Visa Process and Health Insurance
If you hold a non-EU passport as a first year student, you would need to apply and obtain long-term student visa.
On top of the student visa, you are oblidged to submit a proof of health insurance which is mandatory by the Czech law. You can use our provider of medical health insurance. Check the overall guide for the health insurance.
Don’t worry, you won’t get lost after your arrival to Prague. Every year the Study at CTU team prepares an Orientation Week for international degree students which takes place exactly one week before the academic year starts.
You are going to get all the necessary information about the university, studies, extra curricular activities, services for international students, involvement in research projects as well as very important information about your rights and obligations as an international student in the Czech Republic.
We also do a Campus Tour, a tour in the National Library of Technology, Central CTU Library and faculties with the visits of research centres with examples of high quality research projects.
Thanks to that, you get a chance to get to know new international students across the whole CTU and make great connections right at the start of your studies.
Are you deciding to study at CTU and want a quick Campus Tour with us? Contact us here.
There are 3 different tuition fees for the different study levels as well as an application fee when applying for the study programme.
Application fee: 850,- CZK
Bachelor’s programme: 110 000 CZK (with the exception of FIT: 128 000 CZK) per academic year
Master’s programme: 132 000 CZK (with the exception of FIT: 128 000 CZK) per academic year
Doctoral programme: 1 000 CZK per academic year