The Czech Republic may not be a common country that comes up when a student thinks of studying abroad. However, students are missing out on the educational advantages that the Czech Republic can offer.
Scholarships in the Czech Republic:
- The Government of the Czech Republic Scholarships
- Erasmus+ is the EU’s program
- South Moravian Center for International Mobility Scholarship Program
- The International Visegrad Fund Scholarship Opportunities
- BRNO UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOLARSHIPS
- CZECH TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS
- CZECH UNIVERSITY OF LIFE ANS SCIENCES SCHOLARSHIPS
- CHARLES UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS
- MASARYK UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS
- MENDEL UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS
- PALACKY UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS
- ACTION Czech Republic – Austria Scholarship
- Josef Dobrovsky Fellowship Scholarship
- Bavarian-Czech Academic Agency Scholarship Program
- Czech Republic Government Scholarship for Foreign Students
- Czech Government scholarships for Ethiopian students
- The Government of the Czech Republic Scholarships for Developing Countries Without IELTS
- Masters Scholarship Poland (International Relation, International Law, Financial Market, European Governance) For Czech Republic Students
- Czech Technical University Postdoctoral Fellowship in Mathematical Physics
- Linguistics Scholarships at Charles University in Czech Republic
- UNESCO Creative City of Literature Residency Scholarships, Czech Republic
This is not a complete above list of all of the available scholarships for both domestic residents of the Czech Republic, or a complete list for international students. We advise that international students look through the public universities websites that are available online.
Capitalization of universities in the Czech Republic symbolizes the importance of these higher education institutions.
Top Degrees in the Czech Republic:
- Civil Engineering
- Building Design and Construction
- Software Development/programming
- Primary and education
- Quantity Surveying
- Product and equipment installation workers
Actual in demand careers in the country include:
- Truck, bus and electric tram drivers
- Skilled construction workers
- Miners and builders
- Support workers in manufacturing
Student Visa and Work Permit Are Needed for International Students to Study in the Czech Republic
The student visa process for students to legally work and be paid in the Czech Republic is in fact can take some time to process. We suggest that students send in the necessary information as quickly as possible and months ahead of their arrival date to in the Czech Republic. Students would just need to send in their information and the acceptance letter of the university they were accepted to. To so that they intend to study and work in the country. This is the best way for students to be admitted back into the country under legal protocol.
International students working toward a student visa for the Czech Republic will need to send months in advance. Because the Czech Republic can turn away students that arrive in the country if that student does not have their proper papers and student visa with them to show why they are staying in the country for a longer period of time than the student’s passport allows. As always everyone should follow the rules of the country they intend to study within, that way there is no obstacles that will suddenly show up and deter away from the original plan for the student to attend an in-person university campus.