Student's Guide

Key Data Sheet

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Prague Guide for International Students

PDF Prague Guide for International Students, 3.8 MB

ECTS Study Guide

https://is.vsfs.cz/ects/

Visa

These information are available on Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Czech Republic website. Please see here.
For 90 days stay you can apply at VisaPoint here.

Permanent Residency for Foreigners

International students graduated at any institution of higher education in the Czech Republic can apply for a permanent residency after 2,5 years. This comes out of the pilot project “Selection of the qualifies foreign workers”. Please find more information on: www.imigrace.cz/en

Accommodation

University of Finance and Administration does not have own dormitories for students. We can assist in finding the suitable accommodation. 

Mikoláš Aleš Dormitory (VŠÚP), Na Výšinách 2, Praha 7, 170 00
Phone: Ms. Miroslava Jelínková, +420 220 570 698; Mobil: +420 604 603 193
E-mail: kolej@vsup.cz
Web pages: www.vsup.cz (school/student dormitory/hostel)

Domyno Rezidence, Novodvorská 311, Praha 4, 142 00
Phone: reception 776 270 000
Web pages: www.rezidence.domyno.cz

Or you can search shared flats on: www.spolubydlici.cz (this web page has English version)

Medical Care

VŠFS does not have at its disposal any contractual medical care providing facility. VŠFS students are provided medical care on the same basis as any other citizen of the Czech Republic. Students of VŠFS can go to any students´ health centre, e.g. the Students´ Health Centre at no. 12, Spálená Street, 110 00 Prague 1 (phone number 224 949 035). This Students´ Health Centre, which has contracts with all insurance companies in the Czech Republic, provides preventive, diagnostic and curative care to all undergraduates.

Prague has several clinics providing health care for English-speaking clients that can provide a network of services from basic medical examination to accompanying a patient to the hospital. Please note, however, that these are usually commercial organizations that may charge a high fee. We recommend keeping the receipts for any payments so that you can apply for reimbursement from your home insurance company since such costs are not refundable within the Czech Republic. The institutions are as follows: (Please note this list is not exhaustive, other clinics may exist.)
 

Private Clinics with English-Language Services

  Address Phone Number
American Dental Associates Praha 1, V Celnici 4

+420 224 210 089
www.americandental.cz

GHC Clinic Czech Republic Praha 1, Krakovská 8 +420 222 211 170
+420222 211 175
www.ghc.cz
Medicover Clinic Lomnickeho 1705/5, 140 00 Praha 4 reception: +420 234 630 111
fax: +420 224 255 730
www.medicover.cz
Canadian Medical Centre Praha 6, Veleslavínská 1 +420-235 360 133
+420-724 300 301
http://cmc.praha.cz
Unicare, s.r.o. Praha 6, Na Dlouhém lánu 11

+420 235 356 553;

+420 608 103 050 (non stop)
www.unicare.cz

 

Computer Facilities

VŠFS is a young and modern institution, therefore its computer facilities are very good. Prague, Estonská street and Vltavská street and the Most branches have computer study rooms with free Internet too. In Kladno it is possible to use the Internet in the library.

Boarding

Students of VŠFS can go for meals to nearby restaurants or students´ canteens of other universities or educational establishments, except for the study centre in Most and Prague(Estonska building), which are offering catering facilities within the precincts of the University. In all the buildings of the University, there are vending machines where students can buy drinks, sandwiches, etc.