Located in Central Europe, Czech Republic is one of the popular study destinations for international students. The capital of Czech Republic is Prague.
Prague and Brno among the TOP 10 student cities in the worldwide.
Czech universities offer long-standing reputations, unique conception and interesting specializations. Students can complete their degree in a wide range of traditional as well as newly-emerging disciplines.
High quality education and research, especially in Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, has a long tradition in the Czech Republic.
There are a lot of degree programmes that are exclusively taught in English.
A popular destination for international students, nearly 50k students from all over the world study in Czech Republic.
The cost of living is low and affordable for international students coming from Non-EU.
As per Sustainable Development Report, it is the 7th most sustainable country in the world. It is also the 10th safest country in the world, and the 2nd most affordable country in Europe, and the 3rd best place for working abroad.
Czech universities are more and more involved in a wide range of international cooperation activities and programmes taking place in the European Union and other countries. Having 8 European Centres of Excellence and 40 Regional Research Centres in Czech Republic.
Since it’s located in Central Europe, many companies have their regional headquarters in Czech due to its strategic location and ease of access in trade with other European countries.
Being a visually beautiful country, Czech Republic boasts of various tourist attractions ranging from buildings displaying classic European architecture to natural landscapes, the country is a popular tourist destination and has many UNESCO heritage sites.
Czech has many IT and manufacturing hubs. Since it is a highly developed country located in the heart of Europe, it is also sought after countries for entrepreneurs and businessmen.
Majority of the graduates get a job within 6 months of completing graduation. Among them, more than half of them get jobs during their graduation and many students also establish their start-ups after their degree.
Czech inventions: sugar cubes, contact lenses, semtex, fingerprints, cell theory, blood type classification, the word "robot", polarography, arc lamp, lightening conductor, ship's propeller and more.
Main industries engineering, electronics, motor vehicles, metallurgy, machinery, chemicals, and pharmaceuticals. Few Companies Skoda Auto, CEZ, RWE Supply & Trading, Hyundai Motor Manufacturing, Foxconn CZ, etc.