to stay after their course and gain some work experience.

Czech Republic Student Permit

The Czech Republic is an attractive destination for studying abroad. International students can explore diverse programs to pursue under living costs that meets their budget. Apart from this they get a chance to explore the rich culture and history of the country.

Like most other European countries, the country also uses the Bologna system of three academic cycles.

Students from India who wish to study here must submit for a permit. They must submit for a long-term permit that extends for more than 90 days. They may also be required to submit for a residence permit especially for study purposes.


  • Duly filled form
  • Proof of admission from a university in the Czech Republic
  • Valid passport
  • Proof of having enough financial resources to support your stay in the form of bank statements and scholarship information if any
  • Proof of having confirmed accommodation
  • International health insurance policy
  • Copy of a criminal record report

To get the latest information on the requirements for your study permit, contact the Czech embassy or consulate in your country.

Processing Time

Most of the forms you submit will have to be translated to Czech by a translator and they must have an official rubber stamp. The processing can take up to sixty days so you should plan on submitting the form well ahead to avoid last-minute hassles.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to book appointment to submit my form?

Yes, you will have to schedule an appointment to submit your form. It is better to book the appointment in advance because slots get booked rapidly.

What is the difference between long-term permit and a long-term residence permit?

Both the long-term permit and the long-term residence permit allow a person to stay in the Czech Republic for more than 3 months. But there are certain differences between the two permits.

Long-term permits:

  • This is issued as multiple permits for a period of one year
  • Issued for health, culture, sport, education, science research, family, entrepreneurship (business), and other purposes
  • A fee of 2500 CZK or 5000 CZK in the case of entrepreneurship (business), paid in cash in NGN according to the current exchange rate.

Long-term residence permits:

  • It is provided as one-entry permits for the purpose of obtaining a long-term residency permit for a stay of 60 days on the Czech Republic’s territory with a six-month validity
  • It can be issued for jobs (blue card or employment card), analysis, scientific research, and family reunification
  • A fee of 5000 CZK in case of Employee card or Blue card, 2500 CZK in other cases
What is the processing time for Czech long-term residence permit for studies?

The Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic processes and decides on all long-term permit and long-term residency forms, and the Embassy issues permits based on the decision. The Embassy has no say or control over processing time or decision-making.

The Embassy’s processing period is around 60 days from the time of submission, including biometrics.

What is the processing time for Czech long-term permit for studies?

The processing time for this permit is 60 days calculated from the time the consulate receives the form.

What is the “Student Mode”?

Student Mode is a project of the government of the Czech Republic for the facilitation of permit procedure for certain students from third countries.

For this, foreign students must be admitted for studying at universities in the Czech Republic, along with being enrolled in the Student Mode as well.

The “Student Mode” project is a concept of permit facilitation for student from selected third countries who are admitted to study at Czech universities and enrolled in the Student Mode at the same time.