at the web site of Information Week of Charles University 2015. Would you like to study at Charles University? Aren’t you sure what study programs will be provided at CU in 2015/2016? Then the event of Information Week is just for you!
First we published here a short description of an admission criteria. As Charles University doesn’t have one unified application deadline for its study programs in English we put the list of all study programs with an application deadlines here as well. For more information on an application process please contact directly one of CU faculties – relevant contacts and links are published at the brochure “Bachelor’s and Master’s Programs”.
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All prospective students have to meet the following admission criteria:
Be high school graduates (Secondary school leaving certificates gained abroad are subject to nostrification. If an international agreement on recognition of equivalence exists, confirmation of the equivalence is issued. The process of nostrification of documents enabling access to higher education is regulated by decrees of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport).
In case of a Master's degree following from the Bachelor’s degree – hold a Bachelor degree in related field.
Entry into doctoral study program is based on submission of certificate of graduation from Master’s degree.
All applicants are required to submit to the respective faculty a completed application form with nonrefundable application fee and pass the entrance exams (usually combination of written and oral exam; practical exam may be required. More specific entry requirements are determined, in accordance with the law, by the dean of the faculty. If applying for studies in Czech the entrance exams are administered in Czech language, if applying for studies in English the exams are administered in English language).
Students can submit their applications using the faculty online application. The application forms can also be downloaded from the faculty web site or send by mail upon request.