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Admission procedure 2022

Master study program

At our faculty, we have one master study program in Informatics with 5 different specializations.

The most important document concerning the admission procedure is the Conditions for the Admission to the Master study program. The document contains all essential information, dates and deadlines or a detailed description of the documents we will need from you during the admission procedure.

Conditions for the Admission

Procedure

1.

Study all relevant documents carefully and choose the specialization

Important documents

If you are interested in studying at our faculty and want to apply, we recommend reading the Conditions for Admission and Study Contract.

Conditions for the Admission Study contract

Choice of specialization

Before filling out the application, you need to consider which specialization you are most interested in and then state it in the application. The choice of specialization in the application is not binding, and during the study, you can decide whether to keep it or choose another one.

Overview of specializations

2.

Fill out an application and pay the admission fee by 31 March 2022

Application

You enter the admission procedure by a complete and paid application form. You can fill it out online from 1 Jan. to 31 Mar. 2022. We have only one round of the admission procedure, and the start of studies is from 19 Sep. 2022.

Online application

Admission fee

The fee for the admission procedure is CZK 850 (approx. EUR 32 / USD 38). We recommend paying it online as soon as you fill out the application, but you can also pay with a wire transfer if necessary.

Wire transfer information

Confirmation

After completing the application form and paying the admission fee, you will receive a confirmation email informing you that the application has been included in the admission procedure.

3.

Deliver all required documents by 31 March 2022

You must deliver all required documents to the Office of Study Affairs, either by email, post or in person. The deadline is 31 Mar. 2022. A certified translation (into Czech, Slovak or English) should accompany all documents that are not in one of these languages. At the registration into the study, you must present the originals of all submitted documents for verification.

The required documents are:

  • Two signed copies of the Study Contract.

  • Documents associated with your study in a bachelor study program in Informatics or a similar field.

  • One photocopy of your passport.

  • One photocopy of a certificate that demonstrates your proficiency in English (except for native English speakers).

  • Structured CV with a focus on IT skills and experience.

  • Optionally, documents proving significant personal achievements or professional or academic excellence in Informatics, Mathematics, Physics, or Life Sciences.

You can find details on the documents in the article “Documents to be submitted by post, email or in person“ of the Conditions for the Admission. We will confirm receipt of the documents by email and, if necessary, ask you to submit any missing ones.

Nostrification

You must have documents that will be required to recognize your previous education in a process called “nostrification”. For a master’s degree study, you need nostrification of your bachelor-level education – it is required your bachelor diploma, and the diploma supplement or official transcripts. Nostrification is done by the Rectorate of the Czech Technical University in Prague.

VALIDATION OF FOREIGN UNIVERSITY EDUCATION

4.

Pass the Informatics test and the interview within 19–29 April 2022

We organize an admission Informatics test and an interview in English within 19–29 April 2022. They will take place remote or in person if you are in the Czech Republic at this time. You and the admission committee mutually agree upon the exact date and time within 4–14 Apr. 2022. You will be notified by email, followed by the preliminary (non-)admission decision by 16 May 2022.

You can find details on the entrance test, topics and rules in the article “Admission Informatics Test and Interview“ of the Conditions for the Admission. You can prepare for the admission test by taking a sample test or taking several quizzes in our online preparatory course.

You will be admitted to study without the admission test and interview if you have completed or will complete a FIT CTU bachelor study program in Informatics in the 2021/2022 academic year.

Preparatory course

5.

Pay the tuition fee by 17 June 2022

To complete the admission process, you must pay the tuition fee for the first semester of your studies and submit all required documents as detailed in the article “Documents to be submitted by post, email or in person“ of the Conditions for the Admission. The tuition fee does not cover accommodation, food, transportation, books, medical insurance, or other personal expenses.

The tuition fee is CZK 64,000 per semester. You can pay it in either EUR or USD. The bank will transfer the payment into CZK. (This will be approximately EUR 2,500 or USD 3,000 depending on conversion rate and bank fees). You can use our payment gateway to pay by credit card or pay by bank transfer to our account, but you will have to ensure that you take into consideration bank charges.

You must pay the fee no later than 17 Jun. 2022. Following receipt, we will send you the scan of the official admission decision in the Czech language and information in the English language. The originals of them we will send by post.

Payment gateway Current exchange rate

6.

Apply for a visa or a dormitory

Visa

After being accepted for studies in the Czech Republic, you must apply to the Czech Embassy in your country for a visa if you need it. Students arriving for a period longer than 90 days apply for a long-term residence permit for study purposes. The whole procedure for obtaining a visa for study purposes can take 60–90 days, so we recommend applying for the visa well in advance. For further information, please get in touch with the Czech Embassy.

Czech Embassy information

Health insurance

Students have to arrange valid International Health Insurance covering the territory of the Czech Republic. This insurance has to be presented before the visa is affixed to the passport. CTU recommends these companies (all provide the online application):

Accommodation

You can book accommodation at the CTU dormitory online and get a contract with confirmation of guaranteed accommodation. If you need help with your registration, you can contact the Accommodation Department at ubytovani@suz.cvut.cz. The provisional date for starting accommodation is from 12 Sep. 2022.

Accommodation in the CTU dormitories

7.

Register into the study within 30 June – 9 September 2022

You must appear in person at the Office of Study Affairs within 30 June – 11 Sep. 2022 to register into the study. Exact details will be specified in your admission letter. The classes start on 19 Sep. 2022.

Czech Technical University in Prague
Faculty of Information Technology
Office of Study Affairs

Thákurova 9
Prague 6
160 00
Czech Republic

The person responsible for the content of this page: Ing. Zdeněk Muzikář, CSc.