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Advisory to Indian Students in the Czech Republic

List of Czech Universities with their e-mail ids

  1. Academy of Performing Arts in Prague doc. Jan Hančil

  1. University of South Bohemia Prof. RN Dr. Libor Grubhoffer, CSc

  1. Masaryk University Doc. Ph Dr. Mikuláš Bek, Ph.D.

  1. Mendel University Brno Prof.RN Dr. Ladislav Havel, CSc.

  1. University of Ostrava Prof. RN Dr. Jiří Močkoř, DrSc.

  1. University of Hradec Králové Prof. RN Dr. Josef Hynek, MBA, Ph.D

  1. Charles University, Prague Prof. MU Dr. Tomáš Zima, DrSc.

  1. Palacký University Olomouc Prof. Mgr. Jaroslav Miller, Ph.D.

  1. University of Pardubice Prof. Ing. Miroslav Ludwig, CSc.

  1. Tomas Baťa University in Zlín Prof. Ing. Petr Sáha, CSc.

  1. Univerzita Jana Evangelisty Purkyně Prof. RNDr. René Wokoun,

  1. University of Economics, Prague Prof. Ing. Hana Machková, CSc.

  1. University of West Bohemia, Pilsen Doc. Paed. Dr. Ilona Mauritzová, Ph.D.

  1. Academy of Fine Arts in Prague MgA Tomáš Vaněk.

  1. Czech University of Life Sciences Prague Prof. Ing. Jiří Balík, CSc.

  1. Czech Technical University in Prague Prof. Ing. Petr Konvalinka, CSc.

  1. Janáček Academy of Music, Brno Prof. Ing. MgA Ivo Medek, Ph.D.

  1. Silezian University Opava Prof. PhDr. Rudolf �áček, Dr.

  1. Technical University Liberec Prof. Dr. Ing. Zdeněk Kůs

  2. University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Brno Prof. MUDr. Ing. Pavel Suchý, CSc

  3. Technical University of Ostrava Prof. Ing. Ivo Vondrák, CSc.

  Link of website providing the list of universities is also provided below

(2) Indian Community Association link/contact detail

   Name of the Association:   BHARAT SANGH

   President :                                 SUMIT MALHOTRA

   E-mail ID                           

(3) Name & Contact details of  the Officer in the Embassy handling student related matters

Name :                                        Shri Prabir Kumar Das, Attache(Consular)

E-mail ID :                         

(4) Travel advisory for students      There is’nt any

(5)Other important links                     


Annexure 1

Advisory to Indian Students for visa in in the Czech Republic

                Indian students enrolled in the Czech universities have been facing several problems in extension of their visa for long. In order to address these problems, the Embassy of India, Prague recently held a meeting with the Czech Ministry of Interior. The Czech Interior Ministry has made arrangements to facilitate the visa extension and Indian students can note and follow these guidelines:

  • Interior Ministry has opened a Student Visa Centre at Hladkov 682/9, Prague 6, 169 00. The office exclusively deals with Foreign students. Indian students applying for extension of visa can visit this centre after making an appointment with the concerned official at Tel. No: 974 820 680

  • For renewal of long-term residence permit for the first time, students should submit their application in person after making appointment 3 months in advance from the expiry date of visa. However, according to local laws, the applications period, which starts 3 months before the expiry of visa, ends 14 days before the expiry of visa and applications cannot be submitted thereafter.

  • After making an appointment at the office, the students need to take following documents:

  1. Duly filled application form with the copy of the passport

  2. Confirmation letter from University/ College

  3. Accommodation confirmation

  4. Proof of financial support (bank statement)

  5. Health insurance

  • Students visiting this office do not need any interpreter as the staff can easily communicate in English

  • After submission of application, extension of visa takes 2/3 weeks

  • Indian students must note that the extension of long-term visa is done by the Ministry of Interior and not by the Foreign Police.

Indian students can use this facility for extension of their visa in the Czech Republic. Embassy of India, Prague would welcome their feedback which they can send to