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Why should I study here?

The Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU) is an internationally recognized higher education and research institution with more than 310 years of tradition and an excellent reputation.

What are the admissions criteria?

As with most large public universities, the admissions criteria vary from program to program.  Broadly speaking, most have an application deadline in March and a motivation letter.  Applicants will need to get an apostille for their diploma before arriving in Prague and will need to get this nostrified when they arrive as a student.

What is student life like?

 The international club organizes orientation week, buddy programs, parties, trips, cultural activities, and more.

Scholarships & Funding

Housing options.

CTU has eight dorms for student use. These are public dorms, so they are quite basic with shared rooms and facilities but cost only around 150 euros a month.  Students can also opt to arrange for a room in private student residences, which are often much nicer and range from 220–260 euros per month.

Dining information

There are ten university canteens that offer meals for students. Lunch is generally under 2 euros with a student discount.

Additional notes.

I had a meeting scheduled at Czech Tech for 9 a.m.  I confirmed the appointment the week before and arrived early enough to find my way around the complex.  The buildings themselves are not especially modern but are functional.  My meeting was with the vice-rector, who could tell me more about the English-conducted programs.  His office was in wing B2.  I followed the signs through the maze and found the wing, but the main door of the wing—that led to the offices—was locked.  I thought it was no problem, and I gave him a call.  I won’t bore you with the details of the call; suffice it to say that due to the language barrier, he was unable to direct me to his office or understand where I was waiting for him and the meeting didn’t happen.  Also of note, none of the staff or students were able to help me locate an alternate entrance or other solution (due to language).  Listen, I’m in another country, so I certainly don’t expect people to speak English to accommodate me.  I’m mentioning this only because this school has a number of English-conducted programs and my experience may speak to the level of difficulty one might have at this school due to the language barrier.  It was frustrating to me as an adult who has navigated many foreign schools, so I can imagine how overwhelming these difficulties could be for an 18-year-old student who has just left home.  

Czech Tech has a wonderful academic reputation and many affordable English-conducted programs. This is just a potential obstacle to be aware of when you are looking at this school.

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