Czech Republic

Situated in the heart of Europe, the Czech Republic is a landlocked nation. Because of its strategic position, the Czech Republic is located at the crossroads of several cultures. Slavonic, German (Austrian) and Jewish influences dominated Central European culture historically, resulting in a rich cultural heritage and lifestyle.

Studies and education in science, engineering, and medicine have a long history in the Czech Republic. Established in 1348, Charles University in Prague is the oldest university in Central Europe. Many students consider the Czech Republic to be their favorite destination because of its fairytale castles, chateaux, world-famous spas, breathtaking national parks and protected areas, historic cities and villages (many unchanged since medieval times) and legendary traditional cuisine. It’s easy to access some of the places of interest, thanks to the excellent public transit system. With longstanding reputations, unique ideas, and exciting specializations, Czech universities are second to none. More than 44,000 foreign students are studying at Czech higher education institutions, and their interest is increasing as foreign language study programmes (especially in English) are being offered

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Low cost of living

Living in the Czech Republic is more affordable than in most other European countries, especially in comparison with the UK, France or Germany. Food and accommodation prices, as well as public transportation costs and personal expenditures, are generally lower than elsewhere in Western Europe.


The Czech Republic is in the middle of Europe, which gives you the possibility to travel across the continent and visit countries and places you might not otherwise have access to.


According to the Global Peace Index, the Czech Republic is among the top 10 safest countries in the world. Regardless of gender, nationality, or religion, traveling and living in the Czech Republic is generally safe for people of all ages.