Admission to Prague University of Economics and Business
870 hours of Czech language + 150 hours of maths, English and economic terminology.
intensive training for passing entrance exams at a particular faculty and further study
acquaintance with HSE teachers and students
Who would be suitable for this programme?
If you want to get a high-quality economic education at the largest profile university in Europe, the programme "Admission to the Higher School of Economics" will allow you to avoid the stress of preparation and get into the desired speciality. Here you can study finance, accounting, management and business administration, art management and international relations.
Foreign applicants, in order to be admitted to the entrance examination of the Higher School of Economics in Prague, must successfully pass the Czech language exam. HSE does not accept any certificates and always conducts its own exam for foreign applicants. Therefore, GoStudy teachers pay special attention to language preparation.
In maths classes, students study variants of previous years' tests and work with the materials of the HSE Maths Department. The English course is based on grammar rules and vocabulary at the Upper Intermediate level.
Reading and working with texts on economic topics helps to significantly expand the vocabulary, which will be useful not only for admission, but also for further studies.
Briefly about the teachers
Students are prepared for the maths entrance exam by experienced teachers from prestigious Prague grammar schools with extensive experience in the pre-university preparation of foreign applicants.
Czech language classes are taught by linguists and native speakers. Many of them have doctoral degrees and teach at universities in the Czech Republic.
Passed the programme = Got into university
Rooney, 19, Mumbai
"My whole family is involved in business in one way or another, so after school I decided to study economics so that I could also be involved in the family business. I am not very good at foreign languages, although I speak English quite well, so I chose my language school very carefully. GoStudy has good reviews and, as practice has shown, everything is like that. I got in without any problems. I always had good grades in maths, so I wasn't worried, but I was nervous about Czech - and for nothing. The fact that we were given economic terminology helped especially.
What is included in the training programme?
The programme includes a Czech language course up to CEFR level B2 with basic economic vocabulary (870 hours) and a specialised exam preparation course (150 hours). From the second semester onwards, intensive preparation for entrance examinations in mathematics, English and further university studies is carried out: classes in mathematics (50 hours), English (50 hours) and economic terminology (50 hours). The special programme is extended by work with Czech language textbooks for economists, economics textbooks and current economic periodicals. Students get acquainted with students and teachers of HSE and prepare presentations taking into account the choice of their future speciality.
Where can I go if I pass the programme?
The programme "Admission to the Higher School of Economics" allows you to effectively prepare for entrance examinations and get into any department and any speciality at this university or any other university of economic orientation.
➕ 870 hours of Czech language + 150 hours of subject preparation
➕ Intensive preparation for exams in mathematics and English
➕ University admission support
➕ Student VISA with work permit
September 1, 2024
August 31, 2025
You pay for the program in two stages. 50% of the cost - after signing the contract and 50% - upon arrival in the country, within 3 days after the start of training (the cost of the program remains unchanged).
At the conclusion of the contract you pay a registration fee of 500 euros. The rest of the amount (+ deferred payment fee of 100 euros) is paid before the start of the course.
When you sign the contract, you pay a registration fee of 500 euros. The remaining amount is multiplied by 10% and divided by the number of months of training. Once you have started training, you make monthly payments.
You pay the full cost of the program at the conclusion of the contract (in this case you receive a 5% discount on the cost of the program).