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    Czech Student Visa

    Czech is not only a reasonable option to study but also provides superior quality education, offers a variety of degree programs, and a top-class living standard with less cost of living.

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      The Czech Ministry of Education every year offers scholarships programs to support international students.  It is a state globally distinctive for its high quality of higher education and land of several best-ranked universities. If you want to study in Europe at an affordable cost, Czech is the right place for you.

      In Czech, you will enjoy a cross-culture environment, it will also develop your perception and enhance your abilities. Here, primary tuition language is Czech, but many programmes delivered in the English language. 

      If you are considering Czech for your higher education, the first thing you need to check is whether you need a visa to enter the state or not. 

       

      Who needs a Czech Student Visa?

      If you are selected for your higher education degree program by any Czech institution, then the next step is to check whether you need a student visa or not. Usually, it depends on your nationality. 

      1. For EU/EEA/Swiss residents

      If you are from any EU/EEA/Swiss country, you do not need to obtain a student visa. You only need a valid passport or national ID card to enter Czech.  

      After your arrival, if you want to stay in the state for more than 30 days, you need to register yourself to the nearest Foreign Police Department within 30 days.

      2. For Non-EU/EEA/Swiss residents:

      If you are from any Non-EU/EEA country, you need to apply for a student visa to study in Czech. It will take about 60 days for visa processing. So, you have to apply for a visa well in advance. 

       

      How to get a Czech Student Visa?

      As you may already know, Czech is one of the Schengen Area members. So, If you are a Non-EU/EEA/Swiss citizen and want to study in Czech, all you need to obtain a Long-Term Schengen Visa (Student Long-Term Visa or Czech Student Visa). It will allow you to stay for more than 90 days.

      If you want to stay in Czech longer than a year you need to apply for a Long-Term Residence permit for study purpose. You can also apply for a Short-Term Schengen visa or a C type visa if your course of study is not more than 90-days.

      Keep in Mind both the Long-Term Visa as well as a Residence permit is usually issued when you want to stay in the Czech Republic for more than three months. A Long-Term Visa for study purpose allows you to stay for several months. But, the residence permit will enable you to stay for a longer period for the study as four-year degree programs or employment purposes.  

       

      What will be the requirements for a Czech Student Visa?

      You will need to have the following documents to get a Czech Student Visa (Long-Term Visa) or a residence permit.

      1. Completed and signed Application form

      2. Acceptance letter from any Czech institution 

      3. Valid passport 

      4. Passport-size photos

      5. Proof that shows financial resources 

      6. Proof of accommodation in Czech

      7. Health insurance

      8. Criminal Record

      9. Travel medical insurance

      10. Visa application fee payment

      Note that all the required documents must be translated into the Czech language by an official translator.

       

      Can you work while studying in Czech?

      The process of working during studies will depend on your nationality.

      1. For EU/EEA/Swiss residents: 

      If you are an EU/EEA/Swiss resident, you do not require any permit to work in the Czech. You will have the same legal status as a citizen of the Czech, as the state is a member of the EU (European Union). 

      2. For Non-EU/EEA/Swiss residents:

      If you are not an EU/EEA/Swiss resident, you are allowed to work while studying when you have an employment permit and a residence permit, or an Employee Card or a Blue Card.

      But if you have finished your studies, and you want to stay in the Czech for work purpose, you have to apply for an employee card. 

       

      What will be the living cost for a Student in Czech?

      In Czech, the cost of living for a student is quite affordable. Usually, it ranges from 350 to 750 USD in a month including food, accommodation and transport.

       

      The 7 Best Universities in Czech 

      The following are one of the best universities in Czech according to International Rankings.

      1. Charles University

      2. Masaryk University

      3. Palacký University Olomouc

      4. Czech Technical University

      5. The University of South Bohemia in Ceske Budejovice

      6. Brno University of Technology

      7. Czech University of Life Sciences Prague



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