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The Czech Republic is quickly growing in popularity for international students. With a huge range of excellent colleges and universities – some of the best ranked in the world – it’s an ideal place to learn, socialize and explore.

The country itself isn’t vast in terms of land, but it’s filled to the brim with history and culture. Known for its rich heritage, the Czech Republic has been home to many of the world’s artistic geniuses – Alphonse Mucha, Franz Kafka, and Jaroslav Seifert to name a few. It’s hard not to feel inspired in a place of such historic significance.

Despite its ancient roots, the country is hugely popular with younger generations, and this is obvious from the wide range of social activities on offer. From sporting events, theatres, museums, and film, there is something for all tastes and neverending opportunities to meet like-minded people. 

Historic centre of Czech capital city - Prague

The Old Town Square, Prague — one of the most visited places in the Czech Republic

The Czech Republic is also famous for its nightlife, with new bars and clubs opening up across the major student cities all the time. If you want to mix high-quality learning with a varied social life, you’re in the right place.

As one of the top 10 safest countries in the world, traveling and living within the Czech Republic is safe for all age groups, regardless of gender, nationality, or religion. This makes it an ideal place for students, especially when out at night.

The country welcomes students from all over the world, meaning it benefits from offering a varied and exciting blend of people from all different backgrounds. And with over 300,000 students flocking to the area, you’ll never be short of new people to meet and new adventures to explore.

It’s ranked as the second most affordable place to live in the whole of Europe, meaning that you can enjoy more of what the city has to offer without having to rely on a meager budget. Higher education is also free for all nationalities, although there can be fees to pay for those not studying in the Czech language.

There is so much to see and do within the Czech Republic, and regardless of which area you choose to study in, the excellent and affordable transport links mean it is easy to get out and explore what other cities within the country have to offer.

We can’t wait to welcome you to this beautiful country! Get in touch with us today to find out more about starting your journey.