Public fee and support system for students in Europe

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Czech Republic 2013/14 - student fees and grants
Fees are only related to admission procedures and need to be paid once per cycle. No tuition fees are paid by 'typical' higher education students.

Students who exceed a regular length of study by at least one year have to pay fees. The fee amounts to at least CZK 7 998/academic year, based on the average cost of a student for the public budget. No maximum is set by law.

Students who study in second or further degree programmes have to pay fees (maximum CZK 2 666/academic year).

Students of study programmes in a foreign language also have to pay tuition fees and no maximum limit is set by law. Such arrangements are decided by each higher education institution.

Fees for international students are the same as for home students.
Czech Republic 2015/16 - student fees and grants
Fees are only related to admission procedures and need to be paid once per cycle. No tuition fees are paid by 'typical' higher education students, provided that they complete their study programme in the regular timeframe.

Students who exceed a regular length of study by more than one year have to pay fees. Exemptions are made for students who become parents during their studies. The fee amounts to at least CZK 8 790 /academic year, based on the average cost of a student for the public budget. No maximum is set by law.

Students who study in second or further degree programmes have to pay fees (maximum CZK 2 666/academic year).

Students of study programmes in a foreign language also have to pay tuition fees and no maximum limit is set by law. Such arrangements are decided by each higher education institution.

Fees for international students are the same as for home students, as long as they study in the Czech language.
Czech Republic 2016/17 - student fees and grants
Fees shown in the diagram are related to admission procedures and are paid once per cycle by all students. No tuition fees are paid by higher education students, except those who exceed the regular length of study by more than one year. Exemptions are made for students who become parents during their studies. The minimum fee is CZK 9 651/academic year, based on the average cost of a student for the public budget set annually by the Ministry of Education. No maximum is set by law.

Students of study programmes in a foreign language have to pay tuition fees. No maximum limit is set by law. Such arrangements are decided by each higher education institution. Higher education institutions can also charge fees for the recognition of higher education qualifications obtained abroad.

There is no short cycle programme in the Czech Republic.

Fees for international students are the same as for home students, as long as they study in the Czech language.


Source: Eurydice, National Student Fee and Support Systems 2013/2014, 2015/2016, 2016/2017

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