We know that applying for a visa can be very stressful so we are happy to help you as much as possible. The visa application process varies depending on your nationality and destination. Good news – if you are an EU citizen, you do not need a visa to study in the Czech Republic.
If you’re an international student who requires a visa to study in the Czech Republic, the process can sometimes take up to 180 days, so please bear this in mind and apply to PSCC as early as possible to ensure you’re able to start with us at the beginning of the academic year.
We’ll help you to apply for a visa once you are accepted for one of our study programmes. Once your tuition payment is received and your place at PSCC is confirmed, we provide you with documents necessary for a successful visa application. If you are already in the Czech Republic and have a valid visa or permit, you should be able to start your studies without having to re-apply for another visa.
We are here to help you with the documents required but you’ll also need to make sure you are able to gather the other documents you need from your home country. Please, make sure you have the relevant funds in your bank account when you apply. All documents must be translated into Czech language.
Visas and Nostrification
Your visa and nostrification are the only formalities that stand in between you joining us and having a great time! We understand that the process can be a tricky one, that’s why we are here to support you. Please feel free to reach out to our email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to guide you in the right direction!
Useful information for visa
Information regarding the visa process can be accessed through this link:
Ministry of Interior of the Czech Republic.
Visa application form
Please note: visa processing time can take up to 3 months. Students may begin the application process after receiving their original acceptance documents.
Nostrification guide and application form
What we assist
We are able to provide students with original acceptance documents through the postal service after receiving the signed study contract and tuition payment. We are also able to advise about suitable accommodation.
Please note: we are unable to make visa appointments on behalf of the student. This is to be done by the student and arranged independently. Queries regarding visa processing must be sent directly to the Ministry of Interior or your local Czech embassy.