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Czech Universities: Study in the country where the first university in Central Europe was founded

One of the biggest advantages of studying abroad for many international students is the chance to get to know a completely different environment. This enriching experience allows you to see and do unexpected things, get a world-class university education, meet people who grew up in a different culture and create lifelong memories. If you are considering studying at one of the Czech universities, be sure to check out the Czech Universities portal.

Czech Universities

Czech Universities

The higher education in the Czech Republic dates back to the 14th century when Charles University was founded in 1348 and thus became the very first university in Central Europe. Almost all universities offer an ever-increasing number of accredited study programs in foreign languages, especially English. In 2020, the number of enrolled foreign students increased by 4,000 and the total number exceeded the limit of 50,000 foreign students attending universities in the Czech Republic. The Czech Universities portal, which provides free information, guides and articles, helps with choosing the right institution and study program in the heart of Europe.

Czech Universities offer a complete overview of study programs for foreign students with a selection by city, type of study, form of study and type of college, supplemented by current articles about Czech education, local culture, job opportunities or tips on how to enjoy your stay in the Czech Republic. You can also take a study test on the portal, which will help you to choose the program and fields you are suitable for.

Czech Universities work closely with private and public universities in the Czech Republic and help foreign students begin their journey to study in the country. Study in the Czech Republic!