If you're looking for a unique European study abroad experience, look no further than the Czech Republic. Known for its impressive castles, wide selection of native beers, medieval old towns, and beautiful landscapes, the Czech Republic combines the best of Eastern and Western Europe to create its own hybrid.

Popular study abroad destinations include Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, Liberec, Brno, and Olomouc. However, with 61 higher education institutions located in more than 20 cities across the country, there are many attractive destinations to choose from.

Why  study in Czech Republic ?
Students are particularly drawn to the Czech Republic for its rich cultural heritage, intriguing history, and exceptional food and beer. After class, imagine frolicking with Starobraman while enjoying Czech delicacies like kulajta or svikova with your new, international friends. Afterward, explore the old, cobbled streets and visit ancient castles and cathedrals to get a feel for what the Czech Republic was like in days gone by.

The Czech Republic was also once home to artistic geniuses such as Alphonse Mucha, Franz Kafka, Jaroslav Seifert and Antonin Dvořák. Once you touch down in the Czech Republic, you'll see why! A magical and mysterious air will instantly inspire your creative side. Surrounded by state-of-the-art architecture and enthusiastic people, it will be hard not to be impressed. Don't believe us? See for yourself! Read our study abroad in the Czech Republic guide and start searching for a program that fits your interests today!

More about the Czech Republic
Since the fall of communism in 1989, the Czech Republic has undergone an evolution, becoming one of Europe's most popular destinations for travelers, students and professionals. Join the movement and consider the Czech Republic for a study abroad adventure in Europe. You will be joined by more than 50,000 international students seeking an education at one of sixty-one institutions of higher education spread across the country.

Although many programs are offered in Czech, more than 1,000 programs are offered in English and other languages, including French and German. Compared to many European countries, the Czech Republic is also one of the most affordable - it is the 5th most affordable place to live in Europe. Higher education at public institutions is free for all nationalities, although there may be some fees for administration and studies in a language other than Czech.