Tuition fees/ Scholarships

Application fee

This is an administrative fee that every applicant for a VŠE degree programme has to pay.

For all VŠE international degree programmes (programmes taught in other languages than Czech), it amounts to 50 EUR (1300 CZK).

Detailed instructions for payment: you will be able to see them in the e-application system once you have started your e-application.

The administration fee is non-refundable.


Tuition fee

The tuition fee is 3.600 EUR/academic year.

The tuition fee must be paid before the start of each academic year.

Bank Details

Bank account of the University of Economics, Prague, for ISM program tution fee payments:Bank: Česká spořitelna, a.s., Praha (Czech Savings Bank, Prague)

Street: Olbrachtova 1929/62
City: 140 00 Praha 4
Country: Czech Republic

Account Nr: 1828862/0800
Account Holder: University of Economics, Prague
IBAN: CZ92 0800 0000 0000 0182 8862


  • Variable Symbol: 400025 (This code is very important for recognition of the payment)
  • Note for receiver: 400025 + Last name + First name OF THE STUDENT (please do not write any other information)



For general information about scholarships available to international students wishing to study in the Czech Republic, please check the Study in the Czech Republic official website.

Please check also information about Visegrad Scholarship Programme.


Merit scholarship

VŠE students meeting the respective conditions are entitled to apply for merit scholarship.

To be awarded a merit-based scholarship, students must achieve a minimum of required credits during their first academic year and required GPA. Both required credits and the GPA change every year. In the academic year 2017/18 it is 60  ECTS and GPA maximum 1.5 .Application deadline once a year – middle of October. Only for students in the 2nd academic year of the master study program.
For more information please refer to VŠE Scholarship Regulations.

Find here the application form for merit scholarship (only in Czech language) + its translation.


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