Work during and after studies
Students duly enrolled in accredited study programmes in full-time mode, being holders of Czech long-term residence permit or visa, have free access to the Czech labour market and as such they can be gainfully active in the Czech Republic. Many students work and study at the same time. Having a part-time job or summer work is very common in the Czech Republic. There are working options for international students as well, just be prepared that the job offer may be limited since most jobs require fluency in the Czech language. However, many international companies are operating in big cities, and your ability to speak or understand various languages can be a plus.
Find more information at Study in the Czech Republic.
Benefits of student status
Students discounts with ISIC card
University students are entitled to a student card witch provides them with benefits - ISIC card. The card is used in the facilities of universities for payment of discounted meals, printing, access to classrooms and so on. ISIC card also provides many other benefits and discounts for students not only in the Czech Republic but all around the world.
Discount for transportation
Full-time students under the age of 26 are entitled to discounted transport fares and tickets with both public and private transport providers. They can get an almost 50% discount for Brno public transport ticket the so called "šalinkarta" from the South Moravian Region Integrated Public Transport System. Students can also get a 50% discount for transportation by trains and buses. Usually they have to prove student status by showing their ISIC card.
Full-time students up to 26 years are as well entitled to discounted social and health insurance and tax deductibles. Parents can also use a child tax deduction for their child if their child is a student up to 26 years old.
World Wi-Fi Network Eduroam
Our universities offer their students the possibility to connect to the Internet through the free Eduroam Wi-Fi network, which is accessible in all the university buildings and in various locations all over the world.
Access to online services
With their university Information system, students are able to acces online websites and services for their studies such as Scopus, Web of Science, CitacePRO and many more. Students can also use all the Microsoft Office tools for free.
Students of full-time study programmes have the possibility to participate in a various number of international mobility programmes which include Erasmus+, CEEPUS, Aktion and many more. Students can go for both study exchange and internship placements for the length up to 1 year.