LFUK-HK-spurovaj
Poslední změna: 09.10. 2019

Formal requirements necessary for the enrolment

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– passport size

Long-term residence permit

– does not apply to students from EU and EFTA countries

Secondary school education recognition

 

Each student studying at a university in the Czech Republic must have his/her

secondary school education recognized by the Czech Educational Office.


Proof of fulfillment of the above condition can be one of the following:
 

  1. Nostrification by the education department of recognition authority at any regional authority (Krajský úřad) in the Czech Republic. More information about this process available here
  2. The European Baccalaureate diploma (NOT an IB diploma which requires either option a) or d) - details here 
  3. Diploma issued by a secondary school accredited in Slovakia, Poland, Hungary or Slovenia
  4. Nostrification in terms of the admission procedure – processed by our faculty, more information here
 
  • ​IMPORTANT: each applicant, regardless of what condition from a) to d) they fulfil, has to apply for secondary school education recognition during their on-line registration in the university system. Find below an instruction manual on the application process.

     Nostrification Application Manual

 

  • PLEASE NOTE: Those who wish to have their certificates recognised by the Faculty will be charged 810,- CZK and asked to pay immediately by card. No other mode of transaction is possible. Those who fulfil one of the conditions a) to c) will not be charged. 

 
Each student has to provide us with the following documents:
  • Secondary school certificate/diploma
  • Certificate of the final examination results
  • Study reports from last two years of study
  • Confirmation that the acquired education entitles the student to study at higher education institution (university) in the given country – can be included in any of the above documents
  • Confirmation (issued by a higher authority than the school itself) that the school is accredited (lawfully authorised) to provide secondary education as per the law of the particular country – can be included in any of the above documents


Students that receive their final certificate after 1st October have to arrange for the school to send to Study Department the following in a sealed envelope:

  • An official letter from their secondary school confirming the completion of the secondary school education
  • Certificate of the final examination results
  • Confirmation that the acquired education entitles the student to study at higher education institution (university) in the given country – can be included in any of the above documents

The rest of the required documents (Study reports from last two years of study, Confirmation (issued by a higher authority than the school itself) that the school is accredited (lawfully authorised) to provide secondary education as per the law of the particular country) can be sent by the student providing that the documents meet the formal requirements stated below.

 
All of the above mentioned documents have to be validated (officially verified) by a lawyer, solicitor or notary public and must contain apostille or super-legalization clause. Apostille is sufficient for countries listed here: http://www.apostille.org.uk/apostille-countries Documents issued in countries not included in the list require super-legalization (verification by locally competent Czech Embassy).

The documents have to reach our Study Department the latest 3 weeks before enrolment into study.
 
PLEASE NOTE that all documents have to be officially translated into English or Czech language!