All degree programmes taught in Czech and completed within the standard length of study are free of charge for all accepted students. The only condition is a successful entrance exam in the Czech language.
Other tuition fees for English study programmes may vary in accordance with the study programme and the current exchange rate.
There are various scholarship opportunities for studying in the Czech Republic.
South Moravian Centre For International Mobility runs various scholarship programs for foreign students. Students interested in Ph.D. study can apply for scholarship in the program Brno Ph.D. Talent, foreign students interested in Master or Ph.D. study held in Czech language can apply for Scholarship for international students. We run also three Czech centers abroad, where students can learn Czech language with a native-speaking teacher.
Other current possibilities:
- International Visegrad Fund - Scholarships for Citizens of the following countries: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Georgia, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, the Russian Federation, Serbia and Ukraine (please note that the same rules are applicable to Kosovar scholars). Successful applicants within this scheme will receive scholarships of €2,300/semester and the corresponding host universities/institutes receive €1,500/semester/scholar. Scholars who will have to travel to the host institution more than 1,500 km are also eligible for one-time Travel Grant.
- Fulbright Commision - for US citizens
You can also find information directly from the Czech Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports
According to the principles of equality, international students are entitled to all types of scholarship (except social scholarship), provided they meet all the conditions stipulated by the Scholarship Regulations of Mendel University in Brno.
Studyportals scholarship tailored specifically to students hoping to study abroad.