HOW TO APPLY
- Completed on-line application form
- Certified copies of original certificates and transcript of academic records
- Proof of English proficiency
- Two letters of recommendation and personal statement
- Non-refundable application fee of 20 EUR
Tuition fees vary from individual study programme. For more information click here.
There are various scholarship opportunities for studying in the Czech Republic.
- For winter intake (September – February) – 30th of APRIL
- For summer intake (February – August) – 31st of OCTOBER
CZECH VISA – REQUIRED DOCUMENTS
Visa is an authorization which allows a foreigner to enter and temporarily stay on the territory of the Czech Republic / Schengen Area under conditions specified within. Contact the Czech Embassy nearest to your country of residence for visa requirements.
COST OF LIVING
The cost of living in the Czech Republic is quite low in comparison with some other EU countries. The average monthly cost of living is about 320 – 680 EUR (it depends on the individual student’s lifestyle) including accommodation, food, transport and entertainment, e.g. one loaf of bread costs approximately 1 EUR, one half-litre of beer also costs 1 EUR, the soup in the canteen starts at 0,2 EUR and the main course in the canteen costs about 1,5 EUR.
Students can choose between two types of accommodation in Brno – student halls of residence or private housing. MENDELU halls of residence in Brno and in Lednice offer accommodation in 1 to 4-bed rooms. There are 588 beds located directly on campus, while the others can be reached within 15 minutes by public transport. The price for accommodation is about 100 EUR per month.
There are a lot of places to live in shared rooms or private flats in Brno. The cost of a single room in a student flat ranges from 160 to 240 EUR per month. A private flat costs about 400 EUR per month or more.
Your health insurance should entitle you to visit any general practitioner or dentist in the Czech Republic. If you have any specific problem, you should still first visit a general practitioner, who will examine you and then, if necessary, arrange for you to see a specialist.
Unless your problem is urgent, it is recommended to make an appointment in advance on the phone. Remember to bring your insurance card (or any document proving your insurance) with you. If the doctor asks you to pay on spot, do not forget to get your receipt/payment confirmation from them and keep it. You will need this document for your insurance company, which will refund you the amount of money.
- English-speaking General Practitioner: Otakar Ach-Hübner, Mendlovo nám. 17 (building in the middle of the square, 3rd floor), 544 525 335,www.ach-hubner.cz
- English-speaking dentist: Jan Kopřiva, 702 348 064, firstname.lastname@example.org, Kociánka 93/2, Brno,
- Emergency service (hospital, general doctors, dentist 24/7): Úrazová nemocnice Brno, 545 538 111, Ponávka 6
- Hospital: Surgal Clinic, 532 149 333, email@example.com, www.surgalclinic.cz, Drobného 38-40, English speaking, near the university
- Hospital: Bohunice Hospital (the biggest in Brno), 532 231 111, firstname.lastname@example.org, Jihlavská 20
- Emergency Pharmacies 24/7, Koliště, 545 424 811 or Bašty 413/2, 542 213 531