Admission Procedure

Step 1 - Online ApplicationOnline application

Step 2 - Entrance Examination

Entrance examination dates for Bachelor's and Master's Degree study programmes

Exemption from entrance examination in English

Applicants who are holders of a certificate in English language at level B2 or higher (recognised internationally or by the Czech Republic), not older than 2 years, may apply for exemption from entrance examination. These certificates usually include the Cambridge English Certificate, IELTS, TOEIC, TOEFL, City & Guilds Pitman Qualifications, LanguageCert International ESOL, English state language examination etc. The complete list of the recognised certificates is governed by the “List of Standardised Examinations” issued by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports on 3 September 2019, ref. no. MSMT- 24156/2019 (published at:

Entrance examinations are held in Strašnice building:

  • 3 June 2020
  • 24 June 2020
  • 5 August 2020
  • 7 September 2020
  • 23 September 2020
  • 6 October 2020

Entrance examination dates for Ph.D. study programmes

  • 12 June 2020

The deadline for submission of applications for the Rigorosum Proceedings

  • 30 April 2020

Entrance examinations

Full-time form of study

  • Bachelor's Degree study programmes in English: English language test, motivation interview in English
  • Bachelor's Degree study programmes in Czech: test in one foreign language (English, German, French, or Spanish) - cf. individual specialisations*
  • Master's Degree study programmes in English: English language test, motivation interview in English
  • Master's Degree study programmes in Czech: entrance examinations are not required*

Part-time form of study

  • Entrance examinations in Czech study programmes are not required; in the Anglophone Studies study programme the entrance examination takes place in the extent and on the dates stipulated for the full-time form of study.*

Ph.D. study programmes

  • cf. individual specialisations*

Rigorosum Proceedings

  • evaluation of the proposed Rigorosum Thesis by an expert committee - cf. individual specialisations*

* Applicants who are foreign nationals and who are not native Czech (or, as the case may be, Slovak) speakers, who are applying for either full-time or part-time form of study of any specialisation that is taught in Czech, must prove their language proficiency in the Czech language (with the exception of Slovak citizens and applicants who graduated high-school or university in Czech).

Applicants applying for the School without Barriers programme will take part in entrance examinations for full-time form of study; subsequently, they will go through the motivation interview

Step 3 - Payment of Tuition Fees, Contract, Enrolment, Matriculation

Applicants who receive a decision of admission to MUP will be required to pay the tuition fees for the first academic year and sign the Study Contract. Prior to the commencement of the academic year, an official enrolment (registration) will take place; during the enrolment, new students will receive relevant information about organisation of study and take the matriculation pledge.