• Entry formalities

    Comprehensive information regarding visa issues is available at the website of the Ministry of the Interior (with a special section with information for schools and students). We also recommend you to turn to the Czech diplomatic mission in your country.

     

    Acommodation in Prague

     

    More options (not only for accommodation) are available below

     

    Living costs

    Expenses covering the stay are substantially lower than in any west European country. Expenses covering food, accommodation, and public transportation come altogether to about 350-750 USD/month. Naturally, it all depends on the student’s lifestyle and on how much he/she really wants to spend. The prices can also vary considerably depending on where you stay.

     

    The International Student Identity Card (ISIC) is the best card for all students. It allows cardholders to get student discounts for transport, restaurants, cinemas, museums, exhibitions and concerts. In principal, students coming to the Czech Republic should obtain an ISIC card at their home university or in their home country.

     

    Accommodation of visiting to VSMVVP staff is arranged in cooperation with the International Office.

     

    In addition, if you would like to look for a hotel reservation for a short period of time by yourself, Prague offers a great number of hotels at a wide range of quality and cost. Among other well-known hotel booking websites, you can try the Booking.com

     

    More information about living in Prague can be found here.

Studuj atraktivní obory s širokými možnostmi uplatnění na špičkové škole v centru Prahy.
Ke každému studentovi přistupujeme jednotlivě a poskytujeme mu plnou podporu při studiu.

Klíčový je pro nás rozvoj praktických dovedností a uplatnění absolventů. Proto maximálně podporujeme praxi, pracovní stáže a zahraniční pobyty.