Prague College operates a rolling admission policy. This means that when you apply, the great news is you don’t have to wait for weeks or months to find out if you’ve been accepted onto your chosen programme.
We accept applications for the upcoming semesters throughout the year and have a number of Admission Rounds with associated benefits and deadlines to help you plan your application and have the best chance of acceptance.
The deadlines are different depending on whether you need to have a visa to study at Prague College or not.
In all cases, the earlier you submit your application to study, the more benefits there are for you.
As our class sizes and groups are small and generally fill up early, we encourage you to submit it as early as possible. In addition, if you do need a visa to study it is always good to have more time to go through the visa application process.
During this time we are offering more flexibility around our admission deadlines.
If you require a visa to study with us and wish to start classes in February 2021, please get in touch with our admissions team via email@example.com. They can tell you more about our Digital Campus, what the current situation is with long term visa applications in your country and discuss if it is possible for you to start your programme with us in February.
If you meet the admission requirements when you apply, and successfully pass the final interview, then if there is a space available on your chosen programme, you will be made an offer to study with us and accepted onto the programme.
Your place is confirmed as soon as you make a deposit payment on your first semester tuition fees. To guarantee the benefits listed in the admission round you are applying in, you need to confirm your place by the deadline stated.
Didn’t make it in time to claim the benefits above? Not to worry. There may be places still open in the programme for the upcoming semester.
Just speak to one of our Admissions Specialists by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org and see what the options are.