For full information about the students' visa application please see the website of the Ministry of Interior of the Czech Republic or contact the Embassy of the Czech Republic in your country.
EU citizens (or citizens of Schengen Area) do not need a visa or a permit to study in the Czech Republic. They only need a valid passport or another equivalent ID.
Non EU-citizens who wish to study or work in the Czech Republic are required to have the long-term residence visa or the long-term residence permit before arriving in the Czech Republic.
The applicant must register an appointment with the local Embassy of the Czech Republic in order to submit the application. At some Embassies, the appointments are registered via the Internet registration system VISAPOINT (change the language in the top right hand side corner). Read more about registration.
From 1 May 2017 applicants from India also need to apply via the visapoint:
The application procedure for obtaining a visa for study purposes can take up to 60 days. Please read the information below carefully and start your application procedure immediately after receiving documents from our university.
The Czech embassy will let you know about people qualified to help with Czech translations. In the area of New Delhi you can contact Ms Swati Yadav - email@example.com
If you plan to travel in the Schengen area, make sure you apply for the type of visa which allows it.
If you know when you are planning to go to apply for visa at the Czech Embassy and you inform the International office via email - firstname.lastname@example.org in advance (at least 3 weeks before) about your full name, country where you are applying, programme you are applying for, TUL faculty and the date of your embassy appointment, we will share the information with our Ministry of Interior, which might speed the process up.