How can I apply for the IBB program?
You need to follow the instructions at our website.
How can I pay the application fee?
When you register your e-application, you will receive an e-mail with the instructions how to pay the tuition fee (50 EUR).
Do I need to come to Prague for the entrance exam?
No, the entrance exam is long-distance. It consists of an essay on a given economic topic (1200 words), a motivation letter (both to be written in English) and an interview in English (skype or phone). You can send the required documents electronically.
Where can I find the topics for essay?
The topics for essay are already listed in the IBB Application Form. You will choose one of them.
When is the decision on (non)admission made?
The decision on (non)admission is made at the latest by end of May / beginning of June.
When and how can I get the documents for visa?
If you are admitted, we will send you the documents for visa in June.
What is the cost of study?
The tuition fee per academic year for the newly admitted students enrolling for the academic year 2023/2024 is 5,000 EUR. It does not include your living costs.
The tuition fee per academic year for the current students (i.e. all students admitted before the academic year 2023/2024) remains 3,800 EUR.
When do I need to pay the tuition fee?
You need to pay before the first semester starts, which is in mid-September.
Can I apply for accommodation at dormitories? How? What is the cost?
Yes, you can apply for accommodation at the University’s dormitory. You tick the requirement in the IBB Application Form. The cost is from 115 CZK (cca 4 EUR) per night. The info on online application is sent to all admitted students.
I will get my secondary school leaving certificate only in May / June or even later. What shall I do?
No problem. Your secondary school leaving certificate / diploma can be submitted later once you get it. It should be submitted by 1st August.
What is the nostrification procedure? When and how shall I start it?
Information about nostrification procedure is available on our website.
The University of Economics was granted the so-called institutional accreditation, consequently, it can recognize the foreign secondary education of its applicants. Only when the Faculty of International Relations expresses doubts about sufficient level, scope, or content of the previous foreign education of an applicant, the applicant will be asked to present the nostrification clause, which is issued by the Czech authorities.
The Faculty can provide assistance to its future students. If the nostrification clause is required, we recommend waiting till the decision on (non)admission is made and then starting the procedure.
What will I need for living in the dormitory?
The basic equipment (including blankets and sheets) is provided by the dormitory. However, there are no dishes available in the kitchenette. We recommend buying any missing equipment when you arrive in Prague as the prices are quite cheap.