Admission procedure in brief
- Submit an on-line application form
- Decide whether you would like to take an admission tests in Prague or Moscow or if you would like to take an long-distance form of admission by submitting an essay in English on given economic topic
- Pay an admission fee
- Take admission tests or deliver your essay
- Personal interview or skype interview
- Deliver your personal documents
- Committee decision
- Reserve your place
Admission procedure in detail
1. Submit an on-line application form
After filling the registration form, you will be redirected to the study information system (ISIS). Applications will be accepted from November 15, 2016 to June 10, 2017.
(Instructions for on-line application form step by step)
2. Students have two option how to pass the entrance exams:
- Physically sit entrance exams tests from high school mathematics and English language either at the University of Economics in Prague or at the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Moscow.
- Submit an essay on given economic topic.
Both options are equal and depends only on students which type of admission they choose.
The option must be indicated in the application form.
3. Pay an admission fee
Before the application can be dealt with, applicants must pay the application fee of 50 EUR or 1350 CZK at latest on June 10, to the bank account as indicated in ISIS in application form.
Details of payment:
Česká spořitelna a.s.
140 00 Praha 4
Bank account: 55002222/0800
Swift (BIC): GIBACZPX
IBAN: CZ76 0800 0000 0000 5500 2222
Variable symbol = The application number – You will get it automatically in Information System (ISIS) after filling out Your application.
This fee will not be reimbursed under any circumstances.
4. Take admission tests or deliver your essay
- On-site entrance exam tests
Students who decide to sit tests will be invited on June 28, 2017 to pass the tests from high school mathematics and English language. Students must achieve at least 50% of total score in each test.Tests will be held simultaneously on June 28, 2017 at Auditorium RB 211 in Prague and at the Czech Embassy in Moscow. Students have to indicate desired venue of admission test in the on-line application.
Entrance exam examples
Based on the sent application and paid admission fee the invitation for a single-entry Schengen visa will be formalized (the invitation with the purpose to conduct entrance exams).
- Long-distance admission
Students who decide to pass admission procedure in a long-distance form must submit an essay on given economic topic at latest on June 10, 2017. Essay must be send by the e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The essay must be written in English and solely by the applicant without any assistance from others!
- Students must chose only one from bellow mentioned topics.
- The scope of an essay must be between 1200 and 2500 words.
- The applicant must strictly avoid any form of plagiarism including translations. If an essay or any part of it is copied or translated, the author of it will be excluded from the admission procedure.
- The essay should be saved in MS WORD format and send by e-mail to email@example.com at latest by June 10, 2017.
Available essay topics:
- Business plan executive summary. You may use your own idea what kind of business you would like to start-up in future.
- How to avoid crisis and collapse in the company.
- Introduction of a company I consider as interesting or I desire to work for. (reasons why)
- Analysis of any industry in any country upon your desire.
- Review of any book your read dedicated to any business topic.
5. Personal interview or skype interview
Part of the admission procedure is also a brief motivational interview not longer than 10 minutes.
- On-site entrance exam tests
Students who decide to sit tests will be interview straight after the tests on June 28, 2017.
- Long-distance admission
Students who decide to pass admission procedure in a long-distance form will be interviewed either via skype or they may attend face2face interview in Prague or in Moscow both on June 28, 2017.
6. Deliver your personal documents
By the exams students must present their original or notarized copy of their secondary school leaving certificate and Nostrification of this certificate. Those who decide to take the long-distance admission will deliver their documents till June 10, 2017.
Important: Successful candidates who graduated their secondary schools outside the Czech Republic or Slovakia must, before being enrolled into the programme, submit a Nostrification (recognition) of their previous secondary education, i.e. they must have their secondary school leaving certificate nostrified by Czech authorities.
In case student do not have their nostrification ready they are allowed to present it by the beginning of winter semester, i.e. before September 18, 2017 or exceptionally by the end of the first semester (i.e. by February 2018). By the law, students without nostrification cannot be enrolled as full time students however they may attend all the classes as extraordinary students.
To ensure of translations of all required documents and / or the recognition of foreign school-leaving certificates You can directly contact our office firstname.lastname@example.org. We may also assist you with the nostrification process if needed.
7. Committee decision
On June 28, 2017: The results of entrance exams will be announced (personally, by e-mail or in the information system ISIS).
8. Reserve your place
Students who have been accepted and want to reserve their place must pay the tuition for the first academic year at latest by July 31, 2017.
Students, who meet all the admission requirements, i.e. passed the entrance exams, delivered all the required documents and paid the tuition for the first academic year will be immediately enrolled as full time students.
Those who require any documents for long-term study visa will be issued these documents straight after enrollment.