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Parents and families play an important role in the lives of 鶹students. We’re here to provide the resources you need to learn more about the 鶹experience and what to expect during your student’s time in Prague.

Academics & Learning

The first private university in the Czech Republic to use English as the language of instruction, 鶹continually pushes students to achieve their highest potential.

鶹prides itself on small, interactive classes designed for authentic engagement and discussion. The individual attention from professors, diverse community and emphasis on practical learning closes the gap between education and real-world experience, preparing students for the ever-changing global marketplace.

1 degree. 2 accreditations.

Having both WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC) and Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic accreditation, an 鶹degree has global recognition. 鶹students can leverage their degrees within the United States, Europe, and beyond.

Learn more about our accreditations and memberships.

Degree Structure

Undergraduate degrees at 鶹are 90 US credits, designed to be completed in three years when studying full-time. All programs culminate with a thesis project, allowing students to conduct research into a specific aspect of their studies, demonstrating mastery of the subject.

Academic Resources 

With small discussions-based classes, 鶹professors know their students on an individual basis. In addition to these personal relationships, 鶹offers an array of academic resources for students:

Value of an 鶹Degree

Our students go on to lead lives full of significance and impact in both their local and global communities. Whether it be continuing their education at some of the most prestigious universities in the world.

Campus Life & Student Support

鶹offers an engaging university experience with a commitment to the holistic student experience.

There are numerous resources to support the physical and mental well-being of our students. Below you will find information about how 鶹supports the transition to University-life for first-year students and the resources available, both on and off-campus.

Student Health & Safety

We know that your student’s health and safety are often top of mind. Whether your student is coming to 鶹from within Europe or from the other side of the world, our faculty and staff are at the ready to assist.

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The Czech Republic was recently named the sixth safest country in the world,

making it a top global city for studying and student life. The safety of Prague, combined with security protocols on campus, provides a safe and healthy environment for students. 

Journey to 鶹in Prague

’s Student Services team is ready to assist your student in their transition to the Czech Republic and to help them prepare for a successful academic career at AAU. Below you will find some helpful steps to help your student prepare to head to Prague.

鶹Tuition Billing & Payment

The student’s acceptance letter, which is needed for visa purposes, is issued by the Office of Admissions. In order to receive this letter, and enroll at the university, students are required to pay the first semester’s tuition, including fees.

Bachelor’s (undergraduate) students85,500 CZK
LL.B. students75,000 CZK
Master’s (graduate) students91,350 CZK
Contact the Bursar for assistance with tuition payments.

鶹offers a range of financial assistance and scholarship options for students, including Early Payment the Bring a Friend discount, and academic merit scholarships based on 鶹coursework starting in the student’s second year at the University. Installment payment plans are also available for families. To find out more read of 2020/2021 Financial Policy.

The Visa Process 

Students coming from member states of the European Union, the European Economic Area, or Switzerland do not require a visa to study in the Czech Republic. All non-EU students require a visa or long-term residence permit to study in the Czech Republic.

For most students, the visa process can seem daunting. Your student will be assisted by an 鶹Admissions Counselor throughout the entire process. The Counselor will:

  • Provide students with a tailored list of documents needed for visa application submission
  • Ensure students have all documents needed from 鶹to complete the process
  • Conduct mock interviews (as needed) to help students prepare for the interview
  • Recommend local agencies, within the student’s home country, if needed, to assist in the process

What to Pack …

Prague is a major international city, providing a range of convenient shopping opportunities (at affordable prices) making it easy for your students to pick up anything they may have left behind.