Higher education in the Czech Republic enjoys a worldwide reputation for its high quality. The emphasis on education is understandable because it has always played a key role in the life of the Czech people. It was in Prague, in the year 1348, where the first university in Central Europe was founded (by the then Czech King Charles IV)
As a result, higher education holds a special place in the history of the Czech Republic. Students who choose to study in the Czech Republic have the chance to experience a rich cultural heritage as well as one of the most exciting capital cities in modern Europe.
Czech public and private higher education institutions are opened to all applicants, not only to the Czech people. Also there is a high percentage of the International students in Czech Colleges.
This quality is safeguarded by a national system of regulation and quality assurance.
Higher Education System
The Czech degree structure is similar to that many part of the world. Degree programs are as follows:
Bachelor’s (3 to 4 years)
Master’s (1 to 2 years)
Doctoral (usually 3 years)
One of the conditions to be admitted to the university is completed secondary education (with the final exam equivalent to Czech “maturita” (A-level)), for the follow-up Master´s degree programme completed at least Bachelor´s study programme and for Doctoral degree programme completed Master´s degree programme.
The country is home to over 100 public and private academic institutions of higher education, and many offer Czech language courses designed specifically for foreign students.
Admission to Czech universities and colleges is available to all students who have completed their secondary education and successfully passed an entrance exam (each institution specifies their own exam). Most Czech institutions have adopted the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System, which allows easy credit and degree transfer to institutions throughout Europe.
Study programmes conducted in Czech
Foreign applicants, who want to study a Czech-language programme, must prove the adequate knowledge of the Czech language supported with any official examination certificate. If the student does not have this certificate, there is a possibility to sit an exam at the university where he wants to study (but not every university can offer that) or at any institution which organizes these tests . Foreign students also have to pass the entrance exams in Czech language as their Czech colleagues.
The condition of submitting the certificate about the Czech language knowledge or passing the exams in Czech does not at most universities concern the students from Slovakia (except from those who want to study any philological or linguistic programme).
Study programmes conducted in foreign language
Those who want to study any non-Czech study programme do not have to prove their Czech language knowledge. They have to prove the knowledge of the language in which is the programme conducted (mostly English) and they also have to pass an entrance exam in this language. A language test can also be a part of it , sometimes.
Czech College in Prague is focused on teaching Business and Technology Courses in English. Despite the distinctively Czech names of its corporate backers, the school prides itself on its international nature.
1.BSc Multimedia – Web development and E-business.
2.BSC Multimedia- Digital Communication.
3.Masters in Web development and E-business.
4.Masters in Digital Communication.
1.MBA – Master of Business Administration ( 2 years )
2.MBA – Digital Marketing Strategy (1 Year )
3.MBA – Digital & Retail Banking ( 1 Year )
4.MBA Top Up (Mature Entry) ( 1 Year )
5.BBA – Bachelor of Business Administration ( 3 Years )
School of Health Care
1. Nurses Adaptation Program
2. Post Graduate Diploma in Health Care Management (PGDHCM)
Contact Czech College, if you are thinking of studying in Europe . We will be happy to help you with your queries.