Applications for the academic year 2024/2025 are made through the online form

Admission process:

1. Choose your study programme

2. Complete the online application form

3. Be ready for a short online or personal interview

4. Get the visa & recognition of your previous education

After receiving your application, we will contact you to set up a date for an online interview. The interview is there to discuss your motivation and expectation and to answer all your questions.  

The admission decision is made in writing within 30 days from the verification of the conditions for admission.

As soon as the admission decision is made, we will provide you with the acceptance letter / letter of admission and the study agreement.

Depending on your nationality you may need to apply for a visa or residence permit to enter the Czech Republic at the Embassy of the Czech Republic in country of your origin. You should start your visa application process as soon as you have received the official letter of admission, especially if you are a non-EU citizen, as the whole procedure requires some paperwork and can take up to 60 days. You can find detailed information on this process here

As soon as you come to the Czech Republic, you will have to have your previous completed study recognized by the Czech recognition authority. The process of recognition of secondary/ higher (not university) education is called "nostrifikace" in Czech language. The period given by law for processing the request for the recognition of secondary education is 30 days. In difficult and complex cases, the period can be extended to 60 days. If an examination is required by the Czech recognition authority, the process can take up to 3 or 4 months.

Do you need help with your visa or recognition of secondary education? Or do you have any question regarding the admission process? We are here to help you! Just call us or email us

Important dates

- Start of the academic year 2024/2025: September 2024

- Start of classes: October 2024


Tuition is 3900 EUR per academic year.

English requirements

All applicants for admission to a programme offered by Ambis.University must demonstrate competence in English at a standard equivalent to British Council English Language Testing Service (IELTS) test at an aggregated grade of 6.0 or above.

International Student Office

Visa Information

Depending on your nationality you may or may not need visa to enter the country. Long-term visa and residence permits processing is under the authority of Czech Embassies abroad and the Czech Ministry of the Interior.

Students coming from EU/EEA and Switzerland

Students coming to the Czech republic from EU, EEA countries and from Switzerland do not need visa to enter. You only have a reporting duty that you intent to stay longer than 30 days. More information to be found here.

Students coming from countries outside of the EU

Students coming from countries outside of the EU need to apply for visa at the local Embassy or consulate. All valid and up-to-date information are to be provided by the embassy, consulate or Czech Ministry of Interior. Just make sure you start the process in advance, it may take up to 60 days to complete the administrative process. 

More information can be found here.