Admission Procedure

Step 1 - Online Application – deadlinesOnline application

  • Bachelor's and Master's Degree 2024/2025:
    until 30 September 2024
  • Doctoral Degree:
    until 31 May 2024 for the first entrance examination term (20 June 2024 or 25 June 2024)
    until 2 September 2024 for the second entrance examination term (19 September 2024)
  • Examen Rigorosum Proceedings:
    until 30 April 2024 for candidates applying for examinations to be held at the earliest in January 2025,
    until 30 September 2024 for candidates applying for examinations to be held at the earliest in September 2025.

Online application – it is possible to upload further required documents into the application (professional CV, motivation questionnaire, etc.).

Please note that upon completion of the online application, the form must be submitted to the system by clicking on the "Confirm" button. Other required documents, should it be the case, must be delivered to the following address:

Metropolitan University Prague
Dubečská 900/10
100 00 Praha 10
Czech Republic

Please remember that in addition to specific requirements, pertaining to the individual specialisations, all applicants are required to submit a certified copy of the relevant secondary school leaving certificate or university diploma or, as the case may be for graduates of foreign educational institutions, its official recognition, according to the application guidelines for the individual specialisations.

For further details regarding the application process, please contact the Student Services office.

Step 2 - Entrance Examination

Entrance exams are held in the form of an online test in English language, i.e.

  • for all Bachelor’s Degree study programmes in a full-time form of study,
  • for all Bachelor’s Degree study programmes conducted in English in the part-time form of study (Anglophone Studies),
  • for Master’s Degree programmes in full-time and part-time forms of study conducted in English.

Applicants may also prove their knowledge of English by providing the university with a legally attested (certified/notarised) copy of one of the following documents:
- internationally recognised certificate in English (e.g. TOEFL, IELTS, FCE, CAE, CPE) not older than two years
- English state language examination diploma
- certificate of a successfully completed secondary or university education instructed in English

Applicants for Bachelor’s Degree programmes in the part-time form of study conducted in Czech and to all Master’s degree programmes conducted in Czech are admitted without entrance examinations.

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 on 12 September 2024.

Entrance examination dates for Ph.D. study programmes:
20 June 2024 (Programmes: Media Studies (CZE) and Political Science (CZE/ENG)) a 25 June 2024 (Programmes: International Relations and European Studies (CZE/ENG)) – Applications may be submitted until 31 May 2024
19 September 2024 – Applications may be submitted until 2 September 2024
(evaluation of the required documents submitted by the applicant to MUP in the online application to study by the Examination Board, and entrance examination – cf. individual programmes)

The deadline for submission of applications for the Rigorosum Proceedings: 30 April, 30 September 2024
(evaluation of the Rigorosum Thesis proposal by the Examination Board – cf. individual programmes)

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.