University Of Hradec Králové, Czech Republic

Meet the dynamic and youthful environment of the University of Hradec Králové – an institution founded in 1959 that has borne its present name since 2000.

At present, the Alma Mater of almost 9,000 students, the University of Hradec Králové provides high-quality tertiary education within a large scope of study fields that comprise Social Sciences, Humanities, Educational Studies, Natural Sciences, and Information Technology Studies. The applicants can choose from dozens of study programmes that cover almost one hundred study disciplines.

The University of Hradec Králové prepares qualified specialists that succeed in the local labour market as well as abroad.

In 2010, the University received the Diploma Supplement Label, a certificate issued the European Commission confirming that the University meets all standards of European tertiary education institutions. The document is given automatically to all graduates, and it guarantees worldwide recognition of the diploma from the University of Hradec Králové.

The University of Hradec Králové is a vibrant institution, and its constant development is reflected both in academic and construction activities: new faculties and institutes are being established, new study programmes are being accredited, and, last but not least, the construction of the University campus is in unremitting progress.

In addition to classrooms and lecture halls equipped with the latest technology, the campus includes the University Library and Gaudeamus Publishing House, a textbook shop, and an art gallery. The campus visitors will meet enthusiastic young people, Czech and international students as well as members of the academic staff.

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Accommodation

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University Of Hradec Králové Tuition Fees

Undergraduate

€3,000 per year – Political Science 

 €3,000 per year – Applied Informatics

€3,000 per year – Information Management 

€4,000 per year – Applied Mathematics – Financial & Insurance Mathematics 

€4,000 per year – Biology – Systematic Biology & Ecology  

€4,000 per year – Chemistry – Chemistry 

€4,000 per year – Chemistry – Toxicology & Analysis of Pollutants  

€4,000 per year – Physics – Physical-Technical Measurements & Computer Technology 

€3,600 per year – Special Pedagogy – Educational Work in Specialized Institutions 

€3,600 per year – Specialization in Pedagogy: Social Pathology & Prevention 

€3,600 per year – Specialization in Humanities: Transcultural Communication 

€4,000 per year – Specialization in Pedagogy: Textile Production 

€4,000 per yearSpecialization in Pedagogy: Multimedia Graphic Design 

€4,000 per year – Specialization in Pedagogy: Choir Music Choir Conducting 

€4,000 per year – Specialization in Pedagogy: Choir Conducting  

€4,000 per year – Specialization in Pedagogy: Music Culture Focused on Education 

€4,000 per year – Specialization in Pedagogy: Playing a Musical Instrument & Solo Singing 

Graduate (Master’s)

€3,000 per year – Central European Studies 

€3,000 per year Social Work  

€3,000 per year – Philosophy 

€3,000 per year – Applied Informatics 

€3,000 per year – Information Management 

Chemistry – Bioorganic Chemistry & Toxicology – 

€4,000 per year – Biology – Systematic Biology & Ecology 

€3,600 per year – Specialization in Pedagogy: Social Pedagogy 

€3,600 per year – Pre-School and Out-of-School Pedagogy: Early Childhood Education 

€4,000 per year – Teaching at Secondary Schools: Specialization in Music Edu & Choir Conducting  

€4,000 per year – Teaching at Secondary Schools: Specialization in Music Edu & Playing a Musical Instrument and Solo Singing focused on Teaching at Basic Artistic Schools 

Postgraduate (PhD)

€3,000 per year – African Studies 

€3,000 per year – Latin American Studies 

€3,000 per year – Philosophy 

€4,000 per year – Systems Engineering and Informatics 

€4,000 per year – Applied Informatics – 

€4,000 per year – Biology – Applied Biology & Ecology  

€4,000 per year – Physics – Didactics  of Physics 

Language of Teaching

Majority of the courses are taught in good English. Some courses taught only in Czech are marked on the degree programs or tuition fees tabs. Languages on the street are mainly English and Czech.

Application / Enrollment Fees

This university has NO application/enrollment fee.

This university has NO per-semester registration fee.

Application Deadlines

The application deadlines vary from faculty to faculty, basically end of March, April and June for September Intake, and October for Feb Intake. There is no limit on how early the applications should be sent, but let’s say that Dec, Jan is the start for applications for September intake

Spring/February Intake (particular programs): starts – August, ends – January (best to apply before October)

Fall/September Intake (main): starts – January ends – June (best to apply before April)

Application Documents

Undergraduate

Scanned Copy of your International Travel Passport

Personal photo (face only)

Document proving the content and the scope of your previous education

Scanned Copy of stamped and signed official High School leaving certificate or equivalent (if it is not in English or Czech, it must be translated)

Scanned Copy of stamped and signed official High School Transcript or equivalent (if it is not in English or Czech, it must be translated)

Document proving that the school where previous studies were obtained is recognized as part of the educational system in that foreign country

Document confirming language competence for studies in English

If the students don’t have any English exam results like TOEFL (optional), they can take the university’s English proficiency exam (testing if you can communicate in basic English) after they complete their registration on campus (if requested the university).

The authenticity of these documents must be verified the ministry of foreign affairs of the foreign country and the Czech embassy (or obtained with apostille). The documents are subject to comparison to the Czech education system.

Transfer Students

Official stamped and signed descriptions of courses already taken along with stamped and signed official university Transcript or equivalent 

Must complete a minimum of 2/3 of the Master’s degree credits (credits Earned at other universities)

Postgraduates

Scanned Copy of your International Travel Passport

Personal photo (face only)

For Masters – Scanned Copy of stamped and signed official bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university (if it is not in English or Turkish, it must be translated)

For Masters – Scanned Copy of stamped and signed official bachelor’s Transcript or equivalent (if it is not in English or Turkish, it must be translated)

For Ph.D. – Scanned Copy of stamped and signed official Masters degree from an accredited college or university (if it is not in English or Turkish, it must be translated)

For Ph.D. – Scanned Copy of stamped and signed official master’s Transcript or equivalent (if it is not in English or Turkish, it must be translated)

Document proving that the school where previous studies were obtained is recognized as part of the educational system in that foreign country

Document proving the content and the scope of your previous education

Copy of English language proficiency test results if available (optional for masters, required for Ph.D.)

Letter of Intent/Statement of Purpose (Ph.D.)

CV

Portfolio (required for Architecture Applicants)

Your thesis proposals (for Ph.D.)

Master’s thesis (optional – for Ph.D.)

The authenticity of these documents must be verified the ministry of foreign affairs of the foreign country and the Czech embassy (or obtained with apostille). The documents are subject to comparison to the Czech education system.

Foundation/Preparatory School / Course / Program

Technical Preparatory Course takes place in the spa town of Podebrady. The course focuses on maximizing student´s chances of entering a faculty of their choice preparing them to particular entrance examinations and improving their level of English (native speakers attend additional Czech language lessons instead).

English Proficiency Documents / Requirements 

If the students don’t have any English exam results like TOEFL (optional), they can take the university’s English proficiency exam (testing if you can communicate in basic English) after they complete their registration on campus (if requested the university).

SCHOLARSHIPS

Masters

Scholarship Awarded by: University Of Hradec Králové

Scholarship Amount: €500 per semester. The exact amount is influenced the total faculty budget per semester.

Scholarship Duration: usually complete duration of your degree program

Scholarship Eligibility: Foreign Student at Masters level

Scholarship Application: There is no separate application. Students seeking admission into the university are considered for the scholarship. So just apply for your admission and we will take care of the rest.

Scholarship Coverage: This scholarship only affects your tuition fees. You are still responsible for all your other study abroad costs.

Philosophical Ph.D. students

Scholarship Awarded by: University Of Hradec Králové

Scholarship Amount: around €400 a month. The exact amount is influenced the total faculty budget per semester.

Scholarship Duration: usually complete duration of your degree program

Scholarship Eligibility: Foreign Student at Ph.D. level

Scholarship Application: There is no separate application. Students seeking admission into the university are considered for the scholarship. So just apply for your admission and we will take care of the rest.

Scholarship Coverage: This scholarship only affects your tuition fees. You are still responsible for all your other study abroad costs.

ACCOMMODATION

University campus housing Fee

The exact accommodation fee details: €374/4 weeks

Dormitories and Accommodation

The University of Hradec Králové offers high quality dormitories for its employees, students of combined form of studies and the public accommodation in two buildings – in the Halls of Residence at Palachovy koleje (building K) and the University Rectorate (building R).

 Country: Czech Republic

Visa Type: Long-term Study Visa

Main Airport: Pardubice Airport

Please inform us of your flight ticket date of travel and arrival (3 days before departure) the visa and the date of arrival.

Airlines: Ryanair, Emirates

There is a system agreed that universities can nominate their candidates for visa appointments at Czech embassies in some countries. It means that registered applicants can get their appointment within 2 weeks after registration from university. The system applies for example for Ghana, Nigeria, Turkey, Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, India, Egypt, China and some other Asian and Latin American countries.

Visa and Admission

For admission, an international candidate needs to have submitted copies of education documents, passport and legalized translation of all these documents during the application and admission process.

As foreigners would expect, it will also be required the immigration department that travelers and international students have in their possession n Entry Visa before flying to the Czech Republic, along with an original invitation and original education documents.

The university will send an official invitation to study to the consular office of the Czech Republic at the residence country of a foreign applicant (for visa countries) and a letter to inform the applicant (for visa-free countries).

Travel with Visa — If you are a non-Czech citizen, you will need to obtain a visa at a Czech consulate in your home country before your arrival. Once you have arrived in the country, you will need to apply and obtain a residence permit before your visa expires in order to prolong your stay.

Education Requirements for Student Visa

Student visa to come study in the Czech Republic is easy to obtain. You apply for  student visa from the closest embassy to you.

Once you have your admission letter

confirmation letter from university (proof of payment of first tuition fees)

and has provided documents requested the embassy.

There is no reason to reject your student visa application. In all our dealings, our students have never been rejected visa. But we have heard of a few students (not our own) who were rejected because they didn’t get the documents needed. But when they reapplied, it was granted them.

Visa Requirements & Documents

Document language:

All documents executed in a foreign language (except English) shall be accompanied their translation into English. Translation of all documents must be notarized.

In order to apply for a student visa to study in the Czech Republic, you will need to submit several documents. These documents include:

Photographs (3)

 6 months validity on passport — An International Passport or travel document

A sum in cash equivalent to the cost of leaving the Czech Republic for a country of the passport you hold or your permanent residence with a flight carrier (called “Deposit”)

Funds to cover your stay in the Czech Republic and a document providing that accommodation has been arranged for your stay.

A Health Insurance Certificate to cover the period of stay in the Czech Republic and the proof of payment. 

Health Insurance Requirement

International students who study in the Czech Republic will need to obtain a doctor’s certificate confirming that they can freely undertake study in the field of their choice.

You will also need to be insured for the duration of your stay; this is part of your tuition fees.