EU citizens

Newly accepted Student

EU citizens (or citizens of Shengen Area – Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Switzerland) do not need a visa or a permit to study in the Czech Republic. They only need a valid passport or another equivalent ID.
Student has to arrange the health insurance in the proper form by their own. Students are advised to arrange a comprehensive heath insurance (additional commercial insurance to a general health insurance of a home country) to cover a treatment in any type of care, including COVID-19  – find more information and recommendation at the special section of the Study in the Czech republic and the VSE Admission Office website.

Duties after the arrival to the Czech Republic

within 30 days after arrival is a student required to report his/her presence to the appropriate Foreign Police Department that holds jurisdiction in the location of his/her stay in the Czech Republic. In case you are accommodated at the dormitory – the announcement of your arrival is done by the dormitory.

If EU citizen intend to stay in the Czech Republic for longer than 3 months, they can request a certificate of temporary residence or a permanent residence permit to be issued.