Costs that cover the stay in the Czech Republic are considerably lower than in other west European countries. Expenses that cover the accommodation, food and public transportation are about 350 to 750 USD per month. Of course, everything relies upon the scholar’s lifestyle and on what amount he or she truly wishes to spend. The costs can likewise differ extensively relying upon where you are staying.
Generally speaking, the Czech Republic is not a really costly country. Notwithstanding, in Prague specifically, costs are high. You can pretty much always figure out how to eat affordably, however for the accommodation, you ought to expect high costs. The hotels are costly, contrasted with the living standard of the populace. They have comparative costs to those of Western Europe. In pubs or so called pivnice or hospoda, a goulash meal will require something like 5 Euros. It is not strange for the meal of the day to cost around 4 Euros. You can rely on a food plan of 12 Euros (300 CZK) for every day as a minimum.
Food and beverages – food is mostly less expensive to purchase in markets than in little shops. Shops are usually open 8 am – 6 pm Monday to Friday. On Saturday, standard opening hours are from 8 am to 12 am however progressively more shops continue to be open for more hours, seven days a week. Different little shops and markets stay open late during the evening. For the most part little shops are shut on Sundays, however bigger stores and markets are normally open for certain part of the day. To get an idea of expense, milk takes something like 20 CZK per liter; a bread price is about 25 CZK, and margarine about 30 CZK. Moreover, scholars are advised to get an International Student Identity Card (ISIC) that gives rebates to concerts, museums, cinemas, restaurants and the like.
Accommodation – the least demanding alternative is to stay in a student dormitory. It is good to reserve a spot while applying. These residences are not extremely costly, about 80 Euros for every month for a room. An alternate choice is to rent a flat in downtown. The costs, however depend on the area, but still remain moderately low. In this manner, for a little studio, it can require something like 200 Euros.
Educational costs – determined by law, high education at state and public colleges is completely free for members of all nations, with the accompanying exemptions: expenses for administration of admission proceedings, expenses for study in a foreign language, expenses for the study of an extra program and expenses for extending the duration of study that exceeds a set limit. Private colleges and universities can set their own particular charges. The educational cost charges vary from 2.000 to 15.000 USD.