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Guide to admission to undergraduate programmes accredited in Czech

There are several easy steps to studying at FI.

Undergraduate Studies

Important dates such as when to apply and when the entrance exams will be can be found in the admissions timetable.

  • 1. Choose your programme of study

    It is possible to change your choice later, as you can transfer between programmes after the first semester.

    Bachelor programmes at FI

  • from 1 November 2022 to 28 February 2023

    2. Apply and pay the fee

    The application is made electronically and the fee is 700 CZK.

    To apply

  • 3. Do I have to take the entrance exam?

    Admission requirements

  • to be determined

    4. Results of the entrance exams

    Check the results in your e-application in the IS. The percentile is published within 7 days after the admission exam. After the admission committee meeting, you will find the result in the e-application. The admission proposal or the decision of non-admission is then inserted in the e-application. You will receive the decision of admission in the second half of June, after the insertion of the authorized conversion of the matriculation certificate in the e-application.

    E-application

  • mid-May - mid-June 2023

    5. Proof of matriculation certificate

    You will receive an admission decision after you have submitted the authorised conversion of your school leaving certificate, at the end of June 2023.

  • mid-July 2023

    6. Enroll in studies (online)

    The invitation to enrol is sent electronically by inserting it into the e-application form.

    How to enroll

  • 7. Familiarize yourself with the principles and rules of the study

    Review the information for FI students

    Information for students

Do you have questions about the admissions process?

Read our FAQ or contact the study department.

What if you don't get in?

If you end up just a few places "below the line", don't hang your head. If the expected number of students do not enter the course, the faculty usually automatically fills the vacant places with students according to their ranking.

And if it doesn't work out, don't despair and try again next year. If you believe we have got the admissions process wrong, appeal the decision. We will check that we have done the right thing.

So go ahead - apply. Fingers crossed!

Postgraduate studies

Important dates such as when to apply and when the entrance exams will take place can be found in the admissions timetable.

Do you have questions about the admissions process?

Read our FAQ or contact the study department.

What if you don't get in?

If it doesn't work out, don't despair and try again next semester.
If you believe we have misjudged the outcome of the admissions process, appeal the decision. We will check that we have done the right thing.

Then go ahead - submit your application. Fingers crossed!

Postgraduate studies from autumn 2018

Important dates such as when to apply and when the entrance exams will be can be found in the admissions timetable.

Do you have questions about the admissions process?

Read our FAQ or contact the study department.

What if you don't get in?

If it doesn't work out, don't despair and try again next semester.
If you believe we have made a wrong assessment, appeal the decision. We'll check to see if we did the right thing.

Then go ahead - submit your application. Fingers crossed!

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