Study in the Czech RepublicThe Czech Republic as a tourist destination is a very enjoyable experience, but what is even better is when you go there to study. There are 70 different schools that you can choose from and more than a thousand different degree programs (Bachelors, Masters, and Ph.D.) that you can select. As an international student, we understand that you worry about being the only foreigner in a different country, but not to worry more than 40,000 foreign students are pursuing higher education in the Czech Republic. The country is one of the biggest pillars of university education in Europe and has maintained its standards for centuries. Charles University in Prague is the oldest university in central Europe at almost 700 years old. You can enjoy all that the country has to offer as a visitor and you can even delve into more details as a student at any of its prestigious universities. One fascinating educational mainstay of the country is in its magnificent libraries, one of which is the National Library, which stands as one of the communal centers for learning, research, and culture. If you decide to come to study in the Czech Republic, please come in the spring semester and enjoy the brilliant weather and amazing atmosphere. Typically, universities in Europe open for Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer semesters in an academic year, and the same is obtainable here. Science, Technology, Research, Arts, and Literature are some of the main subject areas of higher institutions in the country, however, there are thousands of other field areas that are equally as important, Czech schools continuously update their quality and standards to meet with the times. Life as a student is also rewarding while in the country and way after you graduate. With an international degree that is acceptable anywhere in the world, there are many reasons why the country is a perfect study abroad destination. Living in the country is also not as expensive as it is in many of its European counterparts, the cost of living is very favorable and there are many ways to support your education if finance is a determining factor for you. Study costs vary from one university to the other but typically go around €350 to €750 per month, and you can apply for a scholarship and many other grants. Studying in the Czech Republic also gives you the chance to enjoy exchange programs like ERASMUS.