Study at USB
Foreigners who are not citizens of the EU and who are studying or working in the Czech Republic are required to have long-term residence visa or a long-term residence permit before arriving in the Czech Republic. Please note that it is necessary to be physically present in the country where you applied at the time the visa is issued in the passport.
The application procedure for obtaining a visa for study purposes can take up to 60 days since the VISA application had been submitted to the local Czech Embassy. Please read the information below carefully and start your application procedure immediately after receiving documents from our university.
For the purpose of visa application the Faculty International Office Coordinator or Faculty Study Department Officer can issue:
The last two documents are necessary for the VISA application.
It is important to contact the local Czech Embassy or Consulate for details on Visa Application and read the instructions on filling in the application properly. Different Czech Embassies can have different documents required.
In general, the filled-in application form must be accompanied by:
Please note that some documents have to be translated into Czech language by a translator with an official stamp. For the details, please contact the local Czech Embassy.
If you plan to travel in the Schengen area, make sure you apply for the correct type of visa which allows it.