Nestled in the centre of Europe, the Czech Republic is a country steeped in history. It borders Germany and Poland. Austria and Slovakia
It’s been populated for thousands of years and is a land dotted with castles, mediaeval towns, beautiful mountains, ancient ruins, and world-class wineries.
Once you are away from Prague, that beautiful (but crowded) city, you’ll find an inexpensive country with some of the most beautiful and rugged landscapes in this part of Europe.
It ranks as the 6th safest or most peaceful country on the Global Peace Index and is one of the most non-religious countries in the world, even though the country has an abundance of churches and religious monuments.
Today, the Czech Republic is thriving with the lowest unemployment rate in the EU. People are working everywhere. Steeped in history, sophisticated, and edgy, the Czech Republic is a place with sights that would never make you go back home.
In the Czech Republic, there are 26 public, 2 state, and 44 private higher education institutions. Undergraduate, Master’s, and doctoral programmes on offer with their durations are as follows:
EUR 1000 per semester; a non-refundable registration fee of EUR 20 (CZK 500) is charged by public institutions. Private universities fix their registration fees.
The cost of living in the Czech Republic is comparatively cheaper than anywhere in Western Europe. Government estimates place total food, housing, and transportation costs for students in the Czech Republic at only 350–750 USD per month.