Question-Answer Czech Republic

2TM managers are ready to render comprehensive assistance in admission to educational institutions of the Czech Republic. For your convenience, we have prepared a list of answers to the questions most commonly asked by applicants and their parents.

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answers to the most popular questions

Located few hours from Vienna, Munich, and Berlin, and with one of the fastest growing economies in the Eurozone, it’s clearly a good choice for thousands of international students who come to study in Czech Republic every year. The country ranks one of the ten safest countries in the world. The high quality and tradition of the Czech education and research is widely recognized.

2TM currently offers study programme of Pharmacy at Charles University which requires entrance exam.

Exams are conducted in English, and consist of assignments in Chemistry, Biology, and English language. Applicants will have the opportunity to prepare for exams in advance.

For more information please contact a 2TM consultant.

All offered study programmes are taught in English. Interacting with others should not be an issue, considering the proficiency of English language skills among Czech Republic’s population is high.

No, you will not need an IELTS or TOEFL certificate. However, your English language skills will be tested through a test conducted along with the entrance exams organized on the same day.

Costs on every-day expenses, from food and accommodation to public transport, generally range between 350 and 590 EURa month, depending on the type of accommodation and personal spending.

There are no restrictions for part-time employment of international students. All students are allowed to work. From the first year of study, after obtaining a residence permit, students in Czech universities have the right to officially work up to 20 hours a week.

Citizens of any of EU states do not need a visa to travel to the Czech Republic, including students from Switzerland, Norway, Liechtenstein, and Iceland.

All foreign students from third countries need to apply for a long-term residence permit for the purpose of study at a Czech Embassy in the state they reside in.

As a student, you have access to a wide range of student organizations, special programd, student discounts (ISIC card) and deals offered throughout the country. Using these resources you will be able to quickly adapt in the new environment.

Yes you can.

Citizens of EU/EEA countries and Switzerland do not need an employment permit, Employee Card or Blue Card to be employed on the territory of the Czech Republic.

Students coming from a third country can work in the Czech Republic after obtaining an employment permit and a residence permit, or an Employee Card or a Blue Card – both cards combine a work permit and a residence permit in one document.

Like most European countries, it has a great historical and cultural wealth. The country hosts one of the largest numbers of operas and theaters in the European Union, most of which are found in Prague. The country has a rich natural landscape to explore during your free time. The Czech Republic also has a vibrant nightlife.

2TM currently offers study programme of Pharmacy at Charles University, one of the best universities in the world. Working with us, the complete bureaucracy is our responsibility – we relieve you of application, enrollment and residency documentation procedures, so you are able to dedicate your time to finish the school, prepare to entrance exams and your move to Czech Republic.

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